Abacus - Classic Military 4-Pack for FS2004 & FSX1

Abacus - Classic Military 4-Pack for FS2004 & FSX

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  • Abacus - Classic Military 4-Pack for FS2004 & FSX1
  • Abacus - Classic Military 4-Pack for FS2004 & FSX1
  • Abacus - Classic Military 4-Pack for FS2004 & FSX1
  • Abacus - Classic Military 4-Pack for FS2004 & FSX1


FSX Certified

F4F-4 Wildcat

Compatible with: FSX and FS2004

Grumman designed the F4F as the first carrier based monoplane. The F4F-4 model had more powerful engine, increased armament, self-sealing fuel tanks, armor, and folding wings than the earlier variants. Eventually, Grumman built 1,168 aircraft which was used mostly by the US Navy and US Marines in early World War II.

In particular, the Wildcat fought in the early Pacific battles in the Coral Sea, Midway and Guadalcanal. It also flew in support of the invasion of North Africa in 1942. Massimo Taccoli and Dennis Seeley modeled this warbird for FSX, FS2004 and FS2002.


Manufacturer Grumman
Engine P&W R-1830-86 Twin Wasp 14-cyl radial
Power 1,200HP @ 2,700RPM (sea level) / 1,040HP @ 2,550RPM @ 18,400 ft.
Length 29 ft
Height 11 ft 4 in
Wing Span 38 ft 0 in
Wing Area 260.0 sq ft
Max Speed 274 mph @ sea level / 320 mph @ 18,800 ft
Stall Speed 81.2 mph IAS @ 7,975 lbs
Maximum Range 830 mi at 161 mph / 1,275 mi at 153 mph. w/ drop tanks
Service Ceiling 34,900 ft
Initial Climb 2,475 fpm @ sea level
Empty Weight 5,895 lbs
Maximum T/O Weight 8,762 lbs

F6F-5 Hellcat

The carrier based Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat fighter-bomber was one of the most successful and most feared of the Allied aircraft.

Hellcat pilots were responsible for more than 76% of the confirmed U.S. carrier-based victories. In two years, Hellcats achieved 5,156 victories; an outstanding 19:1 kill-to-loss ratio.

The single-seat Hellcat was a follow-up to the F4F-3 Wildcat after early US Navy combat experience. It incorporated major design changes including a low-mounted wing, wider retractable landing gear, a more powerful engine, improved cockpit armor plating and increased ammunition capacity.

The F6F-5 variant had a redesigned engine cowl, new ailerons, a strengthened tail and a water-injection system for the engine, which added 10% to the takeoff performance and increased its armament-carrying capabilities. The F6F-5 was first flown in April 1944, and production continued through November 1945. It was credited with over three-quarters of the US Navy's air-to-air kills in the war.


Engine P&W R-2800-10W Double Wasp 18-cyl radial
Power @ sea level 2,000 HP @ 2,700 RPM
Power @ 22,500 ft 1,650 HP @ 2,700 RPM
War Emergency Power 2,200 HP at 2,700 RPM @sea level
Length 33 ft 7 in
Height 13 ft 1 in
Wing Span 42 ft 10 in
Wing Area 334.0 sq ft
Empty Weight 9,238 lbs
Max Take off (MTO) 15,300 lbs
Max Speed 317 mph @sea level / 380.0 mph @23,700 ft
Stall Speed 91 mph IAS at 13,797 lbs
Maximum Range 1,130 mi. / 1,650 mi w/ drop tanks
Service Ceiling 37,300 ft
Initial Climb 2,980 fpm @ sea level

P-61 Black Widow

The Night Fighter

For World War II, only one US plane was specifically designed to fight during the dark of night - the P-61B Black Widow. It proved to be successful against both the German Luftwaffe and the Imperial Japanese.

To quote the U.S. Army Air Corps, the need was for an aircraft that could accomplish: "the interception and destruction of hostile aircraft in flight during periods of darkness or under conditions of poor visibility". The Northrup Corp. dutifully responded with this powerful twin with very long endurance (8 hours of duty) to locate and destroy enemy aircraft.

Includes 2 liveries, Moon Light Serenade and Swing Shift Skipper

Catalina Platinum

The PBY Catalina has a long history of service to the military, mostly with the US Navy. During World War II, the PBY was often equipped with bombs, torpedoes, depth charges and machine guns and used as for anti-submarine warfare, reconnaisance, search and rescue and supply transport..

The PBY-5 entered production in 1940 with high power engines that made the aircraft suitable for reliable, long-range flight. The Catalina also served the military of allies including Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Sweden. Following the war, many were converted to aerial firefighters.

As you can see, Dave Eckert and Warwick Carter have created a superb PBY-5A model in high detail with Ken Mitchell doing the instrumentation. Renowned artist Garry Smith has painstakenly delivered the PBY's liveries. And sound expert Aaron Swindle has produced a new, authentic sound set for the Cat.

This superb PBY-5A Catalina has four colorful liveries and a paint kit for those who want to addtheir favorites. We invite you to take the Catalina out for a free test flight to enjoy the view in this classic aircraft from a bygone era.


  • Manufacturer Consolidated Aircraft
  • Crew 9
  • Wing Span 104 ft 0 in
  • Length 63 ft 10 in'
  • Height 20 ft 2 in
  • Max takeoff weight 35,420 lb
  • Engine 2 x PW R-1830-92 Twin Wasp radial
  • Power 1,200 hp/engine
  • Max Cruise 196 mph
  • Normal Cruise 125 mph
  • Ceiling 15,800 ft
  • Rate of Climb 1,000 ft/min

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