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RC Flight Sim Software

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hemigod, Jul 10, 2008.

  1. Hemigod


    Jan 12, 2008
    So all these RC photos of planes and heli's got my interest in Radio Control sparked up again :smile:

    Here is great Radio Controlled Flight Simulator for the PC.
    I am thinking of getting the full package that includes the Futaba Interlink controller as well.

  2. jafo


    Jun 11, 2008
    Chatsworth, CA
    How much is the package with the controller? I don't see prices on their site, and it looks like you can only buy at local hobby stores.
  3. Look around and read reviews. Realflight has a following, but it isn't the most realistic out there. Phoenix has a good following and a great reputation, and they've had a lot of updates over the years. Reflex-XTR is supposedly really good for helicopters but I've never flown it.
  4. RealFlight RC Simulator


    I have only experience with G3.5, but for anyone getting into RC airplanes, it's an excellent aid in addition to having an instructor on buddy box.

    RC Universe has a whole section dedicated to flight simulators. One of the members had done extensive research as to what's available in the marketplace : http://www.emptynestgames.com/rc_sim_chart.html
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  5. WELLLLLLLL you guys have it sooooooooooooo easy these days:biggrin:
    "BACK IN MY DAY" it was crash burn and learn. :frown:

    It was often a month or so between lessons:smile:, and you never heard, "can I fly you plane"

    A simulator and a HD TV sounds like a great combination.
  6. Connahhh


    Oct 27, 2007
    I fly a lot of handlaunch (in real life) and soon moving to discus. I have the realflight simulator and really like it. The soaring needs a fair bit of fine tuning and I'm not a huge fan of it. It's hard to fly and you lose the plane easily. But for learning with heli's or slope soaring, it's a ton of fun. Worth it for sure.
  7. SteveC


    Jun 13, 2008
    I can vouch for Aerofly, it's what I use to brush up on skills before bringing a new bit of foam or balsa out into the real world. Looks fantastic, has quite a few choices of planes and works just fine with my Futaba TX.
  8. jafo


    Jun 11, 2008
    Chatsworth, CA
    Great... Now I have to download two demos. I'm not into R/C at all, but think this would be more fun than normal flight simulators (which I've owned over the years). Thanks for the info.
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