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  1. do you ever calculated turn rate of Bf 109 F-2? because it's also looks strange
  2. i want to compare Minengeschoss (M-G), which we already have, with german HEI (which have ballistics, weight etc like german API, and filling like soviet HEI = probably, just mix of code of german API and soviet HEI) i.e. current ammobelt "API + M-G + M-G" with "API + HEI + HEI", plus want to try historical ammo belts "API + HEI + HEI + M-G + M-G" and "API + M-G" / "API + HEI"
  3. if it is possible, can anyone make german 20-mm "Brandsprenggranatpatrone" - i.e. just combine german AP and soviet HEI? plus standard ammobelts "API + HEI + HEI + M-G + M-G" and "API + HEI or M-G"?
  4. well, apart of performance of some Bf 109s, limit of fosazh for La-5FN etc, for example, performance of Yak-7B s36 is very close to what i know about modernized Yak-7Bs...
  5. in total, Fw 190 A-5 with C3 injection will be interesting, moreover, it is will be just analogue of LaGG-3 with 23-mm cannon althought, looks like that i prefer Fw 190 A-3 (or A-4) with "kiemenklappen" and "ETC 501 + C3 injection"
  6. i'm also was wonder about correct time limit of forsazh, and at this moment i can state that... in soviet engines handbook (just "1943") - 10 minutes, really but in technical description of La-5FN ("signed in print 9.XI.43") - 5 minutes (now i don't have instruction for technician ("approved 10 august 1943"), but if i not mistaken, there is also 5 minutes) in pilot's manual ("ASH-82"* + "approved 13 july 1943" + "second edition, 1944" + "signed in print 15.7.44") - 5 minutes and in pilot's manual ("M-82"* + "approved 21 april 1944") - something like corrected number, i.e. "1" + "0" instead of "5" *M-82 = ASH-82 since 1 april 1944 so, maybe, correct time limit for La-5FN s2 is exactly 5 minutes but i can't remember any other documents at this moment, so, it is just version
  7. well, personally i expected "ideal early La-5FN" with +/- 580 kph at sl and , for example, here is why i thought so - "12 ноября 1943 Нач. ЛИИ А.В.Чесалов с письмом N 676с направил Зам. НКАП П.В.Дементьеву отчет о работах ЛИИ в октябре 1943: По самолету Ла-5 1. Контрольные испытания серийных Ла-5 1. Проведены летные испытания Ла-5ФН N 39210531 и 39210540 производства завода 21 октябрьского выпуска: Получены данные: 531 540 Макс. скорость у земли на режиме пов. боевой мощности 572 570 Макс. скорость на 2 гр. Высотности 625 636 Время набора 5000 м 5.3 5.3 Основные дефекты: ухудшение герметизации капота и фюзеляжа, костыльное колесо в полете выпадает после уборки, плохая работа свечей ВГ-12. ЛИИ совместно с ГК занимаются выяснением причин ухудшения ЛД с целью восстановления максимальных скоростей."
  8. oh, i forgot about it.... but they were tested at 270 kph and G-6 was better
  9. comparision of climb rates and turn times of Bf 109 G's in 3.001 shows strange thing - i.e. G-4 and G-6 have same/almost same climb rate at all altitudes, although, difference between these types is 10+ kph and 76 kg plus G-6 have same/better turn rate than G-2, althought, difference between these types is 25+ kph and 106 kg
  10. La-5FN is interesting and needed, but soviet "bread and water" is lot of modernised La-5 type 37 (or at least La-5F type 39) instead of some number of La-5FN in summer-autumn'43
  11. speed of "Yak-7B 1943" at low-middle altitude is almost same with speed of real Yak-7B s36 - https://forum.il2sturmovik.com/topic/28867-lets-talk-about-yak-7b/?do=findComment&comment=463907 so, speed at >3700 meters also will be very similar PS btw, Leonid Khrushchev, son of Nikita Khrushchev, piloted and MIA 11.3.43 exactly on Yak-7B s36
  12. and during last 1+ year i found not so much useful photos of Bf 109 G in 1942-1943, so, at this moment i only can state that... at first, here is photo of tachometer with 1 (?) minute from "Bf 109 G-5 und G-6 Schusswaffenanlage Bedienungsvorschrift/Wa" (Stand März 1943, Ausgabe April 1943) - http://germancontrolsticks.blogspot.ru/2011/04/messerschmitt-bf-109-g-6.html i.e. just like in "Bf 109 G-2, G-4, G-6 Bedienungsvorschrift-F1" (Stand April 1943, Ausgabe Juni 1943) - http://www.wwiiaircraftperformance.org/me109/BF109_G-2-4-6_Bedienungsvorschrift_June43.pdf and in addition to at least DB 610 A/B with 3 minutes in end of 1943 - http://forum.il2sturmovik.com/topic/33381-db-605a-1-142-ata-wep-duration/page-2?do=findComment&comment=556262 here is photo of Bf 109 G-6 from "Aero Detail 5 Messerschmitt Bf 109G" (p. 64) - https://forum.il2sturmovik.ru/uploads/monthly_02_2016/post-17024-0-60934900-1454571925.png which dated "1943" here - http://www.bild.bundesarchiv.de/dev06/barchpic/2010/07-13/15/c8/eb/athene-5v9sbn7e8ko1hdwm133t_layout.jpg plus - 1) in "Aero Journal Horse-Serie №1" on p. 62 was posted photo from "Bf 109 G-5 Teil 8 D Sonderwaffenanlage Heft 1: 21 cm BR" (may/july 1944) with 5 (?) minutes of 2800 rpm (see below or in journal) 2) one of swiss Bf 109 G-6's from "Squadron-Signal 5543 - Walk Around 43 - Messerschmitt Bf 109G" - https://html1-f.scribdassets.com/13s7a5voow4rugx9/images/35-fd8b53c052.jpg 3) Bf 109 G-6/R3 of Elias Kuehlein - https://forum.il2sturmovik.ru/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_rel_module=post&attach_id=1868 + https://me109.info/web.php?lang=de&auth=e&name=ueberlebende-ausgabe&flugzeug=433 4) tachometer FL 20286, which was "Transferred from the U.S. Air Force" - https://airandspace.si.edu/collection-objects/tachometer-german-fl-20286-1 5) description of Bf 109 G-14 of Jakob Vogel - http://109lair.hobbyvista.com/articles/airframes/413601/413601_report.htm
  13. well, i asked about these books, just because there is must be lot of photos, like this photo of Bf 109 F-4 of Walther Hagenah - http://forum.il2sturmovik.ru/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-36-0-47016400-1369558233.jpg + https://me109.info/display.php?from=site&lang=de&auth=e&name=suchen&fotonummer=6089 plus another F-4 from same book (bottom left) - http://forum.il2sturmovik.ru/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-36-0-10772000-1369395384.jpg (meanwhile, it is F-2? - http://forum.il2sturmovik.ru/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-36-0-47113000-1369558234.jpg ) and further i found these photos - Bf 109 F-4 from 6/JG 53 (Comiso 1942) - https://reibert.info/threads/jg53-tuz-pik-jagdgeschwader-53-pik-as.45705/page-6#post-6128680 + http://me109.info/display.php?lang=en&auth=e&name=ergebnis_suche&fotonummer=8903 one of swiss Bf 109 F-4's - http://www.squadron.com/Messerschmitt-Bf-109-In-Action-SC-Squadron-Sig-p/ss10243.htm plus page from "Flugzeug Classic" №3 2011 - https://forum.il2sturmovik.ru/uploads/monthly_10_2015/post-17024-0-50271500-1444865554.jpg and "He 177 А-1 Exerzier-Karte" (April 1943) - http://www.avialogs.com/index.php/en/aircraft/germany/heinkel/he177greif/ldvt2177-a-fi-he-177a-exerzier-karte.html
  14. I-153 was used in all battles, if i not mistaken, i.e. in BOM, BOS and BOK, and it is interesting little fighter-bomber (and just first biplane in game) but we already have similar type, i.e. I-16 type 24/28 and we don't have blue analog plus we don't have blue fighters except Fw 190 A-6 etc so, looks like that if we talks about exactly new fighters, it is must be - IAR or C.200 (or even something finnish) + Hurricane or, for example, Mustang Mk 1
  15. in beginning of 2017 Han said that some (or all) 109s have wrong turn time, and error is ~1-2 seconds - https://forum.il2sturmovik.ru/topic/5412-145-ya-chast-dnevnikov-razrabotchika/page-6?do=findComment&comment=496856 but they want to fix it only together with propeller issue - https://forum.il2sturmovik.ru/topic/5412-145-ya-chast-dnevnikov-razrabotchika/page-6?do=findComment&comment=496862
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