Helicopter P3D

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Helicopter P3D

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Can somebody please tell me how these helicopters behave in FS9 regarding the rotor speed. Is it multi-state (slow, blurred)? Or just on and off?

NBAI Apache
NBAI Chinook
CJAI Sea King

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Really? Nobody on FS9 anymore? Don't make me beg...:-)
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I haven't used FS9 in about a year so I don't remember exactly what it was but I THINK it was multi-state (slow, blurred).

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Sorry, I've had my head in ADE and photoshop the last couple of days. The NBAI AH-64 and CH-47 do indeed use multi-state rotors.

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Many thanks!!

From mobile hence short

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