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CFS2-FW-190A8.zip
CFS2-FW-190A8.zip
13.06Mb (68 downloads)
AW FW-190A8 Version 1.1 JUNE 2022 (new propeller animation) Visual model: acwai Texture files: Huub Vink, Phanis, acwai, and Alessandro. Some were modified from an unknown author. Damage profiles: acwai Airfile: by acwai, it was tuned to fight against the stock CFS2 Zero aircraft in the multi-player mode. You can use any FW-190A8 airfiles. 2D panel: captured from the VC, painted by Huub Vink The sound files are not provided, you can download the sound from sim-outhouse. Weapons: I used the text from Daedalus Design Group. Gauges: I modified some of the gauges, I don't know the original designers of those gauges. See the readme.txt in the gauges folder. DISCLAIMER Use this program at you own risks, the author is not responsible for any damages done to your computer. This is a copyrighted freeware program. FREE DISTRIBUTION ONLY. You may upload or post this unmodified aircraft to any web sites. This program can not be posted where a fee of any kind is required or even nagged for. This includes disk distribution or any other kind of fees. It can not be included in a commercial package. Have fun! Andrew acwai@yahoo.com
Posted Jul 15, 2022 15:55 by Andrew
 
F6F-5N_HELLCAT_VF(N)-90
11.74Mb (122 downloads)
Made especially for Hiede's son Micheal Grumman F6F-5N Hellcat VF(N)-90 Unit: VF(N)-90 USS Enerprise (CV-6) January - May, 1945 Pilot: Anon The F6F-5 Hellcat was a further refinement of the successful F6F-3. It had a strengthened airframe, a closer cowl that eliminate the cheek bulges, added permanent rocket pylons under wings, a flat bullet proof front windscreen simplified the front canopy giving a better undistorted image through the gun sight especially at night, and the small rear windows were deleted with a rear view mirror installed as these windows added nothing to the rear view. (Some early dash 5 aircraft still had the rear windows before they were eliminated during production.) The camouflage for all of the F6F-5’s was changed to overall sea blue. It was built in the largest number of Hellcats, some 7,870 being produced. The F6F-5N Hellcat was a modification version of the F6F-5 as a night fighter. It was equipped with an AN/APS 6 radar antenna mounted in a gondola on the right wing. Total production: 1529 of F6F-5N and F6F-5E. Some F6F-5N were armed with two 20 mm AN/M2 cannons and four .50 cal. M2 Browning machine guns in the wings. Credits Captain Kurt: Aircraft model, drop tank, bomb racks, VC, paint textures, panel, aircraft.cfg and .dp Shessi: Pilot figure Kelticheart: Prop blurred texture Microsoft: Gauges and .air file Bombs and rockets used are from Dbolt's db_us_wep_v2.0a package available at Sim-Outhouse.com http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=281&id=6270
Posted Jul 14, 2022 00:25 by Captain Kurt
 
F6F-5_HELLCAT_VF-20
11.54Mb (91 downloads)
Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat VF-20 Unit: VF-20 USS Enerprise (CV-6) Oct, 1944 Pilot: Anon The F6F-5 Hellcat was a further refinement of the successful F6F-3. It had a strengthened airframe, a closer cowl that eliminate the cheek bulges, added permanent rocket pylons under wings, a flat bullet proof front windscreen simplified the front canopy giving a better undistorted image through the gun sight especially at night, and the small rear windows were deleted with a rear view mirror installed as these windows added nothing to the rear view. (Some early dash 5 aircraft still had the rear windows before they were eliminated during production.) The camouflage for all of the F6F-5’s was changed to overall sea blue. It was built in the largest number of Hellcats, some 7,870 being produced. Simple, rugged, and deadly, yet easy to fly, the Hellcat was another product of the Grumman Iron Works. It was larger, heavier, faster, and more powerful than Grumman's F4F Wildcat, and the first American fighter to exceed the performance of the Mitsubishi Zero. Its immense 18-cylinder, 2,000 horsepower radial engine gave it the power to dictate the terms of engagement. Its speed, maneuverability, high-altitude capability, and typical Grumman toughness made it a winner against all comers. Credits Captain Kurt: Aircraft model, drop tank, bomb racks, VC, paint textures, panel, aircraft.cfg and .dp Shessi: Pilot figure Kelticheart: Prop blurred texture Microsoft: Gauges and .air file Bombs and rockets used are from Dbolt's db_us_wep_v2.0a package available at Sim-Outhouse.com http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=281&id=6270
Posted Jul 14, 2022 00:22 by Captain Kurt
 
F6F-5_HELLCAT_VF-12
11.61Mb (62 downloads)
Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat VF-12 Unit: VF-12 USS Randolph (CV-15) February 1945 Pilot: Lt. Hamilton McWhorter III The F6F-5 Hellcat was a further refinement of the successful F6F-3. It had a strengthened airframe, a closer cowl that eliminate the cheek bulges, added permanent rocket pylons under wings, a flat bullet proof front windscreen simplified the front canopy giving a better undistorted image through the gun sight especially at night, and the small rear windows were deleted with a rear view mirror installed as these windows added nothing to the rear view. (Some early dash 5 aircraft still had the rear windows before they were eliminated during production.) The camouflage for all of the F6F-5’s was changed to overall sea blue. It was built in the largest number of Hellcats, some 7,870 being produced. Simple, rugged, and deadly, yet easy to fly, the Hellcat was another product of the Grumman Iron Works. It was larger, heavier, faster, and more powerful than Grumman's F4F Wildcat, and the first American fighter to exceed the performance of the Mitsubishi Zero. Its immense 18-cylinder, 2,000 horsepower radial engine gave it the power to dictate the terms of engagement. Its speed, maneuverability, high-altitude capability, and typical Grumman toughness made it a winner against all comers. Credits Captain Kurt: Aircraft model, drop tank, bomb racks, VC, paint textures, panel, aircraft.cfg and .dp Shessi: Pilot figure Kelticheart: Prop blurred texture Microsoft: Gauges and .air file Bombs and rockets used are from Dbolt's db_us_wep_v2.0a package available at Sim-Outhouse.com http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=281&id=6270
Posted Jul 14, 2022 00:17 by Captain Kurt
 
F6F-5_HELLCAT_VF-19
11.61Mb (59 downloads)
Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat VF-19 Unit: VF-19 "Satan's Kittens" USS Lexington (CV-16) Oct. 25, 1944 Pilot: Ens. A. A. Brauer The F6F-5 Hellcat was a further refinement of the successful F6F-3. It had a strengthened airframe, a closer cowl that eliminate the cheek bulges, added permanent rocket pylons under wings, a flat bullet proof front windscreen simplified the front canopy giving a better undistorted image through the gun sight especially at night, and the small rear windows were deleted with a rear view mirror installed as these windows added nothing to the rear view. (Some early dash 5 aircraft still had the rear windows before they were eliminated during production.) The camouflage for all of the F6F-5’s was changed to overall sea blue. It was built in the largest number of Hellcats, some 7,870 being produced. Simple, rugged, and deadly, yet easy to fly, the Hellcat was another product of the Grumman Iron Works. It was larger, heavier, faster, and more powerful than Grumman's F4F Wildcat, and the first American fighter to exceed the performance of the Mitsubishi Zero. Its immense 18-cylinder, 2,000 horsepower radial engine gave it the power to dictate the terms of engagement. Its speed, maneuverability, high-altitude capability, and typical Grumman toughness made it a winner against all comers. Credits Captain Kurt: Aircraft model, drop tank, bomb racks, VC, paint textures, panel, aircraft.cfg and .dp Shessi: Pilot figure Kelticheart: Prop blurred texture Microsoft: Gauges and .air file Bombs and rockets used are from Dbolt's db_us_wep_v2.0a package available at Sim-Outhouse.com http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=281&id=6270
Posted Jul 13, 2022 12:13 by Captain Kurt
 
F6F3_HELLCAT_VF-19
12.06Mb (71 downloads)
Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat VF-19 Unit: VF-19 "Satan's Kittens" USS Lexington (CV-16) October 1944 Pilot: Lt. Bruce W. Williams Simple, rugged, and deadly, yet easy to fly, the Hellcat was another product of the Grumman Iron Works. It was larger, heavier, faster, and more powerful than Grumman's F4F Wildcat, and the first American fighter to exceed the performance of the Mitsubishi Zero. Its immense 18-cylinder, 2,000 horsepower radial engine gave it the power to dictate the terms of engagement. Its speed, maneuverability, high-altitude capability, and typical Grumman toughness made it a winner against all comers. Credits Captain Kurt: Aircraft model, drop tank, bomb racks, VC, paint textures, panel, aircraft.cfg and .dp Shessi: Pilot figure Kelticheart: Prop blurred texture Microsoft: Gauges and .air file Bombs and rockets used are from Dbolt's db_us_wep_v2.0a package available at Sim-Outhouse.com http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=281&id=6270
Posted Jul 13, 2022 12:06 by Captain Kurt
 
F6F3_HELLCAT_VF-9
12.18Mb (50 downloads)
Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat VF-9 Early production F6F-3 with forwad canted antenna mast. Unit: VF-9 USS Essex (CV-9) August 1943 Simple, rugged, and deadly, yet easy to fly, the Hellcat was another product of the Grumman Iron Works. It was larger, heavier, faster, and more powerful than Grumman's F4F Wildcat, and the first American fighter to exceed the performance of the Mitsubishi Zero. Its immense 18-cylinder, 2,000 horsepower radial engine gave it the power to dictate the terms of engagement. Its speed, maneuverability, high-altitude capability, and typical Grumman toughness made it a winner against all comers. Credits Captain Kurt: Aircraft model, drop tank, bomb racks, VC, painting, panel, aircraft.cfg and .dp Shessi: Pilot figure Kelticheart: Prop blurred texture Microsoft: Gauges and .air file Bombs and rockets used are from Dbolt's db_us_wep_v2.0a package available at Sim-Outhouse.com http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=281&id=6270
Posted Jul 13, 2022 12:05 by Captain Kurt
 
F6F3_HELLCAT_VF-2
12.05Mb (60 downloads)
Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat VF-2 Unit: VF-2 USS Hornet (CV-12) March - September 1944 Simple, rugged, and deadly, yet easy to fly, the Hellcat was another product of the Grumman Iron Works. It was larger, heavier, faster, and more powerful than Grumman's F4F Wildcat, and the first American fighter to exceed the performance of the Mitsubishi Zero. Its immense 18-cylinder, 2,000 horsepower radial engine gave it the power to dictate the terms of engagement. Its speed, maneuverability, high-altitude capability, and typical Grumman toughness made it a winner against all comers. Credits Captain Kurt: Aircraft model, drop tank, bomb racks, VC, paint textures, panel, aircraft.cfg and .dp Shessi: Pilot figure Kelticheart: Prop blurred texture Microsoft: Gauges and .air file Bombs and rockets used are from Dbolt's db_us_wep_v2.0a package available at Sim-Outhouse.com http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=281&id=6270
Posted Jul 13, 2022 11:44 by Captain Kurt
 
F6F3_HELLCAT
11.81Mb (90 downloads)
Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat Direct replacement for the stock CFS2 Hellcat - uses M$oft stock bombs and rockets, and no unit markings. Simple, rugged, and deadly, yet easy to fly, the Hellcat was another product of the Grumman Iron Works. It was larger, heavier, faster, and more powerful than Grumman's F4F Wildcat, and the first American fighter to exceed the performance of the Mitsubishi Zero. Its immense 18-cylinder, 2,000 horsepower radial engine gave it the power to dictate the terms of engagement. Its speed, maneuverability, high-altitude capability, and typical Grumman toughness made it a winner against all comers. Credits Captain Kurt: Aircraft model, drop tank, bomb racks, VC, paint textures, panel, aircraft.cfg and .dp Shessi: Pilot figure Kelticheart: Prop blurred texture Microsoft: Gauges and .air file
Posted Jul 13, 2022 11:41 by Captain Kurt
 
CFS2-BF-109G6-2
CFS2-BF-109G6-2
34.84Mb (96 downloads)
BF-109G6 with CANNONS VER 1.2 (new propeller animation) Visual model : acwai Textures : Phanis (oddysopitos@yahoo.com) The rudder without the swastika is also included. Damage profiles : acwai Airfile by : acwai, it was tuned to fight against the stock CFS2 Zero aircraft in the multi-player mode. You can use any BF-109G6 airfiles. 2D panel: acwai The sound files are not provided, you can use the sound from the BF-109G6 by the Daedalus Design Group. The drop fuel tank, centerline pylons and 250kg bomb used in the DP file are also designed by them. The 50kg bombs and rockets are designed by Simtech. Special animation (CFS2 Wingfold key) : Shift+W to open/close the engine cover. DISCLAIMER Use this program at you own risks, the author is not responsible for any damages done to your computer. This is a copyrighted freeware program. FREE DISTRIBUTION ONLY. You may upload or post this unmodified aircraft to any web sites. This program can not be posted where a fee of any kind is required or even nagged for. This includes disk distribution or any other kind of fees. It can not be included in a commercial package. Have fun! Andrew acwai@yahoo.com
Posted Jul 12, 2022 01:05 by Andrew Wai
 
 
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