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FSX features for a pilotable british Navy carrier "HMS Victorious" from 1940. The version is generally a flightsimulation ai-ship, made by Fraser Paterson and Philip Chandler from flyingstations.com. A download there is required (Victorious Early War.exe). Features: Photorealistic panel, sound and airfiles. 7 camera views let you explore the ship: Have external views, see the flight deck or stand high above at the island. Bitmaps and configuration by Erwin Welker
HMS Victorious Early WW2 Fit for FSX (external link)
Posted Jul 14, 2011 04:13 by Erwin Welker
0.06Mb (1963 downloads)
This effect was originally released as freeware by Iris Simulations with their F15E model. Modified to last longer, heat effects only. Start up smoke dissipates in seconds. Jet startup with 900 minutes of heat to add a little more realism to your sim.
Posted Jul 12, 2011 23:24 by T.Marson
0.47Mb (5300 downloads)
FSX flights part 2 for the Space Shuttle Atlantis. At the first flight you do a reentry from the orbit back to the stratosphere with the engines turned off. Glowing flames appears at the windshield of your cockpit. In the external view you will see fireballs dancing around your shuttle. The second flight is the final approach to Cape Canaveral/Florida. The space shuttle Atlantis-1.zip from Bruce Fitzgerald is required. Flights from Erwin Welker.
Posted Jul 10, 2011 07:03 by Erwin Welker
0.77Mb (18460 downloads)
FSX flights for the Space Shuttle Atlantis. First you can perform a launch from Cape Canaveral/Florida. Your Shuttle, standing at the launch tower, is prepared for the lift off (atlantis-1.zip from Bruce Fitzgerald required). You can watch the spectacle as commander through the window from the cockpit or as spotter from external view. After leaving the stratosphere you can release the boosters and the external tank. Now take control of the shuttle. The second flight is in the orbit in upside down position. Now the blue planet is above your head. Bring out the satellite. Flights from Erwin Welker.
Posted Jul 10, 2011 07:00 by Erwin Welker
0.00Mb (2275 downloads)
Fsx mini tute shows you how to add effects to aircraft - for example fire, smoke, light and other effects for any plane or helicopter. By Henrik I.L
Posted May 30, 2011 12:12 by Henrik I.L
0.39Mb (6540 downloads)
FSX BMW 760li FDE If you have ever driven an automobile addon in the FSX scenery, you may have felt that a few things were missing. If so, try this addon ..... It adds a whole new driving experiance. This version is for Hama's BMW 760li visual model (not included), and adds: - Accurate max speed, accelleration and braking, according to real-word specs. - A transmission gearbox: 6-gear Forward, Neutral and Reverse. - Manual and Automatic gear switching, with kickdown function. - Revup/down sound, depending on engine RPM (so dependant on speed and transmission gear). - Accurate steering, at low and high speeds. This includes a non-lineair control of the steering wheel and control axis assignments; both configurable via an .ini file. - ABS, TractionControl and CruiseControl. - Several coded "tricks", like: - Spinning wheels and "doughnuts" at high throttle in 1st Gear. - Drifting/spinning at high speed when steering angle too large. - A visual/audible TireSmoke effect if the above applies. - Brake lights - New engine-RPM and speed gauges. - A horn (claxon) sound. For a full description (required downloads, installation, configuration, etc), see the included README. Requires FSX BMW 760 by Mitsuya Hamaguchi. By Rob Barendregt
Posted May 30, 2011 06:59 by uploader
0.36Mb (2200 downloads)
Buttons and knobs are like any buttons on add-on instruments, keyboard or joystick. When pressed they send an instruction which is understood and translated as a command to FSX and to the FIP if this command acts within the FIP. This tutorial explains how to program them.
Posted May 29, 2011 10:35 by Philippe Verhaege
0.11Mb (356 downloads)
FSX Multiplayer ATC can be a pain sometimes. This is just a simple pdf file that i created to keep flight plans in order without having to keep referring to the chatbox or asking the aircraft what thier flight plan is over and over again. ENJOY
Posted May 28, 2011 12:58 by Jake Kyser