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  1. I bet it will come out soooooon,with 29.99usd price and half a year's waiting.
  2. I would prefer to see this topic on steam but not here. coz this post will soon get disapeared.
  3. It is a pity we don't have radars in game. somebody said russians don't have radars.at least in battle of Moscow,Ussr set them up near Moscow to defend invasion. as to germany,radars became their weapon.refering to steinhoff's "straits of Messina",they lost technical advantage after he got transfered to Mediterranean. read the reschke 's book above.it's deadly usefula Why reject radars? I don't get it.
  4. Me either,still a bunch of props all over map while playing online. where's the Air Marshal mode?
  5. Any body could explain why the samething didn't happen to PE-2?
  6. well said. but i still could not figure out how a man could instantly pick out so many merits for a game without making a live with it, For me ,whenever i am starring at the voltmeter of my P40 in game, I am always doubting if the battery was hit or not. That voltmeter was always showing "zero" .... How could the hamilton electric driven pitch controller do its work when there is no power???
  7. For plane nerds they are somehow enough.but not for all. You must have collected these updates info for some reason.
  8. As other planes? to my understanding , a plane with traditional undergear like bf109,people always touch down with front gear first or all the gears at the same time the best. With a tricycle gear like p39,maingears the first then nose gear will be preferable. how come they are the similar thing? i do believe ,as the manual said ,pilot don't have to "down" the nosegear intentionally--that doesn't mean put the stick in neutral position.but to hold the landing AoA pitch until the nose down it self,the counter sequence of taking off. at last planes differs from each other. Especially a plane with tricycle gear and body engine. Thx for viewing.
  9. @[CPT]HawkeyeP thx for sharing , in the tutorial vid, taillow landing or taildragger is the main way to differ p39 veteran or newbie.so i feel its real important to learn if you love the plane. also it's a demostration of BoK aerodynamic. In the tutorial vid, taillow landing or taildragger is one way to distingwish veteran from newbie ,also the landing part of P39L MANUAL below did emphasize that you have to maintain the same AoA after touching down until the nose let down itself,it's like taking off.
  10. @Eicio this landing way was introduced by a usaaf movie" Introduction to the Bell P-39 Airacobra Fighter (1942)",you may search it through youtube. the way it introduced was called "tail low landing" which in the last part. the ship will land without its nose gear touching on the ground, but two points landing with its aft wheel, by the moment the P39 will still moving foward for a while and the ship will decelerate quickly . I couldn't finish this landing in BoK thanks for viewing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sf9mfAnkUxE
  11. Great ,but i can't view this vid through current network some thing to do with AoA when land?,i seriously suspect.
  12. As shown in the real world turorial movie,i tried this kinda landing at least 20 times,following up steps carefully. But in IL2:BOK each time the nose wheel was forced to touch the ground no matter hlow i pull up the stick? Any one have any idea how it will be performed?
  13. no doubt there is one or more alpha testers above.
  14. P40 should not like that because players dunno how to play it. 1.they tend to fly p40 at low altitude so it's diving performance was seriously limited. 2. At high altitude ,the game's graphic engine will blend in faraway enemy,and have speed blur,means the faster you are the more little chance you will see enemy down below. 3.in history kittyhwaks always attack in huge numbers.this can't be seen in most ol servers.
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