FS 2004 Messerschmitt Bf-109G-6


FS 2004 Messerschmitt Bf-109G-6 "Moskito-Geleitboot"

This is a repaint only for the Flight Replicas Bf-109G-6. My stab at Oblt. Kurt Gabler’s natural metal Bf.109G-6 “Red 8”, an aircraft featured in the Eagle Editions’ publication, “Jagdeschwader 300, Volume 1”.

“Red 8” was a Bf.109G-6 flown by Oblt. Kurt Gabler, III./JG300, in July 1944. From photographs this aircraft appears to have been sanded back from its original RLM74/75/76 finish, reportedly in an effort to increase its speed for intercepting RAF Mosquitos. Traces of paint are visible on the wing root and base of the elevators, and the swastika has clearly been sanded down, leaving only a faint trace. Note that the gun troughs and various access panels appear darker than the rest of the aircraft because they are composed of darker metals (e.g., the gun troughs were iron). This same effect is seen in photographs of a sanded down Bf109G belonging to the National Air and Space Museum (NASM), adding support to the claim that “Red 8” was natural metal rather than light grey."

I have only included the Textures which I have redone. Drop the Folder, texture.JG300_Red_8 into your Flight Replicas Messerschmitt Bf-109G-6 folder. Copy the textures from the Stock G6 texture and paste them into this new folder. Say no to all when asked to overwrite.

Open the .cfg file and paste the following into it replacing the xx with the next numerical value in the series, ex. If your cfg has [fltsim.01] then what you change in the following is the xx to 02.

Randy Lee Foss (aka. Baron von Blutwurst)

JGRed8.zip  Download  
Total Files1
File Size8.04 MB
Create Date14 octobre 2015
Last Updated31 mars 2016


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