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F-100A "Rehab" of the ROCAF.

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F-100A "Rehab" of the ROCAF.


F-100A "Rehab"

 

This is an F-100A brought to D standards. i.e. AN/APR-26(v)/AN/APS-54 tail-warning radar rearward radar warning antenna.(You will have a audible only RWR in the pit) GAR-8/AIM-9B capability. However it still lacked flaps and the refuel probe of the D model.

 

Skins JSF Aggie based on Boscoe's old work from 4 years ago. Original high res temps by Sundonwer. Thanks for the assist Brian. Had more Hun's to skin than I could keep up with. Thanks to Ant for the excellent temps. Thanks to Sag and MJ for the know how to remove the probe, fix the flaps and the RWR. I did a lot of updating the ini to A standards. And finally you cant have a Hun without Galanti's pit. Drop into you aircraft folder and go fly.

 

She flies like a wet noddle. But hey, its an A model.

 

Skins are 2048x2048, not for wimpy crates.

 

 

Version 1.1

Updated ini's by MJ and starfighter. With wing fences removed, LAU-105 pylons used to hold the Winders. FM tweaks. A much more complete Taiwan F-100A Rehab. Thanks you two for your help.


 

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Rehab? Wet noodle? What is this a clinic? I thought it was Combat Ace?

 

 

PS: Nice Hun!

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I like it very much(excellent stuff indeed) - however - MoonJumper and me make it even more like "A"

- added LAU-105 pylons, removed 3 weaponstations('case Taiwan kites had only AA capability - 4 pylons which was seldome used for drop tanks and 4 Winders), removed tailhook, removed "fence" from upper wings, some FM tweaks...etc

 

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Cheers Dave and MJ

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I like what I see :good: Niiice!! Are You considering to post it???

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Um that is what is posted...

 

 

How about you give me the ini's and I update the package?

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Definately!

I want to study those inis...and see how they 'moved' the things!!!

 

Wrench

kevin stein

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