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  • HouseHobbit's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:00
    Oh Yea!! Working on several historical missions <Title> ETO Me 163b Schubert B-17 intercept HH 200 <Overview>***Limited fuel load of 35 percent. to make this mission realistic** 24 Aug, 1944 Jg 400 Schubert intercepted B-17 bombers bound towards Mersburg Germnay. He engaged the bombers from above making two passes, engaging and downing one B-17 each pass, on the bomber formation.. <Intelligence>Inbound enemy bomber formations. Take off and engage the bombers. Climb to 30,000 feet. (9150 meters) Glide back to base and land.. When you make hits from 1000m to 100 meters the 30mm cannon hitting the Bomb Bay makes for some Big bangs.. (First draft of this mission, will adjust as needed on the fuel load need approximately 8-10 mins max.) Win 7 machine
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    November 24th, 2014, 23:11
    gecko replied to a thread Screenshots! in CFS3 General Discussion
    I don't know how you see well enough to fly with those settings, but it does look cool.:encouragement:
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  • mvg3d's Avatar
    November 24th, 2014, 07:40
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FS 2004 Skins Description: Regarded as the best Italian aircraft of World War II together with the Fiat G-55 Centauro, the Macchi-Castoldi C.205 proved to be extremely effective in action, destroying a large number of Allied bombers and capable of successfully clashing on equal terms with such renowned fighters as the North American P-51D Mustang. Although the C.205 was able to match the best Allied opponents both in speed and maneuverability,it was introduced late during the conflict. Moreover, due to the poor Italian industrial capability of the time, only a small production run was delivered to combat units before the end of the war. Famous C.205 pilots are Italy's highest scoring ace Adriano Visconti and the top scoring C.205...
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  • mvg3d's Avatar
    November 24th, 2014, 07:20
    Hi Friends, Just uploaded.
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  • HouseHobbit's Avatar
    November 23rd, 2014, 16:00
    My condolences for the loss to your family.
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  • mvg3d's Avatar
    November 23rd, 2014, 11:28
    The Luigi Gorrini's (MOVM) Aermacchi C.205V
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    November 23rd, 2014, 11:25
    The Luigi Gorrini's (MOVM) Aermacchi C.205V.
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  • mvg3d's Avatar
    November 23rd, 2014, 11:20
    Hi Stefano, Take a look at your messages BOX. I prepared the Gorrini's livery for my C.205V, I'm waiting for the corrected text from Kelticheart.
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  • mvg3d's Avatar
    November 23rd, 2014, 11:14
    Hi Dmaloof, I sent to Mario Misson the Z.506's GMax source files (together with the Z.1007's ones) for the CFS2 conversion, he's working....... I think that the post-war edition isn't suitable for a "combat" use..... Mario has the "S" model too. :wavey::wavey::wavey::wavey:
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  • gecko's Avatar
    November 22nd, 2014, 11:21
    She is a really sweet airplane to fly, by all accounts it had the best flying characteristics of any tailless aircraft. Responsive, well balanced controls at all air speeds, very gentle stall due to the leading edge slots,and of course the unbelievable speed and acceleration. Your biggest challenge will be hitting anything when your speed is so much greater than that of your target.
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    November 21st, 2014, 00:15
    mvg3d replied to a thread A question in FSX General Discussion
    Hi Huub, Thank You for Your efforts, I'll wait for the upload...... I'm studying to make the repaint of the ONLY Italian Staggerwing (I-IBIS), owned during '30 by Ala Littoria's CEO as personal plane (with A.L. colours and markings)....... :applause::applause::applause::applause:
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  • HouseHobbit's Avatar
    November 20th, 2014, 21:21
    Those are some beautiful screen shots Master Wiekniera!! Very grateful for the Masters who have made all of this possible. Master Ankor and Master Gecko, and the ETO team for the work I am using. Many Masters have worked very hard to improve our beloved Combat flight simulator 3 and expansions of late. onward and upward. :applause: :applause: :applause:
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    November 20th, 2014, 17:19
    Those are looking great!
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  • mvg3d's Avatar
    November 20th, 2014, 01:36
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FS 2004 Civilian Props Description: PART 2 - THE PEACETIME YEARS The post war Aironi retained their AR126 engines all the way to retirement in 1959, but they were modified to have feathering Savoia hydraulic constant speed airscrews which required new controls in the old cockpit. High power then became available for TOGA for the first time allowing take off from smaller harbours during air ambulance sorties, and perhaps overload survivor rescue. The omnipresent problem of engine overspeed disappeared, but the early series Bristol Pegasus engines remained too primitive to have cowl flaps to control engine cooling. The gondola lost its windows and ventral hatch to reduce drag. New navigation equipment and procedures were...
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  • mvg3d's Avatar
    November 20th, 2014, 00:07
    Hi Friends, I just uploaded the C.R.D.A. Cant.Z.506 Post War Version. C.R.D.A. Cant.Z.506 "Airone" Postbellico (Post War) (V.01) FS2004 by Manuele Villa, November 2014 PART 2 - THE PEACETIME YEARS The post war Aironi retained their AR126 engines all the way to retirement in 1959, but they were modified to have feathering Savoia hydraulic constant speed airscrews which required new controls in the old cockpit. High power then became available for TOGA for the first time allowing take off from smaller harbours during air ambulance sorties, and perhaps overload survivor rescue. The omnipresent problem of engine overspeed disappeared, but the early series Bristol Pegasus engines remained too primitive to have cowl flaps to control engine cooling. The gondola lost its windows and...
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  • HouseHobbit's Avatar
    November 19th, 2014, 16:13
    Oh Yea!! Thanks very Much..
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  • HouseHobbit's Avatar
    November 19th, 2014, 16:08
    One should never hand me a Nice Me 163b and say Fly it! Yea, this beauty is wonderful !! Thanks Master BorekS for this one, working on Historical missions for Her. On my Win 7 machine with and without shaders on. Much rejoicing!!
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  • gecko's Avatar
    November 19th, 2014, 12:11
    Looks great Ted! Looking forward to it!
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    November 17th, 2014, 13:29
    gecko replied to a thread Screenshots! in CFS3 General Discussion
    It's all in how you set it up, when it's working as intended the aircraft are actually far less glossy. Some people just prefer the gloss look I guess.
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  • HouseHobbit's Avatar
    November 16th, 2014, 04:06
    Researching for Historical missions for this beautiful Bird. Have several commitments to complete for the ETO team, then I will get all of this out. Been rather busy with Real life issues but expect to complete many commitments to my Brothers on the ETO team soon. then off and running on some Historical Missions for this beautiful bird. Thanks very much.. :applause: :applause: :applause:
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