TorqueSim Releases SR22 for X-Plane 11

After months of teasing and previews, TorqueSim, in partnership with RealSimGear and X-Aviation, has released the SR22 for X-Plane 11.

The product package includes two variations of the SR22; the standard SR22 and the SR22TN. Both have highly detailed 3D modelling work, impressive and sophisticated system depth, along with a range of features such as FMOD sounds, a persistence model and more.

The engine model is detailed to an impressive level with each section operating independently. Systems such as the compressors, intercoolers and turbines have their own calculation of air flows and pressure, with the engine parameters tuned against a huge database of real-world data. As well as the engine, the team have included a detailed electrical system with each circuit breaker also modelled.

To ensure that simmers look after their new virtual aircraft, a maintenance and failure model will also be present. Engaging simmers to spend time looking after the aircraft, the aircraft will have wear and tear failure modeled meaning you need to take care of her even over time. Also, to keep simmers immersed, the aircraft will feature persistence settings, meaning you will load the aircraft in the exact same state as when you left it beforehand.

The aircraft is part of TorqueSim’s Take Command! series to ensure simmers know this a top-line product. You can buy it now from X-Aviation for $54.95 USD. The aircraft is compatible with Windows and Mac, as well as the latest build of X-Plane 11.50 (Vulkan).

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