Carenado Releases PA-28-181 Archer II For FS2004

Carenado has released the FS2004 version of the previously released FSX PA28-181 Archer II. This product is not an upgrade from our previous is a completely new development with many new liveries. The product has superior textures and the 3D model has an excellent relationship between polygons and details, soft curves and excellent FPS allowing a smooth performance.

Three models are included: with and without fairings and a mix of both. Four different paints are included plus a blank texture, all with maximum details and realistic textures.

Carenado PA-28-181 Archer II in FS2004

Carenado PA-28-181 Archer II in FS2004

Now includes original HQ digital stereo sounds (44100 hz) recorded from the original aircraft, a new feature of Carenado.

GPS 295 installed in the cockpit - Includes: Interactive virtual cockpit - Full moving parts: Ailerons, elevators, rudders, flaps, rolling wheels and trim tab - Animated sections such as: doors, sun visor, copilot seat and vibrating antenna

Lights: Navigation lights, beacons, landing lights - IFR certification - Transparent windows - 3D modeled pilot and cockpit area

Many details as: pitot, antennas, chocks, pitot cover, baggage area - Custom VC panel and gauges

This model doesn't have a 2D panel - Realistic light effects on gauges - Nightlight effects on panel - Built-in zoom gauges - Separate switches for instruments lights and dome light - Toggle yoke at VC - Full checklist and reference text about the procedures - Realistic performance - Real behavior compared to the real airplane - Real weight and balance - Pilot, copilot and passenger views.

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Ian Stephens

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