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A good and easy 757 to fly??

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Michael Thomas (SteveT) Chief Captain

Hi,

Does anyone know of a really good 757 to use in FS2004? Can you include a link beczuse with others that I have had a have had no luck - there is always a bad thing about it.

It should be quite easy to fly.

Thank You,

SteveT

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

What livery would you like?

😉

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Michael Thomas (SteveT) Chief Captain

Any really - BA?

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain
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Michael Thomas (SteveT) Chief Captain

Thanks, - I will try it out! 😉

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Jon Van Duyn (JVD) Captain

99jolegg wrote:

Here you go:

Hehe, this sounds like a fast food restraunt.

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Tailhook Chief Captain

SteveT wrote:

It should be quite easy to fly...

I doubt that the POSKYs will fit the criterion.

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earthqu8kes Captain

POSKY's are 757's r kinda confusing to install. 😕

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hinch Chief Captain

hard to install, how so?

i did have a posky 757, i deleted it after trying so many times to land well i gave up. the thing just kept drifting to the side no matter what, hard rudder, a little bank. nothing. this is at several airports at different times, so it's not crosswinds. it's ugly anyway :p

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Tailhook Chief Captain

hinch wrote:

hard to install, how so?

i did have a posky 757, i deleted it after trying so many times to land well i gave up. the thing just kept drifting to the side no matter what, hard rudder, a little bank. nothing. this is at several airports at different times, so it's not crosswinds. it's ugly anyway :p

Ugly? Now, now Sir... beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.

The POSKYs are pretty complex for free ware a/c. Sadly, many enthusiasts get disheartened by that. Depending on the re-painter or anyone else who has added files and compiled a package, any originally easy-to-install a/c can become a daunting task for those who rely mainly on self-installers. Maybe earthqu8kes was unlucky enough to have picked one that had been repackaged several times.

The 'drifting to the side' you mention I've never experienced...strange.
I've read many complaints about the handling of the POSKYs and I find the best place to visit to solve all those problems are still the POSKY forums.

Undoubtedly you know that already 😉 but I thought I mention it for the benefit of others who're not even aware that POSKY have their own web-site.

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