5.29Mb (743 downloads)
This is a panel update for the Curtiss F9C Sparrowhawk by Paul Clawson. The package features both an entirely re-worked and enhanced VC and 2D panel. The panels are based on Erwin Welker's earliar "yellow panel" modification for the Boeing Stearman and contain David Eckart's gauges he used for his FSX update of the Stearman, which are a little more authentic than the ones of the original Sparrowhawk by Paul Clawson. New smoke effect has also been added. Original model by Paul Clawson, new panel configurations and smoke effect by Michael Pook.
Posted Mar 4, 2015 04:53 by Michael Pook
2.62Mb (445 downloads)
Textures only for A.F. Scrub's Mustang P-51H. Aircraft not included; requires the Mustang-P51H.ZIP file. This is painted as an H-model flown by the Pennsylvania Air National Guard in the late 1940's. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
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Posted Feb 24, 2015 23:59 by R.E. Wyman
3.06Mb (447 downloads)
Textures only for A.F. Scrub's Mustang P-51H. Aircraft not included; requires the Mustang-P51H.ZIP file. This is painted as an H-model flown by the Arizona Air National Guard in the late 1940's. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
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Posted Feb 24, 2015 23:56 by R.E. Wyman
13.68Mb (3007 downloads)
Ths is a panel update for the North American XB-70 Valkyrie. The Package features a new 2D panel option and a slightly re-configured VC, both with the great gauges by Philippe Wallaert. Both panels are now pretty much authentic to the real XB-70 panel. Original model by Massimo Altieri, FSX update and gauges by Philippe Wallaert, new panel option and configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Feb 24, 2015 08:57 by Michael Pook
22.66Mb (3828 downloads)
The C-82 Packet was a twin-engined, twin-boom cargo aircraft designed and built by Fairchild Aircraft. It was used briefly by the United States Army Air Forces and the successor United States Air Force following World War II. The aircraft was named as a tribute to the Packet Boats that hauled mail, passengers and freight in Europe and its colonies. This package features a VC fix as the original VC by Daisuke Yamamoto as well as the FSX update by Michael E. Roberts displayed a major grafic VC issue (window struts hanging in the air, holes in the cockpit). The VC also has a lot more gauges now like radar and GPS and so looks more like the real C-82 panel. Other than the grafic issues the VC looks actually very detailed. New smoke effect has been added, too. Original model by Yamamoto and FSX update by Michael E. Roberts, VC fix, new VC configuration and smoke effect by Michael Pook.
Posted Feb 18, 2015 08:50 by Michael Pook
7.97Mb (3208 downloads)
The Aeromarine 39 was an American two-seat training seaplane ordered by the US Navy in 1917 and built by the Aeromarine Plane and Motor Company of Keyport, New Jersey. Of conventional biplane configuration and construction, the aircraft was designed so that its pontoons could be speedily detached and replaced with wheeled undercarriage for shore operations. Fifty of the original design (later referred to as the 39A) were produced, featuring twin floats and powered by a Hall-Scott A-7 engine. These engines suffered from reliability problems and were prone to catch fire while in operation. A redesign followed, whit a more reliable and secure powerplant (the Curtiss OXX-6 of 102 HP), and an increasing of the wingspan to create more lift for water take-offs. This became known as the 39B. One of the 150 39B built (serial A-606) earned a place in history when on October 26, 1922 piloted by Gofrey DeCourcelles Chevalier make the first landing on the deck of a ship, the first American aircraft carrier of the U.S navy, the USS Langley. The plane not specially built for carrier operation and equipped whit early hook harness equipment proved to be very unpredicable when hooked by the wire on the deck of the ship and suffered a lot of accident, (later some was equipped whit a skid in front of the wheel to prevent the problem). Trials of underway carrier takeoffs and landings continued through 1922 and 1923. Feature: built whit FSX acceleration sdk, fully detailed DX10 model, all Part fully animated, virtual cockpit, (V3.3 upgraded 32 bit texture, new radiator skin + new front seat position)
Posted Feb 11, 2015 01:49 by Ronald Dandurand
16.71Mb (2424 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 F-47 D Thunderbolt The big Republic P-47 Thunderbolt was one of the most successful and best-loved fighters of all time. The 'Jug', named for its bulky shape, was a monster of a machine, yet it was fast and manoeuvrable. After WW2 many Thunderbolts arrived in the National guard squadrons, as F-47 and were still being flown in 1955. Seven different textures created by Mick. Tested in Windows7/8.1, FS2004/FSX/FSXacceleration. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Feb 10, 2015 16:34 by A.F.Scrub
15.97Mb (1414 downloads)
The Curtiss P-36 Hawk, also known as the Curtiss Hawk Model 75, was an American designed and built fighter aircraft of the 1930s and 40s. The package features a new VC design based on the original 2D panel and more important gauges added. It includes three liveries, two by A.F. Scrub and a new one. New smoke effect has been added too. Original model by A.F. Scrub, new VC design, panel configuration and new livery by Michael Pook.
Posted Feb 10, 2015 13:00 by Michael Pook
6.28Mb (989 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Heinkel He112b fighter The He 112 fighters were designed by Heinkel in response to Luftwaffe's call for a monoplane fighter that could attain a high speed, which the He 112 design fulfilled, but the contract eventualy went to the Messerschmitt Bf 109 design due to He 112's expensive price tag and perhaps partially due to the crashes during performance review. Even though the BF109 won the Luftwaffe contract, Heinkel still produced 98 He.112's. It was mostly used by Spain, Japan, Rumania and Hungary. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Feb 10, 2015 12:10 by A.F.Scrub