Shockwave's FW190 "Butcher Bird" skins

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moshe
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Shockwave's FW190 "Butcher Bird" skins

Post moshe »

Greetings all,

My name is Moshe, and I am brand new to flt sims! :D I have just purchased Shockwave's FW190, and have ordered MFS 2004, now, I'm looking for skins (and skin sites), that are usable on my 190!

Can anyone help me out here? Also, is it possible to fly this bird on any online sites (and, where are these sites)? Any help will be greatly appreciated!

Thank You,
Moshe
:D

Point-man
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Post Point-man »

Hi there, Moshe. There are actually quite a few sites and you can get skins for the 190 at.

http://www.avsim.com/

http://www.flightsim.com/cgi/kds?$=main/forum.htm

You can find servers to fly with people all over the place.

There is the netwings server. Which in the IP part of the mutiplayer just type netwings.org and the search and it will bring it up... There is a program called fshost or something like that which will show you all the different servers that are set up. Hope that helps...
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Epsillon
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Post Epsillon »

Hello Moshe,

You can also find great repaints on this sites:

http://www.sim-outhouse.com/
http://69.10.163.110/stovall/fs2004.htm

Regards

Stephan

moshe
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Location: Erie, Pennsylvania

Post moshe »

To:

Point-man & Epsillon..........

Thank you both (profusely) for the information, for which I am very grateful!! :D Again, Thank you very much!!

Shalom,
Moshe

Point-man
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Speaking of Epsillon, if I remember correctly (it's been a while since I've messed with fs9) he had some OUTSTANDING paints for some of the wings of power planes...
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ghostpony
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Post ghostpony »

i just visited tom stovalls site he some simply amazing repaints!!

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