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P4084 Y8L of 765NAS Feb 1940-June 1941, based at Lee on Solent and Sandbanks. The texture is for the Flying Stations Freeware Swordfish floats version.
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Posted Apr 12, 2015 18:28 by Enrique Medal
15.07Mb (1809 downloads)
This is an update for FSX of the Avenger TBF1 TBM3 by A. F. Scrub. I have updated the flight dynamics so it performs closer to the specs for the aircraft and I have adjusted the brakes so it will stop quicker than the update I did of the TBM3U without nosing into the runway. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Apr 11, 2015 02:35 by Bob Chicilo
13.84Mb (2146 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Grumman Avenger TBF-1, TBM-3 The Grumman Avenger made a major contribution to the outcome of the Second World War as a carrier-based naval aircraft. Procured in large numbers, the type saw action with Allied Forces in virtually all theatres of operation. Robust and reliable, the Avenger survived in large numbers into the post-war period and was adapted to a wide variety of uses. Avengers remained in service until the mid 1950. GMAX model, tested in FSX/FSXacceleration/Fs2004 Win7/8 by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Apr 3, 2015 14:38 by A.F.Scrub
4.56Mb (1132 downloads)
FS9/FSX Buffalo Textures for the JBK DC-4. Buffalo Airways is a family-run airline based in Hay River, Northwest Territories, Canada established in 1970 by Joe McBryan, also known as "Buffalo Joe". They operate scheduled passenger, charter passenger, charter cargo, firefighting and fuel services. These textures depict a Buffalo Airways C-54 in 2009.
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Posted Apr 3, 2015 14:35 by Gary Harper
9.20Mb (689 downloads)
This is an update for FSX of the Avenger TBM 3U by A.F.Scrub. I have added a trim gauge and a fuel gauge to the panel, changed the 2D view angle, and the view zoom. I have changed the contact points to where they should be and adjusted the brakes so that it is harder to nose into the runway while braking. I also changed the position of the wing apex, the horizontal stabilizer, the vertical stabilizer, and the engine. I changed one of the beacon lights to a white nav light and changed its position a bit, and changed the other nav light numbers to 3 that were 8 so they are visible. This update contains the whole aircraft.
Posted Mar 30, 2015 20:46 by Bob Chicilo
0.38Mb (864 downloads)
This is a panel fix for the Avro CF-100 Canuck. While changing some parameters in the panel.cfg, I messed it up (the turn coordinator does not fit the gauge frame). Sorry for the inconvenience!
Posted Mar 29, 2015 10:21 by Michael Pook
11.50Mb (1800 downloads)
The Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck (affectionately known as the "Clunk") was a Canadian jet interceptor/fighter serving during the Cold War both in NATO bases in Europe and as part of NORAD. The CF-100 was the only Canadian-designed fighter to enter mass production. For its day, the CF-100 featured a short takeoff run and high climb rate, making it well suited to its role as an interceptor. This package is an FSX update of the Alphasim FS2004 version and features FSX compatible gauges for the VC and 2D panel as well as an entirely modified and enhanced VC. It includes five additional beautiful repaints. In addition, smoke effect and thumbnails have also been added to the aircraft. Original model by Alphasim, repaints by Ed Desroches, FSX update, VC modification and smoke effect by Michael Pook.
Posted Mar 29, 2015 07:30 by Michael Pook
527.80Mb (3645 downloads)
The RWD-13 was a Polish three-seater sports and touring strutted high-wing monoplane of a mixed construction,designed by Stanisław Rogalski and Jerzy Drzewiecki of the RWD team in 1934.The RWD-13S was air ambulance variant with a starboard hatch for stretchers in the fuselage,modified rear doors and removed one seat.Plane has wings folded rearwards equipped with automatic slats,6 textures sets,fully animated VC ,modifiable accessories,PDF instruction (in aircraft folder) and custom external control panel. Paint Kit available in another link.Rob Kowalski from FlyFreeStudio.
Posted Mar 24, 2015 05:57 by Rob Kowalski