Winch BK117 Nils.
Unzip the two files, "VERRICELLO.png" and "VERRICELLOBK.obj" in the "objects" folder of BK117.
Only the two files, not the folder "BK Viper winch."
Launch Plane Maker.
Open the BK117, at your choice or "BK-117 + + WP.acf RAD", or "BK-117 + + RAD WP.acf".
From the menu at the top click > standard> Misc objects.
In XP10 click "add" at the bottom (in XP9 not need this step).
Click the gray square to the left you will find the white space where you must enter the name of the object.
Now open the file "VERRICELLO.obj" following the path of the file.
Enter long , lat., vert, coordinates, as in the image of the object.
Save and launch the heli in x-plane.
I have not even checked if the XP9 coordianate are the same, but I think so.
You can just open the winch to the outside (cable is not working), press the keys 3 and 4 (speedbrakes) for two times.
I recommend it for beginners, make a copy of the helicopter, before work with Plane Maker.
The archive Verricello BK Viper.zip has 3 files and directories contained within it. View them...
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Verricello BK Viper||05.11.12||0 B|
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