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    Posted: Jun-14-2017 at 7:08pm
I thought I'd get myself a copy of the new PD3 V4.  All I can say is WOW.  Available AC is limited right now, as content providers are working (perhaps scrambling) to get their craft into 64 bit. I can see just flying the included Bonanza A36 that this SIM is going to rock! Clap

My CH Controllers, CH Yoke Throttle Quadrant, and CH Pedals work with the best response I've ever had across a number of sims (I've had these for about 10 years!). Available as well is an update from Peter Dowson to FSUIPC5 for PD3 V4 (Link below). I installed that as well and it has given me some further latitude to modify the control buttons on the yoke with no conflict.

Now, if we can just get the awesome Citation Mustang in 64-bit compatible with PD3 V4 I'd go gaga. I saw some chatter about it here. I know it's no simple undertaking. I love that sweet machine, she flies beautifully! 

Anybody else interested in that??? I suppose it has to be worthwhile for F1 to take it on, but I believe they will. At least I am hoping so. Wink

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Hello beckonator,

The following thread should help you out...

http://www.simforums.com/forums/p3d-v4-compatibility_topic58318&FID=2&PR=3.html
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Originally posted by Jeff Smith Jeff Smith wrote:

Hello beckonator,

The following thread should help you out...

http://www.simforums.com/forums/p3d-v4-compatibility_topic58318&FID=2&PR=3.html

Thanks for the update Jeff! I was able to get the Mustang dialed in in FSX Steam. It's flying beautifully. 

I'm looking forward to this beautiful sim craft being available in PD3 V4!

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Thanks a lot, Jeff. Your post helped me too 
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If you all need a Citation fix for PD3v4 waiting for the Mustang, I've been flying the CJ550 from Carenado. It's a bit more sophisticated, fairly easy to master, beautiful and a rocket. Pretty similar to the Mustang in many ways. I'm not trying to divert biz, as I'd love to see the Stang ready for PD3v4. Just like everyone, I'm waiting patiently. Big smile
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