"Miss Los Angeles", a historic racing plane
Miss Los Angeles is a modern replica of the 1934 Brown B-2 Air Racer, which participated in national aviation races and the Thompson Trophy that same year. This historic racing plane continued to compete in competitions for a few years after that.
Starting and flying Miss Los Angeles
To start Miss Los Angeles, a specific procedure must be followed, including adjusting the mixture and throttle. For taxiing and takeoff, attention must also be paid to limited visibility and the steering control. During cruise flight, it is important to turn off the fuel pump and adjust the throttle for optimal fuel consumption. During approach and landing, the plane should be gradually slowed down and the trim adjusted. Flying in crosswinds is not recommended.
Features of the Miss Los Angeles package
The Miss Los Angeles package includes a basic sound library, but not an authentic sound pack due to the engine and wind noise being very loud and unpleasant in reality. However, the plane's paint scheme can be customized. The flight model was developed around the Curtiss C72-IL aerodynamic profile and the plane has a day-only flight clearance and no transponder, but it is possible to obtain clearance for most US airspace and airports by calling ahead.
Size 101 MB
VC3D Virtual Cockpit
Format Native FSX / P3D format
Auto-install Installer MSFS v1.1
Brown B-2 Air Racer is compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 (MSFS 2020) only
Author : Sal1800