1.15Mb (1152 downloads)
2D panel (no VC) for the Convair F 102 fighter. This aircraft was one of the first supersonic interceptor (mach 1.24) with a delta wing. You can use the model from Kazunori Ito and Bob Chicilo (FS2004, military aircrafts, page 156). All original gauges in xml.
Posted Feb 21, 2010 10:26 by Philippe Wallaert
2.01Mb (1423 downloads)
2d panel based on old pictures for the legendary Convair B58 Hustler supersonic bomber. This aircraft was the first supersonic bomber (part of the mach 2 club!). The right part of the panel has been reworked in order to have her more flyable. All gauges in xml. Works perfectly well with the model by JR Lucariny. Please see instructions in the readme.txt file.
Posted Feb 16, 2010 12:48 by Philippe Wallaert
2.52Mb (2601 downloads)
Photorealistic 2D panel for the venerable Convair C 990. One of the fastest civil jet ever built. All specific gauges in xml. An autopilot has been added instead of the original one which was not very convenient to use. See instructions in the readme.txt file.
Posted Feb 12, 2010 05:46 by Philippe Wallaeert
0.75Mb (5752 downloads)
A little change to Virtual Cockpit of default FSX B747-400 plane. Allows mouse changes within the cockpit of the following: change picture of Navigation Display (FULLEXP), change picture of EICAS Display (EICAS1EICAS2), switch the Autobrakes (RTO, OFF, 1,..), and switch the altimeter (2992,...). Created by Gabor Kovacs
Posted Feb 9, 2010 12:52 by Gabor Kovacs
1.65Mb (7187 downloads)
2 D panel for Boeing 707 based on real pictures. I have added a gauge for the autopilot more convenient than the original one. See informations concerning installation and instructions in the readme.txt file. All original gauges in xml.
Posted Jan 26, 2010 02:43 by Philippe Wallaert
11.57Mb (3083 downloads)
Made especially for the RAZBAM Skyhawks series, although compatible with any aircraft, this panel contains much reworked bitmaps along with refurbished gauges since the last release, and also has transparent reflections on the windows, HUD, CRT's and analog gauges. This panel replicates the (then) advanced cockpits installed in the Royal New Zealand Air Force's A-4K Skyhawks, retired in 2001. Has a 'Ghost Panel' function for taxiing etc.. Created by Daniel Wootton.
Posted Jan 13, 2010 05:16 by Daniel Wootton