As a long time fan of A2A and accu-sim products, could some of the folks who've purchased and flown the P-40 give their impressions on how it compares to other single seaters A2A has published? That is to say, is there enough new there to make the experience unique?
Let me put it this way, I have (and love) the Captain Sim C-130 and once I'm flying that I'm reluctant to try Just Flight's Viscount or DC-6 because, as interesting as those planes are, I don't think the actual siming experience is likely to be all that different. The Real Air Duke is quite a treat, but once you're flying that, what other GA aircraft give you a new or more challenging experience?
Accu-sim as a concept brings a lot more to do and think about, especially in terms of engine management and flying A2A's planes is more immersive experience for sure, but if I've got the P-47 and the Spitfire, it there enough there there to fly the P-40? The Spit does look a lot better in the cockpit than the P-47, but aside from this, what does the P-40 have that the others don't?
Someone convince me to open my wallet, or, wait, convince my wife I should open my wallet and dive into the P-40.
The A-2-A p-40 is one of the most realistic sim aircraft available today....This is only compaired to the other A-2-A planes, and it is just as hands on as the real thing....
Buy this plane you will not be sorry....The sounds, like the sound of the wind when the canopy is open( only thing needed is a few fans around you on while flying, and sights you get plus the realism in flight plus the hands on controls. This is a must have aircraft.