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- Article number: AS15013
- Publisher: Lionheart Creations
- Language: English
- Current version: 1.0
If you would like a exotic modern plane with a modern glass cockpit... If you would like something that you would bond with and hit a bunch of airports with... If you are looking for a small two seater plane that you might consider building one day... If you need something really sleek to fly in, something totally new... Then I think this is for you.
Lionheart Creations is proud to announce the release of another Aircraft package, the sleek Tango 2 by Revolution Aviation. The Tango 2 is a high performance two place aircraft of composite construction that is available as a Kit that you finish. The 180 HP version XR model that I have recreated here has a cruise speed of 180 knots, and a range of 1200 Nautical Miles with its extended range fuel tanks. The panel in this package features the Garmin G1000 glass panel system which includes its autopilot package and left hand PFD mini map popup and ECIAS mini LH popup as well. This gives the panel a very simplistic yet very advanced look.
There are 10 planes in this package and they include approximately 9 various themes of interiors mixed with various panel finishes. The interior colors range from painted fiberglass to leather upholstery. The textures in this package are also up to 4K in resolution, which is the highest limit that can run in P3D and FSX. Not all of the textures are 4K. Only textures that require high resolution for crisp detail are bumped up to that high of resolution.
Some cool features of this package are:
- Radically different interiors
- High speed performance, able to fast cruise at 200 knots! Redlines at 215 knots
- Able to grease in some nice landings with full flaps, touching down at 64 knots Not super gentle on take-offs. She will keep you on your toes as you accelerate to speed
- Gull wing doors
- Garmin G1000 MFD can give you approach vectors
INTERIOR THEMES 8 DIFFERENT INTERIORS
This package features 8 different versions of interiors ranging from tans and browns to grays and nearly black, from leather to fiberglass textures, some in 4K resolution textures. If you are knowledgeable in moving around textures, you can change the color of an interior by trading out the color sheets to a planes texture folder, changing it from gray and this to brown, etc. The interiors are jam packed with tiny details, knobs and levers. The instrumentation features the world reknown Garmin G1000 glass panel system which is loaded with cool features including a nice autopilot and the ability to dial in your approach vectors for airports. There are many versions of panel texturings. I call them themes as each plane has a unique color arrangement that goes from the panel to the seats and interior textures. Each plane has its own theme. Some might share a interior with nother paint scheme, but they have quite a few difference throughout the fleet. I hope you enjoy them and realize the amount of work that went into this beautiful plane..
Microsoft Flight Simulator X, FSX: Steam Edition or Lockheed Martin Prepar3D V1-V5*
Windows 10 (64-bit)
2.0 GHz or any Dual Core
4 GB RAM
1 GB graphics card
2 GB hard drive space
*Note about P3D V5 compatibility: All planes should work fine in P3D V5 and all planes include a P3D V5 option in their installer. Some have been tested in V5 by owners/customers, but none were tested by the developer directly until now. The word is, P3D V4 planes work fine in Prepar3D V5. None of the planes feature PBR material technology, so bugs in that system should not exist - no PBR tech, only standard V4 material technologies (confirmed by Lionheart Creations).