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B36 C for X-Plane 6.51 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
B36 C Peacemaker for X-Plane 6.51 - The B36 Peacemaker was the last propeller driven bomber put into service by the US. With 6 - 3500 Hp radial engines and a gross takeoff weight of 410,000 lbs the early versions like the A and B variants (downloadable on AVSIM as version 1.0) were woefully underpowered. This file is the later version with 4 - 5200 lb static thrust jet engines added. Never called into active service the B36 provided the US long range nuclear determent until the jet B52 came into service. The B36 is a huge airplane with a large payload capacity, 10000 mile range and long endurance. See the read me file for distribution and copyright information. Wingspan: 230 feet Length: 162 feet Wing Area: 4770 square feet Maximum Take-off Weight: 410,000 pounds Maximum Bomb Payload: 2x 48,000 pound Grand Slam bombs Powerplant: 6x 3500 hp R4360 radial engines, 4X 5,200 pound J47-GE-19 turbojets


Filename: b36_c_113498.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 26th February 2003, 14:02:01
Downloads: 391
Author: Robert App
Size: 303kb


B36J Peacemaker for X-Plane 6.4-6.6 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
B36 Jv1.1 Peacemaker for X-Plane 6.4-6.6 - Upgraded panel but still not custom; J version with 3800 HP engines. The B36 Peacemaker was the last propeller driven bomber put into service by the US. With 6 - 3800 Hp radial engines and a gross takeoff weight of 410,000 lbs the early versions like the A and B variant were woefully underpowered. This file is the later J version with 4 - 5200 lb static thrust jet engines added. Never called into active service the B36 provided the US long range nuclear determent until the jet B52 came into service. The B36 is a huge airplane with a large payload capacity, 10000 mile range and long endurance. See the read me file for distribution and copyright information.

� Wingspan: 230 feet
� Length: 162 feet
� Wing Area: 4770 square feet
� Maximum Take-off Weight: 410,000 pounds
� Maximum Bomb Payload: 2x 48,000 pound Grand Slam bombs
� Powerplant: 6 x 3800 hp radial engines, 4 x 5,200 pound thrust J47-GE-19 turbojets.


Filename: b36_cv.1.1_115103.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 27th March 2003, 08:25:12
Downloads: 757
Author: Robert App
Size: 606kb


B58 Hustler for X-Plane 6.4/6.51 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
B58 Hustler v1.0 for X-Plane 6.40/6.51 - development of the B58 began in 1951 with 161 planes delivered to SAC between 1960 and 1970. Americas first supersonic jet bomber (mach 2+) the B58 was designed for high speed delivery of nuclear or conventional weapons from long range as a compliment to the B52 subsonic bomber. One of the most sophisticated planes ever developed, the B58 set many speed and altitude records some of which remain unbroken today. With a gross takeoff weight of 163000 lbs the B58 could cary as much as 101000 lbs of fuel (that's almost 60% of the gross weight). One of the most computerized aircraft ever built, the B58 is amazingly easy to fly without any computer assistance (except the one used to run the x-plane simulator). Go to the attached web sit for the fascinating story of the B58 Hustler. Wing span: 56 ft. 10 in (17.32 m) Length: 96 ft. 9 in (29.49 m) Height: 31 ft. 5 in (9.58 m) Wing Area: 1,542 sq ft (470 sq m) Weights: Empty: 55,560 lb (25,201 kg) Max T/O: 163,000 lb (73,935 kg) Performance: Maximum Speed: 1,321 mph (2,125 km/h) @ 63,150 ft (19,248 m) Combat Ceiling: 63,150 ft (19,248 m) Record Ceiling: 85,360 ft (26,017 m) Combat Radius: 1,750 miles (2,816 km) to, 5,577 miles (8,975 km) with inflight refueling Powerplant: Four General Electric J79-GE-1 turbojet engines rated at 10,500 st. or 16,000 st. with afterburners.


Filename: b58_hustler_113648.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 1st March 2003, 04:25:26
Downloads: 698
Author: Robert App
Size: 1837kb


B58 Hustler v1.1 for Vs. 6.4/6.51 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
B58 Hustler v1.1 for X-Plane 6.40/6.51 Updated so PC users can read paint.BMP file- development of the B58 began in 1951 with 161 planes delivered to SAC between 1960 and 1970. Americas first supersonic jet bomber (mach 2+) the B58 was designed for high speed delivery of nuclear or conventional weapons from long range as a compliment to the B52 subsonic bomber. One of the most sophisticated planes ever developed, the B58 set many speed and altitude records some of which remain unbroken today. With a gross takeoff weight of 173000 lbs the B58 could cary as much as 101000 lbs of fuel (that's almost 60% of the gross weight). One of the most computerized aircraft ever built, the B58 is amazingly easy to fly without any computer assistance (except the one used to run the x-plane simulator). Go to the attached web sit for the fascinating story of the B58 Hustler.


Filename: b58_hustlerv1.1_114084.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 10th March 2003, 03:30:19
Downloads: 826
Author: Robert App
Size: 249kb


Black Cat Catalina PBY5/5Av1.1 for x-plane ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This update includes improvements to the fuselage shape, addition of retractable wing floats using wheel farings, an improved but not custom panel, improved prop efficiency and more. The PBY Catalina is probably the best known flying boat with over 4000 produced by Consolidated aircraft and licensees. The Black Cat squadrons all done in flat black played havoc particularly for the Japanese in the Pacific. Fitted with radar, with a 15 hour endurance and 2800 mile range they hunted Japanese naval ships by night and bombed or torpedoed them by the hundreds up. There are 6 engine nacelles used in the model, 2 represent the 1200 HP radial engines driving the props, the others are jets with 5 lbs of thrust, 1 is used for the rear fuselage section, 1 is used for the wing pylon, 1 is used for the flare from the fuselage to the vertical stabilizer and the last is used for the forward observation and gunner space. Two are not used. Wing sections are taken up by the main wing and the support spars so there you go. The fuel tanks are used for the side gunner pods since these can be decorated separately. The plane flies very well and is stable as a rock. Takeoffs from water are quite easy as long as you don't dip a wing tip (no floats remember). The Black Cat squadron logo used in the paint scheme is courtesy of http://www.daveswarbirds.com/blackcat/logos.htm and is from the VP-71 Black Cat squadron.


Filename: pby_catalinav1.1_114073.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 9th March 2003, 22:48:18
Downloads: 1198
Author: Robert App
Size: 140kb


Black Cat PBY5/5A ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
X-Plane 6.40 The PBY Catalina is probably the best known flying boat with over 4000 produced by Consolidated aircraft and licensees. The Black Cat squadrons all done in flat black played havoc particularly for the Japanese in the Pacific in WWII. Fitted with radar, with a 15 hour endurance and 2800 mile range they hunted Japanese naval ships and bombed or torpedoed them by the hundreds. This a fairly accurate rendition of the PBY except that the retractable pontoons are missing. Why? Well basically after using all the tricks I know I ran out of parts. There are 6 engine nacelles used in the model, 2 represent the 1200 HP radial engines driving the props, the others are jets with 5 lbs of thrust, 1 is used for the rear fuselage section, 1 is used for the wing pylon, 1 is used for the flare from the fuselage to the vertical stabilizer and the last is used for the forward observation and gunner space. Two are not used. Wing sections are taken up by the main wing and the support spars so there you go. The fuel tanks are used for the side gunner pods since these can be decorated separately. The plane flies very well and is stable. Takeoffs from water are quite easy as long as you don't dip a wing tip (no floats remember). This aircraft model and the paint scheme is copyright by Robert App, January 2003. Feel free to alter the paint scheme and instrument panel as long as you give me credit for the original design. The Black Cat squadron logo used in the paint scheme is courtesy of http://www.daveswarbirds.com/blackcat/logos.htm and is from the VP-71 Black Cat squadron. E mail me with any good panels or paint schemes and I will give full credit if used.


Filename: pby_catalina_111005.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 16th January 2003, 02:56:49
Downloads: 1367
Author: Robert L. App
Size: 12334kb


Boeing 367-80 (Dash 80) ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Introducing the Boeing 367-80 (a.k.a Dash 80), The prototype Boeing built of the 707. Almost a years worth of effort have gone into this project. Also see http://www.dash80.com , a website I created just for this aircraft in which you'll find photos of the actual aircraft, technical documents, history, and much more.


Filename: boeing367-80_115256.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 30th March 2003, 09:50:50
Downloads: 1040
Author: Tom Bies
Size: 1857kb


Boeing B314 Clipper for X-Plane 6.40/6.51 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Boeing B314 Clipper v1.0 for X-Plane 6.4/6.51- Built for Pan American Airways to expand their Clipper fleet, they also saw service for the US Navy and BOAC. The "clipper" name was appropriate because the Sikorsky S42, the Martin M130 (also available for X-Plane on AVSIM) and the Boeing B314 opened up long distance air lanes in 1930's and 40's the same way that the clipper ships opened up sea trade in the late 1800's. The model flies very well and is as accurate as the limited plans available to me. Due to limitations in shaping airfoils the outside rudders are actually engine nacelles (jets with 5 lb of thrust) and the lower wing is also an engine nacelle. The rear section of the fuselage is actually a gas tank or float section used to get better detail in the fuselage. As all of my models the exterior paint and panel can use a lot of work. What you see here is approximately 6-8 hours of modelling/decorating? work plus 16-20 hours or more of test flights. Number built: total 12, 6 A314's built with upgraded engines and increased range Engines: 4 - 1,600 HP, Wright R-2600, Twin Cyclone ,14 cylinder, air-cooled, radial engines. Wing Span: 152 ft. Length: 106 ft Max GW: 84,000 lb. Max level speed: 193 mph Cruising speed: 183 mph Range: 3,500 (5,200 A314) miles First flight: June 7, 1938, last retirement 1951. Ceiling: cruise 13,400, maximum 19,600 feet Accommodation: 10 crew, 74 (36 night) passengers.


Filename: boeing_b314_112695.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 12th February 2003, 22:41:20
Downloads: 613
Author: Robert App
Size: 1086kb


Canard/Pusher ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This is my first attempt at building an aircraft. It is a canard pusher with 550 hp turbine, 315 ktas at 21,000', 3500+ fpm climb, aerobatic capable with full fly by wire. HUD and all the goodies. It was created on v6.16. Enjoy, I sure enjoyed building it.


Filename: canard_106112.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 21st October 2002, 00:02:17
Downloads: 244
Author: James McGimpsey
Size: 32kb


Capital Viscount ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Capital Viscount updated for X-Plane 6.30. Includes custom day and night instrument panel, New airfoils, and sounds.


Filename: capital_viscount_6_106618.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 29th October 2002, 00:14:44
Downloads: 386
Author: Dennis Foulk
Size: 2772kb


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