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Fix for HMS Hood with weapon switchboard. Now the required gauges are included, the Panel.cfg includes the FSX lookaround configuration and the Smoke effects in the Aircraft.cfg differs correctly for FS2004 and the other simulators. Sorry for inconvienience! Erwin Welker
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Posted May 1, 2018 12:10 by Erwin Welker
16.51Mb (867 downloads)
FSX/Accel/FS2004/P3d.V3 Package battlecruiser HMS Hood. Laid down in 1916, commissioned in 1920, she remained the largest and most powerful warship in the world for twenty years and was the proud of the Royal Navy. Together with the modern battleship Prince of Wales she was sent in May 1941 to intercept Germanys new battleship Bismarck and the heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen. In the battle of Denmark Strait Hood got an deadly hit, exploded and sank within few minutes and lost her whole crew except three men. The package contains two pilotabe vessels, one is with a circling BF-109 and an ai-model. The pilotable version has plenty of animations which can be controled by a switchboard or with the common key commands. Twenty eight camera views let you explore most of the decks. The panel provides 2D views in eight directions plus a virtual view from the flybridge. The ai-model is supposed to be used with the great tool aicarriers2. FSDS-model, panel-, camera- and weapon configuration by Erwin Welker. Weapon switchboard by J.P.Carosin
Posted May 1, 2018 04:04 by Erwin Welker
2.10Mb (402 downloads)
Quality Police Vehicle textures only for Mitsuya Hamaguchi's (Hama) Mitsubishi Pajero. I wanted to create a police car for UK use, but given the constraints of the texture files and my limited abilities, this has turned out a sort of UK / Australian hybrid. More Australian, in fact. Complete with uniformed cop (yep, ..definitely Australian), I've also tidied up the interior a bit. These were created in P3Dv2.5, but should work fine in FSX and FS9 (Not P3Dv4). Textures only - you will need Hama's original Pajero installed.
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Posted Apr 6, 2018 08:00 by Gary Phillips
17.61Mb (703 downloads)
FSX/Acceleration/FS2004/P3d3.5 Package of Vintage Racing Cars. The package contains a Mercedes SSKL from 1931; one of the fastest and powerful cars of that era, a Bugatti 35b from 1927; winning over 1,000 races in its time and as third model a duel between this two racers. All models comes with photorealistic 2D panels and equal VCs; the SSKL even with animated hood and original engine. The FSDS 3.5 models with panels are made by Erwin Welker. The vintage gauges, lights and FDE tuningw are made by Pierre J. Carosin.
Posted Apr 2, 2018 03:33 by Erwin Welker
18.37Mb (896 downloads)
FSX/Accel/FS2004/P3d Soviet Cruiser Slava. Three of ten planned ships of the soviet Slava class were built between 1976-79. With a length of 186 m it carrierd 16 containers for SS-N-12 missiles, 64 vertical launchers for SA-N6 missiles and two twin launchers for SN-4 missiles, a 130 mm twin gun, six 30mm guns plus a Kamov Ka-27 helicopter for anti submarine warfare. The cruiser reaches with a power of 130.000 sHp a speed of 32 knots. After modifications Slava was renamed to Moskva and she and her 2 sisters are still serving the russian navy. The sim model has a lot of animations (controlled by a switchboard) inluding missile launches of all three types and a Kamov Ka-27 helicopter which is deployed out of the hanger doing take offs and landings. Twenty four camera views let you explore the decks and enjoy the animations. FSDS-model, panel-, camera- and weapon configuration by Erwin Welker. Weapon switchboard by J.P.Carosin
Posted Mar 7, 2018 04:19 by Erwin Welker
1.72Mb (929 downloads)
Approach CallOuts consists of two Lua scripts and a sound folder with wav files that work together to provide altitude, gear and flap settings, and approach minimums (Decision Height) audio callouts on an approach to landing. The altitude callouts are at Radio Altimeter (RA) heights of 2000, 1000, 500, 400, 300, 200, 100, 50, 40, 30, 20, and 10 ft. At 800ft RA (a user settable value) you get a callout of current flap and gear positions. There is no gear callout if the aircraft has a fixed gear. The minimums callout may be based on a RA or BARO (MSL) altitude. A registered (payware) copy of FSUIPC is required to execute the Lua scripts.
Posted Feb 16, 2018 18:47 by Al Klayton
24.87Mb (734 downloads)
FSX/Acceleration/FS2004/P3d3.5 Package Chevrolet Corvette C7 "Stingray" sport and racing car. The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 (seventh generation) is the first to bear the name "Stingray" since the third generation 1968 model. The package contains models for the default street car and a racer; each model with different cockpits and both versions in five colours. The FSDS 3.5 models with panels and base colours in default red and the yellow racer are made by Erwin Welker. All other repaints, realistic special C7 gauges and special light effects are made by Pierre Carosin.
Posted Feb 15, 2018 05:31 by Erwin Welker
121.14Mb (2431 downloads)
McCoy Ground Landing Effect v4.1B for both FSX & P3D v4.1. This package replaces six effects, Dirt, Touchdown, WheelWetSpray, WheelSnowSpray, WetEngineWash & SnowEngineWash. Five levels of intensity are offered for the first four effects, the last two EngineWash effects come in one, two & four engine adjustable configurations for both jet & propeller aircraft. Improvements include wind effect for secondary snow & rain mist, thrust EnginWash effects for dirt, softened dust & mist effects with lenghtened lifespans, reworked vortex effects, engine & emitter numbers are now the same, simplified instructions, corrected typos in v4.1 & six more pre-sets have been added. I'm now including pre-sets for the 737, 747, 777, 787, A380, Baron 58, DCH-6, F-16, F-35A, KingAir 350, L-049, Lear 45 and the Skyhawk 172. Single engine aircrafts should work well with out any adjustments. Wheel Effects have been re-positioned, Blast & some Wheel Effects have been adjusted for color, size, density & speed. These effects can be used in any combination so every aircraft can be easily dialed-in. By Vince McCoy, © Copyright 2017 all rights reserved. Previous versions 14632 downloads
Posted Dec 18, 2017 18:29 by Vince McCoy
17.96Mb (949 downloads)
FSX/Acceleration Package Destroyer Charles F. Adams Class. This ships were a guided missile destroyer class of 23 ships for the US Navy, 3 for the Royal Australian Navy and 3 for the West German Bundesmarine; built between 1958 and 1967. The ships were powered with 2 steam turbines a 26.000 kW and armed with 2x127 mm guns, a launcher for 8 ASROC missiles and a single or double launcher for Tartar or Harpoon missiles. Only Charles F. Adams and Moelders survived as museum ships, but all of the others have been sunk as targets, sunk for diving wrecks or sold for scrap. The package contains pilotable- and ai-versions of Charles F. Adams and Moelders in the style of the 70th. The FSX version has twenty two camera views whilst the FS9 version has sixteen panel look around views. Both versions has many animations with animated guns, radars, ASROC and Tartar launchers with missile launches. The weapon control switchboard and most of the gauges are made by Pierre Carosin, the FSDS 3.5 models with the photoreal 2D navigation bridge are made by Erwin Welker.
Posted Nov 22, 2017 02:54 by Erwin Welker
21.75Mb (858 downloads)
FSX/Acceleration/FS2004 package salvage tug boat OCEANIC with freighter in emergency. The OCEANIC is in service since 1969. Most of the time under German flag. She was and is one of the biggest and most powerful offshore salvage tugboats worldwide. She is almost 88 m long, 17.500 HP strong and more than 20 knots fast. The freighter is one of the German Cap San-class vessels from the same era. The package contains two pilotable versions (solo and towing a vessel) with 2D navigation bridge and VC and two ai-versions. The freighter of the pilotable version is animated with three different key commands. It is in the users hands if the towed vessel will stay in a modest emergency or if the ship will capsize and sink. FSDS 3.5 models by Erwin Welker
Posted Oct 8, 2017 07:00 by Erwin Welker