FSX Grumman Mallard G-73AT

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Complete with Base Model
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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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88.43 MB
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FSX Only Grumman Mallard G-73AT v1.1 (There is also an FS9 specific version available) by Milton Shupe, Nigel Richards, Rachael Whiteford, Rui Cristina, William Ellis, Roman Stoviak Turboprop package including custom model, panel and gauges, custom sounds, custom Flight Model, and 4 liveries. Includes missing Tripacer missing gauge.

Mallard in flight.​INSTALLATION

  1. Open the aircraft folder and copy the MallardTPX folder to your FSX/Airplanes folder.
  2. Open the effects folder and copy the effects to your FSX/Effects folder.

Some of the Controls to know about are:

  1. The slash key (spoiler key in FS9) hides/unhides the pilot yoke, OR the simicon "YK" on the lower left panel.
  2. The forward hatch is opened using shift+e, then 2, OR Click the indicator light on the lower console.
  3. Shutting down the battery power on the ground hides the pilots
  4. The Parking Brake (cntrl period) activates the anti-squat tail support and unhides the stairs
  5. The passenger door key sequence opens the door and moves the stairs in position.
  6. To start the engines, simply click one time on the engine's start switch and wait until engine ignites. If the start procedure is failing, ensure you have the Condition Lever in Low Idle (just forward of the fuel cutoff position), and Props are full forward, and Throttle at Idle.
  7. Water rudders are provided to help with water maneuvers. (This aircraft did not have a water rudder.) In FS9, I use shift+W to activate; in FSX, cntrl+W, OR select the Water Rudder indicator on the lower console.
  8. There is a First Aid kit (Cigar box) left of the pilot's seat. Use Tailhook command to open.

All other FS commands function normally.

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The archive maltpx.zip has 19 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
ckpt1.jpg07.04.16189.28 kB
ckpt2.jpg07.04.16216.65 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ07.25.16345 B
FILE_ID.txt07.25.16353 B
Install.iit07.25.1675.36 kB
INSTALLATION-FSX.txt07.25.16699 B
maltpx.exe07.25.1687.59 MB
Oly3.jpg07.05.16245.70 kB
Operations Controls.txt07.17.161.21 kB
PA1.jpg05.30.16146.81 kB
pas1.jpg07.04.1693.75 kB
PP.jpg07.21.1686.93 kB
Team Members.txt07.21.16762 B
Thumbs.db07.24.1625.50 kB
USE and DISTRIBUTION.txt07.21.16698 B
WCA.jpg07.20.1657.40 kB
maltpx07.25.160 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Manuel PeralesSun, 23 Feb 2020 00:14:17 GMT

A very good detailed work. Daniel, try to install it again, and then look at your main FSX Steam directory. If you see a folder called "aircraft" open it, and cut the folder inside and past it into Simobject/Aircraft directory. Good flight

Daniel OswaldSat, 11 Jan 2020 01:40:39 GMT

G73T looks very good, but could not get it installed into FSX Steam, tried many times.

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