All I had to do was put a set of tires on her and fly away Honestly I was just playing around with the paint kit to see what it could do.
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- 02 Oct 2007, 18:14
- Forum: Pilot's Lounge
- Topic: What is Aircraft Powerpack II ?
- Replies: 14
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I would guess it is the P-40 pictures on the cover.JJB17463rdBombGroup wrote:Oh I see Aircraft Powerpack II is out now.But it mentions 6 aircraft rather than 5 in the WOP II WW2 fighters part.Is there an extra surprise aircraft included ?
There is not a paint kit available for it. I am hoping that one will become available as there are a few I wouldlike to do but dont have it in me to do another paint kit from scratch as I did before.
Well I have just uploaded Version 2 of the bombsite that was created for FS2004. This version has been updated to work witht eh WOP B-17II for FSX. This gives you a basic adjustable bombsite for dropping bombs with in FSX. Note the bombs are not included. It has been uploaded to www.sim-outhouse.com...
Well here is the deal. I have been doing some test flights using the bombsite. Here is what I have learned. FSX takes into account aerodynamic forces from the aircraft and the wind on the bombs. What does this mean? Basicelly to use the bombsite we will have to find somebody that actually knew how t...
The bomb I use has a really good bomb effect with it. I would really like to get an online game going with a pilot copilot/ bombadeer. But I think the 4 hours to fly the mission would be a bit to long for most people. I also have to work on a bombing table so there is a basic settings for people to ...
Here is a pic of teh updated bombsite I had originally made for FS2004. It has been updated for FSX and the WOP B-17II. It had adjustments for drift, angle and zoom. Not a nordon site but it should work as a manual bombsite. I want to thank Rob for his help with this. Otherwise this project would be...
Is there a formula or a chart somewhere that tells you how to do the math for a bomb site adjustments. Eg at X speed and Y alt you set the lead angle to Z degrees? This would be for a munual site and not a computerised or assisted one.
- 24 Jul 2007, 17:56
- Forum: Heavy Bombers and Jets
- Topic: B17 dropping Bombs in FSX (Warning Pics)
- Replies: 19
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A full duplication is most likely not doable. But a decent site can be done. My problem is getting the view in FSX to angle down with a 2d panel. I thought I had this working before but It is gone now and I can t find it. I am back on it again tho. Having a droppable object is not limited to mission...