11.44Mb (2263 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
0.62Mb (1299 downloads)
This is an update for FS X acceleration of the Bellanca Aircruiser by Mike Stone. I have updated the flight dynamics and the panel so it works in FS X. No virtual cockpit. You need the original aircraft for this to work. Bob Chicilo.
Posted Oct 1, 2008 05:30 by Bob Chicilo
1.51Mb (1952 downloads)
Fixes the black canopy when entering into the VC cockpit on the F4U-7 Corsair in Vista and Windows 7. Authors are Chuck Page(RnWay)and Tim Scott(CFOOT)
Posted Sep 29, 2008 11:38 by Chuck Page and Tim Scott
5.90Mb (5470 downloads)
FSX Potez 540 The Potez 540 was a Recon plane and bomber that served the French, Spanish and Romanian Air Arms from 1934 up to WW2. This is a true native FSX model. It is painted for the Escadrille GR 11/33 Armee de l'air circa 1937. It has the usual animations, plus retracting bottom turret, reflective glass, .dds textures and a limited amount of "bump" mapping. It has a Hispano-Suiza sound file courtesy of "Law Dog". The 2D panel and VC are based on a photo and the VC has animated flight controls. By Paul Clawson
Posted Sep 28, 2008 06:00 by Paul Clawson
5.60Mb (5298 downloads)
FS2004 / FSX (SP2 compatible) Dewoitine D27 "Marcel Doret", full package, by Patrice Grange. A French fighter built in 1928. The model represents the aircraft flown by French test pilot Marcel Doret in dozens of airshows and aerobatic contests between 1929 and 1936. Full moving parts a + a complete virtual cockpit + a custom 2D panel. Fully compatible with both FS2004 and FSX (SP2)
Posted Sep 26, 2008 17:32 by Patrice Grange
8.15Mb (14393 downloads)
This is a Repaint of Guy Hulin's Beautiful F-4 Corsair. Updated For Flight Simulator x .This Aircraft is a VF-17 Squadron or better known as the Jolly Rogers. The Aircraft created was flown by Ens. Gutherie USN. The Aircraft is Entitled "First Mate" ..This Aircraft Includes pictures and History. Textures and FSX updates by Mark Rooks of RDG
Posted Sep 26, 2008 04:17 by Mark Rooks
11.89Mb (3838 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Boeing F4B-1 and F4B-2 biplane US Navy fighter. The Boeing F4B biplane served as the primary carrier based fighter aircraft for the US Navy in the early 1930s, remaining in service in various support and training roles until the early 1940s. It was the last wooden-winged, biplane fighter produced by Boeing and used by the US Navy.You get the F4B-1 and updated F4B-2 versions. GMAX models by A.F.Scrub
Posted Sep 24, 2008 17:00 by A.F.Scrub
0.04Mb (5477 downloads)
This is an update for FS X acceleration of the Boeing 314 Clipper by Mike Stone. I added a basic autopilot toggled with the compass icon; otherwise it is almost the same as my FS2004 update. You need the original aircraft for this to work. You don't need any other update. Bob Chicilo.
Posted Sep 24, 2008 05:06 by Bob Chicilo
0.12Mb (2566 downloads)
This is an update for FS X acceleration of the Boeing 377 by Mike Stone. I have updated the flight dynamics and the panel (no virtual cockpit) so it works in FS X. You need the original aircraft for this update to work. Bob Chicilo.
Posted Sep 20, 2008 05:36 by Bob Chicilo
17.35Mb (19201 downloads)
This is David Eckert's Boeing Stearman. Modified for FSX . The Kaydet was a conventional biplane design with large, fixed tailwheel , rugged undercarriage, and accommodation for the student and instructor in open cockpits in tandem. The radial engine was usually uncowled, although some Stearman operators choose to cowl the engine,. This Aircraft is painted in U.S. Army Colors ..Textures and FSX modifications By Mark Rooks of RSDG Aircraft.. This Aircraft Package includes a VC, Gauges and Pictures and History of this beautiful Aircraft .
Posted Sep 18, 2008 05:44 by Mark Rooks