X-Plained.com is pleased to present a in-depth review of the AeroSim Gaming Piper Cub. A Piper Cub … wow, that is almost a historical GA aircraft, but historical or not, it still flies everywhere.
Your personal reporter Angelique van Campen jumped into this old-fashioned Piper Cub created by AeroSim in corporation with SimCoders.com, and tried to find out all the ins and outs. According to Angelique “it flies great, takeoffs and landings aren’t easy, but after some practises, I management it. There are however also a couple of things that need a bit more attention. What that is, therefore you must read the review.”
It’s for this small and elegant aircraft a bit longer review then expected, but worth the reading. Enjoy!
A glaring error that I’ve asked them about but no response. The engine top cowl is actually three pieces rather than the single ‘over the top’ piece they show. The top middle piece has piano hinges either side to which the side pieces are attached. Each side piece can be unfastened and swung up on the hinge for engine inspection. A small thing visually but, having looked at them for many flying hours, I’d miss them in the sim.