16.29Mb (1607 downloads)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' solution for a turboprop with high cruise speed and short, rough-field capability.Though dogged by a high accident rate, the Mu-2 remains a beautifully unique aircraft with excellent performance. Features a gmax model with full moving parts, reflect map,. Includes a blank texture in PSD format for repainting. Model by Bjorn Buchner Flight dynamics by Al Lynch Jr. Hot Black Texture and flight tuning by John "mrpr0pwash" Lear
Posted Feb 14, 2011 18:15 by John "MrPr0pWash" Lear
110.01Mb (14362 downloads)
This version of the FSN Air Tractor AT802 'Fire Boss' is one we were working on for commercial release. This version has now been discontinued in the development stage and has been labeled as the lite edition freeware. Has comprehensive VC, water scoop, detailed model and more!
Posted Feb 14, 2011 13:35 by FSN Development Group
0.11Mb (926 downloads)
FSX-SP2 compatible engine smoke effect for the CalClassic Convair 580, which you must have previously installed in FSX. I obtained good engine smoke results in FSX-SP2 using the Convair 580 "cccv580fsxsp2.zip" file, which is Bjoern Kesten's FSX-SP2 update of the CalClassic Convair 580. Easy installation. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Feb 13, 2011 10:30 by Tom Tiedman
40.72Mb (9430 downloads)
CalClassic's Convair 580 for FSX SP2/Acceleration. This is a conversion and enhancement of CalClassic's Convair 580 model. The basic mesh is back from FS2002 days and got improvements over time, but it never really arrived in the FSX world. I've always liked the Cv-580 for its paddle props, performance and the "1970s regional airline from the USA" feel, so I've asked Tom Gibson of CalClassic for the latest GMax source files of the model. After a long process that was way more than a conversion, you're still stuck with the same basic model, but with many, mostly smaller enhancements and fixes. It's not perfect at all, but I did what I deemed being feasible and I think the model is just fine now. The VC rain and the wipers are actually more of an experiment that I left in because it simply looks cool and, for one of the few times in FSX, gives the wipers an actual purpose instead of just wiping for the looks.
Posted Feb 13, 2011 10:20 by Bjoern Kesten