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  1. We are happy to provide brand new native, 64-bit Prepar3D Version 4 Accu-Sim airplanes to existing A2A Prepar3D Version 3 customers starting on the day of P3Dv4 release, May 30th, 2017. On the May 30th release date, customers who purchased the Accu-Sim Prepar3D C172 trainer from A2A will be able to visit our store (www.a2asimulations.com/store) and download the new 64-bit version of our Accu-Sim C172 Trainer for Prepar3Dv4. More versions of our existing fleet of Prepar3D aircraft will be released in the following days, including the Piper “Cherokee,” C182 “Skylane,” Piper “Comanche 250,” North American T-6 “Texan,” and the Lockheed Martin “Constellation.” As new A2A Prepar3Dv4 aircraft are released, they will also be sent to our other distribution partners. Lastly, we are very pleased with the performance and overall results of the new native Prepar3D v4 system. A lot of effort has been put into these new 64-bit Prepar3Dv4 Accu-Sim aircraft, and we are pleased to offer these upgrades complimentary to our existing customers. Lockheed Martin Prepar3D Version 4 press release: http://www.prepar3d.com/latest-news/ http://a2asimulations.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=59749
  2. Scott - A2A Post subject: The Accu-Sim Connie is in beta Posted: Tue Sep 13, 2016 3:38 pm A2A General Joined: Wed Feb 11, 2004 12:55 pmPosts: 14089Location: USA It's been in beta for a bit now and so far, testing has been going well. We just finished creating new inertia starters and fuel delivery system, which means starting these four brutish Wright 3350 radials is quite an experience. This is one of the early aircraft which makes it one of the rarest as well. It has dual speed superchargers, not unlike the one found in the P-51 Mustang. The engine sound system is an all new approach for us making for a deep and dynamic audio experience, which is something we've wanted for a long time. Many of the systems are hydraulically operated instead of electric and the flight modeling has been inspired from our recent Accu-Sim FM techniques. We're pretty far along but still have a good bit of work to do. As usual, the manual will be a big weight in the final hours, but it's no different than previous projects in this regard. Here's a screenshot just today after doing some adjustments to the supercharger outputs and returning on final. This airplane looks amazing in every configuration and every angle: Scott. _________________ A2A Simulations Inc.
  3. Looks like TSL will have quite the fleet of Connies soon!!! A2A P-40 Warhawk B377 Stratocruiser B377 Stratocruiser C172 Trainer C172 Trainer C182 Skylane (P3D) Academic C182 Skylane (P3D) Academic C182 Skylane (P3D) Academic C182 Skylane (P3D) Academic Commanche 250 Commanche 250 Commanche 250 Commanche 250 Commanche 250 J3 Piper Cub L049 Constellation L049 Constellation L049 Constellation L049 Constellation L049 Constellation L049 Constellation Spitfire FSX T6 Texan T6 Texan
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