FSX VTOL/Hover Gauge For Alphasim/Virtavia V22 Osprey
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- 61.95 KB
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- Free (Freeware)
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This freeware package adds new V(S)TOL and hover features to the V-22 Osprey. Besides true vertical takeoff and landing, it allows you to fly forward, backward, sideways and turn, while in a hover. This solution is based on overriding the normal FS flight dynamics when the nacelles are rotated out of the normal flight position; in short, it's a V(S)TOL and hover FDE coded in a gauge. For users of previous versions of this add-on, this is a major update. The readme includes extensive installation and flying instructions. Requires prior installation of Peter Dowson's FSUIPC (registered or un-registered). For FSX-SP2 or FSX-Acceleration only. By Rob Barendregt.
Added functionality (for details, see below):
- Smooth and stable V(S)TOL/Hover capabilities, with pilot-controlled ascent/descent rate, longitudinal and lateral speed, heading, pitch and bank. Includes functions, like weight dependency on V/S, ground effect and HOGE ceiling limitation.
- Works under ALL wind conditions.
- Adds a "groundcontrol", for easy forward/backward taxiing; this also works on moving surfaces, like moving aircraft carriers.
- Possible nacelles rotations are: 0 (normal flight) to 90 degrees, in 10 discrete steps, using the normal "flaps" commands. The control gauge is active when the nacelles rotated are out-of the normal cruise flight position.
- New AutoPilot settings, enabling proper working IAS/MACH hold function.
- Payload definitions, allowing addition of payload to max. gross weight.
- Navlights, now controlled by Nav-lightswitch on the panel.
- Auto-ParkingBrakes release when you throttle up.
- Auto-rotation of the nacelles to min. 40 degrees, when engines are running and landing gear is down.
- A Rotorwash dust effect.
- A down-camera 2D-window view, to aid with vertical landings.
The archive rcbvca40.zip has 23 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Virtavia MV-22 Osprey||09.19.12||0 B|
|README RCBvca40.txt||09.23.12||21.78 kB|
|README FIRST.txt||09.19.12||139 B|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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