Tecnam P2006T for FSX and P3D
Wilco Publishing has announced a new title in the HiFi Simulations series : the P2006T by Tecnam.
The P2006T is a modern 4-seats light twin-engine aircraft. It is a twin engine trainer and is used by training companies. It is stable and provides superb all-round vision with the wing-high configuration. The P2006T features STOL and rough runway operations.
The project is based on the Rotax 912S that is specifically designed to incorporate the latest technologies developed by the automotive industry. The engine is currently the only one approved to use automotive fuel. Some of the benefits include: much lower operating costs, better power-to-weight ratio and lower fuel consumption.
Wilco’s P2006T features a complete 3D virtual cockpit with multiple functional switches, knobs and levers. All placards are reproduced in pin-sharp clarity and can be read at any distance and every switch, knob and lever works just like the real thing – many with unique programming code.
Other features include centre panel MFD (Multi Function Displays) with systems pages for control surface positions, hydraulics and fuel states, electrical generators.
. All doors open and there is fully detailed engine bay (port) under removable cover
. High resolution reflective and chrome textures
. Fully animated, realistic pilot movements
. Security and "remove before flight” display features.
. A choice of female or male left seat pilots is provided.
. High quality digital stereo sounds recorded directly from the real aircraft.
. Optimised modelling techniques used to ensure high frame rates while maintaining beautiful visuals.
. The emergency oil pressure gauge is mounted externally in the Tecnam.
Click here for more information on the Wilco website
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