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FSX/Acceleration and optional P3dv3 and FS2004 Bugatti concept racer 100P and fighter plane 110P. Ettore Bugatti has built many fascinating cars and very successful racing cars but he bagan to build also an extraordinary racing plane in 1938. Lightweight, extreme aerodynamic and at this decade allready airbrakes, a V-tail and two 450 hp engines in line should allow up to 800 kmh. The 2 propeller shafts was on the left and right side of the narrow cockpit and ended at the combined gearbox in front of the cockpit. The racer was never completed, a fighter version was just planned and the replic from 2015 crashed in 2016 with the loss of the airplane and the pilots life. This addon with vintage airplanes let you fly safely both versions. Both with photorealistical 2D panels and VC which regards to the replic from 2015. The racer showes in FSX and Acceleration Alpha channeled glossy surfaces. For FS2004 and P3dv3 are optional textures without Alpha channels included so you can use that models also in that simulators but without shining surfaces. The FDEs, made by our whole team, allows you to reach 450 mph. The exterior textures for both versions are made by André Ludick, the panel design and configuration by Michael Pook and the FSDS 3.5 model by Erwin Welker
Posted Apr 3, 2019 03:57 by Erwin Welker
16.60Mb (538 downloads)
FSX/P3D v3,v4 P-47 Razorback V2 Republic's immense and powerful P-47 Thunderbolt was one of the truly great fighters of World War II, built in greater numbers than any other U.S. fighter. In combat, the P-47 was an effective air-to-air fighter, but it was an even more effective air-to-ground weapon. It had great diving speed and a tremendous payload capacity . Original Alphasim model. One model with Malcolm canopy and one standard canopy version, with corrected droptank. FSX & P3D all versions up to v4. by A.F.Scrub .
Posted Mar 25, 2019 10:23 by A.F.Scrub
88.69Mb (552 downloads)
FSX / P3Dv3 Update of Nakajima J9N / J9Y Kikka. It was originally a prototype bomber developed in the aftermath of World War II. Its design was based on the Messerschmitt Me262, but with smaller size. Some design elements were more conventional than in their model, such as wings without the light arrow of the German, or a straight rudder, instead of triangular, but the Kikka added the innovation of the folding wings, to facilitate its entry into tunnels and caves and protect it from bombing. The Kikka only made a brief test flight without retracting the landing gear on August 7, 1945. Using RATO rockets to assist the takeoff on the second flight, four days later, the incorrect angle at which they were made the maneuver impossible, and after aborting the takeoff, the aircraft was damaged when it left the runway. Shortly after the war ended, and the development of the apparatus stopped. Two prototypes were built, and between 18 and 25 devices were under construction at that time. Based on the model of Ryukichi Shimizu, personally and made changes in effects, vc cockpit, gauges, several skins petenecientes to various authors (Lazarus) and others, for its operation is FSX and P3D up to version 3. All merits to its authors and enjoyment....
Posted Mar 20, 2019 20:46 by Rodolfo Valery
23.10Mb (518 downloads)
FSX/P3D v3,v4 Thunderbolt P-47D-25. Republic's immense and powerful P-47 Thunderbolt was one of the truly great fighters of World War II, built in greater numbers than any other U.S. fighter. In combat, the P-47 was an effective air-to-air fighter, but it was an even more effective air-to-ground weapon. It had great diving speed and a tremendous payload capacity. FSX/P3D (up to v4) model by A.F.Scrub .
Posted Mar 16, 2019 08:10 by A.F.Scrub
11.77Mb (658 downloads)
FSX/P3D v3,v4 P-47D bubble cockpit Republic's immense and powerful P-47 Thunderbolt was one of the truly great fighters of World War II, built in greater numbers than any other U.S. fighter. In combat, the P-47 was an effective air-to-air fighter, but it was an even more effective air-to-ground weapon. It had great diving speed and a tremendous payload capacity. FSX/P3D v3, v4 model with 4 textures and 3 variants. by A.F.Scrub .
Posted Mar 11, 2019 13:55 by A.F.Scrub
17.08Mb (519 downloads)
FSX / P3D v3 Update of Nakajima C6N1 Saiun. In 1942 the Japanese Navy asked for a reconnaissance plane that reached a speed of 650 km / h, a climb of 6000 meters and an autonomy of 4960 km. The original proposal by Nakajima was a plane with 2 propellers on the wings, a rather unconventional design. However, as the Homare NK9B Nakajima engine was then available, it soon expanded this plan in favor of a conventional configuration of the engine in the bow. This engine was quite large and many problems had to be solved to install it and the final result was a rather large aircraft with a cylindrical fuselage and quite narrow. The Myrt had support devices and flaps and had a very small laminated flow, all to cause a dramatic increase in speed. Like the B6N Tenzan shortstop, the rudder was slightly tilted backwards, to be able to operate on aircraft carriers. The first prototype flew in May 1943. On the model of Akemi Mizoguchi, make changes in VC gauges, propellers, flight characteristics, and other details for its operation in FSX up to P3D v3. All merits to its creators. Original textures by Morton. Enjoyment.....
Posted Mar 3, 2019 00:20 by Rodolfo Valery
27.37Mb (554 downloads)
FSX / P3D v3 Update of Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa (peregrine falcon). This was a fighter single-engine tactical used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service during the WWII. Its official designation of the Japanese army was Hunting Type 1 and its code name for the Allies was Oscar, but American pilots used to call the Army Zero (Army Zero) for its resemblance to the Mitsubishi A6M Zero of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Its designer was Hideo Itokawa, who would later become famous as the pioneer of Japanese rocketry. On the model of Akemi Mizoguchi make improvements in VC cockpit, gauges, propellers, and other details. All the merit to its creator and to enjoy ....
Posted Mar 1, 2019 00:27 by Valery Rodolfo