737-8 “MAX” landing @ Phoenix FSX

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26 Responses to 737-8 “MAX” landing @ Phoenix FSX

  1. Airberlinflying says:

    and know? this is a game, not the reality…

  2. Blanc Maxence says:

    Big mistake ! The new winglets of 737-Max are not like that!

  3. flyinnjim says:

    thats iFly (payware)

  4. mwschadt says:

    Is this aircraft freeware or payware?

  5. flyinnjim says:

    thank you :) )

  6. njshrivnauth says:

    Nice video.

  7. flyinnjim says:

    yeah, right :( (

  8. rifqi rumengan says:

    only repaint :(

  9. flyinnjim says:

    yes, I know…. :(

  10. Vasco2305 says:

    iFly got one thing wrong
    the winglets

  11. BoB Jo says:

    Doesn’t have the right winglets :(

  12. hedai713 says:

    nothing but a repaint

  13. 691Hidden says:

    Is that a hybrid??…MAX Engines but not the wings…Lol.

  14. flyinnjim says:

    I have no idea… ask iFly ;) 

  15. afcaj0od says:

    Looks ugly for Payware.
    Looks cool for freeware.

    Do you know if there is any free 737 max?

  16. justus0106 says:

    I just mentioned that it is pretty useless to post such comments. It obviosly is the 737MAX and I just hate people who think they know everything better, but actually they don’t.

  17. mw2orblackops says:

    hey bro it’s a good video i was only saying and if you what to be a pilot change you atitude bro

  18. SuperxMatt says:

    Hello there, great video. Just wondering if your not busy could you post a video back on how to set up the simulator because on mine say if i had the throttle in the lowest position, the stick on the right (that controls elevator and ailerons) i would be ridiculously off center. A respone would be appreciated :) . Once again great vid.

  19. Draviskos says:

    for about a year, but has been broken for the past 2 months, had a baby as well so didn’t get a chance to really get out and fly it. Practicing on the Sim though. I think with the latest updates phoenix has made it more realistic than before. Can’t wait to fix my real one and get out there :) ))))

  20. CrazyHeliDude says:

    How long you had your heli? Nice stuff.

  21. Draviskos says:

    Ok thanks, I will give a try later on :)

  22. whocareswho says:

    I didn’t get a solution from their tech wizards but, after installing the s update I got the noise filter box which seems to work so far. I haven’t updated to the t version after that but I believe the filter in the s update will still be working.

  23. kevinmwolf288 says:

    Mine glitchesall the damn time. Sometimes it happens frequently (every 30 secs or so) and causes me to crash land. I’m using a generic PPM USB sim cable (with a stereo plug on the end). Its not an “official” sim cable, but they all likely use a similar chipset/controller board.

    You’re certainly not alone!

  24. Draviskos says:

    Yes I have the 2.5t, please let me know of the reply that they’ll give you. Also, now that I come to think about it sometimes the throttle glitches as well, i.e. rapid acceleration etc.

  25. whocareswho says:

    Split second glitches is exactly what I have, mainly on channel 6 (cp in my setup) but also the rare tail glitch. When I return home I need to check on my tx’s production number to see if it’s one of the malfunctioning ones, but I have read that the trainer cable and the dongle in combo with the DX6i is causing glitches. I am waiting for a reply from Phoenix’ tech wiz’s. Are you running the latest update (2.5t so far)?

  26. Draviskos says:

    I can’t really say that I experience major glitches. Only occasionally the rudder moves for for a milisecond by itself ( tail glitch).  Other than that the DX6i is fine.

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