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AndytotheD

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  1. I remember the Fw 190A-8 originally being slated as an AI asset and then suddenly making an appearance last year as a full module. I’m hoping that the Bf 109G-6 and Typhoon get the same treatment.
  2. I’ll have to test it again, in my case, the needle was stuck at 40 gallons indicated for well over 10 minutes
  3. Nah it’s still there, I was trying to fly the blue nosed bastards of Bodney campaign and my rear tank wasn’t burning.
  4. Before getting into the minutiae I will say that if we had world war 2 aircraft carriers then you’d have some justification. However we don’t, and getting into the minutiae of it, the aircraft had to be specially modified and weighed down. Modifications we don’t have. In addition that’s cool that you’ve seen unmodified carrier planes landing on a world war 2 carrier without a tail hook, but again, you’re trying to land an unmodified Spitfire Lf.IX on a Nimitz Class aircraft carrier. They are not required to be compatible and the devs shouldn’t dedicate time to fixing something that ostensibl
  5. Why should the devs dedicate time to making non-compatible aircraft compatible? This is a non-issue.
  6. I’m going to say it again, the problem y’all are experiencing appears to be a pitot tube blockage. When the pitot tube is blocked, either partially or fully the air that was forced into the system is trapped, and will maintain the pressure it was initially forced in at. The static system will continue to function normally, letting air in and out as you climb or descend. This causes the air speed indicator to act similarly to the altimeter, just without the calibration. As you increase altitude, the jammed pitot tube will increase pressure differential against the static system, showing
  7. Check random system failures and temperatures, that sounds like a pitot static failure, and potentially a block in the pitot ram system itself
  8. I can agree with this, I was at Flying Legends last year and the Thunderbolt wasn't nearly as loud as I expected. That said, G-THUN doesn't have a turbo-charger so maybe I could be mistaken
  9. And as long as you’re not flying above 25,000 (dependent on weather) it shouldn’t be an issue anyway
  10. Interestingly, the close up we get of it shows a standard reflector gunsight with backup, but in the videos of Wags flying we see a K-14, which means we might be getting two different gunsight models.
  11. I believe it to be full sweep. From playing the other game and watching pilot training videos, I know that the turbo could and should be locked with the throttle, with the turbo only being disconnected and operated independently at high altitude. I use an X-55, so I'm personally thinking that I will have the left throttle control boost/turbo, the right prop RPM, and I will use rotary 3 to control mixture (though that might be a position mixture, like on the P-51). To operate the turbo independent, I will use the vertical switch on the front of the left throttle. There's a lot of other
  12. I didn't know it whistled before 2.5.6. The addition of the whistle is really welcome to me, I appreciate the increase in immersion I've gotten out of it.
  13. I only blew the engine when I mishandled the prop pitch, more specifically overboosted the engine at 2700 RPM. Once I realised it wasn't nearly as fragile in higher RPMs, I've given it what for without a failure since.
  14. I think the D-30 has a Curtiss Electric paddle prop; The D-28 was the first with that engine/prop configuration which the D-30 shares, plus dive breaks.
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