12.69Mb (29502 downloads)
FARCHILD C-123 K "PROVIDER" FSX / Acceleration /Xp Tested The version 3 of legendary transport - veteran of Vietnam war well known from cinema " Air America " (M.Gibson&R.Downey). In the new version the completely changed visual model with animation by the pilots and animation by a unloading of cargo. Is completely processed VC - completely working levers and animation,gauges high dpi, completely animation co-pilot. Panel. 3 textures - Air America, FAV, USAF (camo). Are added 4 custom effects - drop of cargo box, drop of pigs with the parachute (remember a cinema?), start of engines and effect of a dust at motion on ground airfields. Autor - Vladimir Zhyhulskiy. updated for fsx by the nor-cal prop club
Posted Oct 9, 2008 22:25 by Ted
6.76Mb (21600 downloads)
EASA X-02 Wyvern from Ace combat series. Model made in Gmax with animated missile bays (activated by the tailhook key), rotating wings (activated by the spoiler key), thrust vectoring, afterburner effects, dynamic VC, alpha channel and dynamic shine. Model by Ricardo Batalha, textures by Mike Durao.
Posted Oct 7, 2008 11:45 by Ricardo Batalha
0.21Mb (1999 downloads)
This is an update for FS X acceleration of the F-86F Sabre by Mike Stone and repainted by Shane Strong. I have updated the flight dynamics and the panel so the aircraft works in FS X. No virtual cockpit. You need the original aircraft repainted by Shane Strong or see read me file to make it work with any paint of Mike's F-86F model. Bob Chicilo.
Posted Oct 7, 2008 08:50 by Bob Chicilo.
0.76Mb (1460 downloads)
This is a repaint of the F-4B by Kazunori Ito adapted by Wayne Farrell for FSX. This repaint of two aircraft based on VF-33 Starfighters. AC#200& AC#208 Repaint by Earl Triplett.
Posted Oct 5, 2008 21:28 by Earl Triplett
0.38Mb (1859 downloads)
Textures only for nthe F-4B by Kazunori Ito adapted by Wayne Farrell for FSX, and is freeware only don't package or sell this repaint but share it as much as you want. This repaint is based on VF-31 Tomcaters AC#107. Repaint by Earl Triplett.
Posted Oct 5, 2008 20:39 by Earl Triplett