SGA McDonnell-Douglas DC10 Panel. ·
Original Panel: Staffan Ahlberg · Modifications and Bitmaps:
Mike Baumann, Fraser Turner · Special thanks to Staffan Ahlberg
for giving us permission to rework and re-release his wonderful
panel! DC-10 Aircraft here.
FS2004 Enhanced 747 CARGO Panel.
This is the cargo version of my 747 Panel, that is no cabin
views. Requires my FS2004 Enhanced 747 Panel. (CJH_747_pnl_01.zip
& CJH_747_pnl_02.zip - here)
by Chris Hutchings. 1.9 MB
panel of Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat for
carrier operations. Use the bitmap image of Sergey "Araks" Golovachev
(http://www.comesk.com) and use rcbco-11.zip package of Rob
Barendregt and Doug Dawson. By Sonny* and Benoit M. Dube of
Royale French Navy 285 KB
Boeing 727 Panel.
This Boeing 727 panel has been optimized for the FS9 Virtual
Airline and Virtual Cargo pilot. Built around Mike Stone's excellent
FS2002 model 727 but useful on any 727. Offers good forward
visibility. Clear and legible gauges, fully functional with
no junky eye candy. No panel-blocking windowed radio stack or
throttle quadrant, everything save for GPS is right up front
where it belongs. This panel is for those of you who must fly
the 727 into live traffic and bad real-world weather. Individual
engine start/stop controls, fuel computer, highly readable ILS
glideslope, and traditional 727 type autopilot. Tested accurate
on NAV1 ILS approach coupling. Includes config files for four
different night illumination choices. Requires FS2002's Concorde
gauge set (available here).
This panel has been designed for 1280x1024 resolution and has
been tested in FS9 ONLY. By Gary Smith. 4.1MB
Enhanced Jabiru Panel,
updated from the previous panels that came with my last three
Jabiru aircraft (here)
. This panel utilizes photos for side views for realism. There
is a diffrent improved radio stack, GPS, and icon buttons for
calling up the added accessories. All extra guages are included.
Panel by William Ortis, Lionheartcreations.com. 3.5MB
Custom F-14 Panel. This
Panel is designed for members of the Simviation Forums. It is
based on actual photographs and includes mostly custom gauges,
including the TCAS, HUD, and PFD. Zach Smith (Saratoga). 1.1MB
DC-3 SINGLE IFR PANEL COMMS PACK UPDATE 2.3
This package may appeal to those who fly the DC-3 or other aircraft
in multiplayer using Mark "Dark Moment" Beaumont's IFR panel.
The modification was initially designed for the very active
virtual airline 'DC-3 Airways' (www.dc3airways.com). It updates
this panel to be able to change either preset 'Teamspeak' or
'Roger Wilco' frequencies from within the cockpit with no task
switch, depending on which Comms software is in use at the time.
That said, the new 'Roger Wilco' switch gauge included can be
added to any panel, allowing switching of preconfigured 'Roger
Wilco' frequencies with no requirement for additional software
other than 'Roger Wilco' itself. Offered with choice of white
or orange Bendix-style readout. To use the 'Teamspeak' gauge,
which appears as a light on the COM2 panel and can be switched
using dialed frequencies, 'Teamspeak' Client and 'FSTSTuner'
software are required. Full details are in the README. By Mark
Beaumont and Matt Kaprocki. File name: DC3_COMM.ZIP (original
DC panels here)
F-14B Panel and FDE package ver 2.
This package upgrades Dino Cattaneo's F14B model for FS2004.
The panel features Heads Up, Heads Down and RIO views with catapult
& arrestor cables control. Uses a custom FSNavigator interface
for IFR, Tactical, and Aircraft Carrier Autoland. The package
Includes Fuel Computer, Apollo GPS, TCAS Radar, TCAS HUD, Meatball
HUD, Mini Panel, and GPWS pull-up Warnings. All HUD funtions
work togeather with collective intigration. The F-14B FDE is
refit from my previous F-14A FDE that was with Dino Cattaneo's
visual model for FS2002. The new FDE features real world F-14B
specifications, editable ordinance weights, and has all specifications
listed in the FS09 Kneeboard. The autopilot is updated for fighter
models with tighter turns, and minimal overshoot. The FDE also
includes the latest effects for the model. Credit is given to
many authors who have taken an interest in fighter aircraft.
By John J Schumacher / Schu Engineering. 5.1MB