Turning circle like a spitfire
Highspeed response make structural breakup of the wings very prominent despite lack of evidence for such a problem
Available ammocounts are missing aswell and not the standard ammocount for fightersweeps
On the first topic:
Turning Circles FW.190 BMW.801D
41. There is very little difference in turning circles between the two aircraft. If anything a very slight advantage lies with the Tempest.
47. The Tempest is slightly better, the Me.109G being embarrassed by its slots opening near the stall.
28. The Tempest is not quite as good as the Mustang III.
35. The Spitfire XVI easily out-turns the Tempest.
I'd expect it being close to equal with a D-9, yet a temepest in the vertical just runs loops inside the D-9 all day and sustains tighter turns better ingame,
yet it should be easily outaccelerated by those big pedals of a Dora or FW.
swapping planes, I'm flying spitfire @4:25 slotting in, spitfire on tempest @ 7:00 slotting in, tempest on spitfire @ 11:10
As a minor point which may indicate a too high CL (missing PEC?) is that VNEs are unreachable next to a 10km 90° vertical dive and only then at below 2km.
They may have been predicted speeds, I havent spend the time fiinding testflights on it
Ask anybody about the first few fight in the tempest, you can even rip the wings from flying level applying a bit quicker of a stiiickmove, I havent seen refences to wingfailures. It should also handle high speed stalls see point 45(II) https://ww2aircraft.net/forum/attachments/tempestv-pilotnotes-pdf.34006/
We certainly have room for 870 plus the one unkown box not specified in this source other sources indicate that this is bigger than the 145 box