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Fs2004 And Fs2002 Effects: Nicks Prop Dust With Control Gauges. Prop Aircraft Users Are In For A Real Treat. This Gauge effects Package Automatically Senses The Terrain The Aircraft Is In Contact With Or Flying Over And Changes The Dust And Water Effects For The Aircrafts Prop rotor Wash Based On Dirt, Dry Mud Or Clay, Snow, Rain, Water, Ice, Sand, Gravel And Short Grass. In Addition The Real Time Surface Conditions Are Also Sensed. In Example, A Dry Asphalt Or Concrete Runway Will Produce No Dust, However, The Same Runway With Snow Conditions Present Will Automatically Produce A Throttle Controlled Snow Blowing Effect. The 25 Included Effects Files And 5 Gauges Instruments Have Been Tuned To Reflect A Realistic Representation Of The Dust mist Produced By Different Types Of Aircraft Taking
Show more... Off Or Touching Down On Different Terrains And Surface Conditions. The Effects Are Properly Influenced By Cross Wind Conditions And Reverse Pitch Is Also Supported. Effects Files And Gauges Instruments Are Included For Large And Small, Single Engine, Multi-engine, Amphibians, Helicopters And Massive Scale Military And Commercial Transports. It Requires Editing adding Lines In The Aircraft. cfg And Panel. cfg Files. The Readme Files Include Very Complete And Comprehensive Instructions Including A Quick And Easy Copy paste File For All The Microsoft Prop Aircraft And Tutorial On Making Custom Gauges Instruments From The Ones Provided. By Nick Needham Klondikekit_at_yahoo . com Show less...

Filesize: 1.22 MB | Added on: Dec 21, 2003 | Downloads: 4600

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FS2004 And FS2002 Effects Nicks Prop Dust With Control. Rating: 9.33 of 10 over a total of 3 reviews.

Edge12rating: 10
December 30, 2009
Great Add on realistically cool effects Nice job these
via042rating: 10
July 18, 2007
good D
ukair272rating: 8
June 17, 2005
This is great. Just the sort of thing i needed for as real it gets. Now just gotta find same Jet liners. Well Done Nick.