FSX SP2 Acceleration Lockheed RT-33A T-Bird
(SP2) Acceleration Lockheed RT-33A T-Bird. A variant of Lockheed's T-33A, RT-33A (MM53-5594/9-35) is one of 14 units delivered in conjunction with the 60 items version of the T-33A Italian Air Force and is now displayed in the museum of history of military aviation in Vigna di Valle (Bracciano) o...
- Complete with Base Model
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- 5.22 MB
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(SP2) Acceleration Lockheed RT-33A T-Bird. A variant of Lockheed's T-33A, RT-33A (MM53-5594/9-35) is one of 14 units delivered in conjunction with the 60 items version of the T-33A Italian Air Force and is now displayed in the museum of history of military aviation in Vigna di Valle (Bracciano) on Lake Bracciano (Museo Storico dell'Aeronautica Militare di Vigna di Valle). The color was used for towing targets for training the 609th Squadron, 9th wings Grazzanise (609 Squadriglia Collegamenti del 9 Stormo "Francesco Baracca" di Grazzanise). Full package includes aircraft, textures and panel by Massimo Taccoli; FD files by Dennis Seeley; gauges by Dennis Seeley and Massimo Taccoli.
Lockheed RT-33A T-Bird in flight.
Visual Model V1.0 by Massimo Taccoli.
Textures By Massimo Taccoli.
Flight Dynamics by D.G. Seeley.
New gauges by Dennis Seeley.
This is a completely new model , modification of my recently released T-33A with special paint scheme depicting the Lockheed RT-33A (MM53-5594/9-35) one of 14 units delivered in conjunction with the 60 items version of the T-33A Italian Air Force and is now displayed in the museum of history of military aviation in Vigna di Valle (Bracciano) on Lake Bracciano ( Museo Storico dell'Aeronautica Militare di Vigna di Valle). The color was used for towing targets for training the 609th Squadron, 9th wings Grazzanise (609 ª Squadriglia Collegamenti del 9° Stormo "Francesco Baracca" di Grazzanise).
To install model into FSX follow this simple procedure:
1) extract the here provided zip file in a temporary folder. After extraction You'll find a folder , RT-33A T-Bird, and this text file.
2) copy only RT-33A T-Bird folder into your airplane folder of Microsoft Flight Simulator X.
3)Then launch FSX and you'll find the RT-33A model listed with its thumbnail in the Select aircraft window of the Free flight menu under Lockeed Aircraft as Aircraft manufacturer.
4) that's all and have a good time!
5) double check everything before e-mailing me! the most of problems I am asked to solve are due to not having carefully read the readme file!!
The FS model, made with FSDS 3.51 has many moving parts: flaps, ailerons, rudder, elevator, steerable nose wheel, rotating wheels with suspension, opening canopy, air brakes. It also has a detailed interior with pilots with animated head which seems to explore what happens around him. Two auxiliary engine intakes above rear fuselage are normally opened and close only when the the undercarriage retracts.
The 2d panel host all necessary gauges to fly this plane, arranged almost like the real aircraft , flight simulator permitting.
Gauges used in the panel are all made by Dennis Seeley.
Some words about the history of Lockheed T-33
A variant of Lockheed's F80 "Shooting Star" the T33A was the most widely used tandem two-seat advanced trainer in the world. It has been supplied to the air arms of some twenty-five countries, and built under licence in Japan by Kawasaki, (210 machines) and in Canada by Canadair as the CL-30 Silver Star (T-33AN), (656 examples). The Silver Star Mks. 2 and 3 differed from the U.S. manufactured T-33A in being powered by a 5,100 lb.s.t. Rolls-Royce Nene 10 turbojet. The parent company had manufactured a total of 5,691 T-33A and T-33B trainers when the last was delivered in August 1959, the latter being a version for the U.S. Navy. The RT-33A is a single-seat photo reconnaissance model, and the DT-33A and WT-33A are respectively drone director and weather reconnaissance models. The prototype flew for the first time on March 22, 1948.
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Lockheed RT-33A T-Bird in flight.
The archive rt-33a_fsx.zip has 55 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|
|Lockheed RT33 A_notes.txt||01.29.11||817 B|
|storia dei T-33 italiani.txt||01.21.11||1.50 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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