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FSX Supermarine Spitfire EN520

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252
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
spitfireen520.zip
File size
6.28 MB
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Scanned 11 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

This repaint is a depiction of a Mk IX Spitfire flown during World War II, by New Zealand's top scoring ace, Colin Gray. Colin Gray took over as squadron leader of 81 Squadron in early 1943, and flew EN520 during his time leading this squadron. This is the same aircraft that was used as the basis for the paint scheme on Doug Brooker's restored two seat Mk IX, MH367. This package is compatible with RealAir Simulations Spitfire 2008 package. By Mark Lawrence.

Screenshot of Supermarine Spitfire EN520 in flight.

Screenshot of Supermarine Spitfire EN520 in flight.

This package is compatible with RealAir Simultions Spitfire 2008 package for FSX. The files contained in this package are protected by relevant copyright laws, and may not be modified or redistributed in any way. Likewise, you may not host or redistribute this repaint without my prior written permission. Finally, please do not look to RealAir Simulations for suport with this repaint. My email address can be found below, and if you have problems I will do my best to help you out. Failing that, I tend to hang out a fair bit on the New Zealand Flightsim Forums, so try posting a query there as well if you don't get any joy in any other way.

To install this repaint, copy the Texture.EN520 folder to the location of your RealAir spitfire installation. By default this will be C:Program FilesMicrosoft GamesFlight Simulator XSimObjectsAirplanesRealAir Spitfire IX 2007. It's important that you choose the correct folder, as the realair package creates several folders in the "SimObjectsAirplanes" path. The one mentioned above "RealAir Spitfire IX 2007" is the correct one.

Next, add the following to the Aircraft.cfg file (located in the RealAir Spitfire IX 2007 folder from above). This text must be placed immediately after any other [fltsim.x] entries, and you should use the next available number in place of "x" below (for example, the RealAir package when first purchased will have entries numbered from [fltsim.1] to [fltsim.6], therefore, assuming you have no other repaints, you should change [fltsim.x] below to [fltsim.7]. Copy the rest of the text exactly as it appears here to the aircraft.cfg file:

[fltsim.x]
title=Supermarine Spitfire EN520 GS
sim=RASSpitIX
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=EN520
kb_checklists=SpitfireIX_Check
kb_reference=SpitfireIX_ref
atc_id=EN520
ui_createdby=RealAir
ui_manufacturer=Supermarine
ui_type=Spitfire Mk IX
ui_variation=EN520
description=This repaint depicts the Mk IX Spitfire flown by the New Zealand WWII ace Colin Gray whilst he was squadron leader of 81 Squadron, in early 1943. This is the same aircraft that was used as the basis for the paint scheme on Doug Brooker's restored two seat Mk IX, MH367.

Regards
Mark Lawrence

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The archive spitfireen520.zip has 15 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Texture.EN52004.04.100 B
RASSpitIX_Ext1_Oil_T.dds04.04.104.00 MB
RASSpitIX_Ext1_T.dds04.04.104.00 MB
RASSpitIX_Ext2_T.dds03.24.104.00 MB
RASSpitIX_Ext2_T_Bump.dds04.10.084.00 MB
RASSpitIX_Ext2_T_Spec.dds04.10.08256.12 kB
RASSpitIX_Ext3_T.dds03.24.104.00 MB
RASSpitIX_Ext4_T.dds03.24.104.00 MB
RASSpitIX_VC_4.dds03.24.104.00 MB
texture.cfg03.31.1066 B
thumbnail.jpg03.23.1011.14 kB
Thumbs.db04.06.099.50 kB
readme.txt04.04.102.63 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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