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SF2 KAW Gloster Meteor F8 (RAAF) by FC

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SF2 KAW Gloster Meteor F8 (RAAF) by FC


This is completely new Meteor F8 by FastCargo and completely new cockpit by Dels (good option for people without expansion pack).
Unpack to your main KAW folder.
Credits:
FastCargo - model
Dels - cockpit
HGBN - basic temps (unfortunately lost)
Crusader - avionics mod for Dels cockpit
Ravenclaw - new 'beta' 3" RP 60lb and napalm rockets
I made new stencils, some new panels, lines and rivets, weathering effects, skin for RAAF 77sqn, completely new bump & specular maps, new decals and nose arts, new MBMk1ESeat textures, new hangar and loading screens and some changes in data and loadout ini's.
Textures are not HR but TW standard +
Enjoy.

 

Kulbit80


 

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Great new model, great skin, and a beautiful new cockpit, thanks a lot Kulbit, FastCargo and Dels!

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Wow! Worth the wait! In many ways, it´s better than TW and correct for the RAAF Meteor. The only "bug" I´ve found is the seat. I´m still praying for the late Meteor with the all clear canopy. Thanks buddy!!!!!

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Great work guys. I've always found the stock Meteor F.8 a bit too good in air-to-air combat but this is much better and closer to contemporary pilot reports like the one which described it's altitude performance as "wallows like a sick cow".

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