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West Coast Air DHC-2 Floats 1.0


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Thanks for downloading! This is a repaint of the Aerosoft DHC-2 Beaver in the colours of West Coast Air of BC. Credit goes to Tony Hisgett for the photo used in the repaint and thumbnail, Paint.NET for the editing, Aerosoft for the aircraft, paint kit and other additional textures (bump maps, interior, etc...). I realize that there are issues with this paint, and if anyone has made edits and would like to re-post them or send them to me, feel free, however ensure to give credit to myself and these organizations/people if uploading. Not to be redistributed as payware.
 
 
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Created by Dmac Macon
 
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INSTRUCTIONS:
 
 
 
1 - Place folder "texture.WCAirNC" in "Aerosoft Beaver Floats 5 Seats", which is located in C:/Program Files (or Program Files (x86))/Microsoft Games/SimObjects/Airplanes
 
2 - Open up the "aircraft.cfg" in the Beaver Floats folder that has the "texture.WCAirNC" in it with notepad
 
3 - After the last set of lines beginning with [fltsim., place the following...
 
[fltsim.X]
title=C-FEBE WCA New
sim=FSX_DHC-2F
model=Float4
panel=
sound=
texture=WCAirNC
kb_checklists=DHC-2F_check
kb_reference=DHC-2F_ref
ui_manufacturer=de Havilland Canada
ui_type=DHC-2 Floats 5 Seats
ui_variation=West Coast Air NC
ui_typerole="Single Engine Prop"
ui_createdby="Aerosoft"
atc_heavy=0
atc_id=C-FEBE
atc_airline=
atc_flight_number=
atc_parking_types=RAMP
description=The civilian version DHC-2 Beaver was was manufactured by de Havilland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd. from 1948 to 1969. The MKI is the mostly spread version witha 450 SHP Pratt & Whitney R985. Alternatively a MKII was developed with 550 SHP Alvis Leonides 502/4 engine. Later the less common PT6A6 turboprop powerd Beaver was built between 1964 to 1969. In total almost 1700 plans were built and many of them are beautifully restored and service for tourist flights,transportation and fun all around the world.
 
4 - Change the "X" in the [FLTSIM.X] line above to the number after the one in the fltsim section above to continue the consecutive series of numbers
 
5 - Save the aircraft.cfg and fly!
 
 
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If you have any questions, jot a PM to DMacAir1 on the Aerosoft forum.
 
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