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  1. Aircraft Review - Piper PA28-161 Warrior II by AeroSphere Simulations The Piper Cherokee family is a large one with variants including the Archer, Arrow, Dakota and Pathfinder. The first variant however next in line after the initial Cherokee release in 1973 was the PA-28-151 Warrior. The difference between the original Cherokee and the Warrior is small, in just a new tapered wing and the stretched Archer fuselage, and the Warrior II that came along three years later had then only a uprated Lycoming O-320-D3G or O-320-D2A engine of 160 hp (119 kW) from the earlier 150 hp (112 kW) b
  2. News! - Released : PA-28R-201 Piper Arrow III by AeroSphere If you like your Pipers then here is a great one from Aerosphere in the Piper Arrow lll. The Arrow is a variant of the Cherokee series adds in retractable undercarriage The more modern Arrow III represented here is equipped with a Lycoming IO-360-C1C6 fuel injected engine rated at 200 Horsepower with a constant speed 2-blade propeller. Features: 4 HD (4096 x 4096) liveries with a plain white texture that can be used for custom paint schemes. Test flown by a Piper Arrow pilot for accu
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