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      F-16C for Flight Dynamix and Consumer Version for X-Plane

      The F-16C now has been delivered to the customer, Flight Dynamix, who uses it as part of a complete F-16 cockpit simulator.

      For more information on the Flight Dynamix F-16 cockpit system, see their web site here:

      To complete the consumer version, I need to build a virtual cockpit and model the displays. The F-16 will come in two versions:
      When building the F-16, I used videos to tune the aircraft performance. It's not hard to build a plane that can fly at level speeds comparable to performance charts but getting the dynamic performance correct is much more difficult. I have one really good DVD taken from an F-16 HUD during a demo at the Paris Air Show. I modified the engine performance, airfoils, drag (adjusted dynamically depending on G load, altitude, airspeed) so that I could fly the Paris routine with the speeds being accurate throughout. It's definitely my best aircraft so far and the real F-16 pilots are quite pleased with the flight model.

      Here are some screenshots showing the F-16: