Lionheart Creations Proton Bullette

Compatibility: Flight Simulator X, FSX: Steam Edition, P3D v3, P3D v2, P3D v1
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Introducing the exciting, classic Proton Bullette, the single-seat trainer of the 1930s and 40s. The Bullette was a mix of the best of Germany's aircraft era, sporting a fuselage that was quite similar to the Bucker Jungman with its bowed down engine cowling which allowed pilots to see over the cowling much better. The wings were similar to Junkers' swept-back wing design and propulsion was the inverted 245HP V-8 by the Argus engine company. The front cowling sported the famous scoop shape that was made famous by the Messerschmitt Me 108 and the Fieseler Storch. Lastly, the B-37 model - the first model that went into production - featured flamboyant, full fairing landing gear designs that gave the Bullette a very stylish 1930s appearance. 

The Bullette's cockpit was very tight, which would allow only so much room for instrumentation. Some instruments were placed along the sides of the interior. The aircraft also featured a very small set of wings that were a mere 4.87m/16ft in span, making landings faster then your normal aircraft of that era.  With all that, you had what could be summed up as a Messerschmitt Bf 109 and a Piper Cub mixed into one, or perhaps a Bucker/Junkers collaboration to make a 1930s mini air-racer.

  • Two model ranges: B-37 Fixed Gear and B-40 Retractable Gear models. B-37 has both Cantilever and Strut versions. The Cantilever design came about in 1940.
  • Two canopy variants: The B-40 has two canopy versions: open cockpit and a full canopy. Full canopy came much later and only 30% of production planes were fitted with full canopy assemblies.
  • 15 paint scheme theme packages per plane. These include variations of panel and interior paint themes including spun metal.
  • Male/female pilot option - clicking the bottom rear circuit breaker switches from male to female pilot.
  • Retracting steps - the sleek Bullette features a retracting foot pad and step pylon that are linked into the raising canopy assembly.
  • Split flaps - the flap assemblies were made of spruce wood with lattice ribbing for thin construction; very light weight as well. These open below the wing, with the top being solid and non-hinged. Thus the flaps act also like speed brakes. Full flaps will slow the Bullette down moderately, even in a steep dive.
  • Custom nav light assemblies - these are unique, aerodynamic, dome-shaped colour discs mounted under the upward curved wingtips. They were glass on the original planes.
  • Argus As-10 engine - this features a very smooth engine soundpack that replicates a V-8 engine that has a very low growl through the tuned dual belly-mounted wide exhaust pipes. The Argus is an inverted V-8, totally air-cooled. These were also fitted in the Fieseler Storch aircraft.
  • Autopilot - for those sim pilots who appreciate autopilot, we have that fitted to our Bullettes. Read-outs of the AP modes are indicated on the HSI instrument.
  • Dual Metric or SAE read-outs for vertical speed indicator (VSI) and altimeter instruments. The airspeed indicator registers both km/h and knots. Clicking on the top area of the VSI and altimeter switches from metric to nautical read-out faces.

System Requirements:


  • Flight Simulator X, FSX: Steam Edition or Prepar3D v1/v2/v3
  • Intel i5 3.2GHz or similar
  • 4GB RAM
  • 1GB graphics card
  • Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Lionheart Creations Proton Bullette Lionheart Creations' classic Proton Bullette pre-war trainer package includes the fixed-gear B-37 model in both cantilever and strut versions and also the retractable-gear B-40 in open canopy and full canopy variants.

There are 15 paint schemes per plane, including interior themes and panel variations, and features include autopilot, male/female pilot option, retracting steps and read-out options for altimeter and VSI.

Download size: 973MB (learn about downloads)

$19.99
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Earn 65 points with this purchase