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Peq

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  • Birthday 03/06/1980
  1. Peq

    Corsair Hype!

    WW2 carrier ops! This module is gonna be a blast!
  2. Helicopters are not my thing but I'm excited about the Apache!
  3. Apache is a legend. I'd buy it in a heartbeat and I couldn't care less about helicopters. As Mbot said, it's been hinted, but never announced. I like the F-111, but it's not a best seller like the Viper is or the Apache or Mudhen would be IMHO.
  4. Thanks for the replies. Now I understand a bit better. Actually I wasn't referring to the noise, but the "vibration". As grafspee pointed out "any shock wave from exhaust is directed under the wings" but is it that smooth in a real P-47 cockpit? Is that subtle you can't barely notice the "trembling"? Don't get me wrong. I really love DCS P-47. Probably my favourite module along the Tomcat (and Hornet, and Warthog, and... actually I love 'em all)
  5. I have a question about the P-47. I'm not an expert so maybe everything's fine as it is. As you know, when you start the Pony you can feel the bird is "alive": instrument panels are vibrating and you can even notice a subtle trembling in the wingtips from external camera. In the other hand, everything is strangely quiet in the Thunderbolt cockpit when the engine is running. Very little or no noticeable vibration at all. I've never been in a Jug cockpit, so I'm asking from my ignorance of the subject, but is this normal? Is the P-47 that quiet when the Pratt & Whitney R-2800 is ru
  6. Peq

    ETA on template?

    Amazing! You're the man, Warlord. Many many thanks.
  7. I'm speechless. Simply amazing. Thank you ED.
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