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The Miles Hawk Major was a 1930s British two-seat light monoplane, developed by Miles Aircraft from the Miles Hawk in order to take advantage of the new inverted de Havilland Gipsy Major engine. When fitted with the longer Gipsy Six in place of the forward crew member, it was known as the Miles Hawk Speed Six.A racing version was developed with a 200 hp de Havilland Gipsy Six engine. To make room for the longer, six-cylinder engine the front cockpit was removed, making it a single-seater, and the rear cockpit was repositioned to retain balance. The type became known as the Miles Hawk Speed Six. Only three were built, each tailored to the buyer's requirements, but they has a significant impact on the Golden Age of British air racing This repaint is based on the livery of the Arrows A3 driven by Riccardo Patrese in the 1981 Formula1 World Championship.
Posted Aug 19, 2022 13:21 by JALopezR
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Textures for the Hawker Typhoon from Airplanes Heaven. You can download freeware from ORBX. The texture is that of the Formula 1 of the Lotus team in the 70s. Only texture
Posted Aug 11, 2022 11:17 by JALopezR
70.47Mb (234 downloads)
new gray textures for the Basler BT-67 model. The soft brown color was changed to a gray one, along with some small cabin texture modifications. all credit goes to Manfred Jahn requires "Basler BT-67 Base Package V2" file Required files: https://simviation.com/1/download-file?file=Basler_BT67_V2.zip&fileId=41246
Posted Jul 20, 2022 09:20 by Delta Tango Nine Two
524.07Mb (268 downloads)
With the permission of Aeroplane Heaven I have created the C-119 airtankers equipped with the Steward-Davis Jet Pack modification package. The modified aircraft has the Westinghouse J34 turbojet engine affixed to the top of the fuselage. The addition is not merely cosmetic, the jet engine has it's own sounds and can be controlled independently of the radial engines. A replica throttle quadrant has also been added for the SD Jet Pack on the overhead panel in the VC. In addition to the J34 and added performance of the turbojet engine, I have also added a second "long nose" variant. In the real world the C-119 Jet Pack equipped aircraft flew largely as airtankers in the United States from the early 1970s until 1987 when the fleet was permanently grounded. The addition of the J34 to the aircraft boosted the C-119s MTOW from 74,000lbs to 78,000lbs and gave the aircraft much better performance as an airtanker. The airtankers routinely operated with 18,000lbs of retardant from hot, high density altitude airports in the Western United States primarily. 2 primary operators of the C-119 Jet Pack Tankers existed. Hemet-Valley Flying Service and Hawkins & Powers. Aero Union did operate a small number of SD Jet Pack C-119s briefly before selling those aircraft to HVFS. HVFS T-82, 86 and H&P T-135, and 137 are included in this package. This package is only compatible in P3Dv4+. This is based upon the recently released freeware AH C-119, and is the entire aircraft. T-82 repaint by Randy Tyndall. Original aircraft by Aeroplane Heaven. Remaining repaints and SD Jet Pack Modifications done by Nicholas Mitchell
Posted May 3, 2022 03:03 by Nicholas Mitchell
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FSX/P3Dv3,v4,v5 Spitfire Mk9 Longwing The Spitfire Mk IX was originally developed as a stopgap measure as a response to the appearance of the Focke-Wulf FW 190A. It used the Merlin 60/70 series engines in a slightly modified Mark Vc fuselage. Native P3D/FSX mdls by A.F.Scrub
Posted Mar 30, 2022 06:14 by A.F.Scrub
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FSX/P3Dv3,v4,v5 Spitfire Mk9 clipped In order to gain a slight improvement in roll rate and about 4 mph at low level, the wing-clipping was done on those models intended (or modified) for low-level. The increase in the rate of roll made it still more competitive with the German FW 190 at low altitude. Native FSX/P3D models by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Mar 22, 2022 06:07 by A.F.Scrub
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This is a repaint of Short S.45A Solent IV ZK-AML 'R.M.A Aotearoa II' in its revised livery. Works in FS2004 too (see Readme for instructions for FS2004) Requires JBK's Short Solent
Posted Mar 6, 2022 08:50 by Shanley Stevenson
66.87Mb (224 downloads)
The infamous Martin JRM Mars, the world's largest flying boat to be in military service returns to the simulation community with this variation of the original AI Released Mars from Alphasim for FS9 in 2005, then modified flyable by A.F. Scrub for FS9/FSX, now overhaled to take advantage of P3Dv4+'s texture rendering in 2021/2022. Extensive overhauls of the external model to allow for the application of PBR and a significant overhaul of the VC and interior model were also achieved. The package includes 4 liveries for the Mars. 3 of which are representative of the Mars decades long service as an aerial firefighting aircraft. Liveries represented are Hawaii Mars in USFS and Canadian service markings. As well as Philippine Mars in Canadian and her original United States Navy livery she resides in currently. The Mars in firefighting service was able to carry 7,200 US Gallons or over 27,000L of water aboard. Which it could refill it's tanks in under an astonishing 30 seconds with specially modified retractable scoops in it's belly. This model is only compatible with P3Dv4 or above. Original model by Alphasim, P3D Conversion and liveries by Nicholas Mitchell.
Posted Feb 19, 2022 12:36 by Nicholas Mitchell
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This pack includes two different aircraft. The P-61B Black Widow and F-15A Reporter converted airtankers. The Black Widow based airtankers were some of the rarest aircraft to fly as fire bombing aircraft. Only 2 existed and were the only civilian flying versions of the Black Widow. Both airframes served in the 1960s. Sadly, both aircraft were lost in incidents during firefighting missions in 1963 and 1968. Luckily only one of the incidents was fatal, but both aircraft were a total loss. Not much is known about each aircraft as a result. Both aircraft were capable of carrying 1,600 gallons of fire retardant aboard. Despite both aircraft being based upon the P-61 airframe. The F-15A was considerably lighter and faster than the P-61 was. Both aircraft in firefighting duty had been significantly lightened to increase performance. Anything deemed unnecessary for aerial firefighting was removed from the aircraft. Even the supercharger cooling inlet ducts were removed from the bottom of the engine nacelles to save weight. These aircraft were originally created by Dean Crawford, whom gave us permission to modify and create these unique variants. Many thanks to him as the project wouldn't be possible without his consent. These are only compatible with P3Dv4 and above versions. Airtanker conversions by Nicholas Mitchell and SATO Member "Voodoo."
Posted Feb 4, 2022 04:01 by Nicholas Mitchell
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Textures for A.F. Scrub's B-17D Early Fortress. Aircraft not included; requires the B-17D.zip file. This is painted as a bare metal aluminum version of the aircraft flown from Wright Field Ohio, as it appeared just prior to U.S. entry into World War II. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Dec 24, 2021 17:25 by R.E. Wyman