Aerobask Releases Epic Victory G1000 Edition

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Aerobask, an aircraft developer for X-Plane, has released their latest project, the Epic Victory G1000 Edition.
The Epic Victory is an experimental, single-engine, private jet produced by the Epic Aircraft Company in 2007. In 2009, Epic Aircraft – only having produced one of the type – was purchased by the Aviation Industry of China who has since restarted the programme. The Epic Victory seats up to 5 passengers (including pilots) and can fly at 288mph over a distance of 1,380 miles. Epic had the view of selling the aircraft for around the $1 million dollar mark, making it one of the cheapest private jets on the market.

Aerobask has reproduced the Epic Victory to a high standard which included detailed interior and exterior 3D model which includes a high-quality cabin with textures that change dependant on the external livery chosen. The Victory is complete with PBR 4K and 2K textures for low-end hardware.
The Victory has great system depth which comes equipped with the G1000 avionics suite which includes a full alphanumeric keypad from Laminar Research. Aerobask has added a GFC700 autopilot which uses a FADEC digital engine controlled autothrottle as well as highly authentic pressurisation and oxygen systems and AviTab integration.
If you would like to purchase the Epic Victory for X-Plane, you can purchase it for $34.95 which is roughly £26.58/€29.59 from the X-Plane store.

Feature List

  • High quality interior and exterior 3D model
  • High quality PBR 4K textures
  • Various 4K PBR liveries 2K PBR livery for low-spec hardware
  • Enhanced night-time lighting
  • Livery-dependent assorted interiors
  • VR-ready
  • New flight model fitting the powerful PW617F engine
  • Custom engine failure
  • Full-mode FMOD sounds – Accurate doppler, distance attenuation and flyby effects.
  • G1000 PFD and MFD from Laminar Research – Custom popups
  • G1000 custom EMS (optional)
  • GFC700 autopilot with custom CSC mode (FADEC-based autothrottle) – GFC700 2D popup
  • GCU477 (alphanumeric keypad) supporting new LR commands for XP11.50 – GCU477 2D popup
  • GCU477 physical keyboard on-demand capture
  • MD302 Standby Attitude Module
  • AH500SD Programmable annunciator – Aero Safety Systems
  • Simulated breakers with custom reliability, pressurisation and oxygen system
  • Avitab support in 3D tablet
Tags : aerobaskAircraftEpic VictoryExperimentalG1000
Jordan Williams

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Jordan works in operations for a brewery, pub and hotel company in London. He lives with his partner and dog in Wimbledon. Discovering flight simulation when the 3x CD FS2002 was released. He then followed the natural progression up until P3D, where he switched platforms to X-Plane 11. When he is not working or flying (sat at his desk), he enjoys playing the drums, rowing, cycling and running.
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