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The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 11 Jun 2013, 01:34
by zippyo
Greetings!

I have been modelling this for quite some time and was waiting for a competent group to make a release of it. And finally .... you guys ROCK! Anyhow just wondering if you are planning on doing an agricultural version? If yes you can count on another faithful customer! have a lookie here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8aBDf2GXeY

Cheers and keep up the good work

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"BUSH FLYING" anyone?

zippyo

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 11 Jun 2013, 03:31
by zlin142
Yeah, I absolutely agree with zippyo, an agricultural version will be a superb update for this masterpiece add-on! I think, it will be more popular than other versions (ski, amphibian, etc.)...

Hey zipp! Végre előkerültél! ;)

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 11 Jun 2013, 04:02
by zippyo
My point excactly. The most exceptional version of this fantastic aircraft is the agricultural variant in my opinion. I hope to have this implemented before I purchase it although I won't be able to hold out much longer. I'm willing to share the mesh source of the pump and piping assembly with the ULV heads and I have a nice spreader for her as well even though I don't think they need anything from me as I'm sure it is a capable crew to handle all modeling necessities. Also have an identical prop hub assembly with animated blade pitch change.

Let's hope for good things to come.

Cheers

Zippyo

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 11 Jun 2013, 16:11
by zippyo
Hey Alex!

Nice video collection for the masses and while we're at cropdusting I thought there would be a much better video to demonstrate what this fabulous Annushka is capable of:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1fG1xRGIhY

We used to make 60 or more takeoffs and landings with ~1500 liters of pesticides to do this from sunup to sundown back in the 80s.
Check her out in her full glory.

Cheers

zippyo

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 11 Jun 2013, 18:19
by zoran
who is the lunatic under the fumes filming it ? nice vid and looks like the perfect plane for the job as Im sure a stall recovery would be possible even at 100ft

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 13 Jun 2013, 00:21
by zippyo
back in the days people actually stood there at the edge of the field and after each pass they walked the wingspan over to mark the next pass for the pilots. (forget GPS AGRO-gadgetry). But since it is a dying breed back home anyone who is able to catch these pure form adrenaline junkies is gonna do everything to capture the moment any way they can.

Cheers Beer time ;-)

zippyo

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 14 Jun 2013, 00:15
by zippyo
Hello Developers!

I was hoping for a reply on the agro version of Anna. I can't wait to retire my old bumblebee and start flying your fantastic aircraft. My dated bird is just about at the end of her service life and it's time to move on to newer and better things.

hopefully her last moments in the sim:

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and out of the sim

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but I need to know if you guys plan on adding these specific variants.

greets

zippyo

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 14 Jun 2013, 00:37
by Andrey
Hello guys, Agro version in our plans, yes.
Can't promise it very swift but after float and ski, 100% we'll do it.

best,
Andrey

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 16 Jun 2013, 18:27
by zippyo
That's jolly good news indeed. Already counting down the days ;-)

Oh and Thanx once again for such a monumental contribution to the history of this aircraft!
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Zip

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 27 Jun 2013, 00:17
by zippyo
Been preparing some pretty nice sat images for her to be comfortable in....just look at all those fields ready to be sprayed!

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just can't wait to dust the crap outta those farms

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 29 Jun 2013, 21:12
by zippyo
just a little work under the "hood" ;-)
hope I won't get in trouble

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zip

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 10 Sep 2013, 18:13
by zippyo
Just a quick bump to keep it alive. Maybe the devs can throw some input here on status of development.

Zip

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 21 May 2015, 20:37
by zippyo
Hi guys!

Been a loooong time. Is there any development still going on or it's been scrubbed?

Re: The hungarian cropduster

Posted: 03 Sep 2015, 00:02
by KittyCathy
Hi folks!

I just wanna say... Whoa. This is looks amazing