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Icarus Golden Age Releases Lavochkin Lagg-3

Last updated Wed, 05 Apr 2017 14:16:22 GMT
Originally posted on Tue, 27 Jan 2004 23:19:12 GMT

Now available from Icarus Golden Age for CFS2, FS2002 and FS2004 is their version of the WWII era Russian Lavochkin Lagg-3 single engine general purpose fighter. For full details click on Read More.

Icarus Golden age releases Lavochkin Lagg-3, seven liveries CFS2/FS2004/FS2002, multiresolution, virtual cockpit and working gauges and fully animated.

The Lavochkin LaGG-3 was built as the result of a requirement issued by the Red Air Force for a general purpose tactical fighter built primarily of plastic impregnated wood and powered by an 1100 hp liquid cooled in-line engine. Armed with a pair of 7.62mm machine guns and a single 20mm cannon, the LaGG-3 was pressed into combat when the Germans invaded the Soviet Union.

 

  • Shock absorber movement
  • Wheel rotation
  • Dynamic VC gauges
  • Moving rudder pedals
  • Moving Joystick
  • Cockpit animation

Now on sale at Icarus in the Russia section:

https://www.icarusgold.com/

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Michael LangSat, 04 Nov 2017 07:19:00 GMT

Where can AI find your aircraft for CFS2?

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