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SOLOTREK
Bueno.. comentar que para mi es dificil de volar y además las texturas no las vi muy bien... pero no sé igual puse algo mal. Lo mejor es que si te apetece te lo bajes y lo pruebes.

 
Solotrek eXsoskeleton Flying Vehicle (XFV)

The Solotrek XFV is the current project of Solotrek Aerospace Ltd which is in teathered hover testing, and may finally bring the dream of personal point to point transport into reality.

It uses twin contra-rotating ducted fans driven by a single internal combustion engine to produce vertical lift as well as horizontal propulsion, and incorporates a fly-by-wire control system to keep everthing on the straight and narrow.

This FS2000 aircraft was designed using Abacus's FSDS using elements from others whose efforts I fully acknowledge (see below) and while I have no objection to anyone updating this project, please maintain credit where credit is due. I include the project files to encourage updates and to see how far this could be taken by someone with better skills than me.

There are no textures (save the wheels), as I have no ability in that department and the .Air file is from an FS98 project called Jetman_CS (available on Simviation's excellent web site) as it was the only heli .air file I could find that did not require lots of rudder input to fly the thing (again my skills are sadly lacking in .air file design).

The model is reletively easy to fly compaired to a true helicopter but landing is a different thing altogether, as it has a tendancy to topple over if you don't get it down square and throttle right back straight away (if it does start to go over, go to full throttle and move the stick in the opposite direction to the topple, and you should get airbourne again). I think this is due to the gear being very close together coupled with a fairly high CoG in relation. But as I have no idear where the CoG should be, I placed it in the center of each axis (I did try it up between the ducted fans but this made it topple before take off) and I think i've got it close.

Anyhow, Enjoy! and remember, if you make any changes and re-publish, please add the acknowledgement below where they apply (oh and a mention of me would be nice too!).

Colin Thwaites. 18/11/02 E-mail: lone-wolf@ntlworld.com


Acknowledgments
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Wheel Texture: Abacus Software Copyright (C) 2000.2001 Abacus Software. Http://www.abacuspub.com

Pilot Model: COPYRIGHT (C) looseKannon E-mail: maincontroller@loosekannon.com

Jet Pack (JetMan_CS) .Air file: Captain Slug E-mail: captainslg@aol.com

Ducted fan props: Mike Folgarelli Growlingbear Designs E-mail Growlbr@yahoo.com Http://www.homestead.com/growlbear/
 

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JAGUAR XK 120

 

Readme: Jaguar XK120-Hot Rod texture


To install, simply add the file "texture.1" to your Jag120 folder in the main aircraft directory for FS2002. Replace the "aircraft.cfg" file with the one included. I have tested this repaint and cfg file and I am sure that it will not mess up your aircraft, but just incase, make a backup "aircraft.cfg" file.

To drive the Jag, go to the aircraft selection screen and select "Jaguar Ltd." under manufacturer, select the Jaguar XK120, and then select the "Hot Rod" paint.

I have done a few other aircrft repaints, but this is the first one that I have uploaded to the internet. I would very much appreciate your feedback, whether good or bad. My name is Aaron Pollard, and I'm 13 years old.

My email address is: RedishBaron@aol.com

I would like to thank William Lyons, of Golden Wings, for making this great car, without his time and effort, I wouldn't be able to even make this repaint.

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JAGUAR XK 120

Fs2002 Jaguar XK-120 Just for fun a classic personal sports car to explore all the beautiful scenery in fs2002!! Features fully animated virtual interior with working gauges and headlights. Fly to your favorite airport and switch to your Jag!! Brought to you by the Golden Eagles Squadron,November, 2001
Installation: Just unzip the file InstallJag.zip into your main fs2002 folder. That will place the car, gauges and flights into the proper folders. If you have a very fast computer and are happy with the default pan rate in the virtual cockpit mode then you are finished installing... If you would like a faster pan rate open the fs2002.cfg file using Notepad and increase the pan rate under [Controls] from 400 to 900... This will allow a faster, more realistic view change as you swing around or up and down using the hat switch. There are two UK situations included which will show up in My Saved Flights. Select the Lands End Tour to get aquainted with you new Jag. Auto rudder must be on to steer. Starting is by M+. The Top(Hood) is stored using the "O" key. The horn works using F5 and F8. Lights are turned on using the L key. It is set up to be able to cross the roadway bridges that cross rivers and lakes and so will not sink. You can drive in the surf at Lands End with the water effects on for some surfing fun..! Then drive up to the road and explore the countryside. The second situation, Nice Heathrow Evening places you at the airport on a typically nice evening.. Drive around the airport and check out the ATC traffic..
The Golden Eagles Squadron is a great bunch of flightsim artists who have joined together to help each other keep the tradition of low key fun freeware alive in Fs2002.. Emphasis will be on classic and vintage aircraft and other fun projects. This package is one of the first of many you will be seeing in the next months as we explore the fantastic new world of fs2002 that Microsoft has provided us. Please do not use our work in any commercial product. Other than that restriction our work can be freely distributed as an intact package. Please visit our site at http://home.earthlink.net/%7Epgrubich/goldeneagles.htm and let us know what you think of our flightsim offerings, make suggestions or check out future plans.. Good flying,
Bill Lyons
gwings@netexpress.net
Member, Golden Eagles Squadron

 

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MERCEDES  BENZ VITO
 

 Mercedes-Benz Vito van for FS2002

Please read all of this ReadMe.txt file, as it includes important
information on installing the aircraft.

What's Included:

1 main folder : mbvito02 - containing:

1 ReadMe.txt : The file you're reading now
1 Copy.txt : Copyright text file
1 File_id.diz : Internet Information file
1 Small .jpg : Picture of MB van
1 Panel.jpg : Picture of Panel
1 Sim1van.jpg : Picture of MB van


1 mbvito02 folder : PUT THIS INTO YOUR DEFAULT FS2002 AIRCRAFT FOLDER
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1 Gauges folder : OPEN THIS FOLDER - AND COPY THE 7 .GAU FILES, THEN
PASTE THEM INTO YOU'RE DEFAULT FS2002 GAUGES FOLDER
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1 myflts folder : OPEN THIS FOLDER - AND COPY THE 2 FILES, THEN PASTE
THEM INTO YOU'RE DEFAULT FS2002 myflts FOLDER
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THE myflts FOLDER CAN BE FOUND INSIDE OF THE
DEFAULT FS2002 flights FOLDER

O.K. that's it, now just close all folders and start Flight Simulator
2002 as normal and select the vehicle just like any other aircraft,
its name will be shown as: Mercedes Benz Vito Sport.

You can also goto the Select Flight and select the title:
Mercedes in Las Vegas.

Note: There is only steering (rudder) control, throttle and brakes.
Keep your speed to 35-40 mph for best control.
To START the van if you have turned it off, just click round to
the start position, then click 4-5 times very quickly, and
the van will start.

THIS IS FREEWARE - You may distribute this mbvito02.zip file as long
as you do not profit from it in any way, and this ReadMe.txt file
MUST be included and unaltered in any way.
The Author retains all rights to this software. The Author declines
every responsability for contingent malfunctions, deceleration and
any drawback that should arise, using this software.

All trademarks and brands are trademarks or registered trademarks of
their respective owners.
 

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