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FS2004 RSDG Super Corsair. The Super Aircraft are Very Fast and fun to fly and very difficult to land Stall speeds are 145 knots and cruise speeds are 800 + knots So you must slow 650 knots to land you need 6000 feet of runway..Reduce to 25 % power full flaps at the 10 mile marker at the 5 mile marker reduce to 0% power full flaps .. Trim nose up Pray and Good Luck .... I am a pilot in Real life ... and this one test my skills .... But it CAN be Done. Aircraft from FS2002 default. Mark Rooks. 2.5MB

FS2004 Bell X1 V1.0. Includes a VC (virtual cockpit) ,animated suspension and controls, reflective textures Etc. The Bell X1 was rocket powered and carried approx 5 minutes worth of fuel and was normally dropped from a mothership ,usually a B-29 adapted for the purpose, although it was originally designed for conventional ground Take-offs, a feat which Chuck Yeager succesfully completed on January 5th 1949. I was unable to make it rocket powered in FS2004 (Rockets are not supported in FS2004) so it is set up as a Jet. The thrust settings are what they would have been from the rocket so this ac will achieve realistic speeds. Aircraft was made using FSDS 3.0 by Julian Higgs. 3.6MB

Bell X-1 V1.0 Update This is just an update for my Bell X-1 Glamorous Glennis containing a new Model file, a new airfile and aircraft config file, 2 new texture files, a new panel config file and 2 effects files. 690K

FS2004 P-51 WildHorses Update. This is an update of the RSDG P-51 WildHorses by Mark Rooks (above). I have updated the flight dynamics, repositioned all the contact points and lights, correcting it back to a tail dragger from whatever it was before, and added smoke. Bob Chicilo. 48K
FS2004 Blohm & Voss BV P.170 Red Bull Air Racing Repaint. Repaint of Kazunori Ito's Blohm & Voss BV P170. This is a fictional repiant obviously as this aircraft never took to the skies in real life. Originally a WW2 Luftwaffe bomber, I have repainted this aircraft for a more peaceful Red Bull air racing series. Ive put alot of time into this texture so I hope you enjoy them. Model by Kazunori Ito. Repaint by John Bentley. 824K
FS2004 C-47 Dakota USAF. This is a Repaint of the FS2004 Stock DC-3 in its Military Troop transport version ..The C-47 Dakota .. Textures are created in Hi definition a process developed and used by RSDG .. Textures By Mark “Fireball “Rooks of RSDG. 4.7MB
FS2004 F7F-3 Tigercat. This is an update of the F7F-3 Tigercat by Alphasim. I have updated the flight dynamics and added a panel from the CFS2 P-38. This is the whole aircraft. Bob Chicilo. 2.3MB

FS2004 Nieuport 11 'Bébé'. A small single-seat version of the earlier Nieuport 10 and one of the most successful aircraft of the WW1 era. The Nieuport Bébé was such a successful concept that it was flown by many allied Air Forces, including the Italians. Among them, the well known ace Francesco Baracca, who scored 34 victories. Capt. I. D'Attomo Capt. G.Quai. 2MB
FS2004 Super Texan. This is a Highly Modified Version of Denis da Silva T6 Texan For Flight Simulator 2004 ..Aircraft is Entitled " Super Texan " With it's Modified Air File.. Super Tex is Capable of speeds in excess of 600 knots it is Very Fast and Highly Maneuverable. Aircraft modified by Rooks Silva Design Group ( RSDG ) Textures by Mark Rooks " Fireball . 4.1MB
FS2004 RSDG Modified Mitsubishi A6M2 Super Zero Japanese Navy. From the original CFS2 zero. Modified & textures by Mark Rooks. 4.3MB

FS2004 VSP Nieuport NiD 450 Racing Plane Package. The Nieuport NiD 450 was built for entry in the 1929 Schneider Cup Race. Lengthy delays in engine development prevented participation. Further testing and development was continued into 1931. This aircraft is part of the Virtual Schneider Project by Transglobal Aircraft. Gmax Model by Matthew Paine, Dynamics by Ralph Pegram & Elias Korompilis, Panel & Gauges by Matthew Paine and Ian Willis. 5.9MB