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Published on Feb 9, 2009
http://www.RC-ers-Gonewild.com presents this special edition program of Dave flying and testing the ClearView RC Flight simulator called "On a ClearView Night". http://www.rcflightsim.com is their website to download this sim and at $39.95, this simulator will give all the top sims some competition. The Esky 0905a transmitter ($19.95 from xheli.com works perfectly with this sim.
Although there are few provisions for dual rates, landing gears, wing flaps, brakes, etc, the flying characteristics really are well thought out.
Someone put a lot of effort into making this program work.
The graphics are top notch and the amount of planes and helis that are actual replicas of the real models are amazing.
It works with just about and TX and sim cord. I can also using my Spektrum Dx6i, with no problems. This is an excellent training aid to learn to fly and will teach a lot to beginners and pros alike.
But remember, even though you have to know what to do with the sticks in the sim just as real life, you must beware of getting a cocky attitude because you can fly the sim so well. That usually changes the first time out to the field as you see sims can give you a false sense of confidence. So practice more than you think you need to and this will help immensely.
I recommend this Clearview flight sim to everybody. It is really fun and has some neat training aids to help. It works on Vista perfectly.