|12-31-2008, 08:01 AM||#1|
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I am: Moose
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Hanover. Ont.
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LOOKING for a sim
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Does any one have a 3.5 or higher for sale for under 100$?? Is the 3.5, any good?
Saugeen RC flyers field has moved to a bigger/better place!
There is alot of money in the RC industry, I know because I put alot there!!
|12-31-2008, 10:37 AM||#2|
I am: Wes Quist
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Kelowna B.C
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Re: LOOKING for a sim
I have had g3.5 since it became avaliable. Its a great LEARNING tool. It has a few Photo fields that make the experience better. The planes and helis fly quite realistic. IMO the Multiplayer sucks.
I don't know what your flight experience is but if you get one, don't treat it like a Video game. A decent sim of any brand is a Learning tool. One can gain some very sloppy habits if treated wrong.
Start with a trainer sim plane, (the same if it was in real life) Don't go straight for the Yak or extra 300. Get that basic's down pat.
You won't regret the 3.5, I like mine.
GP Extra 300
H9 Pulse 40
(Tired) Nexstar .40
More trucks and cars I know what to do with.
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