Boeing 737-800 panel Version 1
This panel was designed based on actual B737-800 photos and
it is very close to the real one. All gauges were costumized
and specially created for this panel. By Hector Molina. 1.4MB
Fairchild 24R Panel.
This panel is intended to be used with the 1938 Fairchild 24R
(here) by William
Ortis, Lionheart Creations Ltd. and works well in FS2002. By
Eliezer Rice. 1MB
Set of Panels for the Russian MiG-15. It
features a split-screen look-down instrument overlay, ultra-crisp
gauges, an optional HUD, autopilot and Chuck Dome's GPS programmed
with Korean Airfields for use with the FOX-FOUR Korean War Project.
It is designed and tested for 1024x768 CFS2 only, although it
may also work in FS2000/2002. Created by Mike Eustace. 1.2MB
Boeing 777 Panel.
This Panel features a true working Tcas, WxRadar(see readme
file) and much more. The panel can be used with any B777 available,
although I did some rework on the VC of the default B777. So
I recommend you use this panel with that plane. The Tcas requires
a registered version of FSUIPC. Gauges by Johan Peeters, Chris
Reid and Eric Marciano This is an Auto installer file, Easy
to install. By Johan Peeters. 6.7MB
Tractor (Tug) Panel.
. This is a panel for the TG5000 Tractor (here)released the
day before this panel by Hauger Fredo. Its fictional but its
cool. (Includes 2 diffrent backgrounds) By Calvin Gwinner. 186K
with several new features including an FLR mode, moving terrain
map, animated HUD targetball, and many many more. Included are
lots of custom gauges giving I hope, a nice feel for the unique
aircraft and panel. Assembeled and presented by Roger "Maddog"
Gaylor File name: F22pnFLR.ZIP. 5.1MB
iFDG A320 Wing views.
These wing views are designed to work with Ken Mitchell's A320
panel (ab320mp.zip - here),
you must download and install this panel before using these
wing views. You also need to have the IFDG A320 here
model. Steve Quinn. 1.8MB
Douglas DC-3 MAAM-SIM Panel Modifications Requires
prior installation of the R4D-6/DC-3 package available from
Mid-Atlantic Air Museum Simulations (MAAM-SIM) at www.maam.org
Will not work with the default FS2004 DC-3. These unofficial
modifications, in two versions, of the panel supplied for
the DC-3 in the MAAM-SIM package are uploaded with their permission.
In both versions everything is consolidated on, or is accessible
from, the Pilot's panel. Most features are accessible from
the VC also. Version 1 replaces the Sperry autopilot with
a Bendix autopilot and adds an HSI and RMI to the panel; Version
2 retains the Sperry but replaces the directional gyro with
a more contemporary gyro with Heading bug. This panel also
has an RMI and a conventional VOR1 gauge. Both panels have
several other enhancements including standby radios. By Mark
Beaumont. File name: DCAMAAM4.ZIP
Douglas DC-3 MAAM-SIM Panel Modifications - update Some
pilots have reported a CTD (crash to desktop) problem with
my MAAM-SIM panel modifications as uploaded in DCAMAAM4.ZIP.
This has been pinned down to a conflict caused by the 'FSTSTuner'
status light installed on the panel, which is relevant to
the use of 'FSTSTuner' with 'Teamspeak' communciations software.
These revised PANEL.CFG files will blank off this gauge (although
not remove the entry, in case you should ever wish to revert)
and, hopefully, prevent any further problems of this nature.
If you are experiencing no problems (particularly, when calling
up the kneeboard within the sim) then you may not need this
update. By Mark Beaumont . File name: DCAMAAM5.ZIP