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January 31, 2014
FSX – Airbus MFD Model Gauge For The Saitek FIP. This version of the Airbus MFD is a replica of the gauge provided with FSX and has been adapted for the Saitek Flight Instrument Panel. This version was created primarily for use with the FSX Airbus A321. It can also be used with the A319, A320 and A330 variants. All LS components of the original gauge have been replicated in this version. In addition both GPS and DME displays have been included and can be selected using the S1 button on the FIP. By Michael D. Harvey.
January 28, 2014
FS2004 – Hawker Sea Fury Racer Panel. Here are three panels for the Hawker Sea Fury in modern configuration for the Reno Races. One is in red for the G-FURY, the other in yellow for Miss Mercy or Sptember Pops, and the grey one would be for the RAN. By Michael Vader.
January 27, 2014
January 25, 2014
FS2004/FSX – Great Lakes Biplane Panel. Updated 2D and VC for the Sport Trainer by Tim Conrad. Custom XML gauges, including new TRIG comm and transponder. Plus new panel bitmaps and config files. Tim’s FS2004 aircraft does work in FSX, so both FS2004 and FSX panels are included. With tips, by Bob Kellogg.
January 14, 2014
FSX – Panel For Merlin Stratojet Duckwing. A photorealistic panel for the Merlin Stratojet with a matching VC. This panel is for the fictional duck winged warbird or racing aircraft from Eugene Heyart which comes with six liveries and animated engine bay doors (SJ_MER_2.ZIP). This panel is an alternative replacement for the original carbon panel and uses default FSX gauges. Panel bitmap and configuration by Erwin Welker.
January 7, 2014
FS2004/FSX – Airbus A380 2D Panel V3 For Multiple Monitors. Note: This panel is designed for use with freeware aircraft only. This panel is for use with computer operating systems, video cards and adapters that can horizontally span the display across two or more monitors. This version includes: a 20% perspective left to right providing a more realistic view of the first officer panel; a new overhead panel with 186 working switches. The pedestal has been reworked to add more switches and reduce the number of blurry non-working switches. Not all switches are connected to aircraft systems. The original 2D flat main screen is also included. Includes panels and all gauges. By Alan M. Harvey.