0.57Mb (5492 downloads)
2nd version of my configuration update for F-16 Fighting Falcon by Kirk Olson (usviper.zip). - COG position - weights (emty, max take off) - position of weights (pilot, pylons, bullets) - flight dynamics - volume and position of tanks - parameters of engines (position, fuel flow, time of reaktion, thrust) - contact points (more exactly defined + added some more).
Posted Dec 11, 2009 05:29 by Michal Lubiscak
0.11Mb (3696 downloads)
2nd version of my configuration update for F-15 Eagle by CORAL. - COG position (very important value for behavior of any airplane ...) - weights (emty, max take off) - position of weights (pilot, pylons, bullets) - flight dynamics - volume and position of tanks - parameters of engines (position, fuel flow, time of reaktion, thrust) - contact points (more exactly defined + added some more) - "eye" position and few more details ...
Posted Dec 11, 2009 05:26 by Michal Lubiscak
5.21Mb (4167 downloads)
This is an update for FS 9 of the Alphasim Su-47 Berkut. I have updated the flight dynamics, added switches and toggle icons to the panel, removed the spoiler, and changed the afterburner effects. This aircraft has both a 2D and 3D cockpit. This is the whole aircraft. The flight dynamics and the panel will not work in FSX acceleration. This update is only for those who did not already download my previous update of this aircraft. This one has my own afterburner burner effects, instead of the burner effects in the previous update.
Posted Dec 7, 2009 08:18 by Bob Chicilo
1.90Mb (6143 downloads)
Photoreal Textures featuring the well know "Patrouille de France. By Jonathan "Rooster" Hilaire . Requires the original model by LCO, JP Bourgeois, Jean-Pierre Langer, Jean-Pierre Bourgeois, Benoit M. Dube
Posted Nov 23, 2009 08:30 by Jonathan Hilaire
1.72Mb (7030 downloads)
This an Alphajet Photoreal Repaint from the AJeTS (Advanced Jets Training School) where both French and Belgian Pilots Train. For Laurent Correia Alphajet. By Jonathan "Rooster" Hilaire.
FS2004 Version:Posted Nov 23, 2009 08:28 by Jonathan Hilaire
46.74Mb (23568 downloads)
FS2004 Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Package for FS2004. The C-130J is the newest version of the Hercules and the only model still in production. Externally similar to the classic Hercules in general appearance, the J model is a very different aircraft. These differences include new Rolls-Royce AE 2100 D3 turboprops with Dowty R391 composite scimitar propellers, digital avionics (including Head-Up Displays (HUDs) for each pilot) and reduced crew requirements, two pilots, one load master, and one crew chief. The C-130J flies faster, higher and further than all previous C-130 models. Full package for FS2004, custom 2D and VC panels with HUD & Garmin avionics. Custom sound, fully animated parts, realistic flight model. Four liveries included - USAF, USCG, RAF and U.S. Marines Blue Angels support aircraft. By Jean-Pierre Brisard and Bob May - Premier Aircraft Design.
Posted Nov 22, 2009 18:51 by email@example.com
11.15Mb (2834 downloads)
Photo realistic textures for the excellent Mirage F1 by Kirk Olsson. By Pablo Diaz.
Posted Nov 7, 2009 02:00 by Frank Safranek
1.07Mb (1290 downloads)
RAF Nimrod MR2 XV266 2009 Anniversary textures only. Updated textures for the Nimrod XV266 in the RAF (UK Air Force) 40th aniversary scheme of the NIMROD. You will require the original UKMil Nimrod MR2
Posted Nov 6, 2009 16:35 by UKMIL
4.60Mb (4699 downloads)
This is another update for FS2004 of the RA-5C Vigilante by Massimo Altieri. I have changed the afterburners, updated the flight dynamics, returned the eyepoint to original settings so the virtual cockpit works, and changed a few things on the panel. The main panel change comes from Daphne and Anthony Eades who reworked the background picture so the bottom two gauges are not cut off. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Oct 25, 2009 22:39 by Bob Chicilo
0.87Mb (858 downloads)
Breguet 1150 Atlantic Germany 50 Jahre MFG3 Textures only for Massimo Taccoli's model (required). Textures by Robin Manhart.
Posted Oct 24, 2009 07:52 by Maximilian Stanchly