8.38Mb (1981 downloads)
Admiral Byrd's Fairchild "Stars and Stripes" on wheels and skis; part 2 of the Early Fairchild Series. Original gmax model by James Hefner, with some parts and textures from the Microsoft FS2004 SDK. Flight dynamics, effects, and panel design by Jim Douglass, using Microsoft gauges. Requires Fairchild FC-2W2.zip be installed for gauges, sound and effects. Install by Hunter D Ames.
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Posted Nov 14, 2008 21:30 by James Hefner
8.61Mb (5217 downloads)
Part 1 of the Early Fairchild Series. Original gmax model by James Hefner, with some parts and textures from the Microsoft FS2004 SDK. Flight dynamics, effects, and panel design by Jim Douglass, using Microsoft gauges. Sound by Aaron R. Swindle of Skysong Soundworks. Install by Hunter D Ames.
Posted Nov 13, 2008 23:43 by James Hefner
11.66Mb (4720 downloads)
FSX and FS2004 Handley Page HP81 Hermes. The HP81 Hermes was a British airliner from 1948, used by BOAC for its African routes in the early 1950s, and then by various charter companies for the next 10 years. Five variants are included here: BOAC (early and late), Airwork, Air Safaris and Skyways. Version 1.0. By Jens B. Kristensen.
Posted Nov 10, 2008 03:26 by Jens B. Kristensen
3.83Mb (2062 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Gloster Gamecock fighter The Gamecock was an improved Grebe single-seat fighter to Specification 37/23 and intended to be powered by the 425hp Jupiter VI nine-cylinder radial engine. It was of wooden construction with fabric skinning and retained the then standard armament of two synchronised 7.7mm Vickers guns, The prototype was delivered to Martlesham Heath on 20 February 1925. The last Gamecock Is were withdrawn from first-line RAF service mid-1931. Complete model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Nov 5, 2008 15:13 by A.F.Scrub
14.46Mb (4074 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Republic XP47J experimental fighter: The fastest version of the Thunderbolt was the XP-47J, which was proposed in November 1942 as a lighter-weight version of the Thunderbolt designed to explore the outer limits of the design's basic performance envelope. The XP-47J flew for the first time on November 26, 1943. On August 4, 1944, it attained a speed of 504 mph in level fight, becoming the first propeller-driven fighter to exceed 500 mph. A.F.Scrub
Posted Oct 25, 2008 15:26 by A.F.Scrub
8.67Mb (10916 downloads)
This is Krzysztof Malinowski/Robert Hawk's Curtiss P-40 Warhawk modified For Flight Simulator X. This is a accurate Model of Tex Hill's Aircraft he Flew with the famed AVG Flying Tigers as a fighter pilot working with the American Volunteer Group in China during WWII under General Claire Lee Chennault, During an eight-month period, a handful of swift, heavily armed P-40's destroyed 297 Japanese aircraft. Twelve of those fell from the sky under the guns of Tex Hill's P-40 Tomahawk. Brig. General Hill holds the Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Flying Cross with three Oak Leaf Clusters, Presidential Unit Citation with Oak Leaf Cluster, Silver Star, and military honors from China and Great Britain. This aircraft has a new Panel (no VC) and new flight dynamics. Textures and Updates by Mark Rooks of RSDG Aircraft . Package Includes Pictures and History of this Great Ace.
Posted Oct 10, 2008 05:31 by Mark Rooks
0.71Mb (3115 downloads)
This is an update for FS X acceleration of the Dornier Do24 by W. Regeer. I have redone the flight dynamics and the panel so it works in FS X. No virtual cockpit. You need the original aircraft for this update to work. Bob Chicilo.
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Posted Oct 10, 2008 05:21 by Bob Chicilo
11.44Mb (2247 downloads)
The Curtiss Robin FSX / Sp2 / Acceleration The Curtiss Robin was a three seat cabin monoplane initially powered by the ubiquitous 90 hp Curtiss OX-5 engine. This aircraft represents a Robin B powered by the 102 hp Curtiss OXX-6. At least 347 Robins were built with either the OX-5 or OXX-6 engine Model By Jim Douglass Updated By Nor-Cal Prop Club
Posted Oct 8, 2008 22:28 by Ted