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  1. The Messerscmicht looks like it has a fire leak.
  2. Yes, the MSFF is 'THEE' force feedback stick. There is a guy selling some here: It's a few days old so they might be gone. The stick is excellent. Use a powered USB hub or it can cause really weird problems. Of course it doesn't have all the buttons and switches that a Warthog has but flying feels great with it and yes all the buffeting, weapon firing and the like comes through.
  3. Same here till I got a powered USB hub, now it works great, all the time. Get one and plug your MSFFB into it and fly! I had all kinds of problems, throbbing, x2 force, missing force in pitch but not roll, crashes at main screen after missions, all kinds of junk. The USB hub fixed it all.
  4. Feynman was a genius! I finally understand mirrors! We need the B so we can fly a proper Moscow campaign, kinda silly Moscow campaign with no Stukas.
  5. Yeah this has become one hell of a party! The Dr1 scrap ended for me when I pulled my US93rd Bernard SPAD up to hose someone and I got totally hosed myself. I was shot unconscious and when I awoke I was on fire falling right next to Major Hunter, who was also on fire and falling. We both screamed like women all the way down, no chutes uno! What a scene! It's great to see the SCG guys, who are fearless by the way. Good stuff.
  6. I love my Stuka. I want to fly it in a Moscow campaign. I don't care if it's a B or a D or whatever, the Moscow campaign without the Stuka is incomplete. And now that I've moved to Las Vegas, just like Jason, he has to fix it for me.
  7. Pretty amazing Talby, I didn't realize the effect was so extreme. And long lasting.
  8. Sunday's JU52 mission We lost 3 out of 11. Don't straggle!
  9. The Stuka Horizontal Stabilizer had a four position lever to adjust the angle of the entire tailplane. This prevented the pilot from having to use trim to get through all the stages involved in a dive bomb attack. It would be awesome to have in our Stuka. As is we have to do extreme deviations in pitch trim to optimize our performance. It works ok but it's another compromise. And yes I did mix up BoX and CLOD with the Afrika comment, but rather intentionally.
  10. I heard some talk about Afrika. Wouldn't it be sweet to get a B model for that theatre and work it into the BoM Careers too? I want to fly the Stuka in the Moscow Campaign!
  11. It's be neet to have the bomb 'screamers' too, the little miniature organ pipes that made the bombs whistle on the way down. You can see them in the pic attached to the tail fins of some of the bombs. I still love flying the Stuka, just wish it had all these extra cool features.
  12. And the Variable incident tailplane...and starboard elevator trim tab, operates when you open the airbrake and causes the Stuka to angle down. All part of the Auto pull out dive system. Neet stuff but not in game.
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