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This is the default Baron. Turbo charged. Engine displacement/capacity from 91.7 to 200.0 cubic inches. Engine compression ratio from a low 8.0:1 to 15:1 ('compression ratio' represents the number of times by which the fuel/air mixture is compressed, from top-dead-centre to bottom-dead-centre. The higher, the more energy you can get out of a volume of fuel/air mixture). These engines have 8, not 6 cylinders (pistons) Finally, like the man said in 'Cincinnati Kid' : "When I'm in town you're 2nd best!"
Posted Jun 24, 2009 10:15 by Francis F Silva (SAS-Silva Art
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Modified stock but beefed up Mooney Bravo. In two different colour schemes. Engine Modifications: This Mooney is easily capable of 300 kts. With cylinder displacement/engine capacity from 90.3 to 200.0 cubic inches and engine compression ratio raised from from 8:1 to 20:1, this machine is truly awesome. It climbs at 5,000 fps without loss of speed, at 160 kts. Repaints by Francis F Silva of SAS (Silva Art Studios) of the stock Money Bravo
Posted Jun 21, 2009 15:55 by Francis F Silva (SAS-Silva Art
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Cessna 414A Textures for Cape Cod. Original Aircraft by Premier Aircraft Design. The Cessna 414A model was designed by PAD and can be found at http://www.premaircraft.com/ These textures are not DX10 compatible, so if you are using the DX10 preview, you must disable it. The liveries include an updated Cape Air, Nantucket Airlines and Island Airlines, all liveries from Cape Cod Massachusetts.
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Posted Jun 9, 2009 14:01 by Deviant
3.95Mb (2383 downloads)
ROYAL MAIL Box car Fairchild C119 Royal Mail is the Post service in the United Kingdom (UK) The engines in this C119 have been replacedwith very powerful turbo prop engines with engine compression ratio increased to 14:1 for fuel efficiency. Engine capacity doubled. So... enjoy...... but be careful how you handle it ! Beautiful aircraft by Daisuke Yamamoto of Tokyo Japan I hope my repaint and engine improvements add to your enjoyment of FS2004 Thank you Daisuke... I hope the weather in Tokyo is as nice as in London right now.
Posted Jun 9, 2009 12:46 by Francis F Silva of SAS (Silva
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This package includes three paint schemes for the FS9 version of Tim Piglet Conrad's Pilatus PC-7. The Pilatus n°578 callsign F-ZJAH belonging to the EPNER located at Istres airbase (BA 125). The Pilatus n°579 callsign F-ZJAI belonging to the CEV (French flying test center) located at Istres airbase (BA 125). The other is n°580 callsign F-ZJAJ belonging to the CEV located at the Francazal airbase (BA 101).
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Posted Jun 9, 2009 12:17 by Pierre-Emmanuel Aubertel
57.80Mb (5392 downloads)
Beechcraft Model 28 Destroyer / XA-38 Grizzly for FS2004 Only by Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, Damian Radice, Tom Falley with Sounds by Steve Buchanan. Functional VC model included; Pkg incl eight Aircraft (Navy, AAF, Experimental, Ferry, Civilian, AAF2, AAF3, and Post WWII Marines) with "hand-flyer" flight model and features a beautiful custom era correct panel and easy-to-read virtual cockpit, photoreal-influenced exterior bare metal textures plus seven paint schemes and new XML gauges. Sounds included. Support website and contact info in documentation.
Posted May 25, 2009 12:11 by Milton Shupe
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FS2004 Cessna 414A Chancellor 6/8 place business and touring airplane. With custom panel & VC. Full moving parts including opening nose and wing lockers, door with airstair and animated pilot. Fully modelled interior. Full documentation including manuals and check/ref lists. Complete package for FS2004. Excellent big twin sound file by Aaron Swindle. Two liveries included. by Jean-Pierre Brisard and Bob May - Premier Aircraft Design.
Posted May 22, 2009 06:37 by email@example.com
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A patriotic paintscheme for the default Skyhawk. Tow banners, drop a skydiver during an airshow, or just add some color to your general aviation flightline. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using the paintkit by Mark Rooks.
Posted May 21, 2009 12:25 by Don Brynelsen