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RealSimGear G500 Aircraft Integrations


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X-Aviation Installer-Based Integrations:

These integrations will be installed automatically by the main G500 installer if you already own these X-Aviation products. If you purchase these products after installing the G500, just re-run the G500 installer to get the G500 version of these aircraft!

  • Default X-Plane Cessna 172SP (Included with G500)
  • TorqueSim BN-2B Islander
  • TorqueSim BN-2T Islander

Community Integrations:

Follow the link for download and installation details. Use the G500 installer located in the X-Plane main directory to install to the aircraft after downloading. We will then save that location and automatically update these further installations when you run the main installer for future updates.

Attached below is the G500 Integration Guide. If you are interested in integrating the G500 into an aircraft, feel free to email me (cooper@realsimgear.com) and I can provide X-Plane object/texture files of the G500.

RealSimGear G500 Integration Guide.pdf

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Hi! I'd like to install this avionics in some of my planes, specifically in the Carenado Do228 and the KA350 by Airfoillabs, but I have no experience in modifying aircrafts.

How difficult is it to install?

I have experience in modifying a plug-in to customise buttons on the Logitech X52 (if that's related at all...)

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17 hours ago, VSS said:

Hi! I'd like to install this avionics in some of my planes, specifically in the Carenado Do228 and the KA350 by Airfoillabs, but I have no experience in modifying aircrafts.

How difficult is it to install?

I have experience in modifying a plug-in to customise buttons on the Logitech X52 (if that's related at all...)

Adding the G500 into the 3D cockpit without access to the source Blender objects can be very tricky depending on how the aircraft is setup. Adding as popups is very simple, just run the per-aircraft installer that is automatically included when you install the G500.

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17 hours ago, Coop said:

Adding the G500 into the 3D cockpit without access to the source Blender objects can be very tricky depending on how the aircraft is setup. Adding as popups is very simple, just run the per-aircraft installer that is automatically included when you install the G500.

Thank you for your advice ;)

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