Quantcast

Home | Search | Forums | Help | Upgrade to Premier Membership

Upload a file
Forums
Utilities
Downloads
Search
Help
Real Aviation
Site map
Design
Become a member
Links
Contact Us
Using This Site
  Props Page 7
FS2004 SkyCamper. I designed this plane for all the outback flyabouts,country campers,bush bashers,and the fly_in Lovers.Ever wake up to no coffee? and a bad back? NOT ANYMORE! Just hit the combination(shift+E) for your little surprise.All control surfaces move,moving tires,steering his head turns. Dedicated to all the EFFC (Emma Field Flying Club) Members Designed by Rick Lopez. 1.8MB
FS2004 Cessna 182RG. This contains all the files needed to install FS2002's 182RG to FS2004. Also includes 6 new repaints. Repaints by James Joblon. 3.7MB
FS2004 T-6 SNJ Trainer Pack 7 Variants of the Popular T-6 Trainer done in Chrome,Standard Harvard textures White, And a new one I wanted to add..... The Canadian Version Packaged with an all new flight characteristic these T-6's won't be left behind in Prop Hop Rooms. Repaints,Airfile & Aircraft Configurations by Robert "Hawk" (R_Hawk_ zone name) Paints & Air Files By Robert Hawk. OriginalAircraft Designed by Denis da Silva and Daniel da Silva. 8.6MB
FS2004 T-6 Texan Reno Package v.2 After many comments & wishes for faster Reno Style T-6's I experimented with this greatly done aircraft designed by "Da Silva" and took it to the limits, creating a new airfile & new aircraft configurations and produced a a much more powerful & faster T-6 to meet the requirements of flying fast,low & left (Also keeps up with most default props in Hops) Repaints,Airfiles & Aircraft CFG By Robert "Hawk" (R_Hawk_ zone name) Airfile & Air CFG By Robert Hawk. Original Aircraft Designed by Denis da Silva and Daniel da Silva. 8.9MB
FS2004/FS2002 ATR42-420MP (Marine Patrol) code "GF 14" in Italian Guardia di Finanza livery (converted in MP version by Alenia aerospace). It's used to patrol Italian seas, S.A.R. mission, and fishing boat surveillance. Model Includes ATR 42 engine sound, realistic panel, AtR manual, technical data file and real photos of book's checklist. Original model by Alberto la Greca, Repaint by Skycolors team's Roberto Piazza. 6.2MB
FS2004 Project GlobeTwotter DHC6-300. Air Jamaica Express Reg_ID 9V-JMV. This aircraft flys daily flights between Kingston and Montego Bay. The d6skybus.zip file must be installed before using this aircraft. FSUIPC3.X Required for the TCAS to operate. Exit Door open/close sounds added. Designed in Gmax with wing views, dynamic shine, full suspension, etc. Project by Udo Lemmob, Barry Blaisdell, Samy Fay and Bob May. 8MB
FS2004 Piper Pa25 Pawnee Built primarily for agricultural crop dusting, this aircraft is also extensively used for towing sail planes. Built using FSDS2, model has lots of moving parts including animated pilot, Dynamic Virtual Cockpit, reflective textures. Uses default FS9 Gauges and Sounds. Original model and NC2589 textures by Andy Strukowski. Repaint in SE-FCY Swedish colors by Mangiavacca J.M. 1.5MB
FS2004/2002 Aero Boero AB-115. Designed in FSDS2 by J R Lucariny. 1.6MB

FS2004 Bellanca Super Decathlon 8KCAB. A two seat, tandem configuration unlimited category aerobatic competition/trainer aircraft that is fully spinnable in FS2004. Initial release features 4 custom paint jobs. Features full moving parts and special openings. See readme for details. By the Long Island Classics Design Team. Gauges by Mike Wagner; sounds by Aaron Swindle. The file from Simviation INCLUDES the compass fix. 10MB
FS 2002\2004 Piaggio P-166M. The first of the coming P-166 aircraft series. I'm going to built the whole family of these graceful twins. The Piaggio P-166M is a light small twin. An Exotic two-engined prop that sold all over the world including America, UK, and Australia. Its origin is traced Back to the Piaggio P-136, a light anphibian, wich the P-166 keeps the wings, the engines and the tailplanes. Features Clickable Dynamic VC with non-planar throttle quadrant. Detailed internals. Fully compatible with FS 2002 (pro edition) Design & Artwork by Mario Noriega. 5.9MB