FSX Lockheed C-141 Starlifter
FSX Lockheed C-141 Starlifter. The Lockheed C141 Starlifter for FSX based on real-world flight dynamics. Originally designed by Mike Stone for FS2004, it now contains realistic dynamics including engine specs that make her fly like the real-world aircraft. Please read the "Readme" file enclosed f...
- Complete with Base Model
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
- File size
- 51.52 MB
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- Scanned 27 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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The archive c141det.zip has 81 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
Having never had the pleasure of using the real thing in the past, one of the most interesting aspects of potentially flying the C141 Starlifter for me was the idea of actually trying out something new. After so many years of using the same old aircraft and never getting much of a chance to use it properly, I was really excited about finally having a new experience to enjoy! When I downloaded this Starlifter, then, I was not really sure what to expect to begin with – however, what I soon found was that it was one of the most enjoyable aircraft I’ve tried out in a while for sure.
To start with the design qualities and styles are hugely impressive, and make it very easy to know where you are heading. Something that really impressed me about the design was the fact that the original mod and model was for FS2004 so a huge amount of work has gone into making sure that this looks the part. For my viewing, the word that was being carried out was up there with some of the most enjoyable that I’ve seen in some time – it makes such a considerable difference.
The design, though, was just part of the impressive nature of this mod. With all of the features you would expect to see such as new sounds and cockpit features you can feel like you are flying the real thing. It makes it easy to get to grips with the realism of the flight, for sure.
Something that is deeply important when using any mod today is the level of performance that it feeds back to you, and with this it feels spot on. Despite never having the pleasure of using the real thing myself or even being on one I spent a lot of time researching it and seeing what the general idea and script for it seemed to be – well, the write-up was VERY positive!
It’s a hugely impressive piece of kit and with flight dynamics that match the real thing with Mach .74 being possible, this is a whirlwind to fly around with. It’s an excellent system that provides a lot of realism, even with the sounds.
Sounds are picked to make sure they sound just like the real thing and to give you a genuinely enjoyable take on the real thing.
If you aren’t sure about this aircraft or you are like me and have never used it, I recommend you give this a try. It’s a great amount of fun, ensuring that anyone who uses it will get a thrilling and exciting flight experience which will be quite different to your typical experience with an aircraft of this size.
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