Pro N3N USCG "Yellow Peril"
The Coast Guard acquired four of the trainers from the Navy
beginning in December, 1940 by trading four Grumman JF-2 "Ducks."
The primary reason for the trade was an effort by the Coast
Guard to expedite pilot training, which was expanding during
this time in anticipation of war. The new trainers were given
the tail numbers V193-V196. At least one was assigned to station
operations at the Coast Guard air station at St. Petersburg,
FL, from 8 March 1934 to 31 August 1944. This model features
full moving parts 32bit textures, and Dynamic Virtual Cockpit.
Aircraft by Steven Grant, Repaint by Ray Brower. Ray Brower.
Restored Me 262 A-1a Warbird:
This aircraft is simply the original FS98/CFS1 (& hense
will not work in FS2004) aircraft of Jan Dec 1998 by Bernd Drefahl
with gauges by Stefan Geissler converted in the FS2002 editor
for flying in FS2002. Original FS98 files included for designer
acknowlegement. This package does not modify any of the original
files, it simply uses the converted files from the editor. Fly
the original v6 Prototype with FS98 panel. Fly the v6 Prototype
or "Screemin Meemie" with my updated flyers panel which for
convience employs a simple FS2002 autopilot based on FS2000
Concorde components (not included). Test flights provided. Packaged
by Ross McLennan. File size 3.4M FILE NAME: Me-262ar.zip Name:
Ross McLennan. 3.3MB
Grumman F3F-2 shipboard fighter.
The F3F-3 "flying barrel" shipboard fighter, was an extremely
strong aircraft, faster and more manoeuvrable than its predecessors.
It handled superbly, snap rolled with exacting precision, and
could three point with any power setting or loading condition.
Its pilots considered it the ultimate biplane. At the beginning
of WW2, there were still 140 Grumman F2F and F3F fighters serving
the U.S. Navy as fighter pilot trainers. The last Grumman biplane
fighter was to remain in service until late in November 1943.
Original model by Paul Clawson. Adapted to CFS2/FS2002 with
new model, air and Dp files with textures for 3 planes by A.F.Scrub.
(Not FS2004 compatible) Dambuster Lancaster (Type 464)
Dambuster Anniversary Flight: Fly my restored Dambuster Lancaster
(Type 464) warbird to the Ruhr Valley and replicate the 1943
attack on the Moehne and Eder Dams. This aircraft is the original
FS98/CFS1 aircraft of January 2000 by Keith Clifford (Lanc15.zip)
as was used in my CFS1 DB Tribute but now converted for flying
in FS2002. The panel update to modern FS2002 instruments still
uses Roger Lowery's RAF662 B1 Lancaster bitmap as ammended for
my CFS1 Dambuster Tribute of Jan 2004. The original Lancaster
files are included for designer acknowlegement and have been
the source files for the conversion in the FS2002 editor. Dams
scenery provided with 3 flights. I wonder if you can qualify
as a 617 Squadron Lancaster pilot, flight engineer, navigator
and bomb aimer or be rejected as not being good enough? Packaged
by Ross McLennan. FILE NAME: Dambust3.zip SIZE: 4.1MB
French Corsair F4U-7. The
model depicts a French F4U-7 from Flotille 15.F, as flown
in Egypt from the "Arromanches" and "Lafayette" with the typical
yellow stripes used during the Suez crisis in 1956. The F4U-7
was exclusively made for the French Marine. A total of 94
planes was produced between 1952 and 1953. France used F4U-7
in Indochina, Suez and Algeria. Original mdl by Guy HULIN.
Adapted with permission for CFS2\Fs2002 with new Mdl, Air,
Dpfiles and textures by A.F.Scrub. 3.2MB
wing update below
AU-1 The AU-1 was a dedicated low-level attack version of
the F4U. It was powered by a R-2800-83WA with a single-stage
supercharger and water injection, that delivered 2800hp at
sea level. More armour was added for the pilot and the engine.
Gross weight rose to almost 10 ton.Performance had, of course,
decreased. The AU-1 was rather unpleasant to fly, but it was
a terrible ground attack plane. Only 111 were built between
February and October 1952. You get 2 models. One grey one
flown in 1957 and a blue one flown in Korea by the "Death
Rattlers". Original mdl by Guy HULIN. Adapted with permission
for CFS2\Fs2002 with new Mdl, Air, Dpfiles and textures by
Folding Wing Update for Corsair AU-1 and F4u7 This update
converts the Corsair AU-1 and F4u7 to Folding wings and Working
tailhook. Under FS2002 the planes directly appear now with
the aircraft types. Replace the original airfile and aircraft.cfg
by the new ones. A.F.Scrub. 51K
Merlin Powered Dambuster Lancaster AJN:
This aircraft is not compatible with FS2004 and is specific
to FS2002 unless an update package is provided for FS2004. A
specific aircraft.cfg file written specifically to reflect Rolls
Royce Merlin Series XX engine sizes (+16 max boost) and then
hand tuned to meet the Lancaster spec. Available boost reduces
with altitude. The aircraft again uses the original Keith Clifford
Lanc151 airfile unmodified, together with an updated panel layout
the widescreen version of Roger Lowery's RAF662 Lancaster cockpit
art. The resulting sim aircraft can be flown realistically in
FS2002 flight plans fully achieving flight times and fuel consumption.
A simple developement flight from Adelaide YPAD to Changi WSSS
(3216Nm) is also provided. Engine monitoring gauges by Jerry
Beckwith. Packaged by Ross McLennan. FILE NAME: Merlin_DB.zip
Merlin 66 Powered Spitfire MkIX: This
aircraft is NOT compatible with FS2004 and is specific to FS2002
ONLY. The panel has been tested and is FS2004 compliant. A specific
aircraft.cfg file written to reflect Rolls Royce Merlin 66 engine
sizes using 150 octane fuel, +25 max boost and then the aircraft
is hand tuned to meet the assumed Spitfire MkIX spec in FS gear
mode. Based on converting the CFS1 MkIX and using Bob Bongiovanni's
"Display in FS2002" model modification. Original CFS1 airfile
is un modified. The resulting sim aircraft can be flown realistically
in FS2002 flight plans fully achieving flight times and fuel
consumption. Engine monitoring gauges by Jerry Beckwith. Packaged
by Ross McLennan. FILE NAME: Merlin_SP9.zip: 1.7MB.
((not fully fs2004 compatible - if used click no when asked
to disable non compatible stuff)) Restored Dornier Do335M14
aircraft is the original FS98/CFS1 aircraft of March 2000
by Bernd Rossner, gauges by Stefan Geissler, HGHB, Andreas
Jaros FPDA and sound by Bernd Drefahl (Dornier335m14.zip)
converted for flying in FS2002. The original files are included
for designer acknowlegement and are the source files for the
conversion in the FS2002 editor. In this aircraft the output
files have been modified to improve flying. Fly with the original
panel layout or with my updated flyers panel which for convience
employs a simple autopilot based on FS2000 Concorde components
(concorde gauge here).
Test flights provided. Packaged by Ross McLennan. FILE NAME:
Do335r.zip SIZE: 3.2MB
Daimler Benz DB603 Engines for the Do335: This update
powers the Do335 with representative DB engines. Revised aircraft
file and panel layout to include engine monitor gauges by
Jerry Beckwith and my "Pack of Cards" Flight Plans. Packaged
by Ross McLennan. FILE NAME: Do335r_DB.zip SIZE: 285K
Hughes H-1, "The World's Fastest Airplane" -
The FSDS aircraft model and the panel are the original work
of Dave Carroll. I put the instrument panels together using
CFG Edit. The gauges are FS2000 (Professional Edition) default
except for the Sperry MK III by Bill Rambow and Arne Bartels.
Their released files are in the panel.h1.M3 gauges directory.
The sound set is by Mike Hambly, Sound Designer (Blue Arrow).
His readme is included in the sound directory. 7.3MB
2002 Pro Griffon 65 Powered Spitfire PR MkXIX .
The photorecon version of the Spitfire F Mk XIV was designated
the PR Mk XIX. Identical except for additional fuel and tank
switching. Simulated Rolls Royce Griffon 65 with operating data
derived from "AP 1565 T&W-PN 2nd edition, Pilots Notes for Spitfire
XIV & XIX" using the FS2002 Pro Spitfire Mk XIV with sliding
bubble canopy by Andrew C. Wai. Artwork painted by Alessandro
Biagi. Engine performance was setup using monitoring gauges
by Jerry Beckwith. The aircraft file HAS NOT been optimized
for use with FS2004. PANEL: New layout based on AP 1565 Figure
1, includes Mk XIX tank switching and modern era autopilot update.
Useable with Mk XIV and other Spitfires. Panel optimized for
FS2004 is not supplied with this download. Packaged for Mk XIX
by Ross McLennan for FS2002. Filename: Spt_PR19.zip 2.1MB
The Historic Warbirds Collection.
This file provides new aircraft.cfg files for my previously
uploaded FS2002 "restored" warbirds (above). The aircraft will
then appear under the classification of "Historic Warbirds"
rather than separately under each manufacturer. Covers only
the Dambuster Lancasters, Dornier 335, Me262, Spitfires IX &
XIX (torpedo tank activated). The PD51D & PR Mk XI Spitfire
will be uploaded into the same collection. A package by Ross
McLennan for FS2002 only. FILE NAME: HWC.zip SIZE: 52KB.
P51D With Packard Merlin V-1565-7: Not
suitable for FS2004. Aircraft based on converting the CFS1
P51D and using Bob Bongiovanni's "Display in FS2002" model modification.
Aircraft file manually adjusted to represent a Packard Merlin
V-1565-7 engine using monitoring gauges by Jerry Beckwith. THE
PANEL: Restored Historic Aircraft panels can be quite different
from those of the war years (see provided images). If your paying
a millon bucks for the aircraft then you have the right to design
a panel using modern instruments for safe flying in the 21st
century. Packaged as part of the Historic Warbirds Collection
which is dedicated to those who own and maintain such aircraft
by Ross McLennan. FILE NAME: P51D_PM7.zip SIZE: 1.9M.
Spitfire PR XI:
Not suitable for FS2004. Aircraft based on converting the CFS1
MkIX and using Bob Bongiovanni's "Display in FS2002" model modification.
Even though not used for the Dambuster photo recon missions
this aircraft has a simulated Rolls Royce Merlin 70 engine,
the high altitude version of the Merlin 66. The light weight
PR sim is tuned to fly at 30000ft with a maximum speed of 408mph.
With blister tanks the Mk XI had a fuel capacity of up to 476
USG and a sim range of 1587Nm. Monitoring gauges by Jerry Beckwith.
THE PANEL: Not suitable for FS2004 is an updated version of
my Spitfire IX or XVI panel with taxi views AND an option so
the pilot can fly accurately to take photographs of the ground.
THE FLIGHT: A Dambuster Photo Recon Flight from RAF Benson on
the 17 May 1943 is included (celebrate it this year!). Packaged
as part of the Historic Warbirds Collection by Ross McLennan.
FILE NAME: PR11_DB.zip SIZE: 2.3MB
JU52 Retro Restore Project Pt 1 of 2:
A project to fly the FS2004 v6 Junkers JU52 (with wheels) in
FS2002. Retro-Restoration from FS2004 back to FS2002 is under
license from the JU52 Factory, Managing Director: Pierino Primavesi.
Thank you Mr Primavesi for your very liberal approach allowing
others to change and modify the factory product provided the
outcome remains freeware. The factory v6 FS2004 JU52 aircraft
are the best since CFs2 and FS2002 flyers have, until now, missed
out. You can fly directly from the FS2004 v6 virtual cockpit
in FS2002 without returning to the 2D panel to change settings
or look at the GPS map. Fly to a FS2002 flight plan for time
and fuel consumtion, day or night. Instructions, documentation,
and test flights provided. This part only activates v6 D-ANOY
using a version 3 panel with no GPS and a fly and hold autopilot.
Freeware and packaged in 2 parts by Ross McLennan. FILE NAME:
PART 2 of the JU52 RETRO-RESTORE PROJECT:
This part of the project activates the aircraft HB-HOS IWC.
A splashScreen and 3 panel designs are provided. You can fly
directly from the FS2004 version 6 virtual cockpit in FS2002
without returning to the 2D panel to change settings or look
at the GPS map. Thank you to Mr Primavesi for your very liberal
approach allowing others to change and modify the factory product
provided the outcome remains freeware. Documentation and instructions
in Part 1. Freeware and packaged by Ross McLennan. FILE NAME:
JU_Retro_Pt2.zip : 5.4MB
JU52 Retro Restore Project Pt3.
Welcome to Part 3 of the Retro-Restore Project (FS2004 to FS2002).
This zip file contains additional files for the project. Although
a separate self contained float plane you require part 1 for
gauges and instructions. Packaged by Ross McLennan. 7.1MB
Spitfire Mk XI:
The Mk XI was a reconnaissance aircraft based on a combination
of features from the marks VII, VIII and IX. The PR.Mk.XI variant,
the last one of the Spitfires with Merlin engine, was the most
important allied reconnaissance airplane on the European front,
being used by the RAF and the USAF, flying missions alone and
unarmed at distant objectives as far as Berlin. Spit Mk XI nr
EN 409, flown by Squadron Leader Martindale, reached 606 mph
(Mach 0.89) in a 45 degree dive on 27 April 1944. Complete aircraft
by A.F.Scrub. 5.4MB