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  • wombat666's Avatar
    Today, 03:22
    Currently one major concern is central to Chromium 3 being carbonised into Chromium 6 which is proven to be Carcinogenic. The first containment that I thought of was Asbestos, given that so many older buildings in the rural areas are old and most likely original. And of course, all the rubber, assorted metals, petro chemicals, and inevitably pesticides that would be found in farming and agricultural properties. PS: Of course the 934 received a thorough pressure wash (upper and lower surfaces). Steamed out the engine bay and threw the 'foam' filters away, she's due for a three monthly service anyway. :encouragement:
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  • wout's Avatar
    Today, 02:19
    The mystery plane is the Delta Wing by Cecil Goddard from Saskatchewan, Canada. Registration was CF-VCW. OH please
    20470 replies | 3201912 view(s)
  • dhazelgrove's Avatar
    Today, 01:30
    dhazelgrove replied to a thread Queenair? in Prepar3D V4
    There's this, perhaps? Dave
    2 replies | 110 view(s)
  • Captain Kurt's Avatar
    Today, 00:52
    Nice shots :very_drunk:
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  • TheBookie's Avatar
    Today, 00:15
    Beau's on the attack
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  • bazzar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:48
    Simple, it got finished first.:engel016:
    9 replies | 517 view(s)
  • Allen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:43
    No interest in P.20 or 3d modeling in general. I can make the Me 334 into a jet quickly.
    10 replies | 427 view(s)
  • blanston12's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:37
    Great news but how did it get released before the C-47, I though that was the priority.
    9 replies | 517 view(s)
  • lazarus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:31
    My pleasure, though the origins were somewhat less than alturistic:a1310: Yea, I'an I a rough old cobb...It's getting on towards finished. I was getting an intermittent derp on cat activation with the AS RA-5C. I'm not certain if I did something to the aircraft cfg, or if it's a problem with the points on the boat. Any issues, do let me know. It was a bit of a beast getting all the cats working. The cats in FSXA seem to be highly sensitive to the distance from centroid, which is why the centre point is quite far forward. I'm also interested in the performance of the Fresnel lens. I think the physical model of the MLS needs a bit more twist outboard. Near as I can tell, the ball flys you down to an OK threewire. I don't think I was getting skewed by observational bias - Eg: bunting...
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  • Odie's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:57
    Getting the DCS world update downloaded and the Carrier will be the first purchase after it completes! :encouragement:
    49 replies | 5915 view(s)
  • wombat666's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:47
    24/06/2005 is the date on the 'Read Me' for this Beech D18S. Probably the very best free D18S and a fitting tribute to Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas and André Folkers artistry.
    2354 replies | 531205 view(s)
  • dogfish's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:17
    Thank You very much.
    33 replies | 8498 view(s)
  • Ivan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:11
    The P-39C is a quite interesting package. It appears to be a conversion of a FS98 flight model with a very rudimentary Damage Profile as part of the CFS conversion. As can be seen in the screenshot of the firing of all the armament, there is a motor cannon and four wing machineguns. There are no guns on the cowl as there should be on a P-39C. The panel is quite attractive but also shows some of the DP problems. There are 500 rounds of cannon ammunition and 1000 rounds of gun ammunition. The cannon rounds weigh about 2 pounds each, so if the weight per round were correct, that would be 1000 pounds of ammunition for the cannon which actually only carried 15 rounds. (The cannon ammunition in the DP only weighs about 1 ounce per round.) The lack of a heavy cowl...
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  • scotth6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:29
    Pre purchase complete. Now I am hanging for it to come out though :untroubled: Only $24.99 USD (about $37 AUD) for me, so pretty happy with that. It's gonna be great.
    49 replies | 5915 view(s)
  • fsafranek's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:28
    fsafranek replied to a thread Queenair? in Prepar3D V4
    Found this but it is FS98 vintage. Probably won't work in P3D. :encouragement: I just don't think anyone has made one since then. Several King Air's around though. :ernaehrung004:
    2 replies | 110 view(s)
  • MZee1960's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:03
    They say 'good things come to those who wait', and we've been waiting for nearly fourteen years. MS is definitely leaving no stone un-turned in the development of their groundbreaking new sim.
    4 replies | 130 view(s)
  • Easy Flier's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:19
    I got pt1 downloaded but none of the others will let me. I'm done for the night will try later ...
    25 replies | 10522 view(s)
  • Ivan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:56
    This is another Airacobra that is loaded on my Development Machine. After releasing the update (Version 0.52) to my rework of Eric Johnson's Airacobra a few days ago, I was looking around to see what other versions of the P-39 I had on the machine and came across this rather interesting package by Indianola. It is obviously also based on Eric Johnson's 3D model but is intended to represent the P-39C in an imaginary paint scheme similar to what the prototypes may have worn. A little History: The P-39C was the first 'production' model of the P-39 Airacobra. It carried less armament than later P-39's and carried no armour or self sealing fuel tanks. Because of the lack of equipment, the P-39C was determine not to be combat ready and production switched to the more capable but...
    1 replies | 58 view(s)
  • sdsbolt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:55
    If you think you can find some info then I will send you a list. Just PM me your email. thanks, Steve
    3 replies | 87 view(s)
  • pilto von pilto's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:41
    Thats the first time you run it and every time you restart the sim. Long story short : Custom prop animations require a gauge. The gauge doesnt get loaded when you are in the chooser. Pick a plane and then let it load and then immediately select another and you should see the prop. We had this discussion on another addon. The time most people spend in the chooser is minimal as compared to having correct/accurate start up timed to videos of the exact plane starting up. It is a function of an almost 15 year old game engine. Fingers crossed for FS2020.
    11 replies | 298 view(s)
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