• SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
  • SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
  • SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
  • SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
  • SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
  • SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
  • SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
  • SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
  • SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
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  • SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
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The BAC Jet Provost is a British jet trainer aircraft that was in use with the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1955 to 1993. It was originally developed by Hunting Percival, and later produced by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC).

This classic British jet trainer is fully animated with tool tips for all animated VC parts. It is fully compatible with P3D V4 and V5, but is not PBR compliant yet. PBR textures will be made available for existing customers in a later upgrade. Textures in V5 will look slightly darker (See screenshots).

The package includes:

  • Fully animated VC with smooth 3D gauges, mouse interaction and tooltips
  • High quality, fully animated 3D models with single or dual pilot configuration
  • Realistic Flight Dynamics made by a real Hunter and T.4 pilot
  • Decca Nav and Com radios are adapted for simulator use
  • Two variants included: XS186 and a T.4 with beacons
  • Three liveries included: grey with dayglo bands and classic red and white (XS186, XM413 & XM461)
  • High Resolution DDS Textures (4096 x 4096) with Normal and Specular texture maps
  • Custom Sound Package from the real XS186
  • Frame rate friendly 3D model ideal for Virtual Reality headsets 
  • PDF manual included

About the XS186
The Jet Provost XS186 was delivered to the RAF on 18th February 1964. She arrived at RAF Manby in Lincolnshire with another Mk4 JP, XS209. They were the first two ‘up-engined’ Mk4 versions of the Jet Provost to arrive at the College of Air Warfare. 

The real XS186 is still in service as a "ground runner. A dedicated crew of volunteers is working hard to keep it's history alive. They really inspired me to make my rendition of the XS186. She now got a permit to roam the virtual skies. The XS186 restoration group have been a great source of material and information, when creating this iconic British jet trainer. Restoring and maintaining old jets is very expensive, and your contribution welcome. You can support the work of the XS186 restoration group here:

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Paul
*Utilisateur produit vérifié*
2021-05-20 16:32:51
Given the string of five star reviews, I was hoping this would be the the kind of affordable classic that Ant's Airplanes produces, but far from it. To give it it's due, the exterior is beautiful, and if you're looking for a fine model of the 50's trainer look no further. But the cockpit is a rather low-poly, flat, blandly textured affair reminiscent of Flysimware models. Which would be fine if the systems were of Flysimware standard but these are only slightly modified default systems and come with all the problems associated with freeware models: ludicrously short battery life, beacon light bleeding through the fuselage into the cockpit to name but two. The flight model's not bad, except for bizarre behavior in the flare: float it, or tailstrike it, or smash it down on the runway, but you sure can't land this thing properly. Still, despite my misgivings I spent an enjoyable few hours throwing the Provost around UK skies and don't resent my 18 euros. If this dev can raise his game he'll be someone to watch.
Joakim
*Utilisateur produit vérifié*
2021-01-05 11:23:18
A beautiful little plane which brings a lot of value for the money. I really enjoy this little jet and it is perfect for VFR flying when one wants more speed than a prop.
David
*Utilisateur produit vérifié*
2020-12-11 13:51:42
Slightly underpowered but stable and unspectacular, the JP is a british classic and this addon captures it perfectly. This addon is going to get plenty of hours under its wings. It is well worth the small price that has been asked for it. There is even a fair attempt to reproduce the somewhat quirky navigation system. The manual is informative and allows you operate this trainer effectively right off the bat.
mark
*Utilisateur produit vérifié*
2020-12-11 13:42:44
Been waiting for JP for ages. Love the feel of this jet in sim. Had gone over to MS2020 but this brought me back to P3D V5 again. Sounds great.Good price as well. Many thanks
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TÉLÉCHARGEMENT DIRECT
FICHIER
815MB
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NOTES
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NECESSITE

Prepar3D v4 or v5 (64-bit)

Free disk space of 815 Mb is required

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SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
Paul
Given the string of five star reviews, I was hoping this would be the the kind of affordable classic that Ant's Airplanes produces, but far from it. To give it it's due, the exterior is beautiful, and if you're looking for a fine model of the 50's trainer look no further. But the cockpit is a rather low-poly, flat, blandly textured affair reminiscent of Flysimware models. Which would be fine if the systems were of Flysimware standard but these are only slightly modified default systems and come with all the problems associated with freeware models: ludicrously short battery life, beacon light bleeding through the fuselage into the cockpit to name but two. The flight model's not bad, except for bizarre behavior in the flare: float it, or tailstrike it, or smash it down on the runway, but you sure can't land this thing properly. Still, despite my misgivings I spent an enjoyable few hours throwing the Provost around UK skies and don't resent my 18 euros. If this dev can raise his game he'll be someone to watch.
SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
Joakim
A beautiful little plane which brings a lot of value for the money. I really enjoy this little jet and it is perfect for VFR flying when one wants more speed than a prop.
SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
David
Slightly underpowered but stable and unspectacular, the JP is a british classic and this addon captures it perfectly. This addon is going to get plenty of hours under its wings. It is well worth the small price that has been asked for it. There is even a fair attempt to reproduce the somewhat quirky navigation system. The manual is informative and allows you operate this trainer effectively right off the bat.
SIM-MECH - JET PROVOST T.4 XS186 P3DV4/V5
mark
Been waiting for JP for ages. Love the feel of this jet in sim. Had gone over to MS2020 but this brought me back to P3D V5 again. Sounds great.Good price as well. Many thanks
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