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FSX / P3D v3 Update from Bucker Bu 133 Jungmeister ('young teacher' in German) was an advanced trainer used by the Luftwaffe. Manufactured by Bücker Flugzeugbau in the 1930s. It was a single-engine biplane, single-seater built in wood and steel tube covered in cloth. It was used as an aerobatic plane. It was a development of the primary tandem coach Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann. Its configuration and type of construction was slightly smaller, although similar to that of Bü 131, and the first prototype (D-EVEO) was equipped with a Hirth HM 506 six-cylinder linear engine of 140 hp (104 kW). New textures Luftwaffe, propellers and others. Thanks to O.Fischer for this magnificent model. Enjoyment
Posted Nov 14, 2018 04:53 by Rodolfo Valery
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FSX / P3D v3 Update from Heinkel He-100. This was a German fighter aircraft built by the Heinkel company before the start of World War II. Although it turned out to be one of the fastest fighters in the world at the time of its development, the design was not chosen to enter serial production; Some 19 prototypes and preproduction units were built. The reason for the failure of the He-100 to reach the state of production is debated; it is considered that one of the reasons for this was the shortage of DB600 engines and that they will be reserved for the Bf-109. No specimen that has survived the war is known. Officially, the Luftwaffe rejected the He-100 to concentrate on the development of the Messerschmitt Bf-109 as a single-seater fighter. I have made changes to the model of Gerald Lindell, propellers, gauges and others for your enjoyment. All merits to its creator ...
Posted Nov 8, 2018 22:57 by Rodolfo Valery
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FSX / P3Dv3. The Focke-Wulf Ta 154 Moskito (a form of writing 'Mosquito' in German) was a German twin-engine night fighter from the WWII. It was designed by Kurt Tank and produced by Focke-Wulf at the end of the war with characteristics similar to Fast British aircraft De Havilland Mosquito. They were only manufactured a few production aircraft that turned out to have lower performance than the prototypes. New update of the model of Chris Lampard. Improvements in gauges, propellers, sound and others for bring closer to reality this excellent model. All merits a Their creators. Enjoyment....
Posted Nov 7, 2018 08:04 by Rodolfo Valery
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FSX / P3D v3. New update of the Messerschmitt BF-110G-4 Night Fighter. On the base model of A.F.Scrub, make modifications in gauges, propellers, sound and new skins. All the merits to its creator for this excellent model. Enjoy....
Posted Nov 6, 2018 06:49 by Rodolfo Valery
86.57Mb (1156 downloads)
FSX / P3D v3. New update of the Messerschmitt BF-110 Zerstorer. On the base model of A.F.Scrub, make modifications in gauges, propellers, sound and new skins. all the merits to its creator for this excellent model. Enjoy....
Posted Nov 6, 2018 06:33 by Rodolfo Valery
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Fsx / P3Dv3. 3 New textures for this magnificent model of the Heinkel He-112B Puzzle by A.F. Scrub, to whom the merits go. 2 x Luftwaffe + 1 x Romania. Enjoyment....
Posted Nov 2, 2018 18:55 by Rodolfo Valery
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This is a panel update for the Consolidated B-24 Liberator Dragon Lady by A.F. Scrub. It features both a new now pretty much authentic VC and 2D panel with all authentic US WWII gauges. EASY INSTALLATION: Simply replace the default panel folder with this one. Improved and modified popup windows added also. Thanks to A.F. Scrub for the original model. New panels by Michael Pook. Required file: FSX/P3D v3/v4 B-24 Liberator.zip
Posted Nov 2, 2018 14:10 by Michael Pook
43.49Mb (563 downloads)
Fsx / P3Dv3 Update of this magnificent model of the Heinkel He-112B Puzzle by A.F. Scrub, to whom the merits go. Personally make changes in textures of VC panel and gauges, glass, fuselage, propeller, wheels and others. The only intention is to bring this model closer to reality. They enjoy ......
Posted Nov 2, 2018 11:15 by Rodolfo Valery
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FSX/P3Dv3 Update. The Messerschmitt Me 334 was a German proposal with a piston combat engine, designed by Alexander Lippisch. In the same line as the Me 163, powered by rockets, Lippisch designed a tailless fighter to be propelled by a Heinkel turbojet engine. The slow pace of development of reliable turbochargers forced Lippisch to redesign the Messerschmitt Me 329, the aircraft to be powered by a single inverted V-12 piston engine Daimler-Benz DB 605, mounted on the nose and driving a thruster thruster on the back of the Pod fuselage, through an extension shaft. The half-assembled wings would have pulled back 23.4 °, accommodating the main retractable landing gear with internal elevators and external ailerons at the trailing edge. Slots on the outer front edges would have improved performance and low speed handling. The planned armament of two MG 1313 (0.512 in.) Submachine guns should have been housed in the roots of the wings. Appointed Me 334 by the Reichsluftfahrtministerium (RLM), the development was abandoned by Lippisch with the advent of Lippisch P.20 . Vc gauges, sound and other improvements made by me, all the merits to its creators. Enjoyment...
Posted Oct 26, 2018 14:53 by Rodolfo Valery