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Just Flight announces the release of the DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk.V1 for FSX, FSX: SE & P3D v1/v2/v3.

Written by on April 27, 2016

The all-new Mosquito add-on features the Mk VI fighter-bomber, regarded by many as the ultimate Mosquito variant.

This highly detailed FSX/P3D model of de Havilland’s formidable weapon features a fully functioning virtual cockpit, six authentic colour schemes and numerous animations.

DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk VI

DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk VI
DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk VI
DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk VI
DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk VI
 
 
7,781 examples of the Mosquito were produced in a total of 43 variants. The most popular variant was the Mk VI fighter bomber (FB) featured in this add-on, which was armed with four 20mm Hispano cannons and four .303 Browning machine guns in the nose section. A total of 2,292 examples of this version were built.

We proudly present the de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk VI for FSX and P3D. This highly detailed model features a fully functioning virtual cockpit, six authentic colour schemes and numerous animations including removable exhaust and engine covers, nose gun panels, belly gun panels and door, and bomb bay doors.

Exterior model

  • de Havilland Mosquito Mk VI variant built over the most accurate plans available, including original factory plans and drawings
  • Removable exhaust covers, nose gun panels, bomb bay doors, belly gun panels and door
  • Removable engine covers which reveal highly detailed Merlin engines
  • Highly detailed model with intricate separately modelled panels and rivets etc.
  • Bump and specular mapping used to produce a truly 3D feel

Cockpit

  • Truly 3D virtual cockpit right down to the cables and piping – instruments fully constructed in 3D with smooth animations
  • Cockpit textures feature realistic wear and tear
  • Authentic systems, including electrical, hydraulic and fuel systems
  • Directional indicator, P8 compass, VOR and ADF gauge included for easy navigation
  • Opening front quarter windows for both seats
  • Numerous animations including functioning variable-speed windscreen wipers and signal flares
  • Easy-to-use Collins-based radio stack (concealed within period radio set) and simple autopilot (altitude/heading hold)
  • Floodlighting and UV gauge lighting for night operations

Six authentic colour schemes

  • CY-H of 613 ‘City of Manchester’, 138 Wing, 2nd TAF, RAF. As flown by Flg Officers Rene Puyt and Jaques Muray, August 1944
  • OB_J of 45 Squadron RCAF, flown by Flg Officers Frank Scholfield and Reg ‘Taffy’ F Russell based at Jaori, June 1945
  • HR405/NE-A of No 143 Sqn, Banff Strike Wing, flown by Flg Officers A.V.Randell and R.R Rawlins
  • LR373 YH-A 21 Sqn John Randall Daniel ‘Bob’ Braham DSO
  • HR402/OB-C of No 45 Sqn, flown by Flt Lt C R Goodwin and Flt Off S Potts, Kumbhirgram, 15 January 1945
  • 464 Sqn SB-V as flown during Operation Jericho by F/LT T McPhee, RNZAF and F/Lt G W Atkins

Other

  • Layered PSD paint kit
  • Realistic flight dynamics
  • Authentic sound set
  • Droppable bomb animation and gun firing effects
  • Custom landing light effects
  • 2D configuration panel (includes eyepoint adjustment tool and crew configuration)

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