FS2004 Douglas DC-3 Four Fuel Tank Conversion
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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The default FS2004 DC-3 is configured for three fuel tanks, whereas by design the C-47/DC-3 had four from which to draw. Many airlines using the DC3 commercially blanked off, removed or never installed one tank in order to maximize payload; they were usually operating shorter routes than were typical of the C-47 in military service, This conversion kit gives the option of restoring the aircraft to four tank configuration, giving greater range for long duration flights. Offering realistic fuel management, this option can replace your default configuration or, alternatively, add four tank aircraft to your DC-3 collection. Note that this file will only be of use to those pilots who like to set up fuel and payload properly before a flight; pilots using default FS settings of maximum fuel and full payload will find that the aircraft is over maximum takeoff weight in this configuration. By Dave Bitzer and Mark Beaumont.
Picture showing four fuel tank gage selecor and tank selectors.
- New fuel gauge selector with four positions, all reading correctly on the fuel gauge.
- New engine fuel tank selectors (left and right engine), all reading correctly on the ECU panel with four tank positions and one OFF position each.
- 804 gallon capacity vs. 604 gallons in the default DC-3.
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