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  1. Oh really ? I don't remember having seen anyone crying for an "fineness ratio" update based on unreliable data (proven on FM section). Do you ? Seems like lying is seen positively when it goes in the way of FM defenders mafia.
  2. What better for a clueless pilot to take a sentence from a well known and respected test pilot (RIP Brown), without thinking of an eventual context, to excuse its uselessness and his gladly lack of experience in aerial combat ? I hope that some will feel targeted.
  3. http://forum.il2sturmovik.com/topic/21732-whats-your-opinion-new-fw-fm/page-21?do=findComment&comment=376281 And this guy is also contradicting himself ?
  4. Hannig, who converted from Bf 109G to Fw 190A-4: "Since February the pilots of I and II Gruppen [JG 54 1943] had been rotating back to the homeland in small batches for conversion on to the Fw190A. The ˜Forke', or ˜Pitchfork', as we christened it, was a much more robust bruiser of a fighter than the Me 109G. It was powered by a 1,700 hp BMW radial engine and... The Fw 190's performance and flying characteristics were equally impressive. In a dive it could exceed 700 km/h. It was highly responsive around all axis, could be reefed into a tight turn, and gave its pilot ample warning of a stall by sharp, jerky aileron movements. If these were ignored, the machine would automatically go into a flick half roll, losing height and turning through 180 degree in less time than it takes to describe here. This manoeuvre was virtually impossible for another pilot to follow. If you were in a dogfight, and had sufficient altitude, it was a sure way of getting an opponent off your tail. This 'built-in' escape tactic was the saving of many Forke pilot who found himself in extremis. This conversion course took place at Heilingenbeil airfield in East Prussia, where the new fighters were delivered direct from a nearby factory. The Geschwader kept a rear party based at the field, who were responsible for conducting the conversion training." Propaganda of course. Hannig again, flying his Fw 190A-6 in June 1944: "As we broke through above them we became aware of condensation trails lancing down towards us. In bunches of four, these could only be the bombers' top cover fighter escorts. Within seconds I had four, then eight, and finally twelve Mustangs sitting on my tail. But while I was flying close above the stream they were unable to open fire on me for fear of hitting their own bombers. This dubious sanctuary did not last long. The high combined closing speed which had protected us during our frontal assault on the bombers now worked against me and I soon found myself hurtling past the last squadron in the formation and out into clear sky beyond. I immediately began to yo-yo; turning steeply, diving and climbing, climbing and diving. My pursuers didn't seem to know what to make of my Russian front aerobatics. They clung on grimly behind me, but couldn't hold me in their sights long enough to get in an effective burst. I spied a welcome bank of cumulus ahead of me and slightly below. After three more complete circles I was directly above one of the larger clouds. I yanked the stick to the left back into my belly and trod hard on the full right rudder. My machine spun down into the cloud. In my temporary haven I let go of the controls. The trusty Forke at once righted itself and I shot out from the bottom of the cloud into sunlight again. Where were the Mustangs? I looked up and saw them circling the cloud-top above me. I put my nose down and got out of there fast." Wait what ? Russian front aerobatics ?? I thought this plane was a pure BnZer, incapable to dogfight (because dogfight means "slow speed turnfight" in some minds *cough* Custard *cough* Klaus *cough*)... So many examples, even posted on the forum, like the dogfight between Mayer in his Fw 190A-3 against this Bf 109G pilots, which ended with no winner. But NOPE !! Brown said "BnZ" so it has to be.
  5. Got nothing to say so you ask me about my reasons to be here ? Why ? Now that your bad attempt at disinformation failed, you get bored ? Go away. Continues spamming the report button then. inb4 banned for attacking the uncultivated FM blind defenders.
  6. http://forum.il2sturmovik.com/topic/7-questions-developers/?p=289197
  7. Perhaps developers reject these reports because they like how the plane behaves ingame in its current state ? Excuse me but, when you can see Han saying "+1 i agree with you at 100%" when someone says "Fw 190 was a ground attacker on eastern front for a reason xd" (pretending, bad fighter), you can only ask you some questions...
  8. You know what's funny ? I ignored all your copy/past Google posts (FM is right, see what Brown said !!!!) until you, kid, decided to quote me. I don't accept that a clown like you, who proved in the past and still shows today, that he ignores everything about this plane (hurr durr vertical fighting !! full BnZ plane !), comes and tries to teach me something about this plane and especially when he's wrong at 200%. And no, copy/pasting Brown words do not make you any better nor increase your knowledge in air-combat, sadly for you. My God, how can i still waste my time by talking to this hair brush... BTW i never claimed to be an expert, but perhaps that you see things like that because you're the complete opposite of an expert ?
  9. Ok stop now, you're not funny. When someone post arguments, while the other clown answers with xxxx and tries to be funny (only in his head), the last guy of the two is called a troll. Go away, cancer Wehraboo. "My first opportunity to fly the Focke-Wulf did not arise until 4 February 1944, the actual aircraft being the previously-mentioned Fw 190A-4/U8 PE882." -Eric Brown Well known that Brown was fighting Fw 190s in 1942. No, in fact you're just copy/pasting his words, without understanding 1% of the contexte, "look look Brown said the plane stalled harshly !! the FM is fine !!!! xdd". Oh, since you're talking about "horizontal plane", let me tell you that you don't even know what it means. No one doubt that in your minds, this term only means "turnfight lolilolz". You showed several times on the forum, you and generally, guys from 6./ZG26, that you have 0 experience in air-combat, none. "BnZ & Turnfight lol", that's all you know. Don't force me to quote your posts from this famous thread that dates from 1 year ago, or i'll die from laughing. Talking about Osprey books when the only thing you did was to write "FW 190 STALL HARSH LOL" on Google and copy/paste here everything you find, with only purpose to defend the current FM ? Always this famous "argument" from people like you who know nothing. "fw 190 was better than 109 because lighter controls Xdd" --> Just stop talking about things you don't know, return to 9000m, keep BnZ Yaks, and stop ridiculing yourself here. 7. Comments containing profanity, personal insults, accusations of cheating, excessive rudeness, vulgarity, drug propaganda, political and religious discussion and propaganda, all manifestations of Nazism and racist statements, calls to overthrow governments by force, inciting ethnic hatred, humiliation of persons of a particular gender, sexual orientation or religion are not allowed and will result in a ban.
  10. c bi1 Did it ever crossed your mind, that Fw 190 tactics, during the war, on the West, changed with time, because the plane became heavy and not as good (at dogfighting) against Spitfires than what it was when it came ? E-V-E-R..? And wow, magie magie ! It looks totally legit that Fw 190 pilots, in 44-45, preferred to stick to hit & run tactics when possible, and dive away when in trouble ? Does it has anything to do with our BoS case, a 1942 light Fw 190A-3, which has perfect dogfighting capabilities (not for you i understood since a long time, you don't know what dogfighting is anyway, you said it yourself). You can do better. Maybe next time. EDIT: Tactics changes not only because of the plane capabilities, but also because of pilot's experiences... You know my dear, Fw 190 pilots in 44-45, were not the same as those who fought during 42-43. 7. Comments containing profanity, personal insults, accusations of cheating, excessive rudeness, vulgarity, drug propaganda, political and religious discussion and propaganda, all manifestations of Nazism and racist statements, calls to overthrow governments by force, inciting ethnic hatred, humiliation of persons of a particular gender, sexual orientation or religion are not allowed and will result in a ban.
  11. Not really. In fact all Fw 190 fighter variants had to return to Western front around the end of 1943, with some exceptions, because they needed their best fighters there, you know. From this date, Fw 190s that were doing JaBo, were JaBo variants (F/G), mostly flown, as i said, by ex-Stuka pilots with no air-combat experience. Oh, BTW, take a look at my signature, it's about Eastern front, you know. Oh Bohooo.
  12. Easy to say when the vast majority of reports come from late war pilots who only have seen JaBo Fw 190s flown by ex-Stuka pilots. It's small from you, small... not surprising though. "FW 190, generalized the experience of its pilots drawn up in January 1943, the report of the intelligence of the 13th air, "prefer to maneuver horizontally - they are more maneuverable and stable in flight than the Messerschmitt." Funny how things change when Fw 190s are not flew by Stuka pilots, no ? Stay in your [Edited] dreams. "Russians respected the 109 lololololz"... maybe because fighter variants of Fw 190s have not exceeded the number of 195 planes, which was the peak btw, in mid-43 ? 7. Comments containing profanity, personal insults, accusations of cheating, excessive rudeness, vulgarity, drug propaganda, political and religious discussion and propaganda, all manifestations of Nazism and racist statements, calls to overthrow governments by force, inciting ethnic hatred, humiliation of persons of a particular gender, sexual orientation or religion are not allowed and will result in a ban.
  13. http://forum.il2sturmovik.com/topic/25292-american-fighter-ace-engineer-kit-carson-criticizes-bf109eg/ Good read, my dear Wehraboo. 7. Comments containing profanity, personal insults, accusations of cheating, excessive rudeness, vulgarity, drug propaganda, political and religious discussion and propaganda, all manifestations of Nazism and racist statements, calls to overthrow governments by force, inciting ethnic hatred, humiliation of persons of a particular gender, sexual orientation or religion are not allowed and will result in a ban.
  14. Han answering JtD, who's asking why does Yak-1 has a higher CLmax than Fw 190A-3 ingame... It's a good question While I'm not An.Petrovich - I can't do a supposition why it is. But it is - we have wind tunnel test reports for these planes and they confirming that we have correct aerodynamic coeficients for these planes. German tube tests for Fw190 shows 1.17 without airscrew affecting ("Messungen an einer Fw 190 im grossen Windkanal von Chalais Meudon bei Paris", Focke-Wulf Bericht Nr.06006, 1943.) Soviet technical desription of 1941 for Yak1 shows 1.33 without airscrew affecting
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