6.66Mb (1769 downloads)
I updated some of the gauges in Tim Conrad's C-133B panel both 2D and VC for FSX. I feel the panel is now easier to read and closer to the real thing. The panel works for both Tim Conrad's C-133B and Mike Stone's C-133B. However, the VC will not show on Mike Stone's planes, as he did not include VC in his model. I also included engine exhaust smoke effects, and CFG texts for the smoke effects and autopilot. The autopilot text limits the bank angel and enables the yaw damper.
Tim Conrad's C133B:find-file?fileId=4503
Posted Jul 17, 2010 05:26 by Michael E. Roberts
1.20Mb (1404 downloads)
2D panel (no VC) for the Lockheed F104 Starfighter. Adapted from real pictures and slightly modified (autopilot, lights) using original xml gauges. See instructions (including FS9 installation) in the readme.txt file.
Posted Jun 13, 2010 03:11 by Philippe Wallaert
1.64Mb (2054 downloads)
2D panel for the F22 Raptor based on pictures found on the internet. All original gauges in xml including HUD, EICAS, etc. See instructions in the readme.txt file for installation and configuration. Works perfectly well with the model built by Kazunori Ito.
Posted Jun 1, 2010 13:34 by Philippe Wallaert
1.51Mb (716 downloads)
2D panel for the English Electric Canberra. This venerable aircraft was one of the first jet fighters built after WW2. The panel is inspired by real pictures found on the internet and (hardly) adapted for FSX with original xml gauges.
Posted May 31, 2010 02:27 by Philippe Wallaert
1.70Mb (3436 downloads)
2D panel for the Fairchild-Republic A10 Thunderbolt. Based on real pictures with original gauges in xml. Please consider instructions for installation and settings in the readme.txt file.
Posted May 19, 2010 02:44 by Philippe Wallaert
2.97Mb (3135 downloads)
2D panel for the Transall C160 military transport aircraft in use in German and French army. Based on real pictures with original gauges in xml. See instructions in the readme.txt file. You can use the following model: FSX, Military, Page 62 (you just have to replace the panel).
Posted May 5, 2010 03:33 by Philippe Wallaert