15.53Mb (819 downloads)
This is an update for FSX of the Seafire F46 by A. F. Scrub. I have added a trim gauge and a nav/GPS switch to the panel and centered the gun sight on the VC for the guns effects using the views section in the aircraft.cfg file. I changed the size and position of the GPS and made the radios bigger and easier to see. I corrected the contact points and the engine position, etc.; and updated the flight dynamics. I took out the off-set invisible drop tank that gave it a built in right turn. This update includes the under wing texture fix. Done in FSX, may not work in FS9.
Posted Jan 13, 2017 12:54 by Bob Chicilo
40.47Mb (783 downloads)
This upgrade of my DB70 Part 3 BBMF Lancasters was made possible by Jeff Lind of Sydney, Australia who had the xml skills and interest to build a working Flight Engineers Panel using all 6 Lancaster wing tanks. The Lancasters (3) have been set up to simulate, as near as possible, the discusion I had with Flight Lieutenant Tim Dunlop, the BBMF Bomber Leader and Pilot of Lancaster "Thumper III" (KC-A), during a visit to Coningsby on Members Day 2015. The documentation provides an insight into how the BBMF Lancaster is flown in the modern day real world and I request simmers at least try to SIMULATE. Intended for FLYING in Wide View Aspect. Additional guages and updates to existing Plane-Design gauges by Jeff Lind. Trim gauges by Ted Cook. Lancaster paints by Koos van Menen of The Netherlands, UKMIL and an original fs9 Plane-Design paint adjusted for FSX. Concept by Ross McLennan. This upload WILL NOT function in P3D.
Posted Jan 12, 2017 04:02 by Ross McLennan
17.06Mb (982 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Seafire F Mk 46 The Supermarine Seafire F.Mk.46 was the first version of the Griffon-powered Seafire to be truly suitable for service on aircraft carriers, featuring contra-rotating propellers that solved the handling problems caused by the torque problems introduced with the Griffon. The 24 aircraft that were produced had fixed wings.They were used for training and trials, before being withdrawn in 1951. This is a new model by A.F.Scrub. It is fully working in FS2004 and FSX.
Posted Jan 10, 2017 02:58 by A.F.Scrub
11.27Mb (767 downloads)
The Blackburn B-20 was a Prototype twin-engined Flying Boat with retracting floats, first flying in early 1940. However, after a crash killing three crew members the development of the aircraft ceased. This package is an FSX update of the FS2004 model designed by Ted Cook. A modified FDE now enables the plane to fly in FSX. The VC and interior has been enhanced and smoke has been added as well. Thanks to Ted Cook for the original model, all modifications by Michael Pook.
Posted Dec 26, 2016 02:03 by Michael Pook
14.50Mb (1264 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Seafire MkXV The Supermarine Seafire, or Sea Spitfire (the official name), was a naval development of the Spitfire, and was the first modern carrier based fighter fielded by the Royal Navy. The Mk XV had the single stage Griffon engine in a basically Seafire L Mk III airframe but with wing root fuel tanks, retracting tailwheel and larger tail of the Spitfire VIII. It had folding wings. Armamant was two cannon and four machineguns. The arrester hook was often of the "sting" type, whereas previous marks had used a "v" frame hook. The XV could carry a 500lb bomb , 390 produced.. This is a new model by A.F.Scrub. It is fully working in FS2004 and FSX.
Posted Dec 22, 2016 11:54 by A.F.Scrub
12.27Mb (548 downloads)
This package is an FSX update of the FS2004 Douglas Devastator by Paul Clawson and includes a repaint by Enrique Medal. It is basically a panel update for both the VC and 2D panel featuring an enhanced VC without the graphic issue the default one as well as the FSX update by Michael E. Roberts displays in FSX. Credits for the model goe to Paul Clawson and to Enrique Medal for his repaint. Panel update and new smoke configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Dec 14, 2016 02:50 by Michael Pook