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One I'm looking forward to...

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I loved Ant's Tiger Moth in FSX. Folk seemed to have made conversions of the FSX model work in MSFS but they haven't worked for me, sadly, so I'm really looking forward to seeing a remade version in MSFS.

Now it seems it might be on its way.....

https://msfsaddons.com/2022/03/20/ants- ... -for-msfs/

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Definitely on my shopping list. He's going to remake his CAC Winjeel too.

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I have my fingers crossed anti-spin strakes will be an option!
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Airtrooper wrote:
24 Apr 2022, 21:44
I have my fingers crossed anti-spin strakes will be an option!
They didn't work for me though in real life as spinning was taught back in the 50's......
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Looks very nice indeed, I’ve been following it over on FSD.
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I am looking forward to this also. Previously Ant made two versions for FSX/P3D, a fairly recent very polished PRO one and a more basic freeware one for FSX that had been out for some time. While I have both when I want to fly a moth I go for the older one, its just a little simpler and it works perfectly in P3D and it has that little GPS I can turn on if you need it. I just like the simpler older model, but in all probably it will at least as complex as the current PRO model.
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