FSX Beechcraft Baron G58 N791WA

PreviewBeechcraft Baron G58 N791WA. A repaint only for the stock Beech Baron 58 with the G1000 from the deluxe version of FSX. This is a real world repaint. These are DDS textures and will only work in the FSX Sim Gamepack. By Zane Gard, Jr.

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Beechcraft Baron G58 N791WA. A repaint only for the stock Beech Baron 58 with the G1000 from the deluxe version of FSX. This is a real world repaint. These are DDS textures and will only work in the FSX Sim Gamepack. By Zane Gard, Jr.

Beechcraft Baron G58 N791WA in flight.

Beechcraft Baron G58 N791WA in flight.


This is a repaint only for the stock FSX Beechcraft Baron. This is a real world repaint. These are DDS textures and will only work in the FSX Sim Gamepack. By Zane Gard, Jr.


Drop the N791WA folder into the stock FSX/SimObjects/Airplanes/Beech_Baron_58 folder.

Open the 'aircraft.cfg' file with Windows Notepad

Go to the last aircraft paragraph selection (paragraph for each one of the Baron entries), and copy/paste the below aircraft entry beneath the last aircraft entry.

////////////////////////////START COPY HERE/////////////////////////////////

[fltsim.8] <--------------------------CHANGE TO NEXT NUMBER UP IN ORDER WITH
title=Beech Baron 58 N791WA
ui_type="Baron 58"
ui_type="Baron 58 N791WA"
description="With the wonderful control harmony that is the hallmark of the Bonanza line, the Beech Baron 58 is considered a classic light twin. The Baron 58 is the spiffed-up version of a time-tested favorite, made more modern by its new Continental Special engines. The Baron combines the attractiveness of Beechcraft design with the reliability of twin engines, resulting in a gorgeous workhorse of an aircraft."

////////////////////////////END COPY HERE//////////////////////////////////

Next, change the first line to next number up, such as [fltsim9] or [fltsim15], etc.

Boot up the FSX, Select the plane's icon and click Details button, 'untick' and turn off the 'Show N-Numbers' so they will not show up on this plane.

This repaint was created by Zane Gard and inspired by my time flying the real world N791WA. A special thank you to my friend William Ortis for his help in creating this repaint.

This optional folder contains an alternate set of camera views for the FSX Baron 58. The file "alternate cameras.txt" contains the default camera views and two additional internal VC views sitting in the passenger seats in the rear area, there are also two additional external camera views, one from the right elevator and one viewing the landing gear.

To use these camera views you need to open your "aircraft.cfg" file for the Baron 58 and scroll down to the camera sections. Replace the entire camera sections with the ones in the "alternate cameras.txt" file, close and save. Always make a backup copy of your original aircraft.cfg file in case you have problems with making these modifications.

If aren't familiar with navigating around FSX and modifying files and especially if you don't make backup copies of your originals... DON'T USE THESE ALTERNATE FILES.

I am not responsible for any damage you do to your FSX installation by your choosing to use these alternate files!

This folder contains an alternate panel configuration for the FSX Baron 58 with the G1000 displays. The real Baron G58 does not use the King KI256 ADI as shown in FSX's version. This panel.cfg file switches out the KI256 for the ADI used in the Maule. You also need to change the backgrounds for the backup gauges to make the surround look correct. I have included edited background images. Please make backup copies of your original before replacing yours with these alternates. The VC files included with these repaints have modified images to correctly show this alternate ADI.

Installation: Open the "panel.g1000" folder for your Baron, first make backup copies of the "panel.cfg", "popup_backup_gauges_background.bmp" and "popup_backup_gauges_background_night.bmp". You can then place these files into your "panel.g1000" folder.

The "VC texture" folder contains an alternate VC interior texture for use with the default G1000 Baron that has a round surround for the ADI. To use this file you need to go to your "texture.g1000" folder in your Baron folder and backup the original file "Beech_Baron_58_1_c.dds" then copy this new file into that folder. Note, for those that prefer the white panel to the black panel I used in these repaints, this file is of the default white type panel.

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The archive n791wa.zip has 26 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Baron_Baron_58_Interior_T.dds02.21.08341.48 kB
Beech_Baron_58_T.dds02.27.081.33 MB
Beech_Baron_58_T_spec.dds02.27.081.33 MB
Fresnel_Ramp.dds09.04.06640 B
prop_Baron.dds09.04.0685.46 kB
texture.cfg08.21.06137 B
thumbnail.jpg02.27.087.14 kB
N791WA.jpg02.27.087.14 kB
Beech_Baron_58_1_c.dds02.28.08682.80 kB
alternate camera views02.28.080 B
alternate cameras.txt02.28.085.43 kB
readme.txt02.28.08705 B
panel.g100002.28.080 B
panel.cfg02.28.088.38 kB
popup_backup_gauges_background.bmp02.11.08122.76 kB
popup_backup_gauges_background_night.bmp02.11.08122.76 kB
Thumbs.db02.28.0810.50 kB
Thumbs.db02.28.086.50 kB
readme.txt02.28.08284 B
readme.txt02.28.081.28 kB
Beech_Baron_58_1_c.dds02.28.08682.80 kB
N791WA.gif02.28.0813.57 kB
Installation.txt02.28.082.16 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ02.29.08260 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B
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