FSX 2D Panel For The Transavia PL12 AirTruk
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- Free (Freeware)
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2D Panel For The Transavia PL12 AirTruk. This panel is based on photographs of real AirTruk aircraft cockpits and can be used as a 2D panel in conjunction with any AirTruk model. Gauges are all default FSX but chosen to represent the style of those found in the aircraft. The Transavia PL-12 Airtruk is a single-engine agricultural biplane aircraft designed and built by the Transavia Corporation in Australia. By Dean Stringer.
This panel is based on photographs of real AirTruk aircraft cockpits and can be used as a 2D panel in conjunction with any AirTruk model.
The Transavia PL-12 Airtruk is a single-engine agricultural biplane aircraft designed and built by the Transavia Corporation in Australia. The Airtruk is of all metal construction with the cockpit mounted above a tractor engine and short pod fuselage with rear doors. It has twin tail booms with two unconnected tails.
To retain something of the original feel of the gauges typically seen in an AirTruk two of the gauges have been borrowed from the default FSX Robinson R22 helicopter. For this panel to work correctly you must complete all of the following steps:
1. PANEL INSTALLATION
* copy the folder "panel.dno" into your AirTruk folder under the main FSX airplanes folder
* edit your AirTruk aircraft.cfg file and change each aircraft entry to specify the new panel in the following way
2. GAUGE INSTALLATION
* copy the file Robinson_R22.cab from the following folder into the new panel.dno folder created above:
Re-load your AirTruk and you are away.
All other gauges are taken from default FSX Cessna 172/182 gauges and should not need to be configured by you.
Good luck, hope you enjoy using the panel.
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