FSX Acceleration Boeing/BAe T-45C Goshawk V2.32
- Complete with Base Model
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
- File size
- 81.09 MB
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- Scanned 10 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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The T45C Goshawk is a heavily modified version of the Bae Hawk single engine jet trainer, adapted to aircraft carrier ops. This package contains an entirely new visual model, with self shadowing, bump mapping and hi-res textures, working virtual cockpit, 3D gauges, and reasonably accurate flight model. Includes custom HUD by Jivko Rusev and Scott Printz, sound package by Serge Lsa, and improved flight dynamics by Tom Falley. Designed by Dino Cattaneo.
Screenshot of BAe T-45C Goshawk in flight.
The scope of this project is to provide virtual naval aviators with a "state of the art" jet trainer. I've tried to make a compromise between realism, playability and development time and resources. Hope you'll like it.
Please see the "docs" subfolder in the Boeing_T45C aircraft folder for a comprehensive flight manual.
INSTALLATION & COMPATIBILITY: Should you have any previous version of my T-45C Goshawk models, first REMOVE the Goshawk files from the SimObjects/Aircraft folder. Unzip the file (maintaining the proper folder structure) to your FSX Simobjects/Airplanes subfolder. Move the fx_navorange_t45.fx from the Boeing_T45C/Effects folder to your main FSX Effects folder.
NOTE: This aircraft requires Flight Simulator X: Acceleration or Flight Simulator X:Gold for full functionality. May also work (but it is not tested) on Microsoft ESP and Lockheed Martin Prepar3d.
The archive t45cv232.zip has 172 files and directories contained within it.
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|
|T-45-onepage-Checklist (Real world checklist).pdf||09.17.12||284.80 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
As an aircraft that I had very little knowledge of prior to joining into the cockpit of this, I decided to try out the Boeing BAE T-45C since it looked so wonderful. The design was really impressive, and it made me really want to give it a go – I have to say, then, that after many hours of usage and enjoyment I can say that this is one of the best Boeing aircraft that I have ever had the pleasure of flying around in.
Slick and nimble, this makes it lovely and easy for anyone to get around in what is essentially a totally modified and improved version of the Bae Hawk, giving you a single engine jet trainer that is great for both just flying around in and getting to grips with aircraft of this style. It was also used for carrier ops at one stage, and this is what the remake was usually picked for.
I started off by installing this package – which took a very short period of time, and was its typical easy self – and then by getting to grips with all of the various programs that it comes with. The text in here was so useful, as you get access to a flight manual that explains all but the most challenging of aspects about the aircraft. It’s perfectly well designed and does all that it can to carry that good look and feeling off in the most effective format that it ever possibly could.
Another big part of this project is to make sure that you can finally fly a jet trainer that is not a heap of scrap – this is one of the most commonly used aircraft of its kind on the planet and after a few shots you should quickly understand why.
It’s flashy and stylish with a real penchant for giving you another layer each time. It’s made a fine compromise between being hard to fly and fun to fly, making sure that both newbies and experts can get their fix when they take to the skies in this wonderful package. The flight model, as well, is pretty accurate when compared to photos and videos – it captures all of those little landmarks that helps to set apart the aircraft as best as it possibly can.
Indeed, it even comes with a flashy and expensive new HUD that makes it feel like a new simulation entirely! The expert design on the new HUD carries out into the design on the gauges and the rest of the cockpit in general. It looks the part, but it also sounds the part as well – the audio that has been included is absolutely brilliant and does a wonderful job of selling the aircraft in the best way that it possibly can.
The whole package is easy to fly around in and even more enjoyable to be a part of – add in the fact that it flies without a hitch, and you’ve got a must-have ally for FSX Acceleration!
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