10.86Mb (11020 downloads)
Version 1.5 Update includes: Attack RADARs have new colors for better resolution, Ground Track added to Attack Radar, and Ground Targets and Ground Track can be switched on & off. New Website with support forum: http://sites.google.com/site/shess0757/home Sp1,SP2 & Acceleration. This upgrade to Mike Stone's F-111C and F-111F adds a Weapons System Operator Panel with Working TERRAIN FOLLOWING RADAR scope that shows accurate ground mapping ahead of aircraft in 5, 10 or 15 mile ranges, THREAT WARNING DISPLAY shows airborne AI aircraft in 20 or 40 mile ranges, Ground Attack RADAR displays airports as ground targets and ground terrain in ranges of 5,10,30,80 and 200 miles. INS panel displays digital readout of latitude, longitude, and altitude, TFR and TWR gauges automatically change brightness between day and night to match lighting conditions. New Autopilot and Lighting control panels. The aircraft have the missing Nav, Tail and Beacon lights added. The cockpit lighting has been change from white to red and the formation lights have been changed to their correct color. A new afterburner effect has been added. The F-111F has a new texture modeled after the F-111F's that were stationed at RAF Lakenheath, England The F-111C has a new texture modeled after the RAAF 6TH Squadron 60th Anniversary paint. Includes custom gauges by Dietmar Loleit created for this project. Textures, Panels, and effects and Other mods By Steve Hess.
Posted Dec 23, 2009 21:31 by Steve Hess
0.14Mb (7609 downloads)
Aircraft.cfg file and Panel.cfg file to install a new realistic F/A-18 Hornet HUD to Dino Cattaneo's F-14D Tomcat. The HUD has many new features including: 1) Precise ILS and TACAN navigation for aircraft carriers (including moving carriers) that allow carrier landings in low visibility and at night. 2) The HUD symbology is conformal to the outside world: The horizon bar stays on the horizon, velocity vector shows actual flight path as read against the outside world (if you keep your vector pointed at a certain spot on the runway, this is exactly where you will land). 3) Caged mode with ghost vector for use in heavy side wind conditions. By Jivko Rusev.
Posted Dec 12, 2009 12:28 by Jivko Rusev
0.01Mb (6795 downloads)
Aircraft.cfg file and Panel.cfg file to install a new realistic F/A-18 Hornet HUD to Dino Cattaneo's T-45C Goshawk. The HUD has many new features including: 1) Precise ILS and TACAN navigation for aircraft carriers (including moving carriers) that allow carrier landings in low visibility and at night. 2) The HUD symbology is conformal to the outside world: The horizon bar stays on the horizon, velocity vector shows actual flight path as read against the outside world (if you keep your vector pointed at a certain spot on the runway, this is exactly where you will land). 3) Caged mode with ghost vector for use in heavy side wind conditions. A short demo of the T-45C with the new HUD is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Njnw3FwT9s. By Jivko Rusev.
Required files:required file
Requires the FA-18 HUD:find-file?fileId=4846
Posted Dec 8, 2009 21:58 by Jivko Rusev
4.10Mb (4139 downloads)
This is an update for both FS 9 and FSX of the FS 9 Firefox 2 by Owen Smoot, painted by Kurt Beswick. This is my last FS 9 update for it with the following changes: the textures have been changed so they work in FSX as well as FS9, the afterburner effects have been changed. See the read me for how to install in FS9 or FSX. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Dec 8, 2009 12:33 by Bob Chicilo
4.97Mb (7461 downloads)
This is an update for FSX acceleration 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 FS 9. This update is only for those who did not download my original update. The only change here is to my own afterburner burners effect from the effect that was in the original update.
Posted Dec 7, 2009 08:30 by Bob Chicilo
11.53Mb (12951 downloads)
FS2004 / FSX Dassault Mirage III E, Camo paint scheme with virtual cockpit, full package, 5 different weapon loads (including rocket pod, Matra R530 and bombs), by Patrice Grange. The Mirage III is the emblematic French Fighter of the sixties. This one is the Camo version, improved from my previous releases + Virtual Cockpit + animated missile Matra R-530 + 5 different weapon loads. The models has full moving parts and animations (updated control surfaces, gears, spoilers, canopy, pilot ejection, dragchute, animated missile, pilot ladder, guns, ...) + a custom panel + a Virtual Cockpit. By Patrice Grange, December 2009.
Posted Dec 6, 2009 16:35 by Patrice Grange
3.49Mb (2118 downloads)
FA-134 (F-16 Viper) textures only in Belgian Air Force 2009 new solo display livery. Featuring pilot Mitch Beulen. Textures by Niels De Ruyck
Posted Dec 2, 2009 10:26 by Niels De Ruyck
32.99Mb (6029 downloads)
This is a Repaint of David Brice & David Friswell's T-45 Goshawk for modified for Microsoft Flight Simulator X.. This Paint Scheme is of The VT-9 MARINES Tiger Paint Scheme number 165088 VT-9 TW-1.This aircraft includes new Flight dynamics and effects and too many animated parts to name and a new Panel. Textures By Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft pictures of the original Goshawk and BU NO # 165088 history included.. Squadron Motto "We Train Hookers" . This aircraft includes the VC and 2d panel updated by Danny Garnier.
Posted Nov 28, 2009 13:03 by Paul Atreides
19.26Mb (10801 downloads)
BAE Systems T-45C Goshawk Package. Original FS2004 Goshawk with panel, VC and config updates by Danny Garnier. T45C Goshawk: Role: Advanced Trainer & Light Attack Aircraft. Includes Custom Panel, Virtual Cockpit, Sounds & Multi Liveries - US Navy, US Marine Corps, Blue Angels, & more. Model by David Brice & David Friswell DSB Design. Panel updated for FSX with compatible gauges and I changed the contact points so the front wheel sits on the runway. Updated for use with FSX by Danny Garnier.
Posted Nov 28, 2009 12:44 by GARNIER D