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FS2004 Fiat G.50 Sq.351 Gmax Model (5)

FS2004 Fiat G. 50, sq. 351, Gmax model. First italian single wing airplane fighter the Fiat G. 50 was first flown in 1937, february, 26th. Features detailed historical 2D and 3D panels; vpit with full military equipment, high resolution gauge textures, fully functional and clickable controls via tailored XML instruments gauges and XML animations (working fire button with ammo counters, San Giorgio Mk. I reflector gun sight with rheostat control, cylinder temperature probe selector, etc. .. ). Damage model and multi-lod. Dynamic shadowing attached to some parts. Accurate flight dynamics included. Detailed Fiat A. 74 radial engine visible hitting spoiler key, working cowling flaps, etc. .. Authors: Corrado La Posta, Alessandro Biagi, Morten Krogstad.

Filesize: 7.11 MB | Added on: Jul 03, 2005 | Downloads: 1054

Users Reviews
FS2004 Fiat G.50 sq.351 Gmax model. Rating: 8.00 of 10 over a total of 5 reviews.

ettuprating: 8
March 11, 2010
Very nice vintage
sachalexrating: 8
October 14, 2007
a very good model that flies well but it has violent left swing on takeoff so get ready to make correction...
Suppeelskerrating: 9
June 22, 2007
Really fun and realistic I love it You won t regret your download, will give you hours of 3
pepepacorating: 8
December 19, 2005
Es uno de los mejores y m s realistas que me he bajado. La textura la cabina son casi perfectas el vuelo aerodinamica muy reales... felicidades por lograr un avi n tan bueno.
luke771rating: 7
November 9, 2005
If the flying model really reflects real thing, then Italian WW2 pilots must have had a hard time fighting Lightnings, Mustangs and Spitfires with this machine OK, thay some German planes as well, they lost war eventually . But that s not point. Pion is, plane is actually fun to fly, I like it. Somewhat underpowered, was. Good 2D 3D panels, good looking though colors are quite WW2, but anyway