4.06Mb (1159 downloads)
FS2004 Cessna 182-RG Skylane Widescreen Panel. A 2D widescreen panel to be used with any C182-RG or similar aircraft. This panel is made in high definition 1920 x 1080 pixels. The read-me file will give all instruction. By Jacques VALLCANERAS.
Posted Feb 1, 2013 09:33 by Jacques VALLCANERAS
2.50Mb (821 downloads)
FS2004 GAF Nomad N22 Panel with VC FS Panel by Mike Hill & Kim P. Staneart Paint Kit by Kim P. Staneart Compiled by Gerard G. Olvis For the Philippine Air Force 223rd Tactical Airlift Squadron (Nomads), 220th Airlift Wing GAF Nomad N-22B aircraft series based in Mactan Benito Ebuen Airbase, Mactan island, Cebu, Philippines. N-22B Nomad Missionmaster - utilize for VIP, logistical transport and intel-recon flights. with N22 panel // This Panel.cfg file created by FS Panel Studio - by Mike Hill I would like to thank: Kim P. Staneart Graphic Arts O. K. Designs Aircraft model and air file Compiled by: Gerard "Gerry" Olvis
Posted Oct 7, 2012 06:17 by Gerard G. Olvis
1.25Mb (530 downloads)
This is a 2D only panel with two forward views plus left and right windows, it has been produced after a great deal of reseach and is an accurate re-production of the original AS MK5 Firefly cockpit.The views can be interchanged easily by clicking onto the appopriate areas of the screen. The panel has a few unique features, the windscreen will ice-up if the de-icing control is off in freezing conditions, the automatic boost is relative to altitude, and the u/c and hydraulics really do fail if you exceed 190 knots wheels down. You wont find things like auto-pilot,climb and dive indictors or mixture controls because they weren't there, and there's no radio it's in the rear cockpit.The aicraft has however an ADF indicator and I've placed the setting wheels in the right-side panel.
Posted Sep 24, 2012 06:53 by Jim Palmer
1.05Mb (1591 downloads)
FS2004/FSX photorealistic panel for Grumman E2 Hawkeye or C2 Greyhound. The VC-configuration for Rick Sasalas E2 or C2 aircrafts remained untouched. Panel by Erwin Welker.
Posted Aug 8, 2012 18:41 by Erwin Welker
0.47Mb (95 downloads)
FS2002/FS2004 added views for panel for pilotable Japanese landing ship no1 (landingship1.zip required). The CFS2 warship of WWII is available from Usio no Ibuki. My panel provides a bridge, AA-gun- and Remote fire control plus 5 deck views, Bitmaps and configuration by Erwin Welker Requirements: landingship1.zip
Required file (external link. Please report if broken)
Posted Feb 15, 2012 11:07 by Erwin Welker
7.91Mb (941 downloads)
FS2004 Version 3.0 Mini Panel system has been updated with new primary flight gauges and additional pop-up windows that provide optimal data presentation and versatility plus add to the functional capability. Also the primary flight instruments have been placed on the panel to provide maximum visibility. This version includes panels for Glass Cockpit, Analog, and a Combo option based on aircraft type. The three types are Glass Panel, Analog Panel, and Combo Panel. The Combo panel includes both Analog and Glass panels depending on the type of aircraft type (e.g. Jet, Turboprop, Prop, Helicopter) you select to fly. You do not need any earlier version.
Posted Oct 21, 2011 15:47 by Bill McClellan
37.92Mb (4534 downloads)
11.11.03 "DC10dfb_vFS9" Panel update - FINAL McDonnel-Douglas DC-10 (KC-10) Custom Panel for Microsoft Flight Simulator 9. FS2004 only. Built by: Dale Britton Olympia, WA. USA
Posted Sep 22, 2011 18:43 by Dale Britton
0.25Mb (639 downloads)
AChS-1 is a 12-hour dial clock with special chronograph and an 12-hour elapsed time features designed for use as a navigational instrument in aircraft. This gauge is not affected by the time-zone boundaries. It is completely synchronized with MSFS internal timer, so can be used even when time acceleration is used.
Posted Aug 1, 2011 07:29 by Alexander Belov
1.19Mb (509 downloads)
FS2004 Panel for the the Coast Gurad Cutter from Mitsuya Hamaguchi (ship_CoastGuard.zip required). The panel for this ship is configured to show 17 views. Explore the ship by pressing numeric keys at the keypad for views in all directions: Enjoy the new bridge (2D-panel), the open watchdeck, the foreship, stand at the cannon or sea the hangar from the cockpit of the onboard helicopter. Configuration by Erwin Welker
Posted Jul 20, 2011 01:54 by Erwin Welker