9.80Mb (2106 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Messerschmitt Bf110 G4 Nightfighter After the Battle of Britain, the Bf110 lost it's status as the elite of the Luftwaffe. It did quite well in the opening stages of the Barbarossa campaign against Russia and in Greece/Yugoslavia, but even then, it was considered semi-obsolete because the Bf 210 was to replace it. It was very successfull as a night however, and served for most of the war. Original CFS2 mdl by Mathias Pommerien, Enrique Medal and Alessandro Biagi . Upgrade to FSX/FSXacceleration, FS2004 by A.F.Scrub. Tested in FS2004/FSX/FSXacceleration Windows 7/8.
Posted Oct 16, 2014 02:51 by A.F.Scrub
23.98Mb (2163 downloads)
In honour of Akemi Mizoguchi (Hago), I converted his CFS2 Bell P-39D Airacobra for FSX. I did put in all the liveries I could find, so you have 12. I also put in a new widescreen 2D-panel with full working gauges and there is a normal 2D-panel, also with full working gauges (all included), plus 6 extra shift-F panels, and a new minipanel with American instruments. Also an updated VC, also with full working gauges. Ctrl-W opens the 2 doors, shift-C/V opens/closes the cowlflaps. L-key gives gun-effects for fun. Please see the readme1st for the credits. Enjoy!
Posted Oct 15, 2014 14:24 by erik hertzberger
27.06Mb (1876 downloads)
This is the Bell X-1 with the VC and 2D panel updated from my earliar update a year ago. The panels are now designed to depict the real X-1 cockpit as it was used in 1947. This is the whole aircraft. Original model by Julian Higgs, new panel design by Michael Pook.
Posted Oct 2, 2014 16:52 by Michael Pook
17.45Mb (2926 downloads)
This is a VC and 2D panel updated from my earliar update of the North American X-15. Both panels have now been entirely re-worked and enhanced and look much more detailled and realistic now. This is the whole aircraft. Original model by Massimo Altieri, new panel configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Oct 2, 2014 12:38 by Michael Pook
19.71Mb (4076 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Dornier Do-31E3 VTOL-transport aircraft. Only two flyable Do-31 was built, but only the E3 had the ability for vertical take offs and landings. She was the only VTOL transporter in the world that era and she flew 154 successfully test flights between 1967 and 1970 until the project was rejected for strange reasons. Today the Do-31E3 is displayed in the Deutsche Museum Munich at the historical airport Oberschleissheim, just 70 km from my hometown and so I had the chance making many detailed photographs. My FSDS-model is extremly detailed and the exterior, 2D-panel, VC-cockpit and virtual cargoroom are all photorealistical. Many external and internal cameras will show you the best sides of this amazing aircraft. The model has 55 moving parts and is easy to fly. This is a whole airplane, made by Erwin Welker
Posted Oct 2, 2014 03:39 by Erwin Welker
5.34Mb (1605 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Bristol Blenheim Mk I The Bristol Blenheim was the first modern 2 engine metal skinned bomber of the RAF. By the outbreak of World War II few Blenheim Mk Is remained in service with home-based bomber squadrons, having been superseded in the bombing role by the Blenheim Mk IV. But their usefulness was by no means ended, many continuing to serve as conversion trainers and, initially, as crew trainers in OTUs. Original model by Thicko,upgrade to FSX/FS2004 by A.F.Scrub
Posted Sep 27, 2014 04:55 by A.F.Scrub
6.95Mb (1302 downloads)
Fs2004/FSX Morane Saulnier D-3802 The Swiss continued development of the MS.412 when French involvement stopped following the June 1940 Armistice. The D.3802 was based on the MS.540, with a Sauer YS-2 (1250 hp) engine. The prototype flew in the autumn of 1944. After being retired from operational use as a fighter, the type remained in service as a trainer and target tug until 1959. Tested in FSX Acceleration, FSX and FS2004, Windows 7 and 8. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Sep 20, 2014 02:59 by A.F.Scrub
8.70Mb (480 downloads)
This is a panel update of my earliar update of the Critical Mass. I enhanced the VC and cleaned it up so now there aren't double gauges anymore. I also modified the 2D panel, which now enables the pilot to look out of the 2D cockpit by zooming out. This is the whole aircraft. Original model by A.F. Scrub, new panel configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Sep 13, 2014 04:54 by Michael Pook