AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
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  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
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  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
  • AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
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The Robin DR400 is an aircraft that will be familiar to many pilots as it is one of the most used trainers. Conceived in the early 70’s by Pierre Robin and Jean Délémontez. It flew for the first time in 1972 and at least 1300 were build. In any sense of the word it is a successful aircraft. The wooden structure and the characteristic ’cranked wing’ make it seem an older aircraft then is actually was actually rather modern and highly efficient. It’s light and the fabric covered wings and fuselage have low drag compared to a metal aircraft with hundreds of rivets. It’s also easy to fly at any speed so flight schools loved it. It can pull gliders, carry 4 persons and has proven to be very reliable.

In FSX and Prepar3D it is an ideal aircraft for beginners as you can cruise around without much hassle. But experts will like the very advanced flight characteristics that are truly highly accurate. In some of the models they are so accurate that even they idiosyncrasy of an older aircraft are included. For example the D-EVEM model that is flown by the main developer has a rather serious tendency to turn left. On most models this is countered by a trim tab but it was not on this model till very recent. So this is one model that is not easy to fly without rudder pedals. Some other models in this product are better balanced and easier to fly. But it shows how detailed the actual aircrafts are modelled.

Feature list:

  • Engine failure due to overreving or high Oil temperature
  • Realistic engine priming through throttle “pumping” for cold starts
  • Enhanced propeller animation
  • Realistic RPMs during flight envelope including magneto tests and carb heat
  • Custom fuel pump
  • Aersoft Sound Control for special sound effects
  • Checklist with panel state selector
  • Special developed landing lights that light up objects
  • Cockpit shake effect on startup and stall
  • Airframe shaking on startup and shutdown.
  • Instruments needles react on vibrations and aero dynamical influences.
  • Two GPS versions – One version with color and one in monochrome – both backlighted Free positioning (monochrome not in Vista)
  • Setup page for selection of what to show on the GPS map.
  • Accepts FSX flight plans when loaded from the FSX flight plan menu page.
  • Direct-To function.
  • NRST station Airport, VOR, NDB and fixes can be selected for Direct-To`s.
  • Cursor mode where you can select any position on the map as a Direct-To.
  • HSI page showing ground track, flight plan leg bearing and cross track deviation.
  • Bendix King KX 125 TSO Com/Nav radio featuring:
    • Direct tune
    • 50/25 Khz step selector for Com frequency
    • CDI mode VOR/LOC
    • Auto-to mode
    • NAV Bearing mode
    • NAV Radial mode
  • Becker Transponder
  • KR 85 TSO ADF radio
  • Compass that really floats in fluid
  • Advanced flight dynamics including realistic side slips and spins
  • Very accurate flight behavior
  • 7 paints
  • 3 different panels
  • 2 different flight characteristics
  • High quality sound set recorded in and from the real aircraft in flight and on the ground.
  • Automatic warning signs in the VC if the user sets up FSX wrong.
  • Extensive documentation, including original checklist and specially formatted checklists for smartphones.
  • Detailed model of a used plane
  • Light on framerate.
  • No online activation needed, does personalize the installed files.

Additional downloads:

PDF-Manual (English): >> View here <<
Original PDF-Manual of the Robin DR400 (D-EVEM) (German): >> View here <<

 

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Marc Claerhout
*Verified Product User*
2016-03-10 21:20:36
update of my review after finding A2A aircraft (my favorite) to eat precious framerates in prepar3Dv3:
the robin is easy on the framerates and the update seems to have improved handling.
all in all very pleasant, however, i cannot compare it to the real thing as i still didn't fly the real thing.
framerates are hit hard by ever more demanding scenery like france vfr outstanding paris -ile de france scenery.
that is where this model comes in handy. the A2A aircraft make it impossible to fly on good framerate, (never mind one of the best benchmark graphic cards available)
David Rogers
2013-03-14 16:45:40
This is an absolutely FANTASTIC addon for FSX and P3D! .... Beautiful visuals, textures and rendering, awesome HQ audio, wonderful flight dynamics. My favourite GA single engine aircraft ever released for FSX, and that includes RealAir and A2A products, because this one is as good, but also gives fantastic frame rates and smoothness. Just get it!
Marc Claerhout
*Verified Product User*
2013-02-20 23:04:45
generally pleasant to fly, but i hope some issues will be adressed in an update:
1: torque roll is exagerated - and - 2 : the controls are to sensitive . About the torque roll : i would expect it at high RPM's vs low speeds (e.g take off) , but not so much during cruise ( around 2300 rpm)
On a positive note the speeds seem to be correct, flap setting too
It has been a very long time since i was in a Robin, so i tend to compare it with other real aircraft.
I was keen to try but won't use it again, until seriously updated. in my mind to far away from a good simulation.
small g.a aircraft tend to be hard to simulate it seems!
DELIVERY METHOD
DIRECT DOWNLOAD
FILESIZE
133MB
REGISTRATION KEY
Registration key after purchase, see order details page in customer account
REQUIREMENTS
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator X (SP2, Acceleration Pack or Gold Edition) or Lockheed Martin Prepar3D
  • Windows XP, Windows VISTA, Windows 7, Windows 8 (all fully updated) (64 bit version highly recommended)
  • 3.0 GHz processor (Dual Core processor or equivalent system recommended)
  • 2 GB RAM (4 GB recommended)
  • 3D Graphics Card with minimal 512 MB (2 GB recommended)
  • Installations-Size: 650 MB
DEVELOPER
Joachim Schweigler
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AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
Marc Claerhout
update of my review after finding A2A aircraft (my favorite) to eat precious framerates in prepar3Dv3: th-
e robin is easy on the framerates and the update seems to have improved handling. all in all very pleasant, however, i cannot compare it to the real thing as i still didn't fly the real thing. framera-
tes are hit hard by ever more demanding scenery like france vfr outstanding paris -ile de france scenery. that is where this model comes in handy. the A2A aircraft make it impossible to fly on good framerate, (never mind one of the best benchmark graphic cards available)
AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
David Rogers
This is an absolutely FANTASTIC addon for FSX and P3D! .... Beautiful visuals, textures and rendering, awesome HQ audio, wonderful flight dynamics. My favourite GA single engine aircraft ever released for FSX, and that includes RealAir and A2A products, because this one is as good, but also gives fantastic frame rates and smoothness. Just get it!
AEROSOFT - ROBIN DR400 X (DOWNLOAD)
Marc Claerhout
generally pleasant to fly, but i hope some issues will be adressed in an update: 1: torque roll is exagerated - and - 2 : the controls are to sensitive . About the torque roll : i would expect it at high RPM's vs low speeds (e.g take off) , but not so much during cruise ( around 2300 rpm) On a positive note the speeds seem to be correct, flap setting too It has been a very long time since i was in a Robin, so i tend to compare it with other real aircraft. I was keen to try but won't use it again, until seriously updated. in my mind to far away from a good simulation. sm-
all g.a aircraft tend to be hard to simulate it seems!
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