ROLAND LABORIE - CL415 MSFS

CL415 MSFS

ROLAND LABORIE
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 (MSFS2020 Full Model)

Tanker plane CL-415 New generation is an amphibious plane designed for firefighting forest fires.

Features:

- Operational water gauges and system of the water tanks filling.
- The numeric "/" keyboard button or an assigned joystick button
  or an assigned throttle button can be used directly to drop water.
- Classic exterior model.
- Radar exterior model.
- 12 High Resolution Liveries.
- France(2)
- Italia.
- Spain.
- Greece.
- Canada.(2)
- Malaysia.
- Portugal.
- German.(fiction)
- USA.
- switzerland (fiction)
- Fully Animated VC and exterior model.
- 3D modeled gauges.
- Hud-PFD-MFD-FMC-Autopilot.
- Water effect,engine smoke.

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS
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Michael
*Verified Product User*
09/03/2022
Hrm. I thought long and hard about it before buying this. Not sure i should have.

Okay, let's see, this machine does have some good points going for her:

-It's a really cool idea for an aircraft. Something that's relatively big and complex, but not quite an airliner. Strictly utilitarian, almost with a military feel, but not quite that, either. It's unique and interesting.

-The modeling is quite nicely done. The exterior model is decent, while the cockpit genuinely looks like a nice place to be.

-She does indeed scoop and drop water as you might expect, and while her belly's full, she does feel a bit sluggish, as she should.



However, there's a lot of niggles with this one that sour the whole experience, at least at the time of writing.

-While the cockpit -looks- good, there's a fair few switches that don't work, some that don't have tooltips and weirdly, some inconsistencies with how switches are animated. There also seem to be a handful of bugs when it comes to switches lighting up and such. The HSI/compass on the central pillar is also just wrong, an i can't see a way to calibrate/adjust it.

-The sounds have me scratching my head. They don't have enough of that turboprop "bass", yet the cockpit is fairly loud with some kind of airy "fhrrrr" sound that i suppose might be caused by the prop blades? I'm not a turboprop expert, maybe that sound's supposed to be there, but i've not encountered it in anything else.

-The elevator trim axis works upside down in this. I've got a trim wheel with my setup, and it's bound properly to work with most aircraft. The only ones where it's upside down is this one and that one little ultralight flying inflatable boat. The latter gets away with it because it technically doesn't even -have- trim tabs. However, the CL415 really ought to have the elevator trim axis the right way around.

-The documentation is rudimentary, which isn't -all- that bad since it's not exactly study-level, but there are some things about it, like the unusual navigation and autopilot systems that could do with a bit of explanation.

-The price, the price and once more, the price. This bird, with all it's missing functions feels like an unpolished stock Asobo aircraft. Yet it's priced in the same range as say, the Kodiak 100, the Twin Otter and the HondaJet. That just doesn't feel right.

With all that said, i really, really want to like it. I hope this sees some updates because a plane as unique and interesting as this deserves better. I wouldn't even mind the price too much if it at least felt polished, and had some better sounds.
Ryan
*Verified Product User*
08/04/2022
Initial review after 1 flight.

Overall, modeling seems excellent. Flight characteristics do seem to change when loaded vs unloaded. The emergency water dump could use some refinement as to where it can be clicked on. I didn't see any water drop effects, however, I may need to do further reading. Some of the camera views are also very odd, but that doesn't take away from how fun it is to fly. I'm guessing it feels ridiculously powerful, because it is.


Well worth the price, and I hope that perhaps there can be some integration into perhaps Hype's mission editor.
jacques
*Verified Product User*
08/03/2022
CL 415 .Avion certainement issu de FSX. Intéressant , sauf pour le son moteur qui ne correspond pasà la réalité (Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100). Voir DHC 7 ou 8 et ATR.
Une mise à jour du fichier Sound serai la bienvenue pour une bonne immersion sonore.
Cordialement
merci
Jacques
Demouge
*Verified Product User*
07/27/2022
En at de mise a jour tres belle avion (prévoir le mapage du largage d'eau)
agréable en vol et a l'écopage
le son des moteures son bon
Joe
*Verified Product User*
07/03/2022
Great airplane! The one thing I don't like is the water drop effect. There is a great mod on flightsim.to that makes it better. Aside from that its a great plane!
Colten
*Verified Product User*
06/16/2022
Looks amazing!! A supplemental manual, controls breakdown, or addition to the checklist of proper water loading and dropping procedures would make this a 5-star aircraft, as the cockpit has a lot going on, and some of the switches aren't labeled.
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FILESIZE
1.1 GB
NOTES
This product features our simInstaller technology and is available after purchase via our APP only.
REQUIREMENTS

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020

LANGUAGE
English
DEVELOPER
Roland laborie
Customer Reviews
ROLAND LABORIE - CL415 MSFS
Michael
Hrm. I thought long and hard about it before buying this. Not sure i should have. Okay, let's see, this machine does have some good points going for her: -It's a really cool idea for an aircraft. Something that's relatively big and complex, but not quite an airliner. Strictly utilitarian, almost with a military feel, but not quite that, either. It's unique and interesting. -
-The modeling is quite nicely done. The exterior model is decent, while the cockpit genuinely looks like a nice place to be. -She does indeed scoop and drop water as you might expect, and while her belly's full, she does feel a bit sluggish, as she should. -
However, there's a lot of niggles with this one that sour the whole experience, at least at the time of writing. -Wh-
ile the cockpit -looks- good, there's a fair few switches that don't work, some that don't have tooltips and weirdly, some inconsistencies with how switches are animated. There also seem to be a handful of bugs when it comes to switches lighting up and such. The HSI/compass on the central pillar is also just wrong, an i can't see a way to calibrate/adjus-
t it. -The sounds have me scratching my head. They don't have enough of that turboprop "bass", yet the cockpit is fairly loud with some kind of airy "fhrrrr" sound that i suppose might be caused by the prop blades? I'm not a turboprop expert, maybe that sound's supposed to be there, but i've not encountered it in anything else. -The elevator trim axis works upside down in this. I've got a trim wheel with my setup, and it's bound properly to work with most aircraft. The only ones where it's upside down is this one and that one little ultralight flying inflatable boat. The latter gets away with it because it technically doesn't even -have- trim tabs. However, the CL415 really ought to have the elevator trim axis the right way around. -The documentation is rudimentary, which isn't -all- that bad since it's not exactly study-level, but there are some things about it, like the unusual navigation and autopilot systems that could do with a bit of explanation. -
-The price, the price and once more, the price. This bird, with all it's missing functions feels like an unpolished stock Asobo aircraft. Yet it's priced in the same range as say, the Kodiak 100, the Twin Otter and the HondaJet. That just doesn't feel right. With all that said, i really, really want to like it. I hope this sees some updates because a plane as unique and interesting as this deserves better. I wouldn't even mind the price too much if it at least felt polished, and had some better sounds.
ROLAND LABORIE - CL415 MSFS
Ryan
Initial review after 1 flight. Overall, modeling seems excellent. Flight characteristics do seem to change when loaded vs unloaded. The emergency water dump could use some refinement as to where it can be clicked on. I didn't see any water drop effects, however, I may need to do further reading. Some of the camera views are also very odd, but that doesn't take away from how fun it is to fly. I'm guessing it feels ridiculously powerful, because it is. Well worth the price, and I hope that perhaps there can be some integration into perhaps Hype's mission editor.
ROLAND LABORIE - CL415 MSFS
Joe
Great airplane! The one thing I don't like is the water drop effect. There is a great mod on flightsim.to that makes it better. Aside from that its a great plane!
ROLAND LABORIE - CL415 MSFS
Colten
Looks amazing!! A supplemental manual, controls breakdown, or addition to the checklist of proper water loading and dropping procedures would make this a 5-star aircraft, as the cockpit has a lot going on, and some of the switches aren't labeled.
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