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Adamastor

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About Adamastor

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  • Birthday 09/14/1967

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  • Flight Simulators
    DCS 2.5
  • Location
    Portugal
  • Interests
    Fly and dive ... and something in the middle

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  1. Same here. This time I was sure I wasn't in negative G in a 35/45° dive, roll, and only 1 engine shut down. I agree with @Yurgon hi speed and throttle combination has some effect in this situation and also like @Emmysays, much more frequent now since last update.
  2. I saw the F117 "dance" from the cockpit ... is so cool I will let them stay for entretaining purposes Well, I always do cold start .... I like the sound from the APU .... I wonder if ..... Any way, thanks a lot for all your interest and help. Like I say above. Have learned something new with this situation, I always roll inverted now and understand a bit more about A10 procedures in flight. Cheers
  3. Sorry late response. Here it is a link for the file in one drive (it is bigger than 5MB). If possible i would like to have the feedback. Thanks https://1drv.ms/u/s!AqMUXpPB-zX6go0y84KvBw98PBrrBQ?e=j6rg7o
  4. That is good learning. Thanks a lot. I fly exclusively A10 for 3 years and never had the "pain" of flying russian aircrafts. That's why I stay on only 1, always learning something. Cheers.
  5. Thanks. I can send you the Tackview file if it help's. Honestly, I'm temped to believe it was something wrong I did. When I realise I was almost depassing the target I pulled hard the stick and had that feeling ... "I shouln't be doing this" ... Just had a look again in Tackview, and realise that in the beginning of the dive I was in negative G's for a few seconds (around 5).
  6. Gentleman, thanks a lot for your thoughts. I see here some good experienced pilots. I go for the negative G's probability. Yesterday I tried to replicate the situation over, and over, and no joy, my A10 was still strong as a Hog and no engine shut down. As I say above, I could restart them, but as consequence of the dive i was low and surrounded by mountains, so I had to eject. I thing I got in Tackview the exact moment the engines shut down, and in telemetry it says -0 G ... in movement is compreensible I did some wing shake (was my 1st reaction). Also noted the angle wasn
  7. During a dive attack at a very sharp angle (50/60), the aircraft shut down completely. I still managed to get an engine running, but in the middle of the Caucasus mountains it was impossible to recover. Does anyone know what can it be? I recognize that what I did is not supposed to happen in RL, but as I had altitude and a good position for a target, I decided to go ahead. My initial altitude was 20000 feet and the target was around 5000 feet. Could it be due to being at high altitude, the rarefied air causing the engines to collapse?
  8. A-10C pilots recruit 09-18-2020, 03:57 PM A10-C pilots Wildcats Vfs is recruiting A-10C pilots for the 25th FS Draggins Squad. We are a European based squad. Flights usually are at 1900Z. All skills welcome. Although Wilcats is a group with some time in the DCS community, the 25th was formed recently. For this reason, we need skill pilots as much as we have the capacity to train new pilots who are interested in the A-10C. Our trainings and missions try to integrate all the airframes we support within the same mission objectives according with the role they are designed to pl
  9. A10-C pilots Wildcats Vfs is recruiting A-10C pilots for the 25th FS Draggins Squad. We are a European based squad. Flights usually are at 1800Z. All skills welcome. Although Wilcats is a group with some time in the DCS community, the 25th was formed recently. For this reason, we need skill pilots as much as we have the capacity to train new pilots who are interested in the A-10C. Our trainings and missions try to integrate all the airframes we support within the same mission objectives according with the role they are designed to play. In A-10C case we try to develop CAS miss
  10. Thank you Gent's I think I have another study case in hands. If is for realism, is great!!! :)
  11. Thank you Frederf. True is that in early versions I didn't had that issue, now all my training missions are different. I even went to A10 BTQ missions and confirm that. There is a "window" for level turns and i was getting the annoying "Terminate, Terminate ... you are above .... " And if I set QNH to "trick" altimeter it worked. As I say, before I had't any issue, only a Q- on BTQ :)
  12. Hi all. I notice that the altitude (in meters translated into feet) has a deviation of about 200 feet down. That is, if I make a trigger on the ME for a certain altitude, for example at 10000ft at 9800ft it triggers. If I make a correction in the QNH to 30.13 (and in the mission I use 29.92 default) I get the correct altitude on the altimeter (I guess is fake, but does the job) Could I be misunderstanding or is it a bug? I tested only on the A-10C.
  13. Thank you for the tip Shadow. I just asigned the "q" instead of "A" and work like a charm. Cheers
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