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  1. KS-3/4 Ejection Seats

    Hello Guys, 
    We are releasing the KS-3 and KS-4 Ejection Seats for the upcoming Sukhoi family.
    KS-3 was used by Su-7/9/11/17 early
    KS-4 was used by Su-15/17M/20/22
    If the seats were used by other planes, just post the info in the comments pls. 
    Place the seats on the Objects/Pilots folder on your game folder and use this in the (plane) data.ini for the new seats:
    Positon for the TK Su-7: (example)
    // Crew ---------------------------------------------------------
    [Pilot]
    SystemType=PILOT_COCKPIT
    PilotModelName=Pilot_Mi-8
    SetCockpitPosition=TRUE
    Position=0.0,4.93,0.83
    SeatModelName=KS-4
    SeatPosition=0.0,4.79,0.86
    ****************************************
    You need to remove the Su-7 standart seat first with ini edits:
    "Su-7_data.ini"

    [AircraftData]
    ***
    ***
    Component[0xx]=EjectionSeat   <----- add this to the components (take care of the number for the xx)

    [EjectionSeat]  <----- Add this section down below the components
    ParentComponentName=Fuselage
    ModelNodeName=EjectionSeat_ok
    DestroyedNodeName=tailgun_cabin_glass
    DetachWhenDestroyed=TRUE
    HasAeroCoefficients=FALSE
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Model by 76.IAP-Blackbird
    Skin by Enoc alias Flogger23 

    103 downloads

       (2 reviews)

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  2. Su-35BM - Skin

    This Skin was done by MOIERISHE , you can use it only with Inskyes Su-35.
     
    The birds are not located in this Downloadsection!!! But the Skin is free and legaly created.
     
    All stuff should be inside.
     
    To use this skin, drop the contents into your MOD folder.
     
    Add the following text to your Su-35BM.ini
     
    [TextureSet003]
    Directory=Su-35S Camo
    Name=Su-35S Camo
    Nation=Soviet
    Specular=0.500000
    Glossiness=0.500000
    Reflection=0.300000
     
     
    Skin By Me "WINGOVERISRAEL" David !
     
     
    Best regards
     
    Martin

    404 downloads

       (7 reviews)

    8 comments

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  3. Old Mig Pilots 60`s -80`s

    In this package you have two pilots, one with orange and one with green clothes!
     
    PilotWP = Orange
    PilotWO = Green
     
    this Pilot was done by Amokfloo, reworked by me and helped by Ravenclaw find some misstakes :-)
     
    I think those informations are enough you need and enjoy!
     
    Only freeware!!!!

    355 downloads

       (1 review)

    0 comments

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  4. Su-24 Green nose

    This is a green Nose skin like was used on the fencer A
    It`s a repaint of the grey skin released some days ago
     
    for Veltros su-24

    160 downloads

       (3 reviews)

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  5. Czech Pilot

    This is the Czech MiGpilot
    Original 3D created by Amokflo
    reskined by Lukasn22
    ini edited and skinned by 76.IAP-Blackbird, to make a seperate Pilot wich doesn`t need to
    overwrite amokflos pilots.
     
    hope you like it
     
    Pilots name = Pilotgear7

    192 downloads

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  6. Tu-22K

    Tu-22K
    Version 1.0
    Januar 2009
     
    Tu-22K Missilecarrier
     
    The Tu-22 was originally intended as a supersonic replacement for the Tupolev Tu-16 bomber. The design, designated Samolët 105 by Tupolev,
    was drawn in 1954, but the first flight of the prototype did not take place until 21 June 1958. The availability of more powerful engines,
    and the TsAGI discovery of the Area rule for minimizing transonic drag, led to the construction of a revised prototype, the 105A. This first
    flew on 7 September 1959.
     
    The first serial-production Tu-22B bomber, built at Kazan Factory No. 22, flew on 22 September 1960, and the type was presented in the
    Tushino Aviation Day parade on 9 July 1961. It initially received the NATO reporting name 'Bullshot,' which was deemed inappropriate,
    then 'Beauty,' which was felt to be too complimentary, and finally 'Blinder.' Soviet crews called it "Shilo" (awl) because of its shape.
    Tu-22 Blinder landing
     
    The Tu-22 entered service in 1962 and 1963, but it experienced considerable problems, leading to widespread inserviceability and a number
    of crashes. Amongst its many faults was a tendency for skin heating at supersonic speed, distorting the control rods and causing poor
    handling. The landing speed was 100 km/h (62 mph) higher than previous bombers and the Tu-22 had a tendency to pitch up and strike its
    tail on landing, though this problem was eventually resolved with the addition of electronic stabilization aids. Even after some of its
    teething problems had been resolved, the 'Blinder' was never easy to fly, and it was maintenance-intensive.
     
    Pilots for the first Tu-22 squadrons were selected from the ranks of "First Class" Tu-16 pilots, which made transition into the new aircraft
    difficult, as the Tu-16 had a co-pilot, and many of the "elite" Tu-16 pilots selected had become accustomed to allowing their co-pilots to
    handle all the flight operations of the Tu-16 except for take-off and landings. As a consequence, Tu-16 pilots transitioning to the
    single-pilot Tu-22 suddenly found themselves having to perform all the piloting tasks, and in a much more complicated cockpit. Many, if not
    most of these pilots were unable to complete their training for this reason. Eventually pilots began to be selected from the ranks of the
    Su-17 "Fitter" crews, and these pilots made the transition with less difficulty.
     
    By the time the Tu-22B (Blinder-A) entered service it was already clear that its operational usefulness was limited. Despite its speed,
    it was inferior to the Tu-16 in combat radius, weapon load, and serviceability. Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev felt that ballistic
    missiles were the way of the future, and bombers like the Tu-22 were in danger of cancellation. As a result, only 15 (some sources say 20)
    Tu-22Bs were built.
     
    A combat-capable reconnaissance version, the Tu-22R ('Blinder-C'), was developed alongside the bomber, entering service in 1962. The Tu-22R
    had an aerial refueling probe that was subsequently fitted to most Tu-22s, expanding their radius of operation. 127 Tu-22Rs were built, 62
    of which went to the AVMF for maritime reconnaissance use. Some of these aircraft were stripped of their camera and sensor packs and sold
    for export as Tu-22Bs, although in other respects they apparently remained more comparable to the Tu-22R than to the early-production
    Tu-22Bs. A trainer version of the 'Blinder,' the Tu-22U ('Blinder-D') was fielded at the same time, with a raised cockpit for an instructor
    pilot. The Tu-22U had no tail guns, and was not combat-capable. 46 were produced.
     
    To try to salvage some offensive combat role for the Tu-22 in the face of official hostility, the Tu-22 was developed as a missile carrier,
    the Tu-22K ('Blinder-B'), with the ability to carry a single Raduga Kh-22 (AS-4 'Kitchen') stand-off missile in a modified weapons bay. The
    Tu-22K was deployed both by DA (Strategic Aviation) and AVMF (Naval Aviation).
     
    The last Tu-22 subtype was the Tu-22P ('Blinder-E') electronic warfare version, initially used for ELINT electronic intelligence gathering.
    Some were converted to serve as stand-off ECM jammers to support Tu-22K missile carriers. One squadron was usually allocated to each Tu-22
    regiment.
     
    The Tu-22 was upgraded in service with more powerful engines, in-flight refueling (for those aircraft that didn't have it initially), and
    better electronics. The -D suffix (for Dalni, long-range) denotes aircraft fitted for aerial refueling.
     
    Tu-22s were exported to Iraq and Libya in the 1970s. An Egyptian request was turned down after the cooling of Soviet-Egyptian relations
    in the wake of the Yom Kippur War.
     
    --------------
    installation
    --------------
     
    Extract the Tu-22K folder into your Object/Aircraft folder.
    Extract the sounds into the Sound folder in your WOE/WOV installation
     
    -------
    Credits
    -------
     
     
    Model: Originaly TK
    Cockpit: made by Boopidoo
    Cockpitrepaint: 76.IAP-Blackbird
    data & Avionics: 76.IAP-Blackbird,lindr2
    ini edit: 76.IAP-Blackbird,lindr2
    sounds: who ever did them ;-)
    effect: Eagle effect from MF F-15A
     
    Weapons, recomanded latest weaponpacks from lindr 2
     
     
    ---------------
    Version History
    ---------------
     
    1.0 :

    1,679 downloads

       (4 reviews)

    3 comments

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  7. Tu-22KD

    Tu-22KD
    Version 1.1
    December 2008
     
    !!!This addon is only for full patched and up to date game (last Patch 2008) Early patches don`t show the cockpit the way it should!!
     
    The Tu-22 was originally intended as a supersonic replacement for the Tupolev Tu-16 bomber. The design, designated Samolët 105 by Tupolev,
    was drawn in 1954, but the first flight of the prototype did not take place until 21 June 1958. The availability of more powerful engines,
    and the TsAGI discovery of the Area rule for minimizing transonic drag, led to the construction of a revised prototype, the 105A. This first
    flew on 7 September 1959.
     
    The first serial-production Tu-22B bomber, built at Kazan Factory No. 22, flew on 22 September 1960, and the type was presented in the
    Tushino Aviation Day parade on 9 July 1961. It initially received the NATO reporting name 'Bullshot,' which was deemed inappropriate,
    then 'Beauty,' which was felt to be too complimentary, and finally 'Blinder.' Soviet crews called it "Shilo" (awl) because of its shape.
    Tu-22 Blinder landing
     
    The Tu-22 entered service in 1962 and 1963, but it experienced considerable problems, leading to widespread inserviceability and a number
    of crashes. Amongst its many faults was a tendency for skin heating at supersonic speed, distorting the control rods and causing poor
    handling. The landing speed was 100 km/h (62 mph) higher than previous bombers and the Tu-22 had a tendency to pitch up and strike its
    tail on landing, though this problem was eventually resolved with the addition of electronic stabilization aids. Even after some of its
    teething problems had been resolved, the 'Blinder' was never easy to fly, and it was maintenance-intensive.
     
    Pilots for the first Tu-22 squadrons were selected from the ranks of "First Class" Tu-16 pilots, which made transition into the new aircraft
    difficult, as the Tu-16 had a co-pilot, and many of the "elite" Tu-16 pilots selected had become accustomed to allowing their co-pilots to
    handle all the flight operations of the Tu-16 except for take-off and landings. As a consequence, Tu-16 pilots transitioning to the
    single-pilot Tu-22 suddenly found themselves having to perform all the piloting tasks, and in a much more complicated cockpit. Many, if not
    most of these pilots were unable to complete their training for this reason. Eventually pilots began to be selected from the ranks of the
    Su-17 "Fitter" crews, and these pilots made the transition with less difficulty.
     
    By the time the Tu-22B (Blinder-A) entered service it was already clear that its operational usefulness was limited. Despite its speed,
    it was inferior to the Tu-16 in combat radius, weapon load, and serviceability. Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev felt that ballistic
    missiles were the way of the future, and bombers like the Tu-22 were in danger of cancellation. As a result, only 15 (some sources say 20)
    Tu-22Bs were built.
     
    A combat-capable reconnaissance version, the Tu-22R ('Blinder-C'), was developed alongside the bomber, entering service in 1962. The Tu-22R
    had an aerial refueling probe that was subsequently fitted to most Tu-22s, expanding their radius of operation. 127 Tu-22Rs were built, 62
    of which went to the AVMF for maritime reconnaissance use. Some of these aircraft were stripped of their camera and sensor packs and sold
    for export as Tu-22Bs, although in other respects they apparently remained more comparable to the Tu-22R than to the early-production
    Tu-22Bs. A trainer version of the 'Blinder,' the Tu-22U ('Blinder-D') was fielded at the same time, with a raised cockpit for an instructor
    pilot. The Tu-22U had no tail guns, and was not combat-capable. 46 were produced.
     
    To try to salvage some offensive combat role for the Tu-22 in the face of official hostility, the Tu-22 was developed as a missile carrier,
    the Tu-22K ('Blinder-B'), with the ability to carry a single Raduga Kh-22 (AS-4 'Kitchen') stand-off missile in a modified weapons bay. The
    Tu-22K was deployed both by DA (Strategic Aviation) and AVMF (Naval Aviation).
     
    The last Tu-22 subtype was the Tu-22P ('Blinder-E') electronic warfare version, initially used for ELINT electronic intelligence gathering.
    Some were converted to serve as stand-off ECM jammers to support Tu-22K missile carriers. One squadron was usually allocated to each Tu-22
    regiment.
     
    The Tu-22 was upgraded in service with more powerful engines, in-flight refueling (for those aircraft that didn't have it initially), and
    better electronics. The -D suffix (for Dalni, long-range) denotes aircraft fitted for aerial refueling.
     
    Tu-22s were exported to Iraq and Libya in the 1970s. An Egyptian request was turned down after the cooling of Soviet-Egyptian relations
    in the wake of the Yom Kippur War.
     
    Updated one ini file, so the probe cast some shadow ;-)

    6,762 downloads

       (5 reviews)

    3 comments

    Updated

  8. A-10 HUD modification

    A-10HUD
    Version 1.0
    December 2008
     
    This file modifies your external neon green hud to a more good looking one!
     
     
    --------------
    installation
    --------------
     
    Extract the packed file into your A-10/skin folder of you`re choice. You can find you`r birds in your Object/Aircraft folder.
    backup your files first, you will be asked if overwrite press yes.
     
    works with A-10 early,late modern and NAW-10B
     
    -------
    Credits
    -------
     
    The credits goes to Wpnssgt, Kesselbrut and usafmtl for this bird
     
    ---------------
    Version History
    ---------------
     
    1.0
     
     
     
    Enjoy

    353 downloads

       (1 review)

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  9. Su-27 additional Pylons v1.2

    A missing IRST was reported I fixed it.
     
    You need Marcfighters Su-27 find it here:
    http://marcfighters.combatace.com/Aircrafts.htm
     
    than you need this skin SovNavy_2 Number37 can find here:
    http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...p;showfile=5241
     
    create a new Su-27SM folder in your aircraft folder. Copy all files
    from Marc`s Su-27 into this new one than overwrite the files with the
    one from this MOD
     
    copy the files from the parts folder into your aircraft folder.
     
    Feel free to use this mod, if you want to use it in your own modification
    please give me some credits!
     
    Credits goes to Badfrank for patience and time he invest to help me.

    1,554 downloads

       (3 reviews)

    3 comments

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  10. Lavi prototype skin for J-10 beta

    This is a skin for a J-10 a LAVI look alike skin.
     
    still WIP but if you like improve it!

    255 downloads

       (1 review)

    0 comments

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  11. F-80 Shooting Star Cockpit

    F-80 Cockpit
    Version 1.0
    October 2008
     
    This is a F-80 pit, original created by Fubar`s request by Kesselbrut
    It`s FREEWARE only!
     
     
    --------------
    installation
    --------------
     
    Extract the pit folder into your planefolder of you`re choice. You can find you`r birds in your Object/Aircraft folder.
     
     
    open this file
    *(plane name).ini
    and replace the entries with
     
    CockpitDataFile=F-80_cockpit.ini
     
     
    !!!Make sure to safe the files in your cockpitfolder first!!!
     
    -------
    Credits
    -------
     
    Cockpit: Kesselbrut
     
    ---------------
    Version History
    ---------------
     
    1.0 : This pit was not released yet.
     
    -----------
    Limitations
    -----------
     
    Freeware only, if you want to use it, credit Kesselbrut!!!

    819 downloads

       (10 reviews)

    1 comment

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  12. T-33 Pit

    This is a nice repaint of the F-80 pit to be used in this or the T-33. It fits quiet good into those birds
    Hope you enjoy it
     
    created by Kesselbrut
    repainted by me
     
    copy it into your plane of choice.
     
    feel free to use it in your mods but pls give credits!!!
     
    76.IAP-Blackbird

    512 downloads

       (3 reviews)

    0 comments

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  13. MiG-29 Cockpit

    MiG-29G Cockpit
    Version 1.0
    March 2008
     
    This is modification of the Su-27 pit, it`s repainted and used as a Mig-29 pit. Included are 2 BMP`s for everyone who want`s to have a stripe in the pit. This plane is tested only in WOE/WOV.
    If you want to improve it, feel free to do it. It`s not allowed to use this pit as PAYWARE!!!
    It`s FREEWARE only!
     
     
    --------------
    installation
    --------------
     
    Extract the pit folder into your planefolder of you`re choice. You can find you`r ebirds in your Object/Aircraft folder.
    If you want to have it without stripe in your pit, extract the "cockpit" zip into your cockpitfolder and overwtite
    the files.
     
     
    open this file
    *(plane name).ini
    and replace the entries with
     
    CockpitDataFile=MIG-29_cockpit.ini
    AvionicsDLL=Avionics70.dll
    AvionicsDataFilename=MIG-29_avionics.ini
     
     
    !!!Make sure to safe the files in your cockpitfolder first!!!
     
    -------
    Credits
    -------
     
    Cockpit: MarcFighter, Kesselbrut, BPAo (special thanks to Boopidoo, Mago and Badger for textures)
    Cockpitrepaint: 76.IAP-Blackbird
    Avionics: Moonjumper
    ini edit: 76.IAP-Blackbird
     
    Betatesting: Vrkuboy, Badfrank
     
    ---------------
    Version History
    ---------------
     
    1.0 : I upload it for everyone who want`s to use the pit without the plane.
     
    -----------
    Limitations
    -----------
     
    This is from the Su-27 readme:
     
    About the cockpit: A great work was made by Moonjumper to model russian avionics. It's the
    best that could be done at the moment.
    Concerning the radar, The SU-27 has a radar display which projects onto the HUD. It is not
    possible to model this for now due to the game engine limitation ;).
     
     
    Enjoy

    1,820 downloads

       (6 reviews)

    0 comments

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  14. MiG-29G Fulcrum A

    MiG-29G Fulcrum A
    Version 1.1
    March 2008
     
    Changed weaponloadout, FM and some other small things. Control surfaces fixed. Light`s fixed. Hope you like it!
    This is modification of the Su-27 pit, it`s repainted and used as a Mig-29 pit. I added Navlights and landinglights to the
    plane. Included are 2 BMP`s for everyone who want`s to have a stripe in the pit. This plane is tested only in WOE/WOV.
    If you want to improve it, feel free to do it. It`s not allowed to use this bird as PAYWARE!!!
    It`s FREEWARE only!
     
     
    --------------
    installation
    --------------
     
    Extract the MiG-29G folder into your Object/Aircraft folder.
    Extract the sounds into the Sound folder in your WOE/WOV installation
    If you want to have it without stripe in your pit, extract the "cockpit" zip into your MiG-29G cockpitfolder and overwtite
    the files.
     
    !!!Make sure to safe the files in your cockpitfolder first!!!
     
    -------
    Credits
    -------
     
     
    Model: I think it was created by BUFF (not sure)
    Cockpit: MarcFighter, Kesselbrut, BPAo (special thanks to Boopidoo, Mago and Badger for textures)
    Cockpitrepaint: 76.IAP-Blackbird
    data & Avionics: Moonjumper
    ini edit: 76.IAP-Blackbird,
    sounds: Fubar512,Kreelin,SoundFX Team
     
    And special thanks to Wrench!!!! <---- Good man! :-)
     
    Betatesting: Badfrank
     
    Add those lines to your WEAPONDATA.ini info from Wrench!!!
     
    [WeaponData****]
    TypeName=AA-11_G
    FullName=AA-11 Archer (WG)
    ModelName=R73
    Mass=105.000000
    Diameter=0.170000
    Length=2.900000
    AttachmentType=W_GERMANY
    NationName=WGermany
    StartYear=1990
    EndYear=2020
    Availability=3
    BaseQuantity=40
    Exported=FALSE
    ExportStartYear=0
    ExportEndYear=0
    ExportAvailability=0
    WeaponDataType=1
    RailLaunched=TRUE
    RocketPod=FALSE
    Retarded=FALSE
    Streamlined=TRUE
    FinStabilized=TRUE
    SpinStabilized=TRUE
    HasGrowl=TRUE
    EffectClassName=SmallMissileEffects
    ReleaseDelay=0.000000
    WarheadType=0
    Explosives=7.400000
    FusingDistance=1.000000
    ClusterBomblets=0
    ClusterDispersion=0.000000
    GuidanceType=10
    Accuracy=90
    MaxTurnRate=48.000000
    MaxLaunchG=9.000000
    LockonChance=85
    LaunchReliability=85
    ArmingTime=0.500000
    SeekerFOV=2.500000
    SeekerGimbleLimit=60.000000
    SeekerTrackRate=60.000000
    SeekerRange=15000.000000
    MinLaunchRange=300.000000
    MaxLaunchRange=20000.000000
    Duration=72.000000
    CounterCountermeasure=30.000000
    NoiseRejection=90.000000
    CapabilityFlags=0x100004c0
    BoosterStart=0.000000
    BoosterDuration=1.800000
    BoosterAccel=46.810001
    BoosterEffectName=MissileFireEffect
    BoosterSoundName=Missile
    BoosterNodeName=
    BoosterPosition=0.000000,-1.456000,0.000000
    SustainerDuration=60.000000
    SustainerAccel=0.375000
    SustainerEffectName=RocketFireEffect
    SustainerSoundName=Missile
    SustainerPosition=0.000000,-1.456000,0.000000
    InFlightEffectName=MissileInFlightEffect
    InFlightSoundName=
    ReleaseAnimationID=-1
    EODisplayFlags=0
     
    [WeaponData****]
    TypeName=AA-10A_G
    FullName=AA-10A Alamo-C (WG)
    ModelName=R27ER
    Mass=352.000000
    Diameter=0.230000
    Length=4.780000
    AttachmentType=W_GERMANY
    NationName=WGermany
    StartYear=1987
    EndYear=2020
    Availability=2
    BaseQuantity=40
    Exported=FALSE
    ExportStartYear=0
    ExportEndYear=0
    ExportAvailability=0
    WeaponDataType=1
    RailLaunched=TRUE
    RocketPod=FALSE
    Retarded=FALSE
    Streamlined=TRUE
    FinStabilized=TRUE
    SpinStabilized=FALSE
    HasGrowl=FALSE
    EffectClassName=MediumMissileEffects
    ReleaseDelay=0.000000
    WarheadType=0
    Explosives=39.000000
    FusingDistance=2.000000
    ClusterBomblets=0
    ClusterDispersion=0.000000
    GuidanceType=12
    Accuracy=80
    MaxTurnRate=24.500000
    MaxLaunchG=5.000000
    LockonChance=80
    LaunchReliability=85
    ArmingTime=1.000000
    SeekerFOV=5.600000
    SeekerGimbleLimit=50.000000
    SeekerTrackRate=21.000000
    SeekerRange=55000.000000
    MinLaunchRange=1600.000000
    MaxLaunchRange=100000.000000
    Duration=100.000000
    CounterCountermeasure=40.000000
    NoiseRejection=90.000000
    CapabilityFlags=0x1000000f
    BoosterStart=0.500000
    BoosterDuration=2.500000
    BoosterAccel=60.660000
    BoosterEffectName=MissileFireEffect
    BoosterSoundName=Missile
    BoosterNodeName=
    BoosterPosition=0.000000,-1.835150,0.000000
    SustainerDuration=30.000000
    SustainerAccel=0.835000
    SustainerEffectName=
    SustainerSoundName=
    SustainerPosition=0.000000,-1.835150,0.000000
    InFlightEffectName=MissileInFlightEffect
    InFlightSoundName=
    ReleaseAnimationID=-1
    EODisplayFlags=0
     
    ---------------
    Version History
    ---------------
     
    1.1 :
     
    -----------
    Limitations
    -----------
     
    This is from the Su-27 readme:
     
    About the cockpit: A great work was made by Moonjumper to model russian avionics. It's the
    best that could be done at the moment.
    Concerning the radar, The SU-27 has a radar display which projects onto the HUD. It is not
    possible to model this for now due to the game engine limitation ;).
     
     
    Enjoy

    6,270 downloads

       (8 reviews)

    3 comments

    Submitted

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