10.30Mb (1452 downloads)
Fokker D-XXI (gear, no ski) with working VC. Original model by Krzysztof Malinowski. All I did was making it fly in FSX, made the panel work (gauges are included) and add some effects. Have fun!
Posted Nov 21, 2011 10:02 by Erik Hertzberger
17.12Mb (3279 downloads)
Koolhoven FK-58 with working VC. Original model by oldliner52/Michel Migaud. Updated for FSX with working gauges in VC. No 2D, only a mini panel. All necessary gauges are included. Have fun !
Posted Nov 20, 2011 13:02 by Erik Hertzberger
4.49Mb (1355 downloads)
Kawasaki Ki-100 with working VC. Original CFS2/FS2002 model by Krzysztof Malinowski. All I did was making it visible/flyable in FSX-Acc. and some changes in the the panel, the panel.cfg, the aircraft.cfg and the airfile. Have fun!
Posted Nov 18, 2011 12:15 by Erik Hertzberger
6.25Mb (1642 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 FW 58C Weihe, bomber trainer With the creation of the new Luftwaffe, a fast, light and economical multi-purpose aircraft was necessary for the satisfactory re-training of pilots for the faster combat planes and training as gunners, bombers and radio operators, blind and night flying, and in 1934, Focke Wulf supplied the first prototype. The Fw 58 "Weihe", named after the Kite, a falcon like raptor bird (Milvus), was a general purpose machine. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Nov 16, 2011 05:12 by A.F.Scrub
8.95Mb (766 downloads)
5 what if textures for Tim Conrads Northrop XP-56. A fascinating aircraft, but designed just before a number of breakthroughs in aerodynamics-notably the perfection of laminar-flow airfoils. Redesigned around a larger, heavier engine that delayed the program for almost a year, hamstrung by a host of 'looks good on paper' design features, the XP-56 was a dreadful aeroplane, but made several contributions to the state of the art; notably in magnesium fabrication and heliarc welding. The second prototype survives in storage with the NASM collection at Silver Hill, Maryland. What if it had of worked out? 5 what if repaints depicting USAAF and lend-lease RAF, RAAF, Armee d'Air and Soviet P-56's. Fortunately, Mr. Conrads P-56 is a joy to fly, and despite being so fugly it goes right around the scale back to cute, is a gorgeous model and a great add-on for your virtual hanger. Textures in DXT3 no mipmaps DDS, formated in shared texture format with shared texture folder and original texture, with ammended aircraft config file.
Posted Nov 14, 2011 23:30 by Lazarus Starkweather
8.55Mb (2761 downloads)
The PA-12 was produced by Piper from 1946 to 1948. It was called the J-5C until Piper changed its nomenclature scheme. It could carry three people with the pilot sitting alone in the front and side-by-side passengers behind. It was flown solo from the front. This is a FSX native project. It has a slight specular shine and reflective glass. The exterior and interior are modeled from Paul Matt's excellent drawings. The VC has working gauges and animated flight controls. There is no 2D panel. By Paul Clawson
Posted Nov 13, 2011 23:41 by Paul Clawson
1.79Mb (616 downloads)
The Yak-11 design was based in large part on the successful Yak-3 fighter, and became the Soviet Air Force's most widely used trainer aircraft. From 1953, an additional 707 were licence-built by Let in Czechoslovakia under the name C-11 (LET C-11 in some documentation). Both Yak-11 and C-11 were used in all Warsaw Pact countries and were exported to eighteen countries. Technical Data: Wingspan 9,20 m Lenght 8,50 m Height 3,28 m Max. takeoff weight 2418 kg Max. speed 465 km/h. Repaint C-11 OK-JZE: Jozef Košík
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