Getting My Private Pilot License While Running 2 Companies
One of my longterm goals has been to get my PPL (Private Pilot License). Thanks to working hard, an understanding wife and a flexible schedule I am finally able to pursue it!
This coincided well with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 being released. I now able to practice some of my tasks in the comfort of my home, in between work sessions. This also lets me maximize my in person time and save a little bit of money in the process.
In today’s video I go more in depth on what my lessons consist of, why i’m doing it, how i’m doing it and a quick overview of my flight sim rig.
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For those curious here is the hardware on the flight/racing sim
– 3x MSI 1080p 27″ monitors with Nvidia surround
– Intel i7 7700k
– RTX 2070
– 32GB ram
– Phantek case
– SSD and M.2 for storage
– Honeycomb Yoke
– Logitech Throttle Quadrant
– MKIV T rudders
Sim Racing Hardware:
– Fanatec DD2 Wheel Base
– Fanatec Porsche Podium wheel with hub
– Fanatec Inverted V3 Pedals
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** Vehicles & Bikes I make videos on **
2016 Porsche GT4
2005 Acura TL
2015 Nissan Murano
** Prior Vehicles **
2011 BMW M3
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