HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

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Re: HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

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Glad you got it Mike, she's fun and quirky for sure.

As to rules, they are merely guidelines in most cases...lol.
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Re: HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

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Has anyone managed to operate it as AI?
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Re: HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

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GHD wrote:
31 May 2020, 16:37
Has anyone managed to operate it as AI?
Plays quite nicely George

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Re: HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

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Hmm, for me, it pulls to the left on take-off and never returns in an IFR circuit :(
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Re: HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

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GHD wrote:
31 May 2020, 22:22
Hmm, for me, it pulls to the left on take-off and never returns in an IFR circuit :(
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Re: HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

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Airspeed wrote:
01 Jun 2020, 03:09
GHD wrote:
31 May 2020, 22:22
Hmm, for me, it pulls to the left on take-off and never returns in an IFR circuit :(
George,
I notice that your signature is showing "Image" instead of an image. Have you moved it?
No, I've lost it :dunno:
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Re: HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

Post by Nigel H-J »

Aww c'mon chaps, Paul and I had asked if any-one would kindly post pictures of the cockpit but so far all we have had are external shots.

Don't have FSX installed so cannot install the a/c.


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Re: HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

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Nigel H-J wrote:
01 Jun 2020, 12:05
Aww c'mon chaps, Paul and I had asked if any-one would kindly post pictures of the cockpit but so far all we have had are external shots.

Don't have FSX installed so cannot install the a/c.


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Here you go, Nigel,
This is the Boscombe Down model, don't know if the others are different.
Haven't flown it myself yet, as I'm putting a second hand floating floor in the computer room, and my flying controls are elsewhere at present.

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Re: HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

Post by Nigel H-J »

Thanks Mike, they have certainly done a good job there though sadly the yoke differs from the one in the Beverley.

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Re: HU! Fsx Blackburn Beverley

Post by JohnD »

Works very well in P3D v5. Flown it a few times, yes it does pull to the left a bit, is that normal on the real one? Its easily corrected though.
Great fun flyer.

Is there a paint kit for it?

Thanks Tako

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