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Hey guys, so after a little experiment, turns out you actually can edit default plane on a 3D level. It just take a million years to reinject it into MSFS, as the export looses all animations and textures (so you have to make that again from scratch).

But if you have the patience (i dont 😁), and the few skills required, you could do many things, like this tiny Tundra 152 i made, using the wheels of the XCUB.. But also floats, amphibs, skis, etc....

Its kinda blurry but i had to use quite an agressive denoising due to lack of time to render 🙂

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The one Bush C152 incoming for MSFS. It will be released as free addon till the end of this year, someone from France do update his great model for FSX/P3D.

cbtsEg8m.jpg 17ujd2lm.jpg

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1 hour ago, YoYo said:

The one Bush C152 incoming for MSFS. It will be released as free addon till the end of this year, someone from France do update his great model for FSX/P3D.

cbtsEg8m.jpg 17ujd2lm.jpg

Nice i actually used this one in P3D. But its his own model, its not the same as editing a default aircraft. 

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Hello,

I am the author of this Cessna 152 TiBush, which was developed on the basis of the freeware by Fravin and Frankart for FS2004. These sources have been modified with the agreement of the 2 authors to get this result. This Tibush was for FSX (published in 2013) but works very well on P3D (v3, v4, v5) => http://frenchvfr.free.fr
Currently this Tibush (MDL version) worked very well under MSFS except that during the last 2 updates the "mouse clicks" are no longer operationals. If the next update corrects this point, I will put the three declinations (Tibush, Taildragger, Seaplane) in download if not I will pass it in native MSFS and this works can take more time.


Be careful anyway: editing the sources of Asobo's planes for study purposes is one thing but publishing the modifications is another (copyrights).

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7 minutes ago, lagaffe said:

Hello,

I am the author of this Cessna 152 TiBush, which was developed on the basis of the freeware by Fravin and Frankart for FS2004. These sources have been modified with the agreement of the 2 authors to get this result. This Tibush was for FSX (published in 2013) but works very well on P3D (v3, v4, v5) => http://frenchvfr.free.fr
Currently this Tibush (MDL version) worked very well under MSFS except that during the last 2 updates the "mouse clicks" are no longer operationals. If the next update corrects this point, I will put the three declinations (Tibush, Taildragger, Seaplane) in download if not I will pass it in native MSFS and this works can take more time.


Be careful anyway: editing the sources of Asobo's planes for study purposes is one thing but publishing the modifications is another (copyrights).

I know i actually used the Tibush in P3D. And that was just a proof of concept, i'm nowhere near publishing anything right now !:)

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