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The Saratoga's normal cruise setting requires 30 inches of manifold pressure and a relatively quiet 2,300 rpm. Many pilots have found the Saratoga line to be mong the most stable, forgiving, and docile big singles on the market. Its stall characteristics are benign, the airplane has great lateral stability, and it rides turbulence in an admirable fashion.

The Saratoga appeared in 1980, as a fixed-gear, six-seat single based on the earlier PA-32 Cherokee Six and Lance models. It differed from them in its longer, semi-tapered wing (derived from the “Warrior Wing” introduced on the PA-28-161).



Unparalleled aircraft modeling with attention to detail

Ultra-realistic flight dynamics

Both standard and glass cockpits

Authentic panel instrumentation and aircraft systems

Persistent damage modeling with repair/cost management

Complete cabin environment controls

3 additional paint schemes available

Complete documentation and checklists.

Load Manager for managing paint schemes, aircraft data/costs, and systems.

Recommended System Specs

Compatible Simulators:
Flight Simulator 2004
Microsoft Flight Simulator X
Flight Simulator X Steam Edition

Dual Core microprocessor or higher with 2 GHz MHz + speed. A quad core processor are recommended.
4 MB RAM minimum. 8 MB RAM or higher is recommended.

Windows versions 11, 10, 8, or 7 required.

Nvidia or ATI Radeon based 3D accelerator video card with full antialiasing and T&L lighting capability.

A minimum of 8 GB onboard RAM minimum is recommended.

SoundBlaster Live or equivalent 128-bit DirectX sound device.

Up-to-date DirectX video and sound drivers.

Obviously, higher end systems with quad-core processors and 3.0 GHz+ speed CPU, 16 GB system RAM
or higher and 10 GB+ video RAM will perform much better.
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