Model, panel bitmap, Vcockpit and FS2004 aircraft files by F. Giuli with FSDS V.3.
Textures by Uncle TGT. CFS2 airfile, panel.cfg and aircraft.cfg by Peperez (Pepe Rezende), DP by Peperez (Pepe Rezende) and Uncle TGT.
Effects by Kelticheart.
The Ca 314 was the culmination of a series of twin-engine monoplanes starting with the Ca 306 transport of 1935. It was the most extensively built Ca.310 derivative, with 425 units. While the Ca 314 was quite vulnerable to Allied fighters and it carried only a small load of bombs, it was of some value in the maritime reconnaissance role. Versions were also used as a torpedo bomber, ground attack and transport. The project has seven planes used by Italian, Italian Co-Belligerent, Croatian and German Air Forces.
FS2004 model, panel bitmap, Vcockpit and aircraft files by F. Giuli with FSDS V.3. Textures by Uncle TGT. Panel bitmap by Carlos Echevarria (Gaucho_59), CFS2 airfile and aircraft.cfg by Peperez (Pepe Rezende). DP by Peperez (Pepe Rezende) and Uncle TGT. Effects by Kelticheart. The Caproni-Begamaschi Ca.313 was an Italian monoplane, low wing, twin-engine reconnaissance aircraft used in World War II. Derived from the similar Ca.311, the Ca.313 flew in 1940 and served at Italian, French and Swedish air forces. In all, 271 units were built between 1940 and 1942.
Model, panel bitmap, Vcockpit and FS2004 aircraft files by F. Giuli with FSDS V.3
CFS2 airfile and aircraft.cfg by Peperez (Pepe Rezende)
DP by Peperez (Pepe Rezende) and Uncle TGT
Tests by Uncle TGT
The BR.20 was a good overall design, but it soon became obsolete, and the lack of improved versions condemned it to be only a second-line machine, underpowered and lacking in defensive firepower. The final production variant was the BR.20bis which was a complete redesign. It had a fully glazed nose, a retractable tail wheel, and more streamlined fuselage, pointed fins, although the main change was increased engine power from two 932 kW (1,250 hp) Fiat A.82 RC 42 radial engines and improved and heavier armament. Only 15 BR.20bis were built from March to July 1943, with heavy Allied bombing of Fiat's Turin factory preventing further production. There is no evidence that they were used operationally.
IS4G_FIAT_BR20_ai.zip (5.28 Meg)
IS4G Fiat Br-20 ai
A ai version of IS4G's Fiat Br-20 with 3 new skins for Battle of Britain, Spanish Civil War & the Greek campaign, This is set up as an ai-only plane as the schemes look a bit tacky up close but are adequate at combat distances. The framerates are very good! I have included textures for yellow cowls if you feel the urge to change them. Have fun, Oldwheat
by oldwheat (2009-09-10 16:00:36)
Re2002.zip (6.96 Meg)
by: W. Dickens, Obio, Peperez et al. The Re.2002 Ariete II (Ram II) fighter-bomber used a Piaggio 1,175 hp radial engine and had a top speed of 329 mph. The Re.2002 was an agile and sturdy plane and was the best fighter and attack bomber in the Italian Air Force. This package contains 15 different skins by Obio.
by bismarck13 (2007-10-15 12:01:17)
Corrado_RE2001_PACKAGE.zip (7.15 Meg)
Corrado Revised Reggianes 2
By Peperez over an IS4G original file by Corrado La Posta. Revised Airfile and panel. Marty discovered some glitches that wer corrected here. More realistic behavior. The Regianne Re.2001 Ariete (Ram) was a marked improvement over the Re.2000 and the overall performance put it in the class with the MC.202, but the Macchi fighter got production priority. The first prototype of the Re.2001 flew in 7/40, using the wing system and tail of the Re.2000, but redesigning the fuselage as the engine used was the Alfa Romeo license built version of the Daimler Benz DB 601A-1.Production proceeded slowly with 40 built in 1941, just over 100 in 1942 and the rest in 1943.
by peperez (2009-04-14 23:16:50)
Model, panel bitmap, Vcockpit and aircraft files by F. Giuli with FSDS V.3
Textures by Uncle TGT
CFS2 airfile, aircraft.cfg and panel modification Peperez (Pepe Rezende)
DP by Peperez (Pepe Rezende) revised by Uncle TGT
Effects by Kelticheart
The original order Norwegian Ca.310 order, including options, was for 24 aircraft, but after seeing that the aircraft did not perform well, they refused to accept any further plane after receiving the first three units. For the rest of the aircraft Norway requested better performances to be achieved. Using Piaggio P.XVI R.C.35 engines instead the anaemic Piaggio P.VII Caproni developed the Ca.312 version. After assessing the prototype, Belgium requested 16 aircrafts, but German Wehrmacht was quicker and occupied both countries in 1940 before the machines were delivered. All 40 planes built were used as transports by Italy's Regia Aeronautica.
This file contains the original Fiat G-55 made by Ignacio Alfredo Mendive as used by him in the CVFA CFS2 squad. As the only available versions do not contain a panel nor a VC, he kindly gave his permission to upload this complete file at the Sim-Outhouse. The model is done by Ignacio Alfredo Mendive, the superb textures by Gabriel Miranda Naon and the Flight model by Jerry Beckwith.
Since the beginning, I intended to upload the Italian Baltimore with these textures. Unhappily, they were lost at the Internet. A few days ago, Carlos Echevarria sent them again and here they are. Just copy the folder to your CFS2 aircraft folder and they will replace my poor Fiorellino version.
DATTOMO_AND_QUAI_Ro41.zip (2.06 Meg)
D'ATTOMO AND QUAI Ro41
This aircraft was designed as a fighter, but was underpowered even by mid-1930s standards. It was fairly agile. Theoretically, it was capable of reaching an altitude of 1,000 metres in 1 minutes 32 seconds, 3,000 m in 3 min 47 sec, and 5,000 m in 7 min 34 sec, which was much faster than the standard Italian fighter, the Fiat CR.32 (3,000 m in 5 min 10 sec). It was also more manoeuvrable than the CR.32, and cost much less. However, a top speed of only 320 km/h was much too slow.
by peperez (2009-01-28 04:29:26)
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I4ro37.zip (300.74 Kb) (downloaded 502 times)
IS4G IMAM Ro 37 Lince
IS4G The IMAM (Industrie Meccaniche Aeronautiche Meridionali) Ro 37 was the standard recon plane and for army cooperation duties of the Regia Aeronautica. On june, 10th, 1940, 20 squadrons were equipped with this plane, for a total of 215 planes. Being of obsolete conception they served althoug on all fronts up to the 1943 armistice.
by isoliti4gatti (2007-08-02 18:36:37)
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CFS2 SIAI Marchetti SM.84.zip
CFS2 SIAI Marchetti SM.84. In 1940, the Regia Aeronautica received a new addition to its bomber force, the SM.84, that was designed to replace the SM.79, but which never succeeded in equaling the performance of its illustrious predecessor. This was principally due to its lack of maneuverability, making it anything but ideal in the role of torpedo-bomber, and due to the general lack of reliability of its Piaggio P.XI engines. The model is made by William Dickens The airfile and dp are by Pedro Paulo Rezende (Peperez) The panel .bmp is by Phil Perrot (from the Alphasim Collection). 1.3MB
This is a CFS2 conversion of Payakan's nice Caproni CA.313 using his paintschemes. Prop texture is from 'Kelticheart' as usual. Also included is a new flight model and a dp file. Panel is lend from Achim's Fw189 panel. There are some texture mapping problems appearing which couldn't be solved. Please put a propriate sound. cfg into the sound folder. ChrisN, December 2007
Model, Vcockpit and FS2004 aircraft files by F. Giuli with FSDS V.3. CFS2 airfile, DP, panel.cfg and aircraft.cfg by Peperez (Pepe Rezende). Pilots by William Dickens (Bismarck13)
The Ca.101 was a derivative of the Caproni Ca.97, with an enlarged airframe, which increased the payload from 574 kg (1,265 lb) to 800 kg (1,760 lb). Initially planned as a civil airliner, it was soon converted to the bomber/transport role. The aircraft was a typical 1920's design. It had three engines, one in the nose and one under each wing, high wings and a fixed undercarriage.
WD_Ba65.zip (2.85 Meg) (downloaded 810 times)
Breda Ba65 for CFS2
The Breda Ba.65 was a single-engine ground attack aircraft used by the Italian Regia Aeronautica during the Spanish Civil War and World War II.
Credits: The model and .dp by William Dickens
The textures are by Oldwheat
The airfile by Peperez
The Panel by Corrado La Posta
Pilot Figure, Engine: Dave Eckert
Prop Texture: Kelticheart
by bismarck13 (2007-08-02 07:55:32)
Corrado_RE2000_PACKAGE.zip (8.64 Meg)
Corrado Revised Reggianes 1
Revised Re2000 airfile and panel. Marty discovered some glitches that wer corrected here. More realistic behavior. First of the Reggiane serie it was in some way derived from the Seversky P-35. Compared with contemporary italian fighters it had a slight advantage in speed and nearly doubled range. Having provision for naval roles and a certain vulnerability in the fuel tanks it was, in the end, the italian Zero! Armament was of 2x12.7 mm plus small bomb loading. An interesting weapon it could carry was the "spezzoniera Nardi", a rack for 44 small bombs weighting 2 kg that could be dropped in sequence.
by peperez (2009-04-14 22:47:16)
Payakan_Ca133.zip (1.18 Meg)
Payakan Caproni Ca133
The Caproni Ca.133 was a three engine transport/bomber aircraft used by the Italian Regia Aeronautica from the Second Italo-Abyssinian War until World War II.Originally developed as a civilian airliner and successor to the Caproni Ca.101, the Ca.133 prototype first flew in December 1934, and production began in 1935. The military version of the aircraft were used as transports and light bombers and saw action on all fronts.The Ca.133, like its predecessor the Ca.101, was a robust and inexpensive aircraft, designed to be easily maintained in difficult conditions and cheap to run. Its performance suffered accordingly, even by 1930's standards. The aircraft was powered by three engines, one in the nose, and one under each wing, mounted in nacelles supported by steel tubes. It was of mixed construction, with a fuselage of steel tubes covered in plywood and fabric. The wing was mounted high, roughly elliptical, and made of wood and steel. The undercarriage was spatted and fixed.Armament consisted of four Vickers machine guns; one dorsal, one ventral, and two lateral. Two small internal bomb bays were able to hold up to 500 kg, and larger ordnance could be mounted externally.
by peperez (2007-12-17 08:26:40)
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