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Old 05-24-2020, 09:47 PM   #1
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Default A 109´s "pilot" needs to thanks by this wonderfull sim and plane.

I flought this plane for ages in many other simulators and they never seemed or feels real like in DCS now.
Yours 109... sounds better, looks better, Seems better, flying better... And its so fun! I never think about that. The wait for new DM show me that this plane and this simulator enjoy me too much for long time and still enjoying!
And now that replays looks to work again...I´m enjoying twice time...Flying somewhere making manouvers and landing on Tarawa,and then watchting the replay...WOW! It feels and looks too good!
Thinking about this...I´m trying to say with my limited english...THANKS soo much ED and all people behind this incredible simulator!


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Old 05-25-2020, 01:46 AM   #2
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ya ive been loving the K4 allot lately and with some of these work in progress damage effects its really cool, and now we have more Gun load outs with tracers for the mk108. She sounds amazing and fly's so good and rewards your great pilotship when you have it lol.
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Old 05-25-2020, 07:05 AM   #3
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you should have flown her a year ago. the newly implemented stick forces at low speeds are ridicoulus! u need to trim the plane to turn... no other warbird reacts so badly to stick input at low speeds.
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Old 05-25-2020, 09:12 AM   #4
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you should have flown her a year ago. the newly implemented stick forces at low speeds are ridicoulus! u need to trim the plane to turn... no other warbird reacts so badly to stick input at low speeds.
I get the general impression that WW2 fighters had rather stiff sticks at higher speeds, but I have a hard time believing it was that bad on the 109... You can barely move the stick at 400 km/h or more.

If the real 109 was like that, with an ultra-stiff stick at higher speeds, then real 109 pilots would have done what we do in the sim--just trim up a bit, and when going fast in a dogfight, just hold the stick forward a bit to stay level like we do.

That way, when you need to turn tight, you have the pitch control available.

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Old 05-25-2020, 09:46 AM   #5
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I get the general impression that WW2 fighter had rather stiff sticks at higher speeds, but I have a hard time believing it was that bad on the 109... You can barely move the stick at 400 km/h or more.

If the real 109 was like that, with an ultra-stiff stick at higher speeds, then real 109 pilots would have done what we do in the sim--just trim up a bit, and when going fast in a dogfight, just hold the stick forward a bit to stay level like we do.

That way, when you need to turn tight, you have the pitch control available.

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I posted stick forces fro fw 190 and bf 109. bf 109 has ludicrous stick forces compare to fw190.
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I get the general impression that WW2 fighter had rather stiff sticks at higher speeds, but I have a hard time believing it was that bad on the 109... You can barely move the stick at 400 km/h or more.

If the real 109 was like that, with an ultra-stiff stick at higher speeds, then real 109 pilots would have done what we do in the sim--just trim up a bit, and when going fast in a dogfight, just hold the stick forward a bit to stay level like we do.

That way, when you need to turn tight, you have the pitch control available.

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i have a hard time believing this aswell, also compared to the other warbirds we have. i have a ffb stick and i really can feel the planes. i wonder if theres any fighter pilot out there talking about this ...


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i have a hard time believing this aswell, also compared to the other warbirds we have. i have a ffb stick and i really can feel the planes. i wonder if theres any fighter pilot out there talking about this ...


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No clue what you folks are talking about but as per sop some are here just to bitch and whine like always. You may want to check your curves and get rid of them as im not experiencing any issue turning high speed or low speed. Maybe the buttkicker helps in feeling it? She fly's great for me. So OP dont listen to the rabble most have not a clue what they talk about and are use to the OTHER So called sim....
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No clue what you folks are talking about but as per sop some are here just to bitch and whine like always. You may want to check your curves and get rid of them as im not experiencing any issue turning high speed or low speed. Maybe the buttkicker helps in feeling it? She fly's great for me. So OP dont listen to the rabble most have not a clue what they talk about and are use to the OTHER So called sim....
Can you show us how many G's are you able to pull/push with your settings?
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Can you show us how many G's are you able to pull/push with your settings?
This is a exercise for you, not me. I can fly the K4 and agree with what Yo-Yo has simulated in dcs. If you cant pull until your unconscious then i do not know what your issue is.
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