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MILVIZ - NORTH AMERICAN F-86 SABRE FSX P3D
MILVIZ - NORTH AMERICAN F-86 SABRE FSX P3D
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Countering the MiG-15

Produced by North American Aviation, the Sabre is best known as the United States' first swept wing fighter which could counter the similarly-winged Soviet MiG-15 in high-speed dogfights over the skies of the Korean War (1950-53).

Considered one of the best and most important fighter aircraft in that war, the F-86 is also rated highly in comparison with fighters of other eras. Although it was developed in the late 1940s and was outdated by the end of the '50s, the Sabre proved versatile and adaptable, and continued as a front-line fighter in numerous air forces until the last active operational examples were retired by the Bolivian Air Force in 1994.

Its success led to an extended production run of more than 7,800 aircraft between 1949 and 1956, in the United States, Japan and Italy. Variants were built in Canada and Australia. The Canadair Sabre added another 1,815 airframes, and the significantly redesigned CAC Sabre (sometimes known as the Avon Sabre or CAC CA-27), had a production run of 112. It was by far the most-produced Western jet fighter, with total production of all variants at 9,860 units.

Introducing the Milviz F-86F Sabre!

We are extremely pleased to introduce to you our rendition of the renowned F-86 Sabre!

As most F-86 enthusiasts will already know, there were many variations of this aircraft over the course of it's service career. In response to the challenges posed by the formidable MiG-15 during the Korean War, a constant stream of improvements were designed and implemented in an effort to acheive superiority.

We've decided give our full focus, talents, and effort to a single variation: the F-86F-30.

The F-86F itself was deemed the 'ultimate MiG killer' and was produced in large numbers, with some 2,540 airframes manufactured. The F-30 represented efforts to counter the high altitude turning radius of the Mig-15, with the famous '6-3' wing being introduced. A significant refinement, this modification deleted the leading edge slats and added a new solid leading edge with six inches more chord at the root near the fuselage and three inches more length at the wing tip. five inch high boundary layer "fence" rounded out the changes.

With a maximum operating ceiling of 52,000 feet, a top speed of 695 miles per hour, and the ability to finally out-maneuver it's primary foe, the F-86F-30 became the supreme day fighter of the world.

Precision & Perfection

Great care and attention has been given to all areas of this model. We've focused heavily on providing authentic flight dynamics that closely mimic the real aircraft, drawing on a wealth of pilot reports and available documentation. As well, we've also strived to closely match the systems of the F-86F30, and matched that with an extremely detailed model and exquisite high definition texturing.

While we've created an aircraft in which you can still 'jump in and fly', those willing to take the time to thoroughly study the provided manual will find a lot to benefit from, along with satisfaction of fully mastering one of the early complex fighter jets!

Highly Configurable

Our F-86F features a custom Aircraft Configuration Menu. Quite in-depth, this can be used to set detailed payload options, radio configurations and ground equipment visibility. Pilots will have to be mindful of how the aircraft is loaded, as adding or removing ordinance or fuel will have an effect on flight dynamics and handling characteristics!

Multi-Platform Support

The Milviz F-86 now supports a wide range of platforms, in single downloadable installer:

FSX: Acceleration
FSX: Steam Edition
Prepar3d v2
Prepar3d v3

18 Available Liveries

The installer includes 6 high definition liveries, including a true-to-life rendition of "The Huff", which was an F-86F-30 flown by Lt. James Thompson in the Korean War with the 51st Fighter Interceptor Wing, 39th Fighter Interceptor Squadron.

In addition, we're also making available an optional livery pack (now freely downloadable!), which includes 12 additional stunning, high definition liveries crafted for the F-86 by Gunnar von Meeren.

TacPack Edition Available

We are pleased to offer a separate edition of the F-86F-30 that includes TacPack integration for all platforms supported by the TacPack software.

With this edition, as well as an installation of the renowned TacPack software from Vertical Reality Simulations, the armament of the F-86F-30 becomes quite powerful. Experience the weapons of the F-86, from it's guns to HVAR rockets and MK117 bombs. The TacPack edition achieves close to full systems fidelity, with the exception of the automatic release mode for the bombs.

Vertical Reality Simulations' TacPack software offers stand-alone weapons and warfare platforms for both Flight Simulator X and Prepar3d. They are a payware product and are not included with your purchase from Milviz. An appropiate, platform specific version of the TacPack software is required for the above described functionality and integration in the F-86F-30.

Special Features:

  • Realistic flight dynamics by Bernt Stolle
  • Realistic startup and shutdowns
  • Realistic systems and avionics
  • Custom realistic night lighting, landing lights and custom effects.
  • 18 HD liveries created by Gunnar von Meeren
  • High quality sound set recorded from a real F-86
  • Selectable loadout options, affecting flight dynamics and performance
  • High quality external and internal models
  • Canopy opening will cause drag to help slow down quicker on the ground!
  • Highly detailed product manual included

Downloads

Manual Detailed product manual which covers both installation and operation.

Paint Kit High quality HD paint kit to create your own liveries

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TS Brady
2015-10-17 12:34:51
This is as close to the perfect aircraft that you will find. Everything looks, feels and sounds just right. The cockpit feels authentic, with a nice bit of weathering and wear. The reflections on the glass are subtle and just enough to make you feel that you’re inside something. Every knob and dial inside the cockpit has depth and looks real. Everything moves and has function - even the toe brakes depress. The handling of the plane is just sublime, with a lag between throttle input and engine response. There is a good sense of momentum and weight and you have to pay attention to energy management, but it feels true to the laws of physics.

And then there is the sound which just rounds everything off and blends perfectly with the motion of the aircraft and the pilot’s inputs. The jet whine changes pitch according to the throttle input and wind noise increases as you build speed with a rumble of the engine audible at full throttle. It just feels so damn real and gives perfect feedback to where you are in the flight envelope. You can almost fly this aircraft on sound alone without looking at the instruments, it is that good! The flyby sound is also fantastic, with that typical airshow feel to it. Even the manual, at about 30 pages, is clear and focused and I had no trouble getting the plane started according to the proper procedures and into the air in a very short time. It is full of banter and humour and you can sense that the developers had fun doing this aircraft.

The sense of immersion is total and the suspension of disbelief is total. I can just forever cruise around in this plane and feel it cutting through the air, with the wind whistling past the canopy and the jet engine rumbling in the background. When you look out over the wing, every rivet and decal is there in minute detail. This is one of those rare aircraft which will make you feel like you’re really there. Get it!
Conny Nordgren
*Verified Product User*
2013-10-19 19:10:06
Well I push the throttle slowly forward, looking at the rpm gauge, as its needle rotate to the target 100 %. Releasing brakes and off we go.
I feel the hart beats faster when the runway is moving with the increasing speed underneath.
At around 130 kts I gently ease back on the stick and raise the nose wheel just off the ground and a little moment later we are up in the air.
Gear up, flaps up, landing lights off and I push the nose down a little bit to let the speed grow
and now what a feeling it is each time after takeoff to relax a little bit and look around at the environment.
Where are we going? I try to recognize some landmarks, looking that the radio compass is having signal. Passing the NDB station and make a circle back to it. As soon as we pass the station I see the lake that I have picked up as a landmark and a little further away there is the next lake and there in the distance is the airport.
Descending to 2500 ft, rpm 75 %, airbrakes out and waiting for the speed to reduce to 185 kts.
Gear and flaps down. Now I have to raise the rpm to around 80-90 % to not slow down too much.
When passing the runway at roughly 1600 ft it’s time to begin a descending bank to the left at a sink rate of 500-750 ft/min. At the downwind leg I reduce bank for a moment and then start the initial turn to the base leg. Soon I see the runway and the glide path indicators. 4 white, OK a little bit to high but that’s better than to low.
On the final, slow down to 150 kts and engine rpm to 60-70 %.
Lower nose and at the threshold, throttle to idle and lift the nose as the runway grow wider.
Look at the airspeed, don’t let it drop under 130 kts before the flare.
At last pull back on the stick and let her gently touch the ground. Slowly I let the nose wheel come down to the ground.
Wow we made it. An awesome feeling every time you make it the right way, from the manual.

With this introduction you have already guessed that I really like this plane.
I have liked it very much ever since the free version was published by Section F8 for FS2004.
This new version from Milvitz has a lot better flying characteristics when starting and landing. You can feel the weight on a heavy plane like this.
I think that the original manual that comes with this version as free, is one of the very best manual ever. I bought it when I got the version from Section F8.
The manual from Milvitz is not the very best ever. It’s not on the top 100 list, but it has one advantage and that is that it has a description of a “Just tell me how to start it” which is a very good thing if you want to come up in the air quickly.

It has no autopilot and I don’t know why you should want to have such a thing in a plane like this? This is a plane for you who want to be a good pilot. When you learnt everything in the manual and all maneuvers that is recommended I think you maybe like a retired military trained pilot will be happy with a Boeing 737 with an autopilot so you can sit back and relax.

So do I recommend this F-86 Sabre? Yes I do sir!
Wilfredo Tour
*Verified Product User*
2013-05-28 00:57:20
I bought this military airplane to do what I do with military airplanes on FSX, which is: Get on it, fly around, land, and close flight simulator. I don't expect to have to sit trough a tutorial trying to learn how to start up the engines. I expect to, at the very least, have the Ctrl+E option. Unfortunately for me this airplane is too realistic. Many people like extreme realism and this model grants that, which I have nothing against. But this product does not appeal to the rest of the people that don't like extreme realism. I bought this product 5 months ago. I haven't flown it a single time.

To the developers I would like to say that this model seems to be an amazing airplane. They did a fantastic job making it. But the extreme realism has prevented me from enjoying it. I am aware of the "quick start up" procedures explained in the tutorial, but having to sit trough a tutorial right after buying a product which I bought out of a rush of desire to fly it, put me off completely. Perhaps if I learned at least the "quick start up" procedure, which at the time I bought it I did not have time to learn, I would have discovered how fantastic this airplane could have been. Until this day I don't feel like studding the tutorial to fly this airplane. Maybe some day I will do it and my rating and review will change.
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REQUIREMENTS
  • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7 (use in all other versions of Windows is unsupported)
  • Processor: 2.6 Ghz or higher
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX®9 compliant video card or greater, 1024 MB video RAM or higher
  • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
  • FSX Version: FSX:Acceleration or FSX:Steam Edition
  • P3Dv2 Version: Latest release, with all hotfixes.
  • P3Dv3 Version: Latest release, with all hotfixes.
DEVELOPER
Colin Pearson
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MILVIZ - NORTH AMERICAN F-86 SABRE FSX P3D
TS Brady
This is as close to the perfect aircraft that you will find. Everything looks, feels and sounds just right. The cockpit feels authentic, with a nice bit of weathering and wear. The reflections on the glass are subtle and just enough to make you feel that you’re inside something. Every knob and dial inside the cockpit has depth and looks real. Everything moves and has function - even the toe brakes depress. The handling of the plane is just sublime, with a lag between throttle input and engine response. There is a good sense of momentum and weight and you have to pay attention to energy management, but it feels true to the laws of physics. And then there is the sound which just rounds everything off and blends perfectly with the motion of the aircraft and the pilot’s inputs. The jet whine changes pitch according to the throttle input and wind noise increases as you build speed with a rumble of the engine audible at full throttle. It just feels so damn real and gives perfect feedback to where you are in the flight envelope. You can almost fly this aircraft on sound alone without looking at the instruments, it is that good! The flyby sound is also fantastic, with that typical airshow feel to it. Even the manual, at about 30 pages, is clear and focused and I had no trouble getting the plane started according to the proper procedures and into the air in a very short time. It is full of banter and humour and you can sense that the developers had fun doing this aircraft. The sense of immersion is total and the suspension of disbelief is total. I can just forever cruise around in this plane and feel it cutting through the air, with the wind whistling past the canopy and the jet engine rumbling in the background. When you look out over the wing, every rivet and decal is there in minute detail. This is one of those rare aircraft which will make you feel like you’re really there. Get it!
MILVIZ - NORTH AMERICAN F-86 SABRE FSX P3D
Conny Nordgren
Well I push the throttle slowly forward, looking at the rpm gauge, as its needle rotate to the target 100 %. Releasing brakes and off we go. I feel the hart beats faster when the runway is moving with the increasing speed underneath. At around 130 kts I gently ease back on the stick and raise the nose wheel just off the ground and a little moment later we are up in the air. Gear up, flaps up, landing lights off and I push the nose down a little bit to let the speed grow and now what a feeling it is each time after takeoff to relax a little bit and look around at the environment. W-
here are we going? I try to recognize some landmarks, looking that the radio compass is having signal. Passing the NDB station and make a circle back to it. As soon as we pass the station I see the lake that I have picked up as a landmark and a little further away there is the next lake and there in the distance is the airport. Desce-
nding to 2500 ft, rpm 75 %, airbrakes out and waiting for the speed to reduce to 185 kts. Gear and flaps down. Now I have to raise the rpm to around 80-90 % to not slow down too much. When passing the runway at roughly 1600 ft it’s time to begin a descending bank to the left at a sink rate of 500-750 ft/min. At the downwind leg I reduce bank for a moment and then start the initial turn to the base leg. Soon I see the runway and the glide path indicators. 4 white, OK a little bit to high but that’s better than to low. On the final, slow down to 150 kts and engine rpm to 60-70 %. Lower nose and at the threshold, throttle to idle and lift the nose as the runway grow wider. Look at the airspeed, don’t let it drop under 130 kts before the flare. At last pull back on the stick and let her gently touch the ground. Slowly I let the nose wheel come down to the ground. Wow we made it. An awesome feeling every time you make it the right way, from the manual. With this introduction you have already guessed that I really like this plane. I have liked it very much ever since the free version was published by Section F8 for FS2004. This new version from Milvitz has a lot better flying characteristics when starting and landing. You can feel the weight on a heavy plane like this. I think that the original manual that comes with this version as free, is one of the very best manual ever. I bought it when I got the version from Section F8. The manual from Milvitz is not the very best ever. It’s not on the top 100 list, but it has one advantage and that is that it has a description of a “Just tell me how to start it” which is a very good thing if you want to come up in the air quickly. It has no autopilot and I don’t know why you should want to have such a thing in a plane like this? This is a plane for you who want to be a good pilot. When you learnt everything in the manual and all maneuvers that is recommended I think you maybe like a retired military trained pilot will be happy with a Boeing 737 with an autopilot so you can sit back and relax. So do I recommend this F-86 Sabre? Yes I do sir!
MILVIZ - NORTH AMERICAN F-86 SABRE FSX P3D
Wilfredo Tour
I bought this military airplane to do what I do with military airplanes on FSX, which is: Get on it, fly around, land, and close flight simulator. I don't expect to have to sit trough a tutorial trying to learn how to start up the engines. I expect to, at the very least, have the Ctrl+E option. Unfortunately for me this airplane is too realistic. Many people like extreme realism and this model grants that, which I have nothing against. But this product does not appeal to the rest of the people that don't like extreme realism. I bought this product 5 months ago. I haven't flown it a single time. To the developers I would like to say that this model seems to be an amazing airplane. They did a fantastic job making it. But the extreme realism has prevented me from enjoying it. I am aware of the "quick start up" procedures explained in the tutorial, but having to sit trough a tutorial right after buying a product which I bought out of a rush of desire to fly it, put me off completely. Perhaps if I learned at least the "quick start up" procedure, which at the time I bought it I did not have time to learn, I would have discovered how fantastic this airplane could have been. Until this day I don't feel like studding the tutorial to fly this airplane. Maybe some day I will do it and my rating and review will change.
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