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Viggen in Depth - 02 - ARAK Pop-Up Attack


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This is going to sound super stupid..... but how in the hell do you make a new thread on this forum... i can obviously reply/comment to existing threads... but how do you make a new one lol

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Amazing video. But take some downtime, Nick! I thought i was the only one working on NYE ;)

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Awesome work, Nick! :)

 

Each week I get more excited to the Viggen lol

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Every day and every minute counts in adding more polish to the Viggen. We'll have some downtime in February probably. :D

 

Thanks so much for sharing another great Viggen video! The dedication to this beast is evident in the working navigation system!

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This looks like so much fun to fly! :joystick: :thumbup:

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Can't quite figure out how they were aimed, was there a CCIP reticle?

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Every day and every minute counts in adding more polish to the Viggen. We'll have some downtime in February probably. :D

 

Nice video. I hope to be half as good as the demo team. It will be a great addition to the collection. Can't wait for my new SAAB. Does it have snow tires?

Enjoy some down time after the release of that beautiful Aircraft.

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that map :O

 

that map is the old one with Bartheks 7.0 textures i do believe. But could be mistaken either way winter is in season forsure.

 

The Airframe looks great! Also pleasantly surprised the rockets where deadly, nice shooting.


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This is going to sound super stupid..... but how in the hell do you make a new thread on this forum... i can obviously reply/comment to existing threads... but how do you make a new one lol

 

Theres a blue button in the top left labeled "new thread" :lol:

 

Awesome video guys! :D

 

By the way i can't be the only one traying to get my head around the logic of pressing 9 to select waypoint 2?! xD


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By the way i can't be the only one traying to get my head around the logic of pressing 9 to select waypoint 2?! xD

I think 9 = next waypoint or something like that. ;)

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By the way i can't be the only one traying to get my head around the logic of pressing 9 to select waypoint 2?! xD

 

Must be designed by the same guy that made the pitch trim indicator where nose up is down and vice versa. :D

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The whole nav computer and HUD gives a strong vibe of X-Wing's sci-fi systems from ye olde 70s as they appeared on A New Hope :D

 

This thing will be fun to learn indeed!

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Theres a blue button in the top left labeled "new thread" :lol:

 

Awesome video guys! :D

 

By the way i can't be the only one traying to get my head around the logic of pressing 9 to select waypoint 2?! xD

 

 

Nine is the TAKT code used to designate a waypoint as a target point. So pressing 9 and then B2 (brytpunkt 2 = waypoint 2) just tells the system that this is the target :)

 

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Nine is the TAKT code used to designate a waypoint as a target point. So pressing 9 and then B2 (brytpunkt 2 = waypoint 2) just tells the system that this is the target :)

 

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Alright that makes sense, so by that logic i assume by the keypad one the right that ther computer can handle a maximum of 10 waypoints? Or is BX a variable switch?

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Waypoints are limited, but there's different types of waypoints which use seperate memory. M for targets, L for landing , Bx are for special points such as recce areas and RB15 steer points (steer down, turn, target and self destruction)

 

Here you can see a typical RB15 setup (in swedish unfortunately, but bx8 is where the target is supposed to be)

 

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