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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
10.92Mb (485 downloads)
FSX / P3D v3 Update of Kawanishi J6K1 Jinpu. This would be a conventional interceptor developed to meet Japanese needs during the war. It would initially be powered by a Nakajima NK9A0 (HA45-42) a radial piston engine, with forced cooling and a three-speed mechanical supercharger in the nose; the engine would have four propellers. However, the project has changed and the aircraft would be powered by a Homare 42 engine. The cab was designed to have a single seat and adjusted behind the engine in the typical manner. Engineers estimated a maximum speed of up to 685 kilometers per hour, with an exceptional range of about 5.5 hours and a capacity to fly to a maximum height of 10.060 meters. On the William Dickens model, make changes in flight characteristics, VC glass and gauges, propellers and others for use in FSX up to P3D v3. Thanks to the author of this magnificent model and to enjoy ...
Posted Feb 28, 2019 12:41 by Rodolfo Valery
24.23Mb (568 downloads)
FSX / P3D v3 Update of Yokosuka D4Y Suisei (comet). This was a dive bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy. The code of the allies was Judy. The D4Y was one of the fastest dive bombers of the entire war. Despite its limited use, its speed and autonomy made it effective in reconnaissance missions as well as in kamikaze attacks. They were built in several versions up to a total of 2,038 copies, mostly by Aichi. On the CFS2 model of Thicko, make changes of VC cockpit and glass, gauges, propellers, and flight characteristics for its operation in FSX up to P3D v3. All the merits and thanks to its creator. Original textures by Morton. Enjoyment.....
Posted Feb 28, 2019 11:21 by Rodolfo Valery
31.56Mb (715 downloads)
FSX / P3D up to v3. The Nakajima Ki-84 Hayate is a one-seat fighter flown by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service in the last two years of World War II. The allied report name was Frank, the designation of the Japanese army was Type 4 Combatant. The Ki-84 is generally considered the best Japanese fighter to operate in large numbers during the conflict. The plane had high speeds and excellent maneuverability with an armament that gave it a formidable firepower. The performance of the Ki-84 coincided with that of any single-engine allied fighter it faced, and its operational ceiling allowed it to intercept the B-29 Superfortress bombers. This is a revision, adaptation and repack of multiple skins, propeller revision, gauges, flight characteristics and others, for its operation is FSX and P3D up to P3Dv3 of the Akemi Mizoguchi model. To all the merits for this excellent model. Enjoyment....
Posted Feb 20, 2019 07:53 by Rodolfo Valery
12.23Mb (592 downloads)
FSX/P3D (up to 3) Kawasaki Ki-100 Tony. This is a combat aircraft used by the Japanese Imperial Army Air Service in World War II. The designation of the Japanese army was Combatiente of type 5 (Go- shiki sentouki or abbreviated like Goshikisen). No new code name was allied to this type. 275 fuselages were built as Ki-61 before being modified to accept a Mitsubishi Ha-112-II radial engine instead of the original Kawasaki Ha-40 in-line engine. This is a revision and adaptation of the YKrystof Malinowski CFS2 model now running on P3D up to P3D v3. VC drivers running, propellers, and other details to enjoy ..... All merits to its creators.
Posted Feb 19, 2019 16:22 by Rodolfo Valery
28.77Mb (707 downloads)
FSX/P3D3 Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien (Swallow) was a Japanese fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Army Air Force. The code name for the allies assigned by the United States War Department was Tony. The designation of the Japanese army was Type 3 Chase. It was the only Japanese mass-produced war fighter that used a liquid-cooled V engine. This is a revision and adaptation of the Yakemi Mizoguchi model CFS2 now running in P3D up to P3D v3. VC gauges running, propellers, and other details. Multiple skins, to enjoy ..... All merits to its creators.
Posted Feb 19, 2019 16:05 by Rodolfo Valery
11.99Mb (603 downloads)
FSX/P3D3 Aichi B7A Ryusei (allied name of Grace) This was a great and powerful carrier torpedo - dive bomber produced by Aichi Kokuki KK for the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service during the Second World War. Built in few numbers and deprived of the aircraft carriers from which it was destined to operate, the type had little chance of distinguishing itself in combat before the war ended in August 1945. This is a revision and adaptation of the Yashico model, Aichi B7A2 Grace for CFS2 now running on P3D until P3D v3. VC gauges running, props, and other details to enjoy ..... All merits to its creators.
Posted Feb 19, 2019 14:10 by Rodolfo Valery
8.68Mb (493 downloads)
FSX/P3D v3,v4 IIyushin_Il-4 The DB-3F was redesignated Il-4 in March 1942. The most notable change was the addition of larger defensive guns in the turret, using the 12.7 mm (0.5 in) UBT machine gun in place of the earlier 7.62 mm (0.3 in) weapons. Although the Il-4 was only a medium bomber, it could be used on strategic missions. FSX/P3Dv3,v4 Model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Feb 11, 2019 11:35 by A.F.Scrub
18.75Mb (1049 downloads)
FSX/P3D Northrop N9M 'flying wing' package with revised VC. The N9M is a 1/3 size research aircraft used in the development of the Northrop XB-35 and YB-35 flying wing and first flown in 1942. The model is the Tim Conrad version updated to FSX native format by LLS and now I have updated the 2d panel and VC with P3D4 compatible gauges. Thanks to Tim Conrad, LLS and Milton Shupe for the gauges. Assembled and tested in P3Dv4.2 by Chris Evans. Should also work in FSX and previous P3D versions (not tested).
Posted Feb 10, 2019 11:59 by chris evans