18.65Mb (9938 downloads)
This is a complete simulation of the Piaggio PD-808. It includes advanced engine management, realistic systems, and some failure modelling. The model features a complete 3-D virtual cockpit,and a 2-D panel. Sounds are included. The external model features all typical animations plus a load of custom ones. Also includes all custom special effects, including different selectable floodlights for the virtual cockpit (by simply flicking ON the proper light switch on the cockpit itself). Plus with a fly-on-the-numbers flight dynamics file. Includes full documentation. THIS IS THE FSX RELEASE. IT WILL NOT WORK PROPERLY WITH FS-2004. THERE IS ALSO A FS2004 RELEASE THAT WILL NOT WORK PROPERLY WITH FSX. This is the "RM" variant of the aircraft and base package. Other PD-808 variants will come next. This base package with the RM version will be needed for these to work properly. By Mario Noriega
Posted Jan 27, 2009 07:17 by Mario Noriega
49.89Mb (15144 downloads)
This is Mike Stone's FS9 Cessna 337 Super Skymaster / 02 Modified For FSX as a U S Army Cessna 02 painted in a low luster OD Green. The O-2 is a military version of the Cessna Model 337 Super Skymaster. Distinguished by twin tail booms and tandem-mounted engines, it features a tractor-pusher propeller arrangement. Derived from the Cessna Model 336, the Model 337 went into production for the civilian market in 1965. In late 1966, it was selected as a military variant, designated the O-2, to supplement the O-1 Bird Dog forward air controller (FAC) aircraft then operating in Southeast Asia. Having twin engines enabled the O-2 to absorb more ground fire and still return safely, endearing it to its crews. The O-2 first flew in Jan. 1967 and production deliveries began in March. Production ended in June 1970 after 532 O-2s had been built. No VC (No virtual cockpit) uses a default Twin Panel . Modifications and textures by Mark Rooks of RSDG Aircraft
Posted Jan 26, 2009 05:25 by Mark Rooks
8.64Mb (3570 downloads)
Textures only for Team FS KBT's P-3C Orion package. Original model by Daisuke Yamamoto and Hiroaki Kubota VP-56 "Dragons" is a now inactive squadron based out of Jacksonville NAS.
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Posted Jan 19, 2009 00:24 by Neal Newbill
19.57Mb (50929 downloads)
This is Alphasim's SR-71 Blackbird Freeware release. Modified for Flight Simulator X .This is # 61-7958 now on display at Robins AFB in central Georgia, where she has been restored to her original "high-observable" paint scheme, with the addition of the Ichi Ban banner that only 61-7974 ever sported. As a tribute to the last SR-71 Blackbird to be lost. Textures and FSX Updates by Mark Rooks of RSDG Aircraft includes the FSX panel by Steve Hess.. Also included are pictures and history of the original aircraft. Aircraft entitled " ICHI BAN "
Posted Jan 11, 2009 06:33 by Mark Rooks
9.07Mb (16475 downloads)
F-111 Aardvark in 494 Panthers and Night Attack liveries. Model adapted from the FS2004 F-111 by Mike Stone. Uses 2d F104 panel by Marco Spada. Textures by Mark Rooks. No virtual cockpit (No VC).
Posted Jan 8, 2009 07:30 by Uploader
0.00Mb (5262 downloads)
(Bad Filename fixed)This is a radio update for the FSX Acceleration F-18. I've been in dozens of multiplayer sessions where there were F18's, not able to tune, and contact ATC. I always thought this was a shame, so now I added a simple radio in the F18. Readme included. NOTE: you must have the F18 hornet from FSX Acceleration Pack! Made by: Jonathan Koch Hougaard.
Posted Jan 4, 2009 06:29 by admin
12.41Mb (14776 downloads)
This is an update of the Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter by Kazunori Ito, Simone Prattico, Erick Cantu, JR, Manolo Machuca Medina, Jim Johnson, Gianfranco Michele, Zach Smith (Saratoga) and Martin Standaert. All credits are for them. I have just reworked the panel and gauges in order for them to work in FSX, added the thumbnail pictures, an afterburner effect (working with the landing light switch) and the camera external views for FSX. 3 different aircraft (single or two seats). No VC. Update by Patrice Grange. Credit to the authors.
Posted Jan 1, 2009 16:56 by Patrice Grange