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grafspee

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  • Birthday 09/08/1987

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    Poland
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    Planes,engines,ww2

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  1. Btw di anyone notice that spitfire at max power setting is super quiet ??
  2. I assumed that horizontal trim setting is neutral trim, then what ever this trim is called i use this. Then i don't need to push stick to avoid stalling while taking off. Even taking off with max boost.
  3. Different prop, different exhaust stacks. Anyway, this high pitch remind me supercharger whine from bf-109
  4. I've never seen someone posting in that way, "After take off in Bf-109, when my speed increase rpm of the engine goes up beyond red line then my engine dies, what am i doing wrong." It is always like that,"everything is in green, i tried everything but engine keeps dying"
  5. I fly most of the time continuous power and in combat i push to military, don't like mw50 in Dora you never know when engine will give up. 30min Combat Power is quite long.
  6. Bf-109 the lightest from all of them, it may feel like no inertia. Another proof that bf109 has inertia is that this plane don't accelerate to max speed in no time in level flight.
  7. I was recalling that i played with this as well in recent past, but it may be dependent on jug version, we have 3 versions iirc.
  8. I wasn't going against japan fighters, i just listed what we already have. I am much more into introducing Japan fighter since F4U is coming already some day, japan fighter would be the best in that case, so another U.S. navy fighter not a good idea.
  9. Cool but against which axis fighter this one should go up against ? K-4 D-9 A-8 ? I would vote for F6F Hellcat this one would fit much better. Captured I-16 is option.
  10. I think that our p-47 has option to interconnect throttle and rpm lever. I think it is good solution for landing as well as dive bombing
  11. It could be that, iirc manual says select main tank before landing. It would require to carefully analyze fuel system in P-47, could be that fuel pumps will not drain fuel from drop tanks at idle speed. If you can replicate this watch fuel pressure gauge, if pressure drops mean that fuel is not fed to fuel system.
  12. As far as i know that P-47 was designed from start to use 100 grade fuel, but as Manual mention, p-47 works just fine with 91 grade which was used in training apparently very often. Just with lower power limits.
  13. Limits for 91 grade I found this part, which was edited by this DCS guide From point 15, Almost copy pasted Unfortunately guide creator mixed all in to one adding some stuff as well. because in no single manual, i can see that author giving this 52" MP by only throttle. I can see only warnings to not exceed 52. Just take flight instruction manual or manual and just read that.
  14. you can get even more, said that earlier. But for take off, could be possible if there would be an airfield located 2km below SL
  15. Set covers down don't do anything, switches will remain in AUTO position, Set covers up will move switches in to AUTO position from what ever position they were.
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