0.58Mb (431 downloads)
The attached contains three gauges that were missing from the TR_BF110Cv3 and v4 downloads. You might not have noticed, but they will come in handy to have installed. Just paste the .gau files into your CFS2/GAUGES folder.
Posted Mar 21, 2010 16:51 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
5.00Mb (939 downloads)
Complete Skins/Sound Package for TR's F-86, Models E/F, H And CA-27 Bob McGee Bub firstname.lastname@example.org The package contains the final tweaked versions of 9 texture packages for all of the Fox Four/TR series of F-86 Sabres, except those for the A model, which were posted separately: F-86E, 51-2821, 334th FIS, Maj. Frederick "Boots" Blesse F-86E, 51-2740, "Gabby", Commander 51st FIW, Col. Francis Gabreski F-86E, 51-2824, "Ohio Mike" 336th FIS, Capt. Robinson Risner F-86F, 51-2910, "Beautious Butch", 39th FIS, Capt. Joseph McConnell F-86F, 51-2959, "Barb/Vent de la Morte", 335th FIS, Capt. Ralph Parr F-86H, 53-1298, USAF F-86H, 52-5737, NJANG CA-27, A94-974, RAAF, 5 OTU CA-27, A94-982, RAAF, 77th Sq.
Posted Mar 16, 2010 18:36 by Bob McGee, Bub
2.01Mb (329 downloads)
These textures are the excellent work of Oldwheat, AKA Larry Brown, and were done sometime ago. I have updated them to 1024 format for posting, and they are very, very nice additions to the skin library for this aircraft. FU-225 is an generic skin for an A model of the 336th FIS at the begining of the Korean War. FU-238 is Hinton's personal aircraft (Blue Ring), also of the 336th during the same time frame. To install simply replace the current files in your TR_F-86A/texture folder with the ones from either the texture.336 or the texture.hinton folder of the download. Enjoy!
Posted Mar 14, 2010 19:19 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
2.39Mb (416 downloads)
These textures (my final tweaked versions) are for the TR_F-86A (and will fit any of the Fox Four Sabres as well) and represent: 1. The F-86A-5-NA Sabre, 49-1257, FU-257, flown by Capt. Richard S. Becker while with the 4th Fighter Wing, 334th Fighter Squadron. From March 24, to September 9, 1951 he shot down 5 Mig-15's and damaged another. He was actually the first American jet to jet ace. Due to a scoring problem Jabara was given that honor. Russian records revealed in the 1990's corrected this error. 2. The F-86A-5-NA Sabre, 49-1318, FU-318, flown by (then) Capt. James Jabara while with the 4th Fighter Wing, 334th Fighter Squadron. On May 20, 1951 he piloted this aircraft, while temporarily with the 335th, scoring his 5th and 6th victories. These were accomplished even though his left droptank failed to jetison. I've included all the textures, also the extra Canopy2, so they can be used with either the new Sabre version, posted by Tango_Romeo, at Simviation, or the older version. Those files can be found on the FoxFour Website. All legalities pertaining to these files apply. They work fine on my computer and I take no responsibility if they cause yours to blow up, melt, turn to dust, etc. or Scotty beams it up. Thanks to Tango_Romeo, Tom Sanford, for all the modifications to this aircraft.
Posted Mar 14, 2010 11:57 by Bob McGee, Bub
3.78Mb (1234 downloads)
This is the original Sabre with the standard elevator, as opposed to the 'flying tail'. Aircraft Textures by R McGee (Bub), email@example.com Panel, Gauges and AIR file by Mike Eustace, IndioBlack@aol.com DP by Tom Sanford. Drop tanks by Doug Attrell. These textures represent the F-86A-5-NA Sabre, 49-1318, FU-318, flown by (then) Capt. James Jabara while with the 4th Fighter Wing, 334th Fighter Squadron. On May 20, 1951 he piloted this aircraft, while temporarily with the 335th, scoring his 5th and 6th victories. These were accomplished even though his left droptank failed to jetison. The aircraft is fully animated: all control surfaces, opening canopy, airbrakes(spoiler key) Her loadouts are: Guns Only, Guns Only Long Range and Rockets. The droptanks are a selectable weapon and are released as such. (When flying with droptanks, they are automatically selected at takeoff.) The Lear45 folder is included for those who do not already have it instaled....it is necessary for default jet sounds. Installation is simple. Paste all files from the folders/subfolders of the download into the corresponding folders/subfolders of your CFS2 main directory. Fox Four Design Group: http://www.simviation.com/lair/cfs2korea.htm This is freeware but must not be uploaded to other sites or modified without permission.
Posted Mar 13, 2010 23:58 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
1.10Mb (326 downloads)
These textures represent the A Model Sabre flown by (then) Capt. James Jabara while serving with the 4th FW, 334th FS. They are the FU-318, 49-1318, he flew on May 20,1951 when he scored his 5th and 6th victories making him the first jet to jet ace. Thanks to Tango_Romeo and FoxFour for providing this aircraft and a revised version can be found in the Downloads on page 15 in the CFS2 New Files. Installation is straightforward. Just slap them in and you're good to go.
Posted Mar 5, 2010 17:12 by Bob McGee
10.46Mb (1610 downloads)
This is the fourth and final evolution of the Fox Four F-86E. Original source file by Hayden Scott-Williams (Fang_VV), firstname.lastname@example.org Ver. 4.0 by Tom Sanford (Tango_Romeo), email@example.com & Doug Attrell (Grumpy/Hagar), DAttrell@aol.com 2/20/2010 Pilot Figure and textures from original files by Nestor D'Angelo Aircraft Textures by R McGee (Bub), firstname.lastname@example.org Panel, Gauges and AIR file by Mike Eustace, IndioBlack@aol.com DP by Tom Sanford The skin is that of the F-86E flown by Parr. Alternate skins for the Gabreski and Risner aircraft are included The aircraft is fully animated: all control surfaces, opening canopy, airbrakes(spoiler key) Her loadouts are: Guns Only, Guns Only Long Range and Rockets. The droptanks are a selectable weapon and are released as such. (When flying with droptanks, they are automatically selected at takeoff.) The panel has upper and lower views (lower toggled with SHIFT+4). The panel contains many mousable controls and a Korean GPS system. Please read the panel instructions.
Posted Feb 22, 2010 00:41 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo