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Should there be a HUD?


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There is no HUD in the Cy-25A, only a gun sight.

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What information are you looking for? If you bought the SU-25 as a seperate module, you should be able to find the manual in;

/dcs world/mods/aircraft/su-25/doc

if its a part of FC3;

/dcs world/mods/aircraft/flaming cliffs/doc

 

you can also have a look in the SU-25T manual as many of the steam gauges are similar.

/dcs world/mods/aircraft/su-25T/doc

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I do have the manual, but I find I get on better with tutorials. The manual is a bit "cold speak", and I sometimes find it difficult to comprehend some of the more technical aspects of the plane's systems. Psyrixx has done some excellent tutorials based on the SU25T, but HUD usage play quite a big role in those. Without the use of a HUD I need to be able to both navigate, and fight using instruments. It doesn't help that the instruments are marked in russian either, lol :)

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Su-25 Introduction (Part 1)

 

 

Su-25 Introduction (Part 2)

 

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And Ironhand's tutorials are excelent:

 

http://flankertraining.com/ironhand/flightbasics.htm

 

VIDEO :: The ADI and HSI: NAVIGATION IN THE STEAM GAUGE WORLD

 

VIDEO :: Steam Gauge Navigation: ILS (Instrument Landing System)

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Su-25 Introduction (Part 1)

 

 

Su-25 Introduction (Part 2)

 

 

Hi. Thanks for the links, but I've tried the official videos before. I can't hear a word that is being said over the engine noise, so can't really derive much information from them. Much appreciated though :)

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