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i was realy hoping i could get a limo for my 9 year old who would love to use the simulater to dive a limo. it is a dream for him. i don't care who does i was thinking a longer limo sort of like this;
thanks please contact me anybody who is willing to make my son very happy. ( by the way not have to be exactly as picture, i want the creator to have some fun with it to thanks
Realflight is only made for Air vehicles. You are better off getting a driving sim.
If you would rather use Realflight I will try making one, but I am not too good at modeling.;)

P.S. is it okay if I post it for version 6.5? I don't have G5 or G4.
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step 1: Buy Junior an Xbox 360 or Play Station 3.

step 2: Buy Junior a copy of Grand Theft Auto Five.

step 3: Enjoy.

Maj. Numbskully

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Beside the fact that even IF someone modeled a 310
you would still not be able to use any of the posted 310 AV's

Both stock and custom RF AV's are model Specific
meaning they will ONLY work with THE parent model they were edited or derived from
and as such could not ,would not .definitely will not
work with the 310 in the Ex. Pack

But whoa buddy you are missing out
the 310 flies totally ........................

Nah .... I'ma just a funn'in ya
I don't know how it flies..........I don't own that pack either:p
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310 - I love my 310

That is a totally awesome aircraft. I have the TopFlight with twin OS46s on the wings. It flys scale and it is a really kick butt plane.

You really should buy the expansion pack... come on bud, they are not that expensive.


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Can anyone make an Ultra Sport 60 taildragger I am building a US 60 with a Saito FA-91 and I would love to get a feel for it on the sim before I take it up. With that 91 4 stoke and a 12x6x10 prop should be a sky missle. Im running Futaba 3152s servos and a Expert 680 retract servo with Great Planes .60 sizes 90 degree mechanical retracts. Also my model has been sheeted 3/32 balsa on the undersides of the wings with typical cap strips on the top. Gives the plane a bit more weight but with the .91 im not too worried about weight as long as it stays under 11lbs for the landing gear. Also Im using a S-FHSS Futaba RG2006GS reciever so reciever weight is minute. My CS is ultracote pearl charcoal and orange. Lotts of Razorback color schemes at my field so I feel I must show the hog planes that the pokes are here to stay.
(Freindly Rivalry when you live on the Ar/Ok border.)
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Flyzone Corsair

I would love to have the Flyzone Select Scale F4U Corsair added. I tried to modify the top flight but failed miserably. I have one of these but I won't take it out until i've flown it in the simulator.


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I would love to have the Flyzone Select Scale F4U Corsair added. I tried to modify the top flight but failed miserably. I have one of these but I won't take it out until i've flown it in the simulator.
Have you checked swap pages yet?


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I want a Spirit Airlines Airbus A319 Jet made. Hope this is enough info: Airlines Fact Sheet.pdf

The A319 is a shortened, minimum-change version of the A320. Also known as the A320M-7, it is 3.73 metres (12 ft 3 in) shorter than the A320; four frames fore of the wing and three frames aft of the wing were removed. This allows the number of emergency exits to be reduced to six. With virtually the same fuel capacity as the A320-200, and fewer passengers, the range with 124 passengers in a two-class configuration extends to 6,650 km (3,590 nmi), or 6,850 km (3,700 nmi) with the "Sharklets". Four propulsion options available on the A319 are the 23,040-pound-force (102.5 kN) V2522-A5 and 24,800-pound-force (110 kN) V2527M-A5 from IAE, or the 22,000-pound-force (98 kN) CFM56-5B/A and 27,000-pound-force (120 kN) CFM56-5B7. Although identical to those of the A320, these engines are derated because of the A319's lower MTOW.

The A319 was developed at the request of Steven Udvar-Hazy, the former president and CEO of ILFC according to The New York Times.[117] The A319's launch customer, in fact, was ILFC, which had placed an order for 6 A319s by 1993. Anticipating further orders by Swissair and Alitalia, Airbus decided to launch the programme on 10 June 1993. Final assembly of the first A319 began on 23 March 1995.

Three suppliers provide turbofan engines for the A320 series: CFM International with their CFM56, International Aero Engines, offering the V2500 and Pratt & Whitney whose PW6000 engines are only available for the A318 variant.


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Are you still taking aircraft requests?

Are you still taking aircraft requests?
I've got a homemade plane we call the UFO that I'd like added to G4.5 to use with my other planes.
If so, I'll create the drawings and take some photos so it can be built.

This planes is really amazing to fly.
It's tough as nails and has great 3D abilities.

I personally quit flying because of members in the club I was president of.
I haven't flown in 4 years, but got on my G4.5 and flew a few planes (I prefer 3D flight), but was a little shaky to begin with.
After 3-4 times with my G4.5, I'm ready to start flying agian.

My heli skills will take a little longer to "get back", because I like 3D...

Thanks Knife Edge for these GREAT products!!

And thank forum community for all your help!
Special thanks to Maj. Numbskully...



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Venus II size 60 with .91 O.S.

Looking for the Venus II 60 plane. Didn't see it in a search. There was a Venus Giant but it didn't work.


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Venus II size 60 with .91 O.S.

Looking for a Venus II plane program. I can't find the Venus II anywhere on the site.