Could one of you guys post your panel.cfg or a description how to change the Stearman so the '65 version has the cockpit of the '55? That has been bugging me ever since my first instalation and I never figured out how to get the gauges into the '65 VC!
Seems to be little interest in this bird... so, did some basic military paints (my skills are limited). Here's a few pics of a few I like.
Some color differences on a few of the Navy Stearmans.
Few items I need to fix, but here a few pics...
These two are my personal aircraft... this is the reason I wanted to learn how to paint! One of a kind paint job with personal touches!!! Not for sale!
Adding a Kiwi flavour.
A couple of pics with me flying.
Love the second half of the video with the two Stearmans!
While pulling back on the stick when trying to do a loop, the plane would start bucking as it kept hitting stall and back out and back in quickly.
In the Aircraft cfg, and in the section [Reference speed], I reduced the stall speed numbers to 45, and now loops are so much more pleasant.
flaps_up_stall_speed = 45.0 \\62.5
full_flaps_stall_speed = 45.0 \\62.5
Enough can't be said about Sanderson's visual model of the historic converted stearmans. He nailed both of them to a tee.
PS: Just a note about what I experience with FS and Windows 7. All of my planes in FS9 have lite framerate issues while aircraft lights are turned on. Once I turn out the lights the framerate issue disappears. Didn't know if any of you might be getting the same thing or hadn't heard of this.
It's interesting for you to read this at Avsim !
Getting there. Personally I would get rid of the high alpha / reflective texturing on the rudder surface.
It is after all fabric covering and not a metal surface with paint on it. But since you call them your personal aircraft it is even more totally up to you
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