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  1. Cirrus SR20 European Flight Academy N832EF View File This specific aircraft is owned by European Flight Academy and used for the training of student pilots who are currently in the proccess of obtaining all the licenses required to fly airliners. N832EF is a 2017 Cirrus SR20 G6, equipped with the Cirrus Perspective avionics suite and a lovely blue bird at the back. To install the livery, drag and drop the folder called: 'EFA Lufthansa N832EF' into X-Plane 11/Aircraft/X-Aviation/TorqueSim SR20/liveries. NOTE: Please do not change the registration in the livery manager as this can do some magic ending up with a broken livery. I love making all this stuff for free and will happily continue doing so, but if you feel like buying me a coffee, you can do so here: https://paypal.me/notgmcm?country.x=NL&locale.x=nl_NL Submitter yeetusfeetus Submitted 04/26/2022 Category General Aviation X-Plane Version(s) X-Plane 11  
  2. Version 1.0.0

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    This specific aircraft is owned by European Flight Academy and is used for the training of student pilots who are currently in the proccess of obtaining all the licenses required to fly airliners. N832EF is a 2017 Cirrus SR20 G6, equipped with the Cirrus Perspective avionics suite and a lovely blue bird at the back. To install the livery, drag and drop the folder called: 'EFA Lufthansa N832EF' into X-Plane 11/Aircraft/X-Aviation/TorqueSim SR20/liveries. NOTE: Please do not change the registration in the livery manager as this can do some magic ending up with a broken livery. I love making all this stuff for free and will happily continue doing so, but if you feel like buying me a coffee, you can do so here: https://paypal.me/notgmcm?country.x=NL&locale.x=nl_NL
  3. Hartzell Odyssey propeller for the TorqueSim SR22 View File The Hartzell Odyssey propeller, most commonly used on the SR22, is a four blade composite propeller available as an option on most SR22 aircraft. The 4 blade propeller allows for a higher cruise speed, and has a 14 percent improvement in climb performance when compared to other four-blade offerings. My rendition of the propeller attempts to add all the improvements mentioned above to the TorqueSim SR22, requiring a couple of changes to the flight model. I am fully aware that the prop blur is still the same as the 3 blade propeller, however, i am planning on adding a 4 blade prop blur in a later update. If you wish to contact me, you can do so via my discord: giraffe me crazy#1816 Last but not least, i'd like to thank Tyler from clearprop! for providing me with the 3d model for the propeller. This is in no way required and i love doing this all for free, but if you wish to support me by buying me a coffee, you can do so via the link below. https://paypal.me/falknmusic?country.x=NL&locale.x=nl_NL Submitter yeetusfeetus Submitted 12/15/2021 Category General Aviation X-Plane Version(s) X-Plane 11  
  4. Version 1.0.2

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    The Hartzell Odyssey propeller, most commonly used on the SR22, is a four blade composite propeller available as an option on most SR22 aircraft. The 4 blade propeller allows for a higher cruise speed, and has a 14 percent improvement in climb performance when compared to other four-blade offerings. My rendition of the propeller attempts to add all the improvements mentioned above to the TorqueSim SR22, requiring a couple of changes to the flight model. I am fully aware that the prop blur is still the same as the 3 blade propeller, however, i am planning on adding a 4 blade prop blur in a later update. If you wish to contact me, you can do so via my discord: giraffe me crazy#1816 Last but not least, i'd like to thank Tyler from clearprop! for providing me with the 3d model for the propeller. This is in no way required and i love doing this all for free, but if you wish to support me by buying me a coffee, you can do so via the link below. https://paypal.me/falknmusic?country.x=NL&locale.x=nl_NL
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