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This package includes Ricardo Batalha's aircraft,cfg adjusted for smoother flight, little or no bounce while landing below 150 knots, and also to mach specifications at 30000 feet. Ricardo Batlaha's freeware Mig21 gauge is included so that the higher air speeds can be read (otherwise use Shift + Z).
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Posted May 31, 2010 13:30 by Dana Eng
13.00Mb (13711 downloads)
Made by Ricardo Batalha aka youdontknowxpand This is a beta version of my F-22A that is still under development. Some bugs are still present, there are no gauges with the exception of a HUD, a lot of tweaking is needed yet. Flight dynamics need to be corrected to eliminate any strange behaviour in flight. There are also many other XML animations and details that need to be added. It will be a freeware. Time of release: unknown Made with gmax/FS9 SDK; Tested with FSX acceleration and ENB series. This pack includes the afterburner and G vapor effects, three paintschemes (First Fighter Wing, Ace Combat 4 Mobius 1 and a fictional black texture), the model, sound and a simple HUD panel. It also includes an early repaint file. This doesn't mean the final texture file will be the same as the beta version.
Posted May 22, 2010 08:17 by Ricardo Batalha
123.32Mb (25985 downloads)
Freeware release of the Iris Simulations E.A.P Package adapted to work in FSX. Includes VC (virtual cockpit), and 3 Versions of this jet: Cyclone ES2A, Tempest F2, and the BRITISH AEROSPACE E.A.P. Mach 2+ at FL250 ft. And Cruise Mach 1.45(512 Kias) at FL360. All credit goes to Iris Simulations for this aircraft file! And a big thanks to them!!Please note that this product is freeware and no longer supported by IRIS Flight Simulation Software. Furthermore this aircraft is no longer indicative of the quality of our commercial products.
Posted May 20, 2010 19:38 by T. Marson
4.76Mb (1523 downloads)
This is a variant (model and texture) of the "Vautour" used by the Israeli Air Force with the 101 Squadron during the Six Days War. For this model you will need VIIN FSX V2.zip By Philippe Penot
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Posted May 17, 2010 12:45 by Philippe PENOT
12.64Mb (25431 downloads)
FSX US Navy Boeing KC-135T Drogue Tanker. This is a KC-135 tanker with navy drogue that was adapted for use in FSX. The original FS2004 KC-135T aircraft textures/model from Rok Dolenec was combined with the FSX-ready tanker gauges from Bob Chicilo (for Mike Stone's KC-135 Tanker) to make this useable and flyable within FSX. The tanker gauges include: 2d panel clickable buttons. No VC!, B737 style radio stack, GPS9, throttle quadrant, and autopilot panel. There is also an AI traffic flight plan included within the package that has the KC-135T flight plan: Depart KSAN-KLAS, 1900L Pacific, cruise at FL230/.63 mach (within USAF tanker standards). Return leg departs KLAS-KSAN, 2040L Pacific, FL240/.64 mach. By Christian Snow. (Note: No VC)
Posted May 15, 2010 04:19 by Brandon E
53.41Mb (31950 downloads)
Freeware release of the Iris Simulations YF-22A Lightning II adapted to work in FSX. Updated effects, and panel. Includes VC. All credit goes to Iris Simulations for this aircraft file! And a big thanks to them for thier their generosity!!! Information on flying this aircraft if available may be found on the Flight SimulatorIRIS Manuals. Please note that this product is freeware and no longer supported by IRIS Flight Simulation Software.
Posted May 13, 2010 22:38 by T. Marson
37.95Mb (12041 downloads)
USMC T-33B for FSX . This is a rework of Tim Conrad's T-33A for FSX. Includes new airfile, new cfg and new sounds. The main texture bitmap for the outside has been resized. The USN/USMC operated the T-33 until 1976. The original designation for the USN T-33's was the TO-2, and then changed to TV-2 and in 1962 changed again to T-33B. I've done four variants, a TO-2 assigned to VMIT-20 (Marine Instrument Training Squadron), MCAS El Toro in 1952. The second variant is a TV-2 assigned to HMS-33 (Headquarters and Maintenance Squadron) MCAS El Toro in 1958. The third is a T-33B assigned to VMF-321 in 1964. And the final version is a T-33B assigned to the MARTD (Marine Aviation Reserve Training Detachment) at NAS Andrews in 1976. This last one is painted to represent the last T-33 used by the USMC. MARTD Andrews retired their last one in early 1976. I've swapped a few out with the default Cessna gauges. Please allow all gauges. Tested in FSX SP2 Acceleration. By John Detrick
Posted May 11, 2010 15:04 by Indigo Blue
9.36Mb (28212 downloads)
U2S For FSX. This is the Alphasim U2 Spyplane released for FS9 and now modified so it can be used in FSX. Panel gauges replaced with FSX compatible XML gauges. Features revised 2d and 3d (VC) panels. The Lockheed U-2, nicknamed "Dragon Lady", is a single-engine, very high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft operated by the United States Air Force and previously flown by the Central Intelligence Agency. It provides day and night, very high-altitude (70,000 feet / 21,000 meters), all-weather surveillance. The aircraft is also used for electronic sensor research and development, satellite calibration, and satellite data validation. Model by Alpha Sim. Updates by Danny Garnier.
Posted May 9, 2010 14:20 by GARNIER D
11.79Mb (13275 downloads)
Works in FSX and FS2004. ALPHA_SAAB_Draken_FS9.zip. The Saab 35 Draken (Draken is Swedish for "The Kite", but can also mean "The Dragon") is a fighter aircraft manufactured by Saab between 1955 and 1974. The Draken was built to replace the Saab J 29 Tunnan and, later, the fighter variant (J 32B) of the Saab 32 Lansen. The indigenous J 35 was an effective supersonic Cold War fighter that was also successful as an export product. Doing some Spring cleaning at Alphasim. Removing a few titles from the catalog to make them available as freeware releases. Here is our SAAB Draken for FS2004. 3 models, 4 textures. Includes panel and gauges.
Posted May 9, 2010 10:53 by Chris Evans
3.78Mb (1582 downloads)
Repaint of VAQ-132 Scorpions CAG. F/A-18C Hornet using Acceleration default F-18. Textures only.
Posted May 7, 2010 13:18 by Ray Gagnon