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FSX KLU SFIR Pilatus PC-6C

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Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
pc-6c_klu_sfir.zip
File size
7.3 MB
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Free (Freeware)
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Everyone

KLU SFIR Pilatus PC-6C. A Pilatus PC-6C H2 Turbo Porter for FSX by Tim Conrad in a Royal Netherlands Air Force livery. The PC-6C Turbo Porter has been an amazing contribution to the STOL aircraft fleet around the world for decades. Its robust airframe and excellent aerodynamics make the plane very popular for para-drops, but also for supply missions in remote areas throughout the globe. Despite its age the aircraft is still widely in use. This repaint represents a "what-if" RNLAF PC-6C in 336 Sqn colors. 336 Sqn has been a Dutch Antilles based Air Force MARPAT unit operating F-27MPAs. Currently the Sqn operates four C-130s from Eindhoven AB, with a new Sqn logo. This PC-6C is (fictionally and prior to the 336 Sqn re-establishment) operated by 2 ULF (Utility and Liaison Flight), 336 Sqn. The flight is designated to operate anywhere in the world. This livery resembles a unit operating from Tallil AB (Ali Air Base (ORTL), Iraq) under SFIR mandate, and in support of the Dutch battlegroup, Al Muthanna, 2004. The aircraft shares the same registration as the previous livery (PC-6C_KLU.ZIP), but weathered, tone-down camouflaged and 32 years later. You need the PC-6C H2 Turbo Porter by Tim Conrad (PC-6C_H2TURBOPORTER.ZIP). By Rene Spaan.

KLU SFIR Pilatus PC-6C in flight.

KLU SFIR Pilatus PC-6C in flight.

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Credits:
Tim "Piglet" Conrad for his beautiful Pilatus PC-6C H2 Turbo Porter.
"RNLAF SFIR" livery by René Spaan.

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Installation:
1) Unzip the downloaded zipfile and copy the texture.KLU_SFIR folder to the PC-6C_H2 folder in your Microsoft Flight Simulator X/SimObjects/Airplanes folder.

2) Now open the aircraft.cfg file in the PC-6C_H2 folder with a text editor. Copy the the text-lines below in this document and paste them in the aircraft livery part in the aircraft.cfg document. Replace the number in the [fltsim.X]-line with the next number in sequence. Save the aircraft.cfg document.

[fltsim.X]
title=PC-6C_H2 KLU SFIR
sim=PC-6C_H2
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=KLU_SFIR
kb_checklists=
kb_reference=
atc_id_color=0x00ff0000
atc_id=S28
ui_manufacturer=Pilatus
ui_type="PC-6C"
ui_variation="RNLAF 336Sqn, 2ULF, SFIR Tallil, Iraq 2004"
description="RNLAF SFIR livery by René Spaan"
atc_heavy=0
atc_id_font=Verdana,-11,1,600,0
ui_createdby="Piglet's Peculiar Planes"
visual_damage=1
prop_anim_ratio = 1.72

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That's it, enjoy.

KLU SFIR Pilatus PC-6C in flight.

KLU SFIR Pilatus PC-6C in flight.

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The archive pc-6c_klu_sfir.zip has 25 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
PC-6C_KLU_SFIR.jpg09.24.10417.00 kB
PC-6C_KLU_SFIR.png09.24.10265.79 kB
PC-6C_KLU_SFIR_small.png09.24.1039.19 kB
PC-6C_KLU_SFIR1.jpg09.24.10548.31 kB
PC-6C_KLU_SFIR2.jpg09.24.10467.04 kB
PC-6C_KLU_SFIR3.jpg09.24.10509.08 kB
Readme.txt09.24.102.76 kB
texture.KLU_SFIR09.28.100 B
pc6c_01.dds09.24.104.00 MB
pc6c_01_bump.dds08.19.104.00 MB
pc6c_01_spec.dds09.24.104.00 MB
pc6c_02.dds08.18.104.00 MB
pc6c_02_spec.dds08.25.104.00 MB
pc6c_aircrew.dds09.24.10256.12 kB
pc6c_consoles.dds08.23.104.00 MB
pc6c_consoles_lm.dds08.25.104.00 MB
pc6c_consoles_spec.dds08.25.104.00 MB
pc6c_glass.dds08.27.1064.12 kB
pc6c_panels.dds08.29.104.00 MB
pc6c_panels_lm.dds08.25.104.00 MB
pc6c_prop.dds07.31.1064.12 kB
pc6c_reflect.dds08.25.1064.12 kB
thumbnail.jpg09.24.1046.57 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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