The B47 is a two-bladed, single engine, light helicopter. The B47 became the first helicopter certified for civilian use on March 8 1946. The G 2 uses the 47GLycoming O-435 / 190HP as the H-13 is 195HP. The B47 helicopter entered U.S. military service in late 1946 and was designated the H-13 Sioux by the United States Army. It has also served as the helicopter of choice for basic helicopter flight instruction in many countries. NASA had a number of B47s during the Apollo program, used by astronauts as trainers for the Lunar Lander.
This package includes the Sioux H-13 or known from the television show MASH (Mobil Army Surgery Hospital) and the B47G with skids, floats and a crop duster model. Each model is around 160,000 poly’s with high quality real world photos. From the moment you crank over the engine the first time, the Hobbs hours counter will start tracking your running engine until you remove the aircraft from your game. Turn the governor switch off and fly like a real pilot controlling throttle using the propeller pitch axis. Leave the governor switch on and the throttle will auto adjust to make your experience easy and fun. Send back your exact transponder code the tower just sent you to squawk while flying on Vatsim. For the first time you can now pushback your helicopter from your hanger using our custom pushback animation. This package was developed to make your experience feel real and easy to operate from beginner to the flight sim pro. Time to make room in your private hanger, this package is priced extremely low and will be your favorite for many many years.
Dec 31, 2017
TIP for startingWhen clicking the starter button click 3 to 4 times. Also make sure you have your propeller lever pitch at 100% to get full rpm during startup. From there you can decide to use the rotor governor.
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Operating System: Windows 7 and up, older os we can’t guarantee compatibility or support
Processor: 1.5 gigahertz (GHz)
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 2 GB DirectX 10-compatible video card
Sound Card: Sound card, speakers, or headset