10.20Mb (1090 downloads)
The Rogozarski IK-3 was a small, agile fighter with enclosed cockpit and all retractable landing gear. At the beginning of the April war, only 6 out of 12 IK-3 from the first production series were operational. The IK-3s put up a valiant resistance against the Luftwaffe, scoring a number of "kills" before they were finally destroyed in combat Credits: Model by William Dickens Airfile by Pedro Paulo Rezende Panel by Pedro Paulo Rezende Textures adapted by W. Dickens Hispano-Suiza Sound Pack by Lawdog2360 Prop Textures by Kelticheart
Posted Mar 14, 2010 13:06 by William Dickens
0.01Mb (683 downloads)
The attached Aircraft.cfg file will properly position the illumination effect (fx_vclight.fx) for VC instrument lighting in the cockpit. Replace the existing TR_Bf110_C cfg file with this one and paste the fx file in the EFFECTS folder.
Posted Mar 14, 2010 01:17 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
6.18Mb (2482 downloads)
This is a final upgrade (yes, I mean it this time) version of my original model of the Messerschmidt BF110C. The improvements include: newly textured DVC, new nine-loadout DP featuring GC German weps, tweaked panel.cfg, new texture by SopwithC, newly textured crew bodies, a little shine on the MDL and corrected pilot's body anamoly. Installation: After unzipping the download, place the TR_Bf110_C folder in your CFS2/Aircraft folder, and place all of the gauges from the Gauges folder in your CFS2/Gauges folder. That's it. This is freeware but must not be uploaded to other sites or modified without permission. Enjoy.
Posted Mar 13, 2010 06:48 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
5.23Mb (1209 downloads)
This is a final upgrade version of my original model of the Messerschmidt BF110C, which was used in the Battle of Britain. The primary improvement is a very detailed DVC by Bismarck13, William Dickens. The model has breakable parts and is multi-LOD for good FPS, It features full animation, except for the canopy, including steerable tailwheel. She has a nice 2-D panel by Paul Metcalf with AP,ADF and GPS panels. Her skin is from ZG26 by Sopwith Chameleon, who has done a number of alternate skins...all of which should fit this new version: http://sopwithc.wetpaint.com The 110C serves as a great player aircraft. She will also serve very nicely as an AI...and give you a hell of a fight. Installation: After unzipping the download, place the TR_Bf110_C folder in your CFS2/Aircraft folder, and place all of the gauges from the Gauges folder in your CFS2/Gauges folder. That's it. This is freeware but must not be uploaded to other sites or modified without permission. Enjoy.
Posted Mar 11, 2010 04:36 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
0.04Mb (633 downloads)
The download contains updated DPs for the TR_A-26B&C and the TR_B-26B_KW that replace the standard US torpedo with my late war MK XIII Torp that can be dropped from much higher altitudes and speeds. The MK XIII Torp (Page 13)is required and is available here: http;//www.simviation.com/simviation/download.php?ID=7727
Required files:required file
Posted Mar 6, 2010 17:32 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
3.56Mb (1324 downloads)
The A-26 Invader, a late arrival in WWII, continued to serve into the 1950s as the B-26B (the original B-26 Marauder having been scrapped). This model represents the B-26B solid nose attack bomber that served in Korea. She has all the features of the previous models, plus the new SID crew figures, and is wearing the skin of Martha Ann, 3rd BG, Korea, '52. The skin is by Sopwith Chameleon ( http://sopwithc.wetpaint.com ). The panel by Mike Eustace (PLEASE READ THE PANEL INSTRUCTIONS)...includes Korean GPS. Weapons by Dbolt. Gauges, weapons and crew figures included. To install, simply place all files from the download into the corresponding folders/subfolders of your CFS2 main directory. This is freeware, but must not be uploaded to other sites or modified without permission. Enjoy!
Posted Mar 6, 2010 15:54 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
2.90Mb (985 downloads)
The TR_A-26C medium bomber is a straight-forward adaptation of my solid-nose A-26B. This model followed the B into service in the Pacific and more commonly in Europe during the last months of the war. This particular aircraft served with the 86th BS, 47th BG, Italy, '45. The glass-nose C served in mixed squadrons with the solid-nose Bs, and also with their predecessor, the A-20. This model is equipped with the a complex panel and bombsight by Mike Eustace. I urge you to read the Panel Instructions and the Bombardier Guide on how to take advantage of these features. The GPS gauge included is for Korea, but any gauge can be substituted in the Panel.CFG file and will fit into the panel nicely. The skin is by the incomparable Sopwith Chameleon, the weapons by Dbolt and the crew figures by Martin Wright. To install simply place all files from the download into the corresponding folders/subfolders of your CFS2 Main Directory. This is freeware, but must not be uploaded to other sites or modified without permission. Enjoy.
Posted Mar 5, 2010 21:35 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
4.48Mb (1100 downloads)
In an attempt to increase performance while avoiding the overheating problems of the VK-107 and VK-108 liquid cooled engine variants, the single "Yak-3M-82" was built, fitted with the Shvetsov M-82 two-row fourteen cylinder radial engine, used on the La-5 fighter, and first flown in May 1945. Performance was very good and the aircraft was extremely agile, but with jet fighters coming on line, there was no push to develop the concept further, and the project was abandoned in October 1945. One test pilot classified it “as the most manoeuvrable fighter in the world” after one flight.
Posted Mar 2, 2010 08:37 by Pedro Paulo Rezende
3.21Mb (1090 downloads)
The Curtiss Seahawk (SC-1) was an American single-seater ship borne scout aircraft of the Second World War first flown in 1944.It entered service in late 1944 and served to the end of WW2 and for several months afterward. The Curtiss Seahawk was a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by a Wright R-1820-62 9-cylinder radial air-cooled engine and armed with two 0.50 inch calibre machine-guns mounted in the wings. From the original by A.F. Scrub - adapted by Pedro Paulo Rezende
Posted Mar 1, 2010 08:30 by Pedro Paulo Rezende