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FSX Quest Kodiak Special Forces Repaints

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281
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
kodiak_sf50573.zip
File size
3.6 MB
Virus Scan
Scanned 20 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

Quest Kodiak Special Forces Repaints. Two repaints for Lionheart's Quest Kodiak. These are based on a real-world U-28A, but the request asked for it to be on the Kodiak. Passenger and cargo variants included. Lionheart Creations Quest Kodiak is required to use these files. By George V. Trovato.

Screenshot of Quest Kodiak Special Forces on the ground.

Screenshot of Quest Kodiak Special Forces on the ground.

IMPORTANT:
You MUST own and have properly installed the Lionheart Creations Quest Kodiak for these paints to work. The paints were designed for FSX, and have not been tested and may not work in FS2004. If you do not own Lionheart's Kodiak, I'd strongly suggest you check it out. To learn more about the actual, real-life Quest Kodiak, you may want to visit the manufacturer's site. I am in no way affiliated, employed, or endorsed by Lionheart Creations, just a huge fan of his Kodiak. :)

Information:
This set of paints was done by request. 50573 is based on a real-world USAF Special Forces U-28A (Pilatus PC-12). 50574 is a fictional cargo variant based on the 50573 paint, but with more USAF markings. These paints are for the Lionheart Creations Quest Kodiak (wheel versions.)

Installation:
Copy the "Kodiak" folder into \SimObjects\Airplanes.
Browse to your Kodiak folder (found in \SimObjects\Airplanes\Kodiak) and edit your aircraft.cfg file, using a text editor such as Notepad.
To add these aircraft to FSX, you will need to copy the text and paste it into your aircraft.cfg file as the next aircraft entry. Remember to change the XX to the next higher number in sequence based on the highest numbered aircraft entry (fltsim.XX).
For example, if the last aircraft entry in your aircraft.cfg is [fltsim.39], then when you add these two aircraft, the XX for these paints would need to be replaced with 40 and 41 (respectively) so that they would read [fltsim.40] and [fltsim.41].

COPY AND PASTE THE CODE BELOW INTO YOUR AIRCRAFT.CFG FOR LIONHEART'S KODIAK.

[fltsim.XX]
title=Kodiak Special Forces 50573
sim=Kodiak
model=Passenger
panel=
sound=
texture=SF50573
kb_checklists=kodiak_check
kb_reference=kodiak_ref
atc_id=50573
atc_id_color=0xff000000
atc_parking_types=RAMP
ui_manufacturer=Quest Kodiak
ui_type="USAF Special Forces"
ui_variation="50573 Passenger Plane"
description="Wherever you want to go today, the Quest Kodiak can get you there. First introduced by Quest in 2005, the Kodiak was designed to land nearly anywhere, on land or water. Undoubtedly, it has lived up to its creators' intentions. Whether supplies need to be brought to a flooded village in the mountains of Peru, an injured person needs to be flown out from a remote lake in Alaska, or an archeologist wants access to a tiny site in the African desert, the Kodiak has what's needed to do the job.

[fltsim.XX]
title=Kodiak Special Forces 50574
sim=Kodiak
model=Cargo
panel=
sound=
texture=SF50574
kb_checklists=kodiak_check
kb_reference=kodiak_ref
atc_id=50574
atc_id_color=0xff000000
atc_parking_types=RAMP
ui_manufacturer=Quest Kodiak
ui_type="USAF Special Forces"
ui_variation="50574 Cargo Plane"
description="Wherever you want to go today, the Quest Kodiak can get you there. First introduced by Quest in 2005, the Kodiak was designed to land nearly anywhere, on land or water. Undoubtedly, it has lived up to its creators' intentions. Whether supplies need to be brought to a flooded village in the mountains of Peru, an injured person needs to be flown out from a remote lake in Alaska, or an archeologist wants access to a tiny site in the African desert, the Kodiak has what's needed to do the job.

These paints are the work of their author, George V. Trovato. These are released freely to the community. You may pass them along to whomever you wish, as long as you do so freely, and include this document. These paints may NOT be included on any website that charges fees to access downloadable content, nor may they be included on any kind of a compilation CD or DVD that is intended to be sold, rented or leased.

By using these paints, you agree that I am not liable for any damage resulting from the use of these files. If your computer crashes or freezes, or if toaster blows up and your TV will only tune in re-runs of Happy Days, that is not my responsibility.

Screenshot of Quest Kodiak Special Forces on runway.

Screenshot of Quest Kodiak Special Forces on runway.

 

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The archive kodiak_sf50573.zip has 22 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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
texture.SF5057311.04.090 B
Kodiak_Fuselage_T.dds11.04.094.00 MB
Kodiak_LHWing_t.dds11.04.094.00 MB
Kodiak_Pilot.dds11.04.091.00 MB
Kodiak_RHWing_t.dds11.04.094.00 MB
Kodiak_Seats_t.dds11.04.09256.12 kB
texture.cfg11.04.09137 B
thumbnail.jpg11.04.0916.82 kB
texture.SF5057411.04.090 B
Kodiak_Fuselage_T.dds11.04.094.00 MB
Kodiak_LHWing_t.dds11.04.094.00 MB
Kodiak_Pilot.dds11.04.091.00 MB
Kodiak_RHWing_t.dds11.04.094.00 MB
Kodiak_Seats_t.dds11.04.09256.12 kB
texture.cfg11.04.09137 B
thumbnail.jpg11.04.0916.52 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ11.04.09318 B
kodiak_sf50573.jpg11.04.0923.36 kB
kodiak_sf50573sm.jpg11.04.0912.37 kB
READ_ME.txt11.04.094.65 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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