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ClearView adds RC cars to their RC Airplane Sim, a first. Here is a demo.

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Published on Nov 6, 2009

ClearView (requires no special RAM or Video cards) has added RC Cars to their Sim. I aggressively show how the cars work! I have purchased sims over the years and I've got most of them too. I even worked for RealFlight.
For value, the graphics are good, & flight physics are very real! This is a good training aid and tool to teach orientation and coordination for less $ and Cars are a BLAST!

The Graphics are great in the latest version.

You can download it for free to try it out and see if it works on you computer. If it does, simply get the activation key and your in business.

The Aircraft and Heli Flight Physics are tremendous and should give all the top notch simulator makers a run for their money.

No matter what, it is all about learning how to fly, so that is the most important anyway....how it flies.

These models fly like the real thing to me.

All the parameters can be changed on the cars too, to adjust braking, swerving, rollovers, etc.

You can also turn on smoke, etc.

There are 40 planes, 40 helicopters and 6 cars on this program.

Quite a deal these days for only $40.

Here is the link to there website.
http://www.rcflightsim.com Check it out.

Now the folks who can"t fly, can drive and have fun too.

I am using the Art Tech TX and Cord on one computer and the ESKY ($19.95) simulator TX with cord on my laptop with no problems.

I don't use recording software, as it is hard to narrate and to navigate the options when it is running, but thanks for asking.

Have fun.
I highly recommend this program.

Dave

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