Review: [FSX] Nemeth Designs - MD-902 Explorer.rar Pc Game
If you are looking for a realistic and immersive helicopter simulation for your flight simulator, you might want to check out the [FSX] Nemeth Designs - MD-902 Explorer.rar Pc Game. This package contains four different variants of the MD 902 Explorer, a twin-engine helicopter that uses the NOTAR anti-torque system and has a spacious cabin for passengers or cargo. You can choose from standard passenger transport, emergency medical service, law enforcement, or VIP passenger transport versions, each with different panel layouts and interior configurations.
The game features custom exterior and interior animations, fully clickable dynamic virtual cockpit, realistic flight dynamics, and high-quality sound effects. You can fly the MD 902 Explorer in various weather conditions and scenarios, and enjoy the smooth performance and detailed graphics of the helicopter. The game also supports multiple platforms, including MS Flight Simulator X Acceleration, MS Flight Simulator X Steam Edition, and Lockheed Martin Prepar3D V4.
The [FSX] Nemeth Designs - MD-902 Explorer.rar Pc Game is a great addition to your helicopter collection, as it offers a unique and challenging flying experience with one of the most advanced helicopters in the world. You can download the game from the Nemeth Designs website for $12.90, or get it from other online stores. The game requires Service Pack 2 for Flight Simulator X, and Acceleration Expansion Pack is recommended.
The MD 902 Explorer has a long and rich history of development and innovation. It traces its origins back to the MDX project, which was launched by McDonnell Douglas Helicopters in 1989 as a new light twin-engine helicopter that would incorporate the NOTAR anti-torque system and the PW200 engines. The MDX prototype made its first flight in 1992 and received FAA certification in 1994. The MDX was then renamed the MD 900 Explorer and entered service with various customers around the world.
In 1997, McDonnell Douglas Helicopters merged with Boeing and became Boeing Rotorcraft Systems. The MD 900 Explorer was improved with a new engine variant, the PW206E, which had more power and better performance. The improved model was unofficially called the MD 902 Explorer. In 1999, Boeing sold its civil helicopter division to MD Helicopter Holdings, a subsidiary of the Dutch company RDM Holding. The MD 902 Explorer continued to be produced and marketed by MD Helicopters.
The MD 902 Explorer has been used for a wide range of missions and applications, such as air medical, law enforcement, search and rescue, electronic newsgathering, executive transport, offshore and utility. It has been praised for its spacious cabin, low noise levels, high safety standards, and low operating costs. It has also been upgraded with new avionics, systems, and features over the years. Some of the notable variants of the MD 902 Explorer include the MD 902 Combat Explorer, which is a military version with weapons and armor; the MD 902 Guardian, which is a law enforcement version with surveillance and tactical equipment; and the MD 902 Explorer II, which is a proposed version with improved performance and payload. ec8f644aee