Accu-Sim J-3 Cub FSX Screenshots

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Accu-Sim J-3 Cub FSX Screenshots

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MORE STARS and STRIPES SCREENSHOTS (Very Large)
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Re: A2A Piper J-3 Cub Official Screenshots

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Beautiful pics Scott!

Bought and downloading at this moment!

Thank you very much to all involved in the creation of this Cub.

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Beauties, Scott :D

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Well what can i say this cub is just a pleasure to fly well done Scott and everyone in a2a. That is why i buy a2a aircraft i am blown away.
Thank you guys for bringing such a gem to my sim. Cody will tell you i fly alot of payware aircraft but nothing like this or any a2a products.
Ialso recomend aircraft to friends and i can see at least 4 people i will recomend it to and yes they probably will buy it.
I hope this wins you awards cause you all deserve it!!
thank you
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p.s you can take a break now lol :mrgreen:
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Re: A2A Piper J-3 Cub Official Screenshots

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WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!!!! Job Very Well Done Scott and A2A Team!! The many long hours of development, testing etc., has really paid off. You once again raise the bar just that much higher!!

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It finished downloading. Firstly. 40 minutes for the Cub. Then 30 minutes for the Accu-Sim addon. While waiting for Accu-Sim to download, I installed and did a flight. I was impressed with its looks and handling. Beautiful!

Then I installed the Accu-Sim after it finished downloading. I've been flying it ever since then. What a huge and wonderful difference it makes. This is going to be my favourite addon for FSX until you bring out something even better (if that's at all possible).

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. It was well worth the wait and the price was unbelievably low. Give yourselves a pat on the back. You have well and truly earned it! :)

Oh well. I'm off to fly her some more!

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Re: A2A Piper J-3 Cub Official Screenshots

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Hello, just visiting from the BoBII forum to say that those are some of the loveliest screenshots of a flight sim plane I have ever seen! I love the details in the low angle of the third shot! :D

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Just stunning Scott, I sure am having fun flying this little beastie around Australia.

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Amazing Aircraft i love flying around Hawaii. Just the perfect plane to fly around there..

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My apologies in advance, if I shouldn't post these here. This is a J3 screenshot thread but there appear to be nothing but official screens here. So I hope I'm not stepping on anyone's toes by posting these here, too. If I am, please remove them. That being said...


I got a chance to spend some quality time in the J3 Float this morning off Oahu:


Cutting across Kaena Point on the island's northwest corner:

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Lands end: Kaena Point itself:

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Following Farrington Highway down the western shore:

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With the shoreline below me, the ridgeline to Makua Keaau Forest Reserve towers above me:

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The Makaha Valley stretching into the mountains to the east with Makaha Beach directly below. That point of land roughly on a level with my pontoons jutting into the Pacific on the right holds the Maunalahilahi Botanical Gardens:
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Over Makaha:

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Over the water off Oahu's long eastern shore:

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Kuala Regional Park occupies the point of land behind my pontoons. Pearl Harbor lies beyond the long ridgeline to my right:

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Kahalulu and He'eia State Park share the coastline below me:

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Forward slipping to lose both altitude and airspeed quickly for the landing. Although my nose is pointing frame right, my line of flight is slightly toward frame left:

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It's easy to identify a slip. Notice the crossed control surfaces:

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Still slipping in:

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Straightened out just before touchdown:

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Safely down:

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I love the bobbing effect you get in the J3 Float:

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Engine shutdown:

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Hope I haven't overdone it with these screens but I find the J3 to be a thoroughly enjoyable and exciting aircraft to fly. I love its responsiveness in spins, slips, and turns and the true sense of flight it provides. It's very easy to suspend disbelief and start thinking that you're in the real deal. :) My hat's off to the folks at A2A.


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Wow, that first one looked almost real, where can I get that scenery at?
Any landing is a good landing if no one is hurt and you havnt damaged anything.


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An Australianisation of the BEST repaint ever - original by "Maloney"

(Re: earlier pics: OZx Scenery available Free by searching for OZx)
I think I put in a link ages ago but it was removed.
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Great screenies 8)

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markwlee wrote:Image

An Australianisation of the BEST repaint ever - original by "Maloney"

Mark,

Have you made rthis available anywhere..I couldn't find it over at Ozx?


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