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  1. Version 1.0.0

    42 downloads

    Tulsa Community College for the Default/REP Cessna 172SP G1000 Installation 1. Extract the .zip file 2. Inside the .zip file there will be a folder called "TCC (N5522X)" - put this folder in your "X-Plane 11/Aircraft/Laminar/Cessna 172SP/liveries" folder. Note: N5522X is a Cessna 172SP G1000 operated by Tulsa Community College and used for flight training. The real aircraft doesn't have wheel fairings so you can use the "NO PANTS" mod to remove them. This can be found here:
  2. Version 1.0.0

    80 downloads

    BetterM20 improves the cockpit textures of the AFM Mooney Ovation II. I've only done the Ovation II and I'm not sure I will do the others because this was quite a lot of work. What was changed? - Too many artwork changes to list: panel color, attitude indicator color, weathering/wear and tear, ambient occlusion, etc. - Many edits to the normal maps (most of these edits prevent sunlight from peaking through the panel where it shouldn't - an X-Plane issue) - Many changes to thee ambient occlusion (ambient light shadowing) Installation Step 1: Place the "objects" fol
  3. Version 1.0.1

    583 downloads

    As we all know, the TBM-900 by Hot Start is hands down the most detailed aircraft for X-Plane (and maybe all of flight sim). But, nothing, not even the TBM, is perfect. That's why I've made this mod. BetterTBM aims to improve the cockpit textures in general and also fix some minor issues, many of them caused by issues within X-Plane. What was changed? - Many edits to the normal maps (most of these edits prevent sunlight from peaking through the panel where it shouldn't - an X-Plane issue) - Many changes to thee ambient occlusion (ambient light shadowing) - Very slight chang
  4. Version 1.0.0

    141 downloads

    Features - makes the atmosphere more blue - tweaks to diffuse lighting - many more tiny tweaks
  5. Version 1.0.0

    187 downloads

    Bahamasair for FlyJSim's 737-200 Features Weathering toned down a bit according to the age of the airplane: especially around the cockpit windows. The default just wasn't matching my reference images. Custom typeface for the new and old 'Bahamasair' text, colors, and accurate scaling and placement of graphical elements. FlyJSim's 737-200 can be purchased here. I highly recommend it.
  6. Take out the FJS 707 too, they’ve said that it’s canceled multiple times before.
  7. Version 1.0.0

    203 downloads

    American Airlines for the IXEG 737-300 Features Custom Weathering: Dirt, scratches, etc (but not over done). Custom Normal Maps: Creates the metal effect, adds roughness where the aircraft is weathered. Accurate to the Real Aircraft: Custom typeface for 'American' text. IXEG's 737-300 can be purchased here. I highly recommend it.
  8. Version 1.0.0

    4,269 downloads

    RealPFD, an accurate PFD for the 737-800 by Zibo. What was changed? - Artificial Horizon colors - Pink object & text colors - Command Bar/Flight director cross-hare color, shape, and size - LCD display simulation (pixel grain, bloom, pixel burn-in, and saturation variation) - Many other tiny tweaks Installation Step 1: Place the "cockpit_3d" folder in your root Zibo 737 folder. ("X-Plane 11/Aircraft/B737-800X") Step 2: Merge and replace files when needed. Step 3: Enjoy a realistic and accurate 737-800 PFD!
  9. Version 1.0.0

    355 downloads

    American Eagle for the LES Saab 340A Features Custom Weathering Effects: When I completed the first version of this livery I thought it looked way too clean and flat compared to my reference photos. Because of this, I added dirt, leaks, and stains to the exterior to match my reference images and make the livery more realistic. Custom Normal Maps: The default normal maps that ship with the aircraft are quite low resolution and only account for flat objects on the exterior like doors, panels, and rivets. I upped the base resolution to the match thus of the albedo textures (4K) and
  10. Version 1.0.0

    466 downloads

    TRANS WORLD AIRLINES (New) for the Rotate MD-80 Models The Last MD-80 Ever Built: N984TW was the last MD-80 ever built in 1999. TWA picked it up and then merged with American in 2002. The aircraft still flies today in American colors. Rotate's MD-80 can be purchased here. I highly recommend it.
  11. Version 1.0.0

    426 downloads

    TRANS WORLD AIRLINES (New) for the FlyJSim Boeing 727-200Adv Features Models TWA's Last 727: N64339 was TWA's last 727. The aircraft was retired in September of 2000 as seen in the video at the bottom. Custom PBR effects: Normal maps were used to create custom reflections that vary accordingly on different parts of the aircraft FlyJSim's 727 can be purchased here. I highly recommend it. DO NOT INSTALL TO ANY OTHER VARIANT OF THE 727, ONLY THE 727-200Adv
  12. Version 1.0.0

    1,090 downloads

    TRANS WORLD AIRLINES for the FlyJSim Boeing 727-100 Features Two Variants: This livery models N850TW, TWA's first 727. I made two variants, one models the 727 when TWA first got the aircraft: the nose was black and they put massive StarStream 727 decals on both engines (StarStream was their new jetliner service). Then after a few years they repainted it and took off the decals and removed the black nose. Custom PBR effects: Normal maps were used to create custom reflections on graphics on the aircraft and bare metal FlyJSim's 727 can be purchased here. I highly recommend it
  13. This livery models N850TW, TWA's first 727. I made two variants, one models the 727 when TWA first got the aircraft: the nose was black and they put massive StarStream 727 decals on both engines (StarStream was their new jetliner service). Then after a few years they repainted it and took off the decals and removed the black nose.
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