Republic XF-12/XR-12 "Rainbow"
The Rainbow was a recon plane developed at the end of WW2 and
was capable of cruising at 450 mph at altitude. This model was
created with FSDSv2 and includes moving parts, alpha channel
reflective surfaces, transparent windows, nav lights, landing
lights and "on demand" contrails. Ken Mitchell's Connie panel
(with modified bitmap) is included. By Paul Clawson. 2.5MB
Hawker Sea Fury T Mk20 Royal Navy Package.
Includes models with and without droptanks. RNHF livery with
a choice of painted aluminium and metallic textures is provided.
Aircraft has many moving parts and lights and contrail effects.
2D cockpit and virtual cockpit as well as sounds are also included.
By David Hanvey and Paul Barry. Airfile by Jerry Beckwith. 19.8MB
Curtiss Wright CW-1 "Junior"
The CW-1 was Curtiss Wright"s attempt to enter the light plane
market just before the great depression. It was very popular
with it's owners as it was easy to fly. This FSDSv2 project
has moving parts, a bit of a specular shine, and a transparent
windshield. A 2D panel based on a drawing and a unique "Put-Put"
sound file are included. By Paul Clawson. 774K
Focke-Wulf 190 A-3. FW 190A-3
flown by Oberleutnant Arnim Faber, the adjutant of III Gruppe\/JG
2. Faber accidentally landed this machine (WNr 313) at a British
airfield on 23 June 1942. FSDS2 Design & Textures by J R
L'Air Azur VA Super Constellation Textures only .
A repaint of Mike Stone's model in the colors of L'Air Azur
VA, with high detail reflective textures and new night lighting
effects. Size and placement of windows and exits has been corrected.
This repaint aims to recreate the glamorous look of vintage
aircraft in the Golden Days of Commercial Aviation. Textures
in 32bit extended format with no mipmaps. (Requires Full Mike
Stone Constellation here).
Repaint by Joao Paz. 1.7MB
Douglas DC-3 Four Fuel Tank Conversion Kit
The default FS2004 DC-3 is configured for three fuel tanks,
whereas by design the C-47/DC-3 had four from which to draw.
Many airlines using the DC-3 commercially blanked off, removed
or never installed one tank in order to maximise payload; they
were usually operating shorter routes than were typical of the
C-47 in military service, This conversion kit gives the option
of restoring the aircraft to four-tank configuration, giving
greater range for long duration flights. Offering realistic
fuel management, this option can replace your default configuration
or, alternatively, add four-tank aircraft to your DC-3 collection.
Note that this file will only be of use to those pilots who
like to set up fuel and payload properly before a flight; pilots
using default FS settings of maximum fuel and full payload will
find that the aircraft is over maximum takeoff weight in this
configuration. By Dave Bitzer and Mark Beaumont. File name: