The GTN750 was automatically detected and installed into the panel. I love the GTN most of the time, but I highly doubt there are many 152’s with that GPS unit. I might have to look into disabling it with this aircraft. I’ll have to fly it some more, but it is definitely a quality aircraft. You really have to persuade it to stall. If you just pull the power off and let the airspeed decay then you just enter a mushy state where the yoke is all the way back but the nose is only slightly raised and you are in a stable descent. To properly stall, you have to get the nose up while you have the airspeed to do so and then keep it there until the stall occurs, and the nose drops. This is realistic as I recall. It has been over 20 years since I flew a 152 though, so hopefully my memory serve correctly.
For me, the Just Flight 152 cockpit seems more familiar. I remember the plastic facia on the panel that was cracked and worn. They went through several generations of panel so I guess I picked the right one for my personal trip down memory lane.
I just picked up that C152. It’s not the same aircraft as the Robin 2120 the flight school uses, but it has the same engine and fairly similar performance. Quite nice for bobbing around virtual Auckland, I think.
A quick flight around the circuit at NZNE. She is quite fun!