FS2004 World Rally 2009 Douglas DC-3 Default
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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- 1.49 MB
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This is a repaint of the default DC-3 in a specially commissioned livery for the 2009 DC-3 World Rally, organised by the team at DC-3 Airways VA. Thereafter, you can keep this lovely lady as a souvenir of how well you flew! This livery is also available for the MAAM-SIM FS2004/FS2002 Passenger DC-3 as WR9_MAAM.ZIP. By Mark Beaumont, VP Fleet, DC-3 Airways.
- Unzip wr9_fs9.zip to a temporary destination of your choice.
- Using Windows Explorer, find the folder ....\Flight Simulator 9\Aircraft\Douglas_DC3\
- Make a copy of the folder within named "texture".
- Rename it "texture.wr2009".
- Move the two files in the correspondingly named texture folder within this download into ....\Flight Simulator 9\Aircraft\Douglas_DC3\texture.wr2009\ and overwrite. If you choose to use the DXT3 alternative file, move that version of Douglas_DC3_1_T.bmp at this time and overwrite once more.
- Back up the AIRCRAFT.CFG file in the 'Douglas_DC3' folder. Then in the original, under the last [flightsim.xx] entry but above the [General] section, copy and paste the following:
title=Douglas DC3 World Rally 2009
ui_variation="DC-3 World Rally 2009"
description=Official repaint of the default FS9 DC-3 for the DC-3 World Rally 2009, by Mark Beaumont.
- Before saving the file, change the [flightsim.xx] number so that it is next in sequence. By default, your aircraft registration is configured as NC2009. You can configure your tail number at any time within the sim, as you will be aware.
- Save the file. Your new aircraft should now appear in the FS9 aircraft selection menu.
NOTE: This texture set will, of course, work with any variation you might have configured of the default DC-3. Hence if you have, for example, configured a Beaumont and Bitzer DC-3 folder with our airfile and panel modifications, simply add this texture set to that folder instead, in the manner described above.
Furthermore, you may import your completed livery folder to FSX if you are running that version of the Microsoft Flight Simulator. It is assumed here that most users wishing to do this are familiar with the process, which is essentially as above excepting that the DC-3 aircraft folder is to be found in SIMOBJECTS/AIRPLANES.
The archive wr9_fs9.zip has 12 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|
|DXT3 texture||11.07.09||0 B|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
Complementing Files & Dependencies
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