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FSX
                  Bristol Fighter Mk.1 Pt 4.
17.22Mb (1689 downloads)
FSX Bristol Fighter Mk.1 Pt 4. . This file is part 4 of a 4 part download and contains visual models and textures depicting 4-blade propellor versions, D8084 of No 139 Sqdn RAF and B1112 of No.22 Sqdn RFC/RAF. This file requires the prior successful installation of part 1 (F2BX1Pt1.zip), which contains common textures. Parts 2 & 3 are optional. This aircraft was modeled using 3DS Max 8.0 and compiled using FSX SDK tools and will only work in FSX or higher. It is NOT compatable with FS2004. The aircraft makes full use of FSX materials and also features skinned animated crew members in the external model. It also features a detailed virtual cockpit. All instruments, levers and selectors are modeled in the 3D model. It does not use the FSX gauge system and there is NO 2D cockpit. By Robert Bruce. 17.6MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:16 by archive
 
FSX
                  Bristol Fighter Mk.1 Pt 3
15.04Mb (1500 downloads)
FSX Bristol Fighter Mk.1 Pt 3. This file is part 3 of a 4 part download and contains visual models and textures depicting E2459 of 'B' Flight No. 88 Sqdn RFC/RAF, with the second long form of horizontal exhausts. This file requires the prior successful installations of parts 1 & 2 (F2BX1Pt1.zip and F2BX1Pt2.zip) The remaining download is optional. This aircraft was modeled using 3DS Max 8.0 and compiled using FSX SDK tools and will only work in FSX or higher. It is NOT compatable with FS2004. The aircraft makes full use of FSX materials and also features skinned animated crew members in the external model. It also features a detailed virtual cockpit. All instruments, levers and selectors are modeled in the 3D model. It does not use the FSX gauge system and there is NO 2D cockpit. By Robert Bruce. 15.4MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:16 by archive
 
FSX
                  Bristol Fighter Mk.1 or 'Biff' as it was called by it's crews
                  in WW1 Pt2.
19.63Mb (1903 downloads)
FSX Bristol Fighter Mk.1 or 'Biff' as it was called by it's crews in WW1 Pt2. . This file is part 2 of a 4 part download. Aircraft included in this file include 4 examples of the Bristol Fighter Mk.1 with long diagonal exhausts and 2 blade propellor. Aircraft depicted include E2601, F4306, E2529 and F4337. This file requires the prior successful installation of part 1 to function (F2BX1pt1.zip). The remaining 2 downloads are optional variants. This aircraft was modeled using 3DS Max 8.0 and compiled using FSX SDK tools and will only work in FSX or higher. It is NOT compatable with FS2004. The aircraft makes full use of FSX materials and also features skinned animated crew members in the external model. It also features a detailed virtual cockpit. All instruments, levers and selectors are modeled in the 3D model. It does not use the FSX gauge system and there is NO 2D cockpit. By Robert Bruce. 20.1MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:16 by archive
 
FSX
                  Bristol Fighter Mk.1 or 'Biff' as it was called by it's crews
                  in WW1 Base Package.
FSX
                  Bristol Fighter Mk.1 or 'Biff' as it was called by it's crews
                  in WW1 Base Package.
22.04Mb (6004 downloads)
FSX Bristol Fighter Mk.1 or 'Biff' as it was called by it's crews in WW1 Base Package. This file is part 1 of a 4 part download and contains visual models and textures depicting 3 aircraft with the earlier short form exhausts. No other downloads are required to make this functional. The other 3 downloads are optional variants. This aircraft was modeled using 3DS Max 8.0 and compiled using FSX SDK tools and will only work in FSX or higher. It is NOT compatable with FS2004. The aircraft makes full use of FSX materials and also features skinned animated crew members in the external model. It also features a detailed virtual cockpit. All instruments, levers and selectors are modeled in the 3D model. It does not use the FSX gauge system and there is NO 2D cockpit. Base Package filename: F2BX1pt1.zip. By Robert Bruce. 22.5MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:16 by archive
 
FSX
                  /FS2004 Fokker C.V-M/26.
3.29Mb (1871 downloads)
FSX /FS2004 Fokker C.V-M/26. This aircraft made an epic flight from Copenhagen to Tokyo and back in 1926, flown by A.P. Botved (pilot) and C.J.C. Olsen (mechanic). The Fokker C.V was a very succesful series of aircraft used for reconnaisance, as a light bomber or a two-seat fighter. It could be fitted with a lot of different engines, and wings of several configurations. Version 1.1, modified to work with FSX as well as FS2004. By Jens B. Kristensen. 3.4MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:16 by archive
 
FSX/
                  FS2004 Short S.25V Sandringham.
9.84Mb (3043 downloads)
FSX/ FS2004 Short S.25V Sandringham. The Sandringham was a civil conversion of the WW2 Short Sunderland maritime patrol flying boat. Liveries for BOAC, Norwegian Air Lines, SAS, RAI and Aerolineas Argentinas included. Version 2 model modified to work with FSX as well as FS2004. By Jens B. Kristensen. 10MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:16 by archive
 
FSX/FS2004
                    Messerschmitt Me 209 V4 Package
7.85Mb (2040 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Messerschmitt Me 209 V4 Package. On April 26, 1936, the world was informed that a specialy modified version of the Luftwaffe's single-seat fighter had raised the world air speed record to 755,11 km/h (469,22 mph). Later, Messerschmitt tried to make a fighter out of the Me 209. One experimental plane was built, the Me 209 V4. The flight tests showed that this plane was too difficult to fly for an average-trained pilot.Original mdl by Alain Coupet Modified version with gun/sound effects and new airfile for FS9/FSX by A.F. Scrub. 8MB Me 209 V4 lightfix. Light positions fixed by Bodo for all Me209 by A.F.Scrub.Just replace the aircraft.cfg. 35K
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:16 by archive
 
FSX
                  B-17G Fuddy Duddy.
6.44Mb (6334 downloads)
FSX B-17G Fuddy Duddy. Note this aircraft originally was made by Gary Herbert due to the fact that his plane was originally ment to cfs and then revamped for fs9 and now fsx the plane does have one quirk although all works as it should in fsx the screen that comes up after your choose your aircraft is not right it will black out at times this has no bearing on how it works once it is loaded in fsx so enjoy your flight. Adapted by Duane Tarbox. 6.6MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:16 by archive
 
4.52Mb (1161 downloads)
FSX / FS2004 Caudron C450 "Rafale" Hélène Boucher, 1934. Version 2 to fix the small bug occurred with older gauges.Adapted for FSX compatibility from my former FS2004 plane. Contains all the usual features (moving parts, etc, and even Hélène's face in the pilot seat). This French racer was built in 1934, originally for the "Coupe Deutch de la Meurthe" trophy. But this plane was also - and above all - the one used by the french female pilot Hélène Boucher to smash, during the summer of 1934, several very historical speed records - over 400 km/h - that made the young woman enter the legend, only a few weeks before her death in the crash of her personal plane ... Complete package with custom 2D panel (an original bitmap by me, using mainly stock gauges). No virtual cockpit. Designed by Pat Grange. 5.7MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:16 by archive
 
FSX
                  Couzinet 70 Arc en Ciel (Mermoz)
FSX
                  Couzinet 70 Arc en Ciel (Mermoz)
6.10Mb (2085 downloads)
FSX Couzinet 70 Arc en Ciel (Mermoz) Version B V to fix the small bug occurred with older gauges., complete package reworked for FSX compatibility. This a my FS2004 Arc en Ciel package, slightly reworked for a complete FSX compatibility. The airplane has moving parts, antennas, landing lights, interior details, opening door ... Includes the custom panel (an original bitmap by me) inspired by the only photo of the real one. The Arc en Ciel (= Rainbow in French), piloted by Mermoz, entered the legend by its direct postal flight across the South Atlantic on jan 16th 1933. And then by many other flights between Europe, Africa and South America. Mermoz used to say that the Arc en Ciel was definitely his favorite plane, with its so particular design and its exceptional performance for this time.Designed by Pat Grange. 7.5MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:16 by archive