3.25Mb (8172 downloads)
This is my second update of the FS 9 Firefox 2 by Owen Smoot, painted by Kurt Beswick. I have changed position of some gauges, resized some of them, and eliminated some of them, and updated the flight dynamics. No virtual cockpit. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Oct 13, 2009 12:18 by Bob Chicilo
1.71Mb (1653 downloads)
This is a repaint of Eugene Heyart's fine Stratojet Merlin. Includes two textures, Warbird 2 and The Magician. You must have the original file. Repaint by L. T. Davis.
Posted Oct 10, 2009 18:12 by L. T. Davis
1.35Mb (1280 downloads)
FS2004/FXS B-1B in a roll out scheme, in primer ready for a functionality check flight prior to final painting and service acceptance. Repaint scheme for the ex-payware Alphasim B-1B Lancer FS9 package. Made with FS Repaint by Abacus. Many thanks to my friend Jamie Ewan from FIGHTERCONTROL without whose assistance, this repaint would not have been completed. Thanks Trembler111 !! Textures by Gary J. Scott
Posted Oct 9, 2009 20:02 by Gary J. Scott
2.17Mb (1307 downloads)
This is a repaint (textures only) of David Brice and David Friswell, DSB Design's BAe T-45C Goshawk. It includes the fictional military livery of BlackJack squadron and fictional private ownership livery,Smugglers' Blues. You must have iris_goshawk.zip available here: Repaint by L. T. Davis.
Posted Sep 27, 2009 06:01 by L. T. Davis
9.15Mb (2316 downloads)
This is an update for FS2004 of the Alphasim F-80 Shooting Star. I have updated the flight dynamics, added a few gauges to the panel, made the autopilot bigger, and changed the GPS. There is a working virtual cockpit. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Sep 24, 2009 12:08 by Bob Chicilo
1.66Mb (1382 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Realistic Ghost Rider textures depicting one of the B-1Bs seen at Edwards AFB. Repaint for the ex-payware Alphasim B-1B Lancer FS9 package. Textures by Gary J. Scott
Posted Sep 22, 2009 17:53 by Gary J. Scott
3.58Mb (1117 downloads)
Additional textures for the Alpha Simulations A-90 Orylonok. One for a fictional inter-island shuttle service, and one in "Pirate" colors (Also, fictional). Repaints by Roy "Boikat" Altholz.
Posted Sep 21, 2009 12:08 by Roy "Boikat" Altholz
4.86Mb (599 downloads)
This is an update for FS 9 of the gmax F-86a (slats) Sabre by Kirk Olsson. THIS UPDATE IS ONLY FOR THOSE WHO HAVE DIAL-UP OR WHO DID NOT ALREADY DOWNLOAD MY ORIGINAL UPDATE OF THIS AIRCRAFT. It only has one paint so it is small enough that it can be more easily downloaded by people with dial-up. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Sep 20, 2009 10:39 by Bob Chicilo
10.13Mb (2379 downloads)
This is an update for FS2004 of the Alphasim F-3D Skyknight. I have updated the flight dynamics, adjusted the scrape points, added a few gauges to the panels, changed the GPS, made the autopilot bigger, and added the fourth wheel. There is a working virtual cockpit. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Sep 19, 2009 11:56 by Bob Chicilo
9.20Mb (20261 downloads)
SR-71A Blackbird Rapid Rabbit at 80000ft: Not another update I hear you say! Yes, this one is to automatically fly at mach 3.0 and 80000+ft and then manually for cruising speeds up to mach 3.5. It was inspired by an email contact with a real SR-71 pilot who spent 4 years and about 500 hours in the cockpit and knew her well. It became obvious that the normally quoted maximum of mach 3.2 was indeed the normal cruising speed and that the Blackbird was flown safely at faster speeds particularly when out running launched G-A missiles capable of mach 5. In a training mission over Arizona at 81000 feet, a pilot below asked for a GS check, 90 knots came the reply. A navy F-18 joined in, 620 kts on the ground the reply. Too good to miss, the RSO asked for a check from 81000 feet, the startled ATC officer answered Aspinxx I have you at 1982 kts 2282 mph on the ground. It begs simulation, so in the package there are two flights from the 1980's and it is another upgrade of Robert Barker's FS2000 SR71 61-7978 and of Bob Chilico's previous FS2004 update. A new aircraft based on the ALPHASIM textures for 61-7955 using this air file is included. It is a new experience to fly a plan at 80000+ ft and at supersonic speeds. A great challenge to manually tighten a turn at mach 3.5 and to get down again without running out of fuel. All that is missing is an A1 tanker to refuel her at altitude. Packaged by Ross McLennan. File: z_SR71_80.zip
Posted Sep 16, 2009 07:31 by admin