thepilot
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FS 2004 762ER Question

Sun Jan 29, 2006 8:55 am

Hey,
I have been downloading models from the internet for FS 04, and have had pretty good sucess. However, I am trying to get a good, accurate 767-200ER, and haven't had any luck. All the planes seem to have their center of gravity all the way forward, and they tend to not be like the real 762. Has anyone had similar problems? Can anyone help me? Thanks.
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Amy
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RE: FS 2004 762ER Question

Sun Jan 29, 2006 12:15 pm

The best one in terms of the outside model in my opinion is the porject opensky 767-200ER available here.

In terms of flight dynamics it appears to be good to me, but I am no master of the subject.
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thepilot
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RE: FS 2004 762ER Question

Sun Jan 29, 2006 2:11 pm

Thanks, Ms. Amy! Great website!
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jetflyer
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RE: FS 2004 762ER Question

Mon Jan 30, 2006 12:30 am

Only problem is that it's a little bit underpowered. The engine thrust is set at 50,000lbs static thrust per engine, on the real 767-200ER it should be 57,900lbs or there abouts since the CF-6-80 engines are modelled. If you really really want a realistic 767, the Level-D 767-300ER is recommended, but then you have to pay for that kind of quality.

[Edited 2006-01-29 16:31:38]
 
Qantas744er
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RE: FS 2004 762ER Question

Mon Jan 30, 2006 4:56 am

Well if you dont mind i can send you a updated arcraft file i made for the B767-200ER i updated both engine types just tell me when you need it ok? the plane will handly perfectly then  Smile

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