Thursday, December 22, 2011

Aerosoft Rockwell OV-10 Bronco for FSX Released

Aerosoft has released the long awaited Rockwell OV-10 Bronco for FSX. Available at Aerosoft and SimMarket.

- Some of the best 3D modelling ever done for FSX, using the latest tools and insights
- Highly realistic modeled Garret T-76 (Honeywell TPE331) engines (we think this is the best representation of turboprops in FS so far
- Realistic start-up sequence with propeller start-latches and engine instrument readouts
- Realistic in-air restarts possible (normally not possible in FSX)
- Custom propeller animations
- Hot and hung starts (clearing engine after a hung start possible)
- Engine failures due to over torque or overheat
- Engine flameouts due to icing when not using continuous ignition
- Working fire extinguishers
- Electrical system fully custom coded with electrical load calculated for every consumer
- All aircraft lights are dependent on correct electrical setup
- Gauge needles vibrate due to uneven ground and aircraft vibrations
- Airspeed gauge needle vibrates close to stall speed
- Lots of animations like oil cooler doors, Ram door, canopy, windscreen wiper etc.
- Smoke effects for engine fire, hung engine and smoke generator on left engine
- Fully working TACAN radio and additional modern COM2 radio
- Fully functional Becker BXP 6401 transponder
- Custom developed GPS with, map mode, direct to mode, cursor mode, nearest station mode, HSI mode
- Unique Checklist Gauge with the option to let the checklist do the required actions
- Engineer station gauge to visualize the electrical system state
- Hundreds of nonstandard sounds, you will even hear the airframe groan when it is under G-load
- Created with the great support of the OV-10 Bronco Association, German Wing
- Highly realistic flight mechanics (several test flights were done in the real aircraft to verify the simulated model). 
  Even includes realistic stalls, spins and the dreaded Dutch roll behavior
- Highly optimized for the best possible frame rate. Most gauges are in the modeldef.xml and there is only one VC section defined
- Aerosoft Launcher optional, no online registration necessary

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