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Gloster Meteor FR.9 (RAF)


Gloster Meteor FR.9 (RAF)


FR.9 Meteor in Service with the RAF.

Basic modding skills are required to run this mod.  (copy/paste, mod folder structure etc.) 

Install:
Copy paste Objects & Sounds folders (and all what´s in) into your mod folder.

Fuel tanks- not to be afraid. Overwrite or just leave it. 100 gal tank is original TW tank. You can overwrite or just simply do not copy.
175 gal tank also.
Tanks are just ini files. Mod use tanks that are part of aircraft lod.


This is pack contains only FR.9 model used by RAF.


All skins are in 4096x4096 format. You can easily resize to needed resolution. Better to downsize than rescale to higher res.

Credits.
Veltro2k  - the original T.7 early model.
yakarov79 -  model rework into FR.9 and some other mambo jumbo.
Charles - original FM from original T.7 upload. 
Me - painting the skins

You need expansion pack 1 to run this mod!!!

Have fun
Report bugs.

Schapen, March 21st 2019

Carlo "Soulfreak" Vecchi


 

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