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    Iris T-6 and PC-9

    Where can i get downloads for these now freeware aircraft please? preferably downloads that are stock and havent been modified

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    Both aircraft have never been freeware for FS2004 as far as I know.

    The PC-9 is available here:
    https://www.flylogicsoftware.com/pi/...latus-pc-9.htm
    currently on sale.
    Hartwig
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    pretty certain they were both made freeware. Just like how some sites sell old alphasim stuff thats now freeware

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    My memory isn't that good as it used to be, but I think anels9 is correct. At some point DSB/IRIS released several of the older models as freeware. I think the Mig-27 was one of them.

    The links were available at the IRIS web-site, however the models were physically hosted at JayKay's site.

    Since JayKey's site is gone, I think the models might be as well...............

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by huub vink View Post
    My memory isn't that good as it used to be, but I think anels9 is correct. At some point DSB/IRIS released several of the older models as freeware. I think the Mig-27 was one of them.

    The links were available at the IRIS web-site, however the models were physically hosted at JayKay's site.

    Since JayKey's site is gone, I think the models might be as well...............

    Cheers,
    Huub
    The MiG 27 is available here at the SOH, I uploaded it a few years ago when It went freeware. As for the T6 I have no idea if it went freeware or not.

    Steve

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    Some digging in old threads took to me to this thread:

    Smudge is David Brice owner from DSB/IRIS at that time: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...Texan-for-FREE

    The T-6 is now available at Simviation and according the text "with the permission of Mr David Brice". A search on "Raytheon/Beechcraft" will bring you to the model. However its labelled as "FSX/P3D", but looking at the history of this model, it might work in FS2004 as well.

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Quote Originally Posted by huub vink View Post
    However its labelled as "FSX/P3D", but looking at the history of this model, it might work in FS2004 as well.
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    It's a native FSX model.
    I checked it with a Hexeditor
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    Thanks for checking.

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Early FSX AND Fs2004 compatible PC9 still being sold
    Here -----> https://www.mailsoft.com/pi/FSX/Flug...atus-PC-9.html

    Ttfn

    Pete

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