FSX Peruvian Bristol Fighter BF2B
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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Peruvian Bristol Fighter BF2B. Textures only; requires F2BX1PT1.ZIP. Original model by Robert Bruce. Repaint by Chris Brisland.
Repaint name: Bristol Fighter BF2B - Peruvian markings.
Original aircraft is FSX freeware by Robert Bruce.
Painter's notes and Installation instructions.
This paint has been prepared by Chris Brisland.
This skin represents a two-blade prop Bristol Fighter belung to the Peruvian armed forces. I have based this paint on a picture I found by Googling...
This zipfile contains only those textures actually changed during the painting process.
Open your FSX aircraft folder for this particular download - it will be something like C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes\AeroplaneArt_Bristol_F2B_2Blade_Prop.
Extract this zipfile there. Make sure the winzip option "Use Folder Names" is checked. A new folder will be created.
Next open the aircraft.cfg file with any text editor program (Windows editor does the trick) and find the last block of text that starts with a line [fltsim.x] where the x will be a sequential number which starts at flightsim.0 and goes on for as many variants of the model are installed.
The path to the aircraft configuration file will be:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes\AeroplaneArt_Bristol_F2B_2Blade_Prop\aircraft.cfg.
Copy and paste the block of text from below into the aircraft.cfg file and change the x in the first line to the next number up in sequence in your cfg file.
Go flying and enjoy!
title = Bristol F2B Peruvian air corps
sim = bristol_f2b
atc_id = 007
ui_manufacturer = Bristol Aeroplane Company Ltd
ui_type = F2B Mk.1 'Biff'
ui_typerole="WW1 2 Seat Fighter"
ui_variation = "Peruvian Air Corps"
description = "Peruvian Air Force repaint by Chris Brisland\nYes, apparently they did have the Brisfit on their books - at least I have found one painting on the web of one.\nBristol Fighter F.2b Mk.1 'Biff' - Designed in 1916 and entering service in 1917 The Bristol F.2B or Bristol Fighter, had a somewhat inauspicious combat debut when flying with No. 48 Squadron in Flanders. This quickly changed as crews learned to fly the Bristol Fighter as they would a single seat fighter. When flown in this manner the Bristol Fighter became one of the British success stories of the WW1 ranking along side the Sopwith Camel and RAF SE5a. The Bristol was a true multi-role aicraft and was flown in the fighter, fighter reconnaissance, ground attack, night fighter and artillery spotting roles. It has been likened to the Mosquito of WW1. In WW1 the Bristol Fighter was nicknamed 'Biff' by its crews. Post WW1 the Bristol Fighter was nicknamed the 'Brisfit', short for Bristol misfit. The Brisfit served with the RAF until 1932 in army co-operation and training roles. Post WW1 the Bristol Fighter served with a number of other air forces including Poland, New Zealand, Spain, Belgium, Mexico & Greece."
visual_damage = 0
The archive txperuan.zip has 16 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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