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#1 Guillem

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Posted 07 April 2012 - 03:21 AM

Hello everyone,

I don't have the airplane yet but first I would like to know if this version of -300 is ER or not, I assume it's not the ER version because the title of the airplane says only 767-200/300

So, there are some differences between the cargo doors of the -300 and the -300ER. The -300ER has a wide front cargo door and the -300 has a small door (just like the rear cargo door)

I have tried to search for that info and I came up with a video on Youtube that shows what I'm talking about, (since the description of the video says CLS I assume that it's talking about CLS airplanes)
please take a look at minute 1:12 As you can see, the texture has a small door but then the model (3D model) that opens completely is bigger than the texture for cargo door.

Could someone please tell me about these cargo doors? maybe is a bug? every screenshot I saw from the CLS 767-300 has a large cargo door in the front section, but again, which version has the small cargo door in the front section?


Thanks in advance!

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 02:52 PM

non -er i think, the 767s in the airline i work for all have large front cargo doors, and theyre all ER's
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Posted 11 April 2012 - 01:48 PM

non -er i think, the 767s in the airline i work for all have large front cargo doors, and theyre all ER's


Thank you for your reply. Well, the main question here is that if CLS made an ER version then the cargo doors are okay, but if this is non-ER or "standard 767-300" then they should check the cargo doors matter because it may be a simple thing but then the model is not well represented.
Here is a screenshot of the 767-300 (non ER) http://flyteam.jp/ph...67-381/201066/L as you can see the front cargo door is shorter.
This screenshot is from a 767-300ER and as you can see the cargo door is more longer http://flyteam.jp/ph...381-ER/118928/L

I really hope someone could come up here and clarify me these doubts.

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 02:02 PM

having a quick scoot through info, off the top of my head, the -300er is modelled, and both -200 and 200er.
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#5 Guillem

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Posted 15 April 2012 - 01:48 PM

having a quick scoot through info, off the top of my head, the -300er is modelled, and both -200 and 200er.


Thank you for your reply. So the CLS 767-300 model is in fact the ER version, they could have made an -300 version too because I have seen they also made other variants.

Cheers.
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Posted 15 April 2012 - 01:52 PM

From what i can gather, im not 100% but from this list, i know the engine veriants modelled are used on both er and non er models. the only one i can say 100% is a -300ER is the rolls royce powered 767,


767-200 Passenger General Electric 80C2

  • Continental
  • XL

767-200 Passenger General Electric 80A

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767-200 Passenger Pratt & Witney

  • United Airlines – grey/dark blue
  • Avianca
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767-300 Passenger General Electric 80C2

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  • Alitalia
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  • North American Airline
  • Qantas - older livery
  • KLM - new livery
  • Air New Zealand
  • Garuda G-OBYE

767-300 Passenger Pratt & Witney

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  • Air China
  • Arkefly
  • Austrian
  • Condor (blue Thomas Cook)
  • Delta - new livery
  • Martinair - new livery
  • XL Airways
  • United Airlines - new livery

767-300 Passenger Rolls Royce

  • British Airways

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#7 Guillem

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Posted 30 April 2012 - 07:43 AM

Sorry for writing so late.

Ok so you are 100% sure that the -ER version is the Rolls Royce powered. But I'm still asking myself the same question, why the cargo door in those models is the big one, why the 300 version doesn't have the small front cargo door. Also I'm asking myself why none of the developers is writing here or answering my doubts.

Anyway, thank you so much for your reply.

Guillem

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Posted 01 May 2012 - 08:35 AM

I would try to answer your question if I would understand what the problem is.
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Posted 01 May 2012 - 11:10 AM

I would try to answer your question if I would understand what the problem is.


He's confused, because in real life, the none er 767-300 has a small front cargo door. and the er has a large front cargo door. All the 763's modelled have a small front cargo door texture, but the animation is a large cargo door, so im assuming hes confused to whether you modelled the 300-er or the standard -300



But im 100% sure, the RR powered 767's are an ER version (because in real life theyre only offered on 763er's, but this is where you come in Plexi, the PW and GE modelled 767s, are they modelled as an ER 763 or not?
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Posted 01 May 2012 - 02:17 PM

All 767 models of the base pack are ER variants. If you see a small cargo door texture but the cargo door itself is a big one, then someone simply used the wrong texture. The paint kit contains both doors, the large and the small one because of the models in the expansion pack

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