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A new cockpit setup and flight updates for the beautiful DC Designs RF-61 Reporter for FSX and p3D. VC gauges have been replaced with new ones. New radio, autopilot, and GPS windows for navigation. Engine performance parameters have been modified. New exterior and VC lighting. Special thanks to Dean Crawford for his support. Info and instructions in the read me file. Enjoy! -Bob Erwin
Posted May 25, 2018 01:44 by Bob Erwin
35.36Mb (1786 downloads)
P3D and FSXA T-6G Texan pack 4. Set of 4 North American T-6 Texan's based on the following real aircraft - 41-16486 "No.1 BFTS Terrell Field", 41-15825 "No.1 BFTS Terrell Field", B190 "No.6 BFTS Ponca City Airport" and 41-15930 "No.4 BFTS Falcon Field". Please note that Fuel selector and magneto switch must be set in order to start engine. 3D model by David Eckert and Warwick Carter. Pilot 3D model by Michael Flahault. Added the superb textures by John Terrell. (details included). Please zip preview for larger images. more information included. Packaged by Chris Evans
Posted May 22, 2018 08:52 by chris evans
19.01Mb (1195 downloads)
FSX/PD3 v3-v4 Seafire MkIII The definitive naval Spitfire, the Seafire Mk.III featured manually folding wings. The Mk IIIs served in the front line until 1946 and were then rapidly superseded by Griffon engined Mks XV, XVII and 47s. France equipped some of its Aeronavale squadrons with ex-Royal Navy Seafire IIIs and these saw front line service in Viet Nam in 1946/47. It is remembered as one of the finest low level fighters afloat in 1945 and one of the few that could tackle a Japanese Zero on equal terms.. GMAX model by A.F Scrub
Posted May 17, 2018 12:29 by A.F.Scrub
66.35Mb (2901 downloads)
The Northrop RF-61C Reporter was the little known recon' sister of the famous P-61C Black Widow. One of the fastest airplanes of her era, the Reporter only served for a few years before being retired as the jet age was introduced. This is a comprehensive and detailed model with fully functioning Virtual Cockpit, dedicated flight dynamics, full animation and an instruction manual. Model by Dean Crawford, DC Designs. FDE by Pam Brooker. Fuel truck and engine effects by Mark Schimmer.
Posted May 9, 2018 05:29 by Dean Crawford
22.92Mb (1132 downloads)
The Fw 58 was a low-wing monoplane with two piston engines mounted in nacelles on the wing leading edges. The crew sat under an enclosed canopy. Aft of the flight deck, the fuselage was open to form a moveable machine gun station. The tailwheel undercarriage was retractable. The Fw 58 was widely used for training Luftwaffe personnel. It was also used as a VIP transport, ambulance, feeder airliner, photo reconnaissance, and weather research aircraft. It was built under license in Bulgaria, Hungary and Brazil. It was also operated by several countries such as the Netherlands, Romania, Croatia and Turkey. This is an FSX panel update for the Focke Wulf FW 58, previously designed for FSX by A.F. Scrub. The package includes a wheeled and a float version of the aircraft. Both the new entirely remodeled and enhanced VC and the 2D panel are now equipped with all authentic German gauges. smoke and VC light added. The wheeled variant's engines are now automatically fired off on the runway. All credits go to A.F.Scrub for the original model, new VC, gauge configuration as well as smoke and vc light by Michael Pook. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Apr 28, 2018 09:44 by Michael Pook
37.57Mb (2133 downloads)
FSX/P3D>v4 Curtiss A-25A, SB2C-1, SB2C-4, -4E, -5 Helldiver Revised and updated. previous version did not have a functional VC so I added the best - Milton Shupe Vultee VC. Added sounds. Also fixed crash on takeoff. FSX native, MDL X materials and animations, several new models, radar options, bomb, rocket, torpedo and glide bomb features. See readme for details, operational features and credits. Sound current aliased to Howard 500X-an excellent sound pack. Original package by Wolfgang "Wolfi" Faber. Thanks to LLS for the FSX native conversion. Andre Luddick for some texture updates. Other updates by Chris Evans. Tested in P3D4 but should be fine in FSX and earlier P3D versions. IMPORTANT!! ---->>> Use only gentle (c. 50% approx) throttle during takeoff (over 80K (MPH) and increase gradually after takeoff. Otherwise you will crash this powerful aircraft.
Posted Apr 20, 2018 09:07 by chris evans
6.23Mb (1421 downloads)
This is a panel update for the Supermarine Spitfire Mk VbTrop, recently uploaded by A, F. Scrub. Thanks to him for that terrific model but the panels needed some updating. New gauges and gauge configuration for both the VC and the 2D panel give them a more detailed appearance and the VC has been entirely newly designed. New VC and gauge configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Apr 16, 2018 11:17 by Michael Pook
17.16Mb (1354 downloads)
FSX/P3Dv3/v4 Spitfire Mk VbTrop The basic Mk V was a Mk I with the Merlin 45 series engine. This engine delivered 1,440 hp (1,074 kW) at take-off, and incorporated a new single-speed single-stage supercharger design. Several Mk I and Mk II airframes were converted to Mk V standard by Supermarine and started equipping fighter units from early 1941. The VB was the first production version of the Spitfire to use "clipped" wingtips as an option, reducing the wingspan to 32 ft 2 in (9.8 m).The clipped wings increased the roll rate and airspeed at lower altitudes. Native FSX/P3D GMAX model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Apr 15, 2018 04:45 by A.F.Scrub
18.07Mb (852 downloads)
FSX/P3D v3 Hurricane two seater The Hurricane was a big leap forward in performance compared to biplanes such as the I-152 in service when the Germans attacked. The Hurricane also handled differently to equivalent Soviet designs and as a result the Soviets asked for a two-seater trainer version very early on.Ten Hurricane Mk.IIs were selected for conversion which involved removing the armour behind the original pilot seat and effectively fitting a duplicate cockpit complete with second windscreen. Having gained experience building the two seat trainers the Soviets went about converting the aircraft with a second position behind the pilot for an observer who faced rearward and was thus not as obstructed by the aircraft’s wing when looking down as the pilot was. These aircraft never had full canopies fitted to them which as well as making them extremely cold in the harsh Soviet weather also caused buffeting problems at high speeds. FSX/P3D native GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Apr 3, 2018 08:34 by A.F.Scrub