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AF Scrub N-3PB Nomad  Modified for CFS2
AF Scrub N-3PB Nomad  Modified for CFS2
5.26Mb (467 downloads)
The Northrop N-3PB Nomad was a single-engined American floatplane of the 1940s. Northrop developed the N-3PB as an export model based on the earlier Northrop A-17 design. A total of 24 were purchased by Norway, but were not delivered until after the Fall of Norway during the Second World War. Exiled Norwegian forces used them from 1941, operating from Iceland, for convoy escort, anti-submarine patrols, and training purposes from "Little Norway" in Canada.
Posted Oct 16, 2011 05:04 by Pepe Rezende
 
Bf109E-7 Trop
Bf109E-7 Trop
7.78Mb (871 downloads)
This is a second attempt at the Bf 109 I made last year. This model has drastically improved shape and function. The VC has been 3D'ed as well as I could get it. I'm planning for a payware version to be out sometime this year. Improvements to this model over the last include a better pilot figure, better gauges, more moving parts including stick and rudder pedals and canopy, improved nav gear placement. Also a detailed checklist has been compiled and a suggested keymap in the flight "notes."
Posted Sep 4, 2011 08:43 by vincent farnham
 
F Giulli Caproni Vizzola F6
F Giulli Caproni Vizzola F6
7.63Mb (299 downloads)
The genesis of the F.6 design was the desire to adapt the airframe of the Caproni Vizzola F.5 fighter to mount the German Daimler-Benz DB 605A liquid-cooled inverted V12 engine. Shortly after Caproni began to design the F.6M, it began work on a second F.6 prototype, this one designed to use the Isotta-Fraschini R.C.25/60 Zeta 24-cylinder X-type engine and designated the F.6Z, with "Z" standing for Zeta.
Posted Aug 28, 2011 15:29 by Pepe Rezende
 
Spitfire F Mk22
Spitfire F Mk22
17.19Mb (1240 downloads)
The end of the Spitfire line is found in two very similar aircraft, the Mk.22 and the Mk.24. Differences between the two were minor at best but both featured a redesigned high loading wing first found on the Mk. 21 and had enlarged rudders and fins. The rear fuselage was cut down to improve visibility. Only 278 Mk.22s were manufactured before production changed over to the Mk.24. Original by A F Scrubb
Posted Jul 25, 2011 19:42 by
 
CFS2 F Giulli F5
6.17Mb (399 downloads)
Since from the inception, the F.5 did not show the shortcomings that affected its competitors (Fiat G.50 and Macchi C.200); on the contrary, it showed a number of advantages like, for example, a better climb speed.
Posted Jul 25, 2011 06:48 by Pepe Rezende
 
F_Giulli_Reggiane_2003
3.70Mb (282 downloads)
The Reggiane Re.2003 was a development from the Reggiane Re.2002 fighter bomber that first flew on 29 June 1941. It was designed to replace the outdated IMAM Ro.37 used at the time. Unlike the Reggiane Re.2002, it had room for a second crewman who sat behind the pilot. It was equipped with onboard camera equipment.
Posted Jun 26, 2011 04:58 by Pepe Rezende
 
F_Giulli_Reggiane_2003
3.70Mb (166 downloads)
The Reggiane Re.2003 was a development from the Reggiane Re.2002 fighter bomber that first flew on 29 June 1941. It was designed to replace the outdated IMAM Ro.37 used at the time. Unlike the Reggiane Re.2002, it had room for a second crewman who sat behind the pilot. It was equipped with onboard camera equipment.
Posted Jun 24, 2011 08:17 by Pepe Rezende
 
F_Giulli_Piaggio_P119_CB
1.98Mb (218 downloads)
Co-Beligerante Italian Air Force plane. You need F_Giulli_Piaggio_P119.zip avaiable here: http://simviation.com/1/download-file?file=F_Giulli_Piaggio_P119.zip&fileId=36681
Posted May 22, 2011 11:49 by Pepe Rezende
 
F_Giulli_Piaggio_P119_ANR
2.11Mb (199 downloads)
For some misterously reason, it was not included in the previous pack. You need F_Giulli_Piaggio_P119.zip cause panel is alliased to it.
Posted May 21, 2011 16:50 by Pepe Rezende
 
F_Giulli_Piaggio_P119
F_Giulli_Piaggio_P119
5.58Mb (337 downloads)
The Piaggio P.119 was a cantilever monoplane, constructed completely of metal, with a conventional wide undercarriage. It had a forward-mounted cockpit, with the weapons mounted just behind the three-blade propeller. Air intakes for cooling were fitted under the nose. It had advanced construction for the time, with many removable panels for internal inspection. The number of components were reduced to a minimum, and also standardized, to make construction as easy as possible. No other Italian aircraft was so advanced in these details.
Posted May 21, 2011 16:34 by Pepe Rezende