12.37Mb (2547 downloads)
FSX-FS2004 Bf 109F 'Friedrich' Early in 1940, Messerschmitt designed a major improvement to the Bf 109. The 'F' model was planned to include structural and aerodynamic changes and a higher performance powerplant, the 1350 horsepower DB 601E. By tucking the radiators more tightly into the wings, the designers reduced drag and improved lift. The cowling was streamlined, the spinner enlarged, the propeller blades widened and shortened, the wingtips rounded, and the tail plane bracing struts removed. About 2,200 Friedrichs were built. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Feb 14, 2012 06:18 by A.F.Scrub
174.87Mb (11377 downloads)
I updated Greg Peppers C-97, KC-97E, KC-97G, KC-97L & 377 Stratocruiser for FSX. I replaced all incompatible gauges in the VC & 2d panels, added jet assist sounds for the KC-97L & added texture thumbnails. Includes both 2D & VC Panels.
Posted Feb 13, 2012 02:45 by Michael E. Roberts
19.64Mb (2503 downloads)
FSX two liveries complete package with animated parts, 2d panel and sound. No VC. The Potez 630 was a twin engine French Fighter. This Repaint(Exact Decals) resembles the 1940 Hellenic Air Force B227 Potez 633 that was a Light Bomber version of the Potez 63 series and used the same airframe with some modifications. It served From 1938 ~ Apr/1941 Batle Order: 10 aircraft, 31Bomber Sq (MIRA), Niamata-Menidi Greece. Codes: Black B221~B230 on fuselage. There are two liveries with top wing and tail decals (B221) and one with under wing decals only(B227 after Oct/28 1940). The type saw only limited use by France, Greece and Romania. Model by: Kazunori Ito. Repaint by Hellenic Aircraft / Yiannis Katehis Tsetsas
Posted Feb 10, 2012 18:31 by YIANNIS KATEHIS TSETSAS
8.94Mb (628 downloads)
2 fictional repaints of the Awesome 4 some DC-3. Repainted in the colors of C-ANDY & N-190A. Includes Ski & Cargo versions. Done on request of a Forum member. By Andrew Lessells (andy190).
Posted Feb 4, 2012 04:45 by Andrew Lessells (andy190)
5.85Mb (949 downloads)
Lockheed L-10A Electra repaint for FS2004/FSX. Featured is a reworked repaint of the "Wisconsin Central Airlines" Feb. 1948. It bears the NC16084 C.A.B. Registration number. I have reworked and added to the repaint ( Orig. repaint of David Reed) to make this repainted aircraft more towards being historically correct in markings. Needed will be the original aircraft found here at simviation by doing a search for " Lockheed L-10A Electra " by Arik Hohmeyer (FS-Design Berlin). If your from Wisconsin or a North Central Airlines fan, then this repaint is worth your time to download and install. By FoMoCo63 19.9MB size opened.
Posted Jan 30, 2012 23:36 by FoMoCo63
7.31Mb (3466 downloads)
FSX-FS2004 Mustang P-51a On September 9, 1940, only 102 days after the contract had been signed, the NA-73X prototype was rolled out though still waiting for its engine. The new fighter was named Mustang by the British, and the first British version was designated Mustang I. As soon as it was available, the 1,120hp Allison V-171 0-39 power plant was installed, and engine and taxi tests began. By comparison, Mustangs with the Allison engine could outperform the Merlin-powered variants below 15,000 feet. When production of the Allison-engined Mustang ended, 1580 examples had been built. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Jan 30, 2012 04:36 by A.F.Scrub
89.92Mb (3754 downloads)
After the successful release of the "Aces of the Commonwealth" package for FSX featuring the Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk, we decided to exercise our imagination and provide a new product featuring two new variations of the P-40 Warhawk, the P-40T and P-40X. The P-40T is a twin seat, twin engine variant of the P-40 airframe. Whilst the U.S. did experiment with a twin engine concept of the P-40C during wartime, it was plagued with poor stability issues and never went into production. The P-40X is a single seat P-40E with clipped wings and a contra-rotating propeller on a Merlin engine system. The joy of flight simulation development is the fact that we can now provide these "experimental" variants of the P-40 to you to enjoy in Microsoft Flight Simulator X. Please note that the airframes shown here are in fact completely fictional. Whilst their performance figures and development data are based on what we would envisage to be relatively accurate, these are complete figments of our imaginations and should be enjoyed with that in mind.
Posted Jan 29, 2012 15:21 by David Precopia
70.67Mb (5924 downloads)
This conversion is more than just a simple recompile of the previous FS2004 aircraft. We have added four brand new textures in this product representing four of Australia's WWII Aces, complete with new weathering and effects. We have also added new normal map and specular map materials to provide a stunning external experience. We have taken the time to record a brand new audio package for the P-40 Kittyhawk using authentic P-40 recordings featuring full 360 degree sound panning and new ambient sound for when you are sitting on the ground doing pre-flight. Now you can hear birds in the fields, aircraft and helicopters overhead as you ready yourself for flight! We have updated the internal cockpit providing a complete set of new gauges designed for easy reading and clarity, and even added a basic modern cockpit for those needing some navigation tools to hand. Pam Brooker, resident flight dynamics engineer has done a superb job of the flight model, giving you an aircraft which is a true joy to fly, however it is an aircraft you have to FLY, rather than many 'point and go' aircraft seen these days. All in all, IRIS are very happy at the conversion of this product and hope that you all will once again, enjoy the thrill of the P-40 Kittyhawk in Flight Simulator X. NOTE: See "FSX Root/IRIS Classics/P-40E Kittyhawk/Bonus Schemes" for additional paints.
Posted Jan 29, 2012 14:31 by David Precopia
8.45Mb (638 downloads)
FS9/FSX Martinair textures for Greg Pepper/Tom Gipson DC-7C. This aircraft was originally purchased in 1957 by KLM Airlines and was sold to Martinair in 1965. Derelict at Saulsbury in 1977.
Posted Jan 26, 2012 00:52 by Gary Harper