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About Serpico

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  1. Carenado C152II N4951A

  2. Pacific :: Carenado T210 - ZK-UCF

    How do you make the lines so perfect. You should do a video on this repaint...? Very nice work...as always.
  3. Scenery Issue

    Thanks to both of you...will do
  4. Scenery Issue

    Can anyone tell me how to go about fixing this problem..? All the other airport in the immediate area are fine. Just this one KORS is a bit messed up. Thanks.
  5. Turbine Duke

  6. Looking forward to it... Can you do one for a VA I have on Flyte Line..? I am using Era Alaska as mt theme. No complicated at all, in fact, I am thinking of using N2255R scheme but with a twist to it. Interested..? Believe me if I knew how to repaint I would be right in the mix....

  7. Sir, sorry about that yes...N2255R

  8. Sometimes...simple is better...THANK YOU...awesome repaint

  9. Era Alaska

  10. turbo duke comming soon

    This is a turbo prop. Replacing its original engine with a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT-6A would result in significantly better performance and engine reliability. Two variants of the PA-46 turbine conversion are offered: the JetProp DL and DLX. The DL includes a new, 550-hp PT- 6A-21 engine and costs US$459,900. The DLX’s price is US$50,000 more because of the 560-hp PT- 6A-35 (de-rated from 750 hp). Both conversions include a new four-blade Hartzell reversing propeller, http://www.wingsmagazine.com/content/view/513/38/ I am guessing they will use the above?