FSX Corby CJ-1 Starlet

Preview A single seat, amateur-built aeroplane designed in the 1960s by Australian aeronautical engineer John Corby. The structure is primarily wood and fabric. The prototype first flew in 1967. It is a popular design built by enthusiasts in many countries. Full animations, 3D gauges and baked texture...

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Type
Complete with Base Model
Download hits
5,626
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
corby_starlet.zip
File size
22.55 MB
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Scanned 21 days ago (clean)
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Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

A single seat, amateur-built aeroplane designed in the 1960s by Australian aeronautical engineer John Corby. The structure is primarily wood and fabric. The prototype first flew in 1967. It is a popular design built by enthusiasts in many countries. Full animations, 3D gauges and baked textures. By Craig Richardson.

Screenshot of Corby CJ-1 Starlet in flight.

Screenshot of Corby CJ-1 Starlet in flight.

Installation instructions:

Unzip into a temporary directory, then cut and paste into your SimObjects Directory.

I've Included Banana Bob's ENV textures, read the readme file and backup you original files!

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The archive corby_starlet.zip has 142 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.

Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Corby Starlet09.02.120 B
aircraft.cfg09.02.1213.54 kB
Corby.aam1.air09.02.1211.08 kB
Corby.aam2.air09.02.1211.08 kB
Corby.aam3.air09.02.1211.08 kB
Corby.aam4.air09.02.1211.08 kB
Corby.aam5.air09.02.1211.08 kB
Corby.air09.02.1211.08 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ09.02.12366 B
model09.02.120 B
Corby_ext.MDL09.02.121.84 MB
Corby_int.MDL09.02.121.68 MB
model.cfg08.29.1246 B
panel08.15.120 B
panel.cfg08.21.12706 B
starlet08.15.120 B
starlet.CAB08.12.11258.87 kB
radio.bmp05.26.0738.55 kB
radio.xml05.26.07972 B
sinn nabo bezel.bmp07.30.10263.72 kB
sinn nabo clock hour.bmp07.30.1029.74 kB
sinn nabo clock minute.bmp07.30.1029.74 kB
sinn nabo panel.bmp05.11.11263.73 kB
sinn nabo pnl.xml07.30.105.13 kB
sinn nabo ring.bmp07.30.10263.72 kB
sinn nabo scale.bmp05.16.11263.73 kB
sinn nabo timer hour.bmp07.30.1011.19 kB
sinn nabo timer minute.bmp07.30.1029.74 kB
sinn nabo timer second.bmp07.30.1029.74 kB
sinn nabo.xml07.30.105.13 kB
ReadMe.txt09.02.12348 B
sound02.24.120 B
c172_apdisconnect.wav05.12.06169.80 kB
c172_falsestart.wav05.12.06241.62 kB
c172_flaps.wav05.12.06225.90 kB
c172_gyro.wav05.12.064.48 MB
c172_noncombustion1.wav05.12.06279.12 kB
c172_noncombustion2.wav05.12.06292.12 kB
c172_prop1a.wav05.12.0659.29 kB
c172_prop1b.wav05.12.0663.79 kB
c172_prop2a.wav05.12.0665.29 kB
c172_prop2b.wav05.12.0686.79 kB
c172_rpm1.wav05.12.06494.55 kB
c172_rpm2.wav05.12.06453.61 kB
c172_rpm3.wav05.12.06512.55 kB
c172_rpm4.wav05.12.06497.09 kB
c172_shutdown.wav05.12.06233.92 kB
c172_stallhorn.wav05.12.06237.68 kB
c172_starter.wav05.12.06174.12 kB
c172_startup.wav05.12.06381.53 kB
c172_switch1.wav05.12.066.42 kB
c172_switch2.wav05.12.062.71 kB
c172_switch3.wav05.12.062.89 kB
c4wind4.wav07.07.06274.56 kB
cagear.wav05.12.0631.23 kB
door_small_close.wav05.12.0655.99 kB
door_small_open.wav05.12.0659.98 kB
GA_wind.wav07.07.06123.24 kB
sound.cfg07.07.0612.38 kB
wind_general.wav07.07.06269.64 kB
xc172_falsestart.wav05.12.06156.62 kB
xc172_Frpm1.wav07.10.06245.78 kB
xc172_Frpm2.wav07.10.06226.58 kB
xc172_Frpm3.wav07.10.06238.34 kB
xc172_Frpm4.wav07.10.06255.60 kB
xc172_noncombustion1.wav05.12.06132.49 kB
xc172_noncombustion2.wav05.12.06158.64 kB
xc172_prop1a.wav05.12.0678.29 kB
xc172_prop1b.wav05.12.0666.79 kB
xc172_prop2a.wav05.12.0670.29 kB
xc172_prop2b.wav05.12.0686.79 kB
xc172_Rrpm1.wav07.10.06245.78 kB
xc172_Rrpm2.wav07.10.06226.58 kB
xc172_Rrpm3.wav07.10.06238.34 kB
xc172_Rrpm4.wav07.10.06255.60 kB
xc172_shutdown.wav05.12.06163.04 kB
xc172_starter.wav05.12.0662.20 kB
xc172_startup.wav05.12.06159.46 kB
texture09.02.120 B
texture.109.02.120 B
Starlet1.dds08.30.121.33 MB
Starlet2.dds08.30.121.33 MB
Starlet3.dds08.30.121.33 MB
Starlet4.dds08.30.121.33 MB
Starlet6.dds08.30.121.33 MB
texture.cfg10.13.1142 B
thumbnail.jpg09.02.1230.71 kB
texture.209.02.120 B
Decal_Corby.dds09.02.12341.48 kB
Starlet1.dds09.02.121.33 MB
Starlet2.dds08.31.121.33 MB
Starlet3.dds08.31.121.33 MB
Starlet4.dds09.01.121.33 MB
texture.cfg10.13.1142 B
thumbnail.jpg09.02.1235.39 kB
texture.309.02.120 B
Decal_Corby.dds09.02.12341.48 kB
Starlet1.dds09.01.121.33 MB
Starlet2.dds09.01.121.33 MB
Starlet3.dds09.01.121.33 MB
Starlet4.dds09.01.121.33 MB
texture.cfg10.13.1142 B
thumbnail.jpg09.02.1233.12 kB
texture.409.02.120 B
Decal_Corby.dds09.02.12341.48 kB
Starlet.dds09.01.121.33 MB
Starlet1.dds09.02.121.33 MB
Starlet2.dds09.01.121.33 MB
Starlet3.dds09.01.121.33 MB
Starlet4.dds09.02.121.33 MB
Starlet6.dds09.01.121.33 MB
texture.cfg10.13.1142 B
thumbnail.jpg09.02.1236.47 kB
texture.509.02.120 B
Decal_Corby.dds09.02.12341.48 kB
Starlet.dds09.02.121.33 MB
Starlet1.dds09.02.121.33 MB
Starlet2.dds09.02.121.33 MB
Starlet3.dds09.02.121.33 MB
Starlet4.dds09.02.121.33 MB
Starlet6.dds09.01.121.33 MB
texture.cfg10.13.1142 B
thumbnail.jpg09.02.1233.51 kB
texture.shared09.02.120 B
Decal_Corby.dds09.02.12341.48 kB
Fresnel_Ramp.dds09.04.06640 B
gauges.dds08.23.121.33 MB
pilot.dds08.14.121.33 MB
prop.dds09.26.1185.46 kB
Starlet.dds08.29.121.33 MB
Starlet5.dds08.29.121.33 MB
Starlet6.dds08.29.121.33 MB
Decal_Corby.dds09.02.12341.48 kB
Starlet1.dds09.02.121.33 MB
Starlet2.dds08.29.121.33 MB
Starlet3.dds08.29.121.33 MB
Starlet4.dds09.02.121.33 MB
texture.cfg10.13.1142 B
thumbnail.jpg09.02.1234.65 kB
thumbnail.jpg09.02.1235.39 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B
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Stuart OrdMon, 17 Jul 2023 21:31:28 GMT

Years ago, when I was painting my Corby Starlet G-CCXO after a major upgrade, I spotted it flying on the internet. Amazing - it hadn't yet flown in real life! I then realized it was a flight sim model, made from photos of XO I had placed on my website. I considered it a compliment.

I downloaded the model and flew it on FSX. It was pretty good, but not perfect in terms of flight dynamics. I had some correspondence with the model writer to discuss these differences. He welcomed my first-hand knowledge and made adjustments to make match my aircraft (rate of climb, control response rate, glide angle, etc) and finally, I found it a very good simulation of my aircraft.

I've stopped full-size flying now as my age advances, and I sold my aircraft in 2022 and started simming again. I have FSX and FS2020 on my new flight sim computer. Alas, I can't get this model to work in FS2020. Can anyone help me to convert it? Or is there a suitable model I can get? I'd really like to get XO flying in FS2020, I miss it! It is a brilliant little aircraft.

EdmeisterWed, 17 Jul 2019 22:45:24 GMT

A fun little plane! A pleasant change to flying "the big bad jets". Thanks, guys.

Douglas E HillThu, 20 Apr 2017 09:22:14 GMT

I fly "lo n slo" just as I did in the "real" world. My First was a Quicksilver UL (I cannot find a sim model) then a Corbin Ace, Fisher Koala, and last, a Teenie Two ( can't find?) I downloaded a CORBY CJ 1, which is now my favorite sim plane to fly. It handles and flies like the real thing; a lot like my teenie 2 did. Whoever did this one really deserves an A+. It doesn't slide around on taxi, and handles great......thanx... Mr Skip

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