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  1. Interesting. I basically drove a T-34 down a cliff and tried to flip it that way and it didn't work. So it seems there is a difference in traction between roads and offroad. At least something.
  2. You can't even flip the tanks in IL2 when you drive down a slope accelerating to 60kph or more and do a turn. You just make a 360 and that's it...
  3. Since the introduction of the new terrain model, it feels like the tanks do not have enough friction with their tracks. In a straight line, the tanks constantly slip left and right with the tracks on the dirt. I tested it with the Panther and T-34 and Pzkfw IV, so both wide and narrow tracks. In addition to that, you can easily let those tanks drift on the dirt. It just doesn't seem to be right. A T-34 can already start loosing traction of the rear part with 20 kph in a turn (with both tracks of course) If you watch videos of (modern MBTs...), most of them a
  4. Why? It's a "tiny" shell with high velocity against a very heavy object. I doubt it should shake that much.
  5. The one at 0:06 has no smoke emission. Question now is, which one was more common back then when they were in service.
  6. You measure the size of the tank in mils with the use of the gunsight or binoculars (The size of the gunsight markings is also shown in Post#1), compare the size in mils with the range number on the table, dial in the range in your gunsight and fire. (He also wrote how to use the table)
  7. Which tank are you talking about? Only some tanks have this feature.
  8. When you are in the tank, press "ESC" and then click on "station notes" and that should be it.
  9. No, not on ground. Bad guys sound just like good guys. In air, probably. But until you hear them, it's most likely already too late.
  10. Okay, thanks. You got any tips for a workaround for this warping by any chance?
  11. @ICDP When you look with top down view onto the model (and take the antenna as a reference), you can see the fuel sticker being exactly centered (pic 1) But now when you look at the place in the template and overlay the wireframe, you can see it is acutally offset (pic2) Also, what you paint as a straight line in the template on the side of the fuselage (below cockpit) turns out as a wobbly line on the skin
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