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ARX-5

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Ratman3 Trainee

Radar man can i get that cool little plane the ARX-5 plz Clapping

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Do you mean the 7th one down?
Funny, I don't remember that one.

http://www.simviation.com/fs_concept2.htm

Radar

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Ratman3 Trainee

does it work for 2004 Question

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RadarMan Chief Captain

It should, it's FSDS2 and that besides GMAX is a good design tool.
If it won't I'll look for another, but I doubt it since its a concept aircraft.
Let us know how you do with it.

Radar

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RadarMan Chief Captain

You wanted the ARX5 Coyote, I gave you the ARX5, here is the Coyote but below is the first I gave to you and it works.
Press "I"O"L" for effects.

Radar

One you wanted.

One I gave you the first time you asked. It is FASSSSSSST!!!!!!!!!
The ARX-5 (Concept 5) is a single seat aerobatic concept aircraft built around the 750hp Orenda V-8 aircraft engine. This FSDS2 model contains animations, reflections, and a full dynamic virutal cockpit. Although it is not a real aircraft it does have several real-world components such as the Sierra Flight Systems EFIS display, and the new Hartzell "scimitar" swept blade propeller.

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Ratman3 Trainee

i cant get the sparks to come off the wings

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RadarMan Chief Captain

I can't remember but the "sparks" are activated by the "I" "O" "L" or "/" key. You may have to put the effects into the effects folder.
Below are the directions from the designer:

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INSTALLATION:
Once you move the main folder Arx-5x to the aircraft subfolder of FS2002, you will need to look inside and find the effects folder, move the three effects *.fx to the MAIN effects folder of FS2002. Once this is done, repeat the same method for the *.gau files found in the gauges subfolder of Arx-5x. Once this is done, the custom effects and gauges should both work properly.
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Radar

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