Some thoughts: If it's working in FS98, just copy the F4U file from your FS98
Aircraft file to the CFS Aircraft file directly and copy all the appropriate
gauges to the CFS gauges file. Assuming you probably did that already...
-- look for the aircraft alphabetically as "Corsair..." (At first I couldn't
find mine because I was looking for "F4U").
-- be sure you didn't originally load it as a sub file rather than a file
under Aircraft (That's the mistake I originally made -- it was listed as
C:\FS98\Aircraft\Corsair\F4U5nlr... instead of C:\FS98\Aircraft\F4U5nlr..)
It flies just great, by the way. You'll love it. If all this is too
elementary, I apologize. -- Cloudy --
Also, I just discovered that the CFS Aircraft lists planes in an alphabetical
order that puts Capital letters ahead of lower case -- example:
Capital Airlines DC3
Cessna 170B etc -- Cloudy --