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Old 11-30-2006, 07:20 PM   #1
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your opinion of Hanger 9 FS1

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What is your opinion between Hanger 9 FS1 vs Realflight G3
Iwant it for basic training fo Heli , perferably electic

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Old 11-30-2006, 08:40 PM   #2
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If your looking for a good sim for Heli training, go with G3. It's got a great physics engine that is the closest thing to reality you'll get without spending hours adjusting the parameters of the model. FSone has great graphics and a great user interface with tons of bells and whistles however I find G3 to be much more realistic.
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I haven't seen FS One, but I own both RealFlight 3.5 and Reflex XTR. Of the two, Reflex is more realistic for helis, but I do find the realism varies in both products depending on the model selected.

Both products can be scaled down (details, etc.) to work on less powerful computers, but Reflex will work on more (requires less performance).

As long as you've got a PC that's up to the task, you can't go wrong with either. I use both regularly for heli training. I fly a Trex 450SE and a Raptor 50 in the real world.
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