FSX SP2 Douglas DC-9-10

PreviewSP2 Douglas DC-9-10 originally for AI use in FS2002/FS2004, now made compatible and flyable in FSX-SP2. Freeware model by Dee Waldron, freeware DC-9 panel by Enrique Medal (no VC), freeware DC9 sound by Ali Zied. Texture converted to 32 bit (no mips) for clarity, landing gear contact points adjus...

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Type
Complete with Base Model
Download hits
1,893
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
fsx-sp2_douglas_dc-9-10_.zip
File size
31.16 MB
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Free (Freeware)
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Everyone

SP2 Douglas DC-9-10 originally for AI use in FS2002/FS2004, now made compatible and flyable in FSX-SP2. Freeware model by Dee Waldron, freeware DC-9 panel by Enrique Medal (no VC), freeware DC9 sound by Ali Zied. Texture converted to 32 bit (no mips) for clarity, landing gear contact points adjusted for FSX-SP2 so that the tires are no longer embedded in the runway, thumbnail added, and engine smoke added. Easy installation. Compiled by Tom Tiedman.

SP2 Douglas DC-9-10 in flight.

SP2 Douglas DC-9-10 in flight.

DESCRIPTION:

FSX-SP2 compatible Douglas DC-9-10 originally for
AI use in FS2002 and FS2004, now made compatible
and flyable in FSX-SP2. Freeware model by Dee Waldron,
freeware DC-9 panel by Enrique Medal (no VC),
freeware DC-9 sound by Ali Zied. Texture converted to
32 bit (no mips) for clarity, landing gear contact
points adjusted for FSX-SP2 so that the tires are no
longer embedded in the runway, thumbnail added, and
engine smoke added. Easy installation. Compiled by
Tom Tiedman

CREDITS: Dee Waldron, Enrique Medal, and Ali Zied for
their freeware bits and pieces used to compile
this baby-nine for use in FSX-SP2. And the
original author of the "fx_smoke_f6" file,
whoever you are.

I take no credit for any of this, blah blah blah.
Tom Tiedman

INSTALLATION:

1.) Copy and paste the enclosed "fx_smoke_f6" file into
your FSX "Effects" folder. (It's probably there
already). The [SMOKESYSTEM] is already installed
inside the "aircraft.cfg" file.

2.) Copy and paste (or drag and drop) the entire
"Douglas DC-9-10" folder into your FSX
"Airplanes" folder. (Located in your menu
under "Douglas").

3.) The gauges are already included inside the "panel"
folder. They should show up without any problem.
If by some remote chance they do not show up, copy
and paste the "DC9" cab file from the "panel" folder
into your FSX "Gauges" folder. That should work. (But
try flying the plane first before moving the gauge cab
file). Also, when you press your "F10" key to show
the panel, the panel will take a few seconds to load
and display... no big deal.

4.) Press your "I" key while flying your DC-9-10 in FSX
and enjoy the smokey ride!

Images & Screenshots

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The archive fsx-sp2_douglas_dc-9-10_.zip has 90 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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
Douglas DC-9-1003.01.110 B
AI DC-9 srs 10.air03.01.118.90 kB
Aircraft.cfg03.01.1114.46 kB
model03.01.110 B
AI DC-9 srs 10.mdl03.01.11384.92 kB
Model.cfg03.01.11135 B
Panel03.01.110 B
DC9.CAB03.01.111.11 MB
dc9main.bmp03.01.111.37 MB
dc9main2.bmp03.01.11101.30 kB
panel.cfg03.01.116.27 kB
UPPER_1024.bmp03.01.11480.05 kB
Read me.panel.txt03.01.11959 B
Read me.plane.txt03.01.112.60 kB
Read me.sound.txt03.01.113.01 kB
sound03.01.110 B
732RODAJE.wav07.20.10337.69 kB
732RODAJE2.wav07.20.10337.69 kB
baapdis.wav07.20.10223.08 kB
baglide.wav07.20.1021.57 kB
ban11.wav07.20.101.27 MB
ban12.wav07.20.10331.13 kB
ban13.wav07.20.10720.13 kB
ban14.wav07.20.10658.79 kB
ban1shut.wav07.20.10207.27 kB
ban1strt.wav07.20.10388.84 kB
ban21.wav07.20.101.09 MB
ban22.wav07.20.10969.18 kB
ban23.wav07.20.10271.22 kB
ban24.wav07.20.10505.37 kB
ban2shut.wav07.20.10260.27 kB
ban2strt.wav07.20.10636.09 kB
ban2t.wav07.20.101.14 MB
baover.wav07.20.1022.23 kB
bbn11.wav07.20.101.27 MB
bbn12.wav07.20.10331.13 kB
bbn13.wav07.20.10720.13 kB
bbn14.wav07.20.10658.79 kB
bbn1shut.wav07.20.10212.77 kB
bbn1strt.wav07.20.10343.34 kB
bbn21.wav07.20.101.09 MB
bbn22.wav07.20.10969.18 kB
bbn23.wav07.20.10271.22 kB
bbn24.wav07.20.10505.37 kB
bbn2shut.wav07.20.10254.77 kB
bbn2strt.wav07.20.10636.09 kB
bbn2t.wav07.20.10470.60 kB
bmflaps.wav07.20.10790.35 kB
bmgeardn.wav07.20.101.01 MB
bmgearup.wav07.20.10275.09 kB
bmgwarn.wav07.20.1021.57 kB
door_large_close.wav07.20.10131.81 kB
door_large_open.wav07.20.10116.30 kB
sound.cfg07.20.1017.09 kB
x737a-n1f01.wav07.20.10478.10 kB
x737a-n1f02.wav07.20.10241.91 kB
x737a-n1f03.wav07.20.101.01 MB
x737a-n1f04.WAV07.20.101.27 MB
x737a-n2r01.wav07.20.10478.10 kB
x737a-n2r02.wav07.20.10241.91 kB
x737a-n2r03.wav07.20.101.01 MB
x737a-n2r04.WAV07.20.10160.90 kB
x737b-n1f01.wav07.20.10478.10 kB
x737b-n1f02.wav07.20.10241.91 kB
x737b-n1f03.wav07.20.101.01 MB
x737b-n1f04.wav07.20.101.19 MB
x737b-n2r01.wav07.20.10478.10 kB
x737b-n2r02.wav07.20.10241.91 kB
x737b-n2r03.wav07.20.101.56 MB
x737b-n2r04.wav07.20.10162.78 kB
xban1shut.wav07.20.10212.25 kB
xban1strt.wav07.20.10496.81 kB
xban2shut.wav07.20.10227.75 kB
xban2strt.wav07.20.10636.09 kB
xban2t.wav07.20.103.41 MB
xbbn1shut.wav07.20.10220.25 kB
xbbn1strt.wav07.20.10460.81 kB
xbbn2shut.wav07.20.10217.75 kB
xbbn2strt.wav07.20.10636.09 kB
xbbn2t.wav07.20.103.41 MB
texture03.01.110 B
AI_DC910.bmp03.01.114.00 MB
AI_DC910_l.bmp03.01.1165.05 kB
thumbnail.jpg03.01.11141.27 kB
file_id.diz03.01.11488 B
fx_smoke_f6.fx04.19.041.17 kB
READ ME and INSTALLATION.txt03.01.111.78 kB
thumbnail.jpg03.01.11141.27 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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EdmeisterMon, 02 Jul 2018 03:35:12 GMT

An amazing model. After flying it, I realized that it had been converted from an AI aircraft. It flies just fine. What a talented group of developers, to be able to do that. Thanks!

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