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Posky 744 And Default 744

Fri Apr 19, 2002 10:18 pm

Could anyone provide some input on the differences between the 744 that comes with FS2002 and the POSKY aircraft. They both look good, and I'm wondering if there are any differences besides availability of livery. Aside from that, what if someone downloaded a simple "repaint" of the default one and put it next to a POSKY one, would anyone notice the difference? POSKY does put out some good quality aircraft, but I'd like to get my money's worth from the 744 that FS2002 comes with instead of just leaving it there.


RE: Posky 744 And Default 744

Sat Apr 20, 2002 9:53 am

From where I see things, the POSKY 744 looks a bit bigger with more powerful engines. In all, it looks more majestic than the default 744. It appears to me that the default 744 is a bit on the short side, but I presume that the length is set to be 232 feet in the flight dynamics configuration. I think the POSKY 744's look more realistic than the default ones.
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RE: Posky 744 And Default 744

Sat Apr 20, 2002 2:44 pm

The POSKY version is a lot more detailed and has more realistic flight dynamics.
This means that is looks better but needs a higher-end PC to run with good performance and that it is harder to fly.
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RE: Posky 744 And Default 744

Sun Apr 21, 2002 2:07 pm

The MS 744 probably has 18 sided engines or something like that. While POSKYs has 64 sided engines and 48 sided fuselages. And POSKYs planes have realistic flight dynamics that actually feel like the real thing. So basically, POSKYs planes are more detailed and have realistic flying qualities.

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