ALABEO PITTS S-2S FOR FSX
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ALABEO PITTS S-2S FOR FSX

ALABEO PITTS S-2S FOR FSX
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Introducing one of the first high quality aerobatic airplane for Flight simulator X. The Pitts Special (company designations S1 and S2) is a series of light aerobatic biplane designed by Curtis Pitts. It has accumulated many competition wins since its first flight in 1944. The Pitts biplanes dominated world aerobatic competition in the 1960s and 1970s and, even today, remains a potent competition aircraft in the lower categories.

Curtis Pitts began the design of a single-seat aerobatic biplane in 1943-1944. The design has been refined continuously since the prototype"s first flight in September 1944, however, the current Pitts S2 still remains quite close to the original in concept and in design.

Several of the aircraft that Curtis Pitts built had a picture of a skunk on them and were called "Stinkers". After she bought it, aerobatic performer Betty Skelton called the second aircraft that Curtis built, "Lil" Stinker". The prototype S-2, which was the first two-seat Pitts, was "Big Stinker", the prototype Model 11 (later called S1-11B) was "Super Stinker", and the prototype Model 12 was the "Macho Stinker".

In 1962 Curtis Pitts set up Pitts Enterprises to sell plans of the S-1C to homebuilders.

FSX Features:
Blank textures for creating your own designs.
Real flight model.
High quality 3D model, textures and sounds.
Detailed aerobatics maneuvers PDF.

Requirements:
Windows Vista or 7 (32 or 64 bits) or Window XP downloading this patch
Microsoft Flight Simulator FSX with SP1 and SP2 (or Acceleration Pack) installed.
Pentium V/2GHz or similar ? 2GB RAM ? 512MB graphics card.
170 MB available hard disk space.

Get 3 free Pitts S-2S liveries here

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Current Reviews: 1 This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 06 December, 2011.

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