TURBINE SOUND STUDIOS - PIPER CUB CONTINENTAL 65 SOUNDPACK FSX

PIPER CUB CONTINENTAL 65 SOUNDPACK FSX

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TURBINE SOUND STUDIOS - PIPER CUB CONTINENTAL65 SOUNDPACK FS2004

To make this happen the products must be purchased at the same time under the same order number! No Exceptions, No Refunds!

Turbine Sound Studios proudly presents the Piper Cub Continental 65 soundpack for FSX.

The Piper J-3 Cub is a small, simple, light aircraft that was built between 1937 and 1947 by Piper Aircraft.
With tandem (fore and aft) seating, it was intended for flight training but became one of the most popular and best-known light aircraft of all time.
The Cub's simplicity, affordability and popularity invokes comparisons to the Ford Model T automobile.
The aircraft's standard chrome yellow paint has come to be known as “Cub Yellow” or "Lock Haven Yellow".

General characteristics

Crew: one pilot
Capacity: one passenger
Length: 22 ft 5 in (6.83 m)
Wingspan: 35 ft 3 in (10.74 m)
Height: 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)
Wing area: 178.5 ft² (16.58 m²)
Empty weight: 765 lb (345 kg)
Useful load: 455 lb (205 kg)
Max takeoff weight: 1,220 lb (550 kg)
Powerplant: 1× Continental A-65-8 air-cooled flat four, 65 hp (48 kW) at 2,350 rpm

THIS PRODUCT ONLY WORKS 100% with FSX.

All enginesounds are recorded in TSS HD audioquality, then compiled to meet the FSX sound specification.
Turbine Sound Studios would like to give a very big thanks to Pilot Jacob Thomsen and all the crew behind OY-AFG, for making this possible!

Besides the real high quality recordings of the engines, this soundpack also includes fully adapted soundcones.

PLEASE NOTE : Sound quality can be reduced in the promotion video ( Video converting )

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Allan
12/07/2022
This is a well-crafted array of the sounds that the (very) old Continental 65hp engine - mounted in any number of very old airplanes from the era before or during World War II. That includes the old Piper J-3 Cub, of course, but also many Taylorcraft planes of the era, especially including the L-4 Grasshopper, which was manufactured more by Taylorcraft than by Piper, and the BC-12D, the side-by-side 2 passenger aircraft of the same period. For anybody who learned to fly on these very economical airplanes in the sixties or even seventies, the MSFS simulations of these old aircraft are far more evocative of the actual feel of these planes with the authentic sounds, than without. To feel that the Cessna 152 engine is close enough is to miss the whole experience - of Ceconite-covered wings, tenuous, unreliable engines with nowhere-nearly-enough power (that's why we called them "gutless wonders".

In the simulations of the J3 and the L4, they have the wire-stuck-in-a-cork-float fuel gauge, extending up through the hole drilled through the gas cap (about 6 inches in front of the canopy glass). Once you hear the sounds, you will understand what an iffy proposition is was to fly these old aircraft, and why all of us who did are very fortunate if we are alive still today.

Thanks, SimMarket, for putting these sounds together for us. It must have been fun!
Allan
12/07/2022
This is a well-crafted array of the sounds that the (very) old Continental 65hp engine - mounted in any number of very old airplanes from the era before or during World War II. That includes the old Piper J-3 Cub, of course, but also many Taylorcraft planes of the era, especially including the L-4 Grasshopper, which was manufactured more by Taylorcraft than by Piper, and the BC-12D, the side-by-side 2 passenger aircraft of the same period. For anybody who learned to fly on these very economical airplanes in the sixties or even seventies, the MSFS simulations of these old aircraft are far more evocative of the actual feel of these planes with the authentic sounds, than without. To feel that the Cessna 152 engine is close enough is to miss the whole experience - of Ceconite-covered wings, tenuous, unreliable engines with nowhere-nearly-enough power (that's why we called them "gutless wonders".

In the simulations of the J3 and the L4, they have the wire-stuck-in-a-cork-float fuel gauge, extending up through the hole drilled through the gas cap (about 6 inches in front of the canopy glass). Once you hear the sounds, you will understand what an iffy proposition is was to fly these old aircraft, and why all of us who did are very fortunate if we are alive still today.

Thanks, SimMarket, for putting these sounds together for us. It must have been fun!
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TURBINE SOUND STUDIOS - PIPER CUB CONTINENTAL 65 SOUNDPACK FSX
Allan
This is a well-crafted array of the sounds that the (very) old Continental 65hp engine - mounted in any number of very old airplanes from the era before or during World War II. That includes the old Piper J-3 Cub, of course, but also many Taylorcraft planes of the era, especially including the L-4 Grasshopper, which was manufactured more by Taylorcraft than by Piper, and the BC-12D, the side-by-side 2 passenger aircraft of the same period. For anybody who learned to fly on these very economical airplanes in the sixties or even seventies, the MSFS simulations of these old aircraft are far more evocative of the actual feel of these planes with the authentic sounds, than without. To feel that the Cessna 152 engine is close enough is to miss the whole experience - of Ceconite-covere-
d wings, tenuous, unreliable engines with nowhere-nearly--
enough power (that's why we called them "gutless wonders". In the simulations of the J3 and the L4, they have the wire-stuck-in-a-
-cork-float fuel gauge, extending up through the hole drilled through the gas cap (about 6 inches in front of the canopy glass). Once you hear the sounds, you will understand what an iffy proposition is was to fly these old aircraft, and why all of us who did are very fortunate if we are alive still today. Thank-
s, SimMarket, for putting these sounds together for us. It must have been fun!
TURBINE SOUND STUDIOS - PIPER CUB CONTINENTAL 65 SOUNDPACK FSX
Allan
This is a well-crafted array of the sounds that the (very) old Continental 65hp engine - mounted in any number of very old airplanes from the era before or during World War II. That includes the old Piper J-3 Cub, of course, but also many Taylorcraft planes of the era, especially including the L-4 Grasshopper, which was manufactured more by Taylorcraft than by Piper, and the BC-12D, the side-by-side 2 passenger aircraft of the same period. For anybody who learned to fly on these very economical airplanes in the sixties or even seventies, the MSFS simulations of these old aircraft are far more evocative of the actual feel of these planes with the authentic sounds, than without. To feel that the Cessna 152 engine is close enough is to miss the whole experience - of Ceconite-covere-
d wings, tenuous, unreliable engines with nowhere-nearly--
enough power (that's why we called them "gutless wonders". In the simulations of the J3 and the L4, they have the wire-stuck-in-a-
-cork-float fuel gauge, extending up through the hole drilled through the gas cap (about 6 inches in front of the canopy glass). Once you hear the sounds, you will understand what an iffy proposition is was to fly these old aircraft, and why all of us who did are very fortunate if we are alive still today. Thank-
s, SimMarket, for putting these sounds together for us. It must have been fun!
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