Aerobask announces Legacy RG for X-Plane 11

Aerobask has today announced via the X-Plane.org forums a new aircraft they are working on for X-Plane 11 – Lancair Legacy RG. This is the first time Aerobask mentioned the aircraft development.

The Lancair Legacy is a two-seat single-engine light aircraft marketed in kit form, which is now out of production. It evolved from the Lancair 235/320 series, but with a larger fuselage and more powerful engine, and like them, is a low-winged monoplane of composite construction, with side-by-side seating in an enclosed cockpit. 

The aircraft will enter private beta in few days and is scheduled to be released in June if everything goes well. There was also a feature list included within the post from which we know, that the aircraft will feature 4K PBR textures, high accuracy flight model by X-Aerodynamics, high-quality FMOD or custom-coded SASL instruments, for example.

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The aircraft is developed under cooperation with Roberto Blanco – owner and pilot of N637PG (Lancair Legacy RG).

Features

  • Highly detailed 3D model interior and exterior
  • PBR 4K textures
  • High quality FMOD sounds from Daniela Rodr√≠guez Careri, based on custom recordings from Legacy reg. N637PG
  • High accuracy flight model by X-Aerodynamics (tuned for standard flight model)
  • Real and custom 4K liveries with assorted interiors
  • Stock but highly realistic GNS530
  • Native support of RXP GTN750 in replacement of GNS530+SL70 (Windows only, separate product needed)
  • Continental IO-550 310hp engine

Custom-coded SASL instruments:

  • Avidyne EXP5000 EFIS
  • Avidyne DFC90 Autopilot
  • J.P. Instruments VM1000C engine management system
  • Mountain High ED2-IP oxygen system
  • A.F.S. AOA Pro angle of attack indicator
  • Garmin SL30 COM/NAV
  • Apollo SL70 Transponder
  • Aerospace Logic CO200 digital clock
  • Mid-Continent MD302 Standby Attitude Module

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