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The ARX-5X (Concept 5) is a single-seat unlimited category aerobatic aircraft built around the 495c.i. 600hp Trace-Orenda OE600 V-8 aircraft engine and designed specifically for freestyle airshow type aerobatics. Version 2 has a totally new airfile and flight dynamics and the plane can easily handle compulsory competition maneuvers as well as more advanced gyroscopic maneuvers such as lomcovaks and tumbles. The ARX-5X cruises around 200kts, with a never-exceed speed of 240kts. This FSX native model contains animations, reflections, environment mapping, spec mapping and a full dynamic virutal cockpit. Although it is not a real aircraft it does have several real-world components such as the Chelton Fligh Systems EAU (engine airdata unit) display, and a Hartzell "scimitar" swept blade propeller. This release is not a quick & dirty update simply "ported" into FSX, it is a full FSX rebuild by the original authors, compiled with XtoMDL and conforming the FSX SDK using dds textures and new modeling techniques for the best overall end-user performance. Includes 2 configs, 7 models, and 20 schemes with a custom smoke system and night time pyrotechnic effects. Aircraft, effects, and panel by Jason L. Terry and Mike VIvaldi. Aditional Skins by Brady Duros and Joshua B. Nyhus. This is a Version 2.1 update from the original authors, it includes cripser DDS-888 textures and a Windows 64-bit friendly envmap.
Posted Sep 21, 2012 07:53 by Jason L. Terry
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The Alpha 160A is an all metal, aerobatic trainer with a 160 hp Lycoming O-320-D2A engine. The aircraft was originally designed and built by Avions Robin in France but in 2004 production moved to Alpha Aviation in New Zealand. Full package for FSX/SP2 with custom panel and VC and fully animated parts. Garmin GNS430 avionics. Full avionics documentation included, together with aircraft check and ref lists. Three real life liveries included from Great Britain and New Zealand painted by Stephanie Lawton. The package also includes upgraded panel and VC by Ed Wells. Great fun for aerobatics or general flying. By Jean-Pierre Brisard and Bob May - Premier Aircraft Design.
Posted Sep 19, 2012 18:53 by BoB May (PAD)
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I would like to apologies for my over sight in the lack of steering and braking when I uploaded the AN-8. This is a replacement Aircraft CFG. Just delete the original Aircraft CFG file and replace it with this one and the plane will handle great on the ground as well as in the air.
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Posted Sep 19, 2012 18:31 by Michael E. Roberts
4.97Mb (1504 downloads)
FSX Basler BT-67 Spectrem The "Spectrem" Basler BT-67 is a single specially modified aircraft used world- wide for electromagnetic geophysical exploration. It is operated by Spectrem Air Ltd of Johannesburg, South Africa. The company claims that in over fifteen years of service ZS-ASN has flown in excess of 1,500,000 kilometers with a perfect safety record. FSX model by Manfred Jahn, paint by Daniel Fuernkaess.
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Posted Sep 19, 2012 10:50 by uploader
11.41Mb (4884 downloads)
I compiled Mehlin Rainer's Antonov An-22 Antheus for AI traffic set. I added V.Zhyhulskiys' An-12 2D panel and sound. And replaced the air file with Dimitri Samborski's Antonov An-22 Antheus air file and based the CFG on it as well . There are nine different aircraft: 1 Aeroflot, 2 Glass nosed types (no Livery), 2 Round nose types (no livery), 1 Antonov demonstrator, 1 Antonov International Transporter (Antonov Airlines) and 2 Antonov special lift extensively modified aircraft. No Vc panel.
Posted Sep 19, 2012 03:16 by Michael E. Roberts
5.37Mb (556 downloads)
Repaint of the default FSX BE-58 Beechcraft Baron. Corrected textures for the Uruguayan Air Force (Fuerza Aerea Uruguaya-FAU) BE-58/UB-58. The actual aircraft does not have black rubber de-iceing boots on the wings and tail so they have been removed here. The bitmap is also cleaned up to improve the looks. Technical corrections by Enrique Medal Paves. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Sep 13, 2012 01:04 by R.E. Wyman
22.55Mb (2557 downloads)
The Corby CJ-1 Starlet is a single seat, amateur-built aeroplane designed in the 1960s by Australian aeronautical engineer John Corby. The structure is primarily wood and fabric. The prototype first flew in 1967. It is a popular design built by enthusiasts in many countries. Full animations, 3D gauges and Baked Textures. By Craig Richardson @ www.Classicwings.net
Posted Sep 5, 2012 06:14 by uploader