95.63Mb (1709 downloads)
FSX/P3D>v4 General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon Package. This is the P3Dv4 stock ai F16 model with the added TeamKBT F2 interior model and compatible with P3D versions up to V4.*. This AI aircraft comes from P3D4, it is quite a good ai model. No opening window and fly carefully as it it pretty quick! Other updates, views, levels, etc by Chris Evans. Tested in P3D4 but should be fine in FSX and earlier P3D versions.
Posted May 9, 2019 09:58 by chris evans
59.68Mb (2349 downloads)
FSX/P3D>v4 Lockheed C130 Hercules Package. This is the P3Dv4 stock ai model with the added Nimrod interior model by Brian Franklin modified with gauges updated to be compatible with P3D versions up to V4.*. This allows the aircraft to be flyable adding a VC and useable 2d panel. This AI aircraft comes from P3D4, it is quite a good ai model. Other updates by Chris Evans. Tested in P3D4 but should be fine in FSX and earlier P3D versions.
Posted May 8, 2019 02:55 by chris evans
28.41Mb (935 downloads)
The Rockwell-Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm X-31 was an experimental jet fighter designed to test fighter thrust vectoring technology. It was designed and built by Rockwell and Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm (MBB), as part of a joint US and German Enhanced Fighter Maneuverability program to provide additional control authority in pitch and yaw, for significantly more maneuverability than most conventional fighters. An advanced flight control system provided controlled flight at high angles of attack where conventional aircraft would stall or lose control. Two aircraft were built, of which only one has survived. This is an FSX update for the X-31 featuring a dramatically improved VC and a new 2D panel. I've tried to create both panels as closely to the real panel as possible. Automatic exhaust smoke and afterburner effect added. Thanks and credits go to Capt. I. D'Attomo for the original model. New panels and some other improvements by Michael Pook.
Posted May 4, 2019 10:55 by Michael Pook
56.12Mb (1428 downloads)
FSX/P3D>v4 Lockheed KC130 (C130) Hercules Package. FSX Native original AI C130 with the added Nimrod interior model by Brian Franklin with gauges updated to be compatible with P3D versions up to V4.*. This gives the previously aircraft a VC and useable 2d panel. This AI aircraft comes from FS2002, it was converted to FSX native format with MDLX Converter and it is a very basic, but flyable AI model with automatically activated tank hoses. Other updates by Chris Evans. Tested in P3D4 but should be fine in FSX and earlier P3D versions.
Posted Apr 29, 2019 12:14 by chris evans
22.33Mb (758 downloads)
FSX/P3Dv3,v4 Fury FJ-3. North American began work on an uprated version of the Fury with a Wright J65-W-2 Sapphire engine, with the company designation of "NA-194" and Navy designation of "FJ-3". A contract for 389 FJ-3s was awarded to NAA in April 1952. The first production FJ-3 was completed in December 1953. The type was enthusiastically accepted by the Navy. Service deliveries of the FJ-3 began in 1954. An additional contract was placed that year, bringing the total of FJH-3s delivered to 538 before the end of 1956. The type equipped 12 Navy squadrons. FSX/P3Dv3,v4 mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Apr 28, 2019 12:06 by A.F.Scrub
63.37Mb (616 downloads)
The Douglas A-3 Skywarrior was a carrier based US strategic bomber of the cold war. Original design by Alpha Simulation, textures by David R. Stewart, P Lheureux and Russel R. Smith. New panels with VC for wide and standard screen, gauges including GPWS callout by Philippe Wallaert. See the readme.txt file for instructions. Enjoy!
Posted Apr 28, 2019 11:47 by philippe Wallaert
13.41Mb (632 downloads)
This is an update for FSX of the L-29 Delfin by Tim Conrad. I have updated the flight dynamics; it is not so sluggish now. I replaced some gauges and removed some holes in the 2D panel. I added an autopilot and toggle Icon to the 2D panel. I added pictures so the 5 paints would show on the choose the aircraft screen. This is the whole aircraft. There is a working VC.
Posted Apr 22, 2019 09:15 by Bob Chicilo
18.00Mb (1097 downloads)
This is an update for FSX/FS9 of the T-33A by Tim Conrad. This was one of the first aircraft I updated and I don't know why I have not yet updated it for FSX. I have added an autopilot gauge; changed the size of the GPS; added an autopilot icon and moved the GPS icon; the contact points have all been redone as well as the flight dynamics. I changed 3 gauges that did not work in FSX for ones that are default in both FSX and FS9. I fixed the holes that were in the 2D panel by the bottom of the rivets. The holes showed in FSX, I don't think they showed in FS9. This is the whole aircraft. There is a working VC.
Posted Apr 20, 2019 16:03 by Bob Chicilo
4.95Mb (190 downloads)
Croatian Air Force textures for the Ivan Jurcaga MiG 21 MF. The v1 stands for the first version of the livery as there are imperfections in it. For example, the "coat of arms" (in croatian we say "grb") on the right side of the tail is incorrectly placed, the acronymes scattered around the frame aren't in croatian but instead they are in czech, the ones that already come with the paintkit and much more stuff that hasn't been improved/finished. All of that will be fixed in the next version once it comes out. Until then, hope you enjoy this livery as much as I did while making and testing it out!
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Posted Apr 19, 2019 15:40 by Filipe Perhat
9.72Mb (521 downloads)
As with some of my earlier creations, this one too was inspired by the fact that I've built such a model many years back that was produced by a company called ESCI, which is sadly not in existence any more. This project kept me busy for some time as about 95% of the stencilling that can be seen on this model was applied by me after having obtained very trustful information. The paint scheme itself also lends itself well to the Phantom as it looks quite the part in the air. Once again I trust that you’ll enjoy flying it as much as I do. All Credit to the creators of the original package.
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Posted Apr 14, 2019 10:49 by Andre Ludick