About This File
DLC 23 F-4N PHANTOM II ENHANCEMENT PACK
This is a mod to enhance the DLC F-4N. It includes data.ini's for smoky engines,
realistic weapons and drooping ailerons. It also features many skins that have been
touched up using Sundowners templates. Finally it has 100 historic BuNo's, and
several styles and colors for modexes. It covers a wide spread of N users without
becoming completely OCD.
-3 F-4N aircraft (N, N_77, N_80) to help keep some order and smallness of file size. skins covered include USN/MC Grey, Overall Gloss
Gloss Gull Gray(circa 1980), Lo Viz Grey (1981) and TPS (1983). Ferris and Heater Ferris were not used for the most part on N models.
-my expanded squadronlist.ini. tho many units are stock in here, several will not show without this. Plus it's got room for anybody you
can think of and then some more.
-an expansive NavalF4 decal folder to cover all years after Vietnam (EXCEPT 1976). not all will be full right now, but
they will be filled up with some future planned mods.
-a Numbers folder with Buno's for the N, and several styles of Modex's
-smokier engine effects for the J-79s.
-J-79 engine sounds
REQUIRED: The TW F-4N Phantom II, DLC 23.
same as any other mod. unzip the file, paste into your mod folder, allow overwrites for old copies
of the smoke effects and the F-4N.ini.
First is a HUGE THANK YOU to mytai01. much of this work is based off of his model for decalling the F-4 Phantom.
Some of the nn tgas are even lifted off his B model skins and adjusted into N models BuNos. Those that have seen
his work will recognize much influence in this mod.
Thanks to Sundowner for his templates. With a Sundowner template, you have to work hard to screw up a skin!!!!!
As with all my Phantom mods, thank you to Spillone104 for his J-79 effects. I do like them so, and hope
you will as well.
thanks to JSF_Aggie for his drooping aileron edit for the data.ini. although TK fixed that in the July
2013 patch, i have not patched there yet and know that many still haven't. for the time being the mod
uses JSF_Aggie's work.
Thanks to Gerwin, Blade, Wrench, Dave, mppd, Ghost531 and many others who have given me answers and resources
to many technical questions the last year and a half I've been working this.
special thanks to Ghost531 and CrazyHorseB34 for getting me off my fourth point of contact when stalled
on this project
and as always thanks to TK who developed both the game and the particular DLC, then left enough work for
likes of me to fill in.
again thank you for downloading this mod and i hope that you enjoy it!
20 August 2013