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CFS2
            Overhauled AI SBD2 Dauntless
6.18Mb (1479 downloads)
CFS2 Overhauled AI SBD2 Dauntless Replacement files for the Stock MS Dauntless. Includes overhauled MS-model file. DBolt's upgraded propellor. Modified Interior with Virtual Cockpit and Working Gauges. Rear gun and cowel flap fixes. Two sets of De-mirrored textures. The B24Guy . 6.3MB
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CFS2
            Messerschmitt Bf109H-1 Package
9.85Mb (499 downloads)
CFS2 Messerschmitt Bf109H-1 Package. This is CFS2 conversion from a FSDS V2 model for FS2004 produced by David Hanvey and Paul Barry based on Paul Rebuffat's single seater 109s. Airfile for CFS2 by Peperez with a lot of advices from Joachim Schmidt. 10.1MB
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CFS2/FS2002/FS2004
            PB2Y-2 Variant Coronado
4.45Mb (231 downloads)
CFS2/FS2002/FS2004 PB2Y-2 Variant Coronado. FSDSv2 model created by Jim Jacobson. 4.5MB
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CFS2/FS2002/FS2004
            PB2Y-5H Variant Coronado
4.02Mb (427 downloads)
CFS2/FS2002/FS2004 PB2Y-5H Variant Coronado FSDSv2 model created by Jim Jacobson. 4.1MB
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2.62Mb (339 downloads)
CFS2 Blohm & Voss BV 238 Flying Boat. . The Blohm & Voss BV 238 was a flying boat used in World War II. It was the heaviest aircraft ever flown when it first flew in 1944, and physically was the largest aircraft produced by any of the Axis powers in World War II. The BV 238 V1 prototype first flew on March 11, 1944 after a first jump on March 10th, 1944. Six 1750 hp (1.287 MW) DB 603 V12 engines built by Daimler-Benz were used in total, arranged in three forward facing integrated engine nacelles in a row on each wing. Model and textures by Richard Alexander van Hien (Payakan). CFS2 conversion Pepe Rezende. 2.7MB
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CFS2/FS2002/FS2004
            PB2Y-5 Coronado
4.28Mb (691 downloads)
CFS2/FS2002/FS2004 PB2Y-5 Coronado FSDSv2 model by Jim Jacobson. 4.4MB
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7.96Mb (388 downloads)
CFS2 BV 138 C1 Patrol Flying Boat The first of the 227 standard service model, BV 138 C-1, began service in March 1941. Although various versions of the aircraft carried a variety of armament,The BV 138 MS variant carried a degaussing device, a hoop with the same diameter as the length of the fuselage and field-generating equipment, instead of weapons.Model and textures by Richard Alexander van Hien (Payakan). CFS2 conversion Pepe Rezende. Panel by Joachim Schmidt. 8.1MB
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8.02Mb (260 downloads)
CFS2 BV 138 MS Patrol Flying Boat Mine Sweeper Version The first of the 227 standard service model, BV 138 C-1, began service in March 1941. Although various versions of the aircraft carried a variety of armament,The BV 138 MS variant carried a degaussing device, a hoop with the same diameter as the length of the fuselage and field-generating equipment, instead of weapons.Model and textures by Richard Alexander van Hien (Payakan). CFS2 conversion Pepe Rezende. Panel by Joachim Schmidt. 8.2MB
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
CFS2
            DO216 Patrol/Cargo Flying Boat
3.60Mb (730 downloads)
CFS2 DO216 Patrol/Cargo Flying Boat. Dornier developed this flying boat project after their Do P.192/ Do 214 project was cancelled by the RLM in June 1943. It started its design life under the designation P.174/I, but was given the Do 216 number by the RLM later. Intended for an anti-shipping role. The Do 216 was manned by a crew of ten, and there were to be seven remote-controlled gun stations located at various place along the fuselage. Offensively, the 216 could carry up to a 5000 kg (11020 lbs) weapons load, which included various guided weapons mounted in underwing racksModel and textures by Richard Alexander van Hien (Payakan). CFS2 conversion Pepe Rezende. Panel by Hauke Keitel. 3.7MB
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CFS2
            Fritz Koolhoven FK.58.
6.50Mb (533 downloads)
CFS2 Fritz Koolhoven FK.58. Design in three weeks FK.58 first prototype flew on July 17, 1938. The French placed an order for 50 planes in January, 1939, and the Dutch also placed an order for 36 planes based on the performance of the second prototype (the first having been destroyed in a crash) in 1940. French planes used an Gnome & Rhone 14N 1,035HP engine. Dutch planes would used a Bristol Taurus 1,050HP engine. Model and textures by Richard Alexander van Hien (Payakan). CFS2 conversion Pepe Rezende. 6.6MB
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive