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    Current Status of TF 5.0 'Tobruk' build

    Can't wait πŸ™‚
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    TFS Developer Update – September 2018

    Hey Buzzaw, 40C and E is excellent as well πŸ™‚ Tomahawk IIA was indeed without pilot armour as well as no firewall behind the engine nor plumbing for an aux. tank and early self sealing tanks and other gun configuration, all the above making it lighter than the 40C. Which you probably already know. Cristopher Shores mentions in his book "Dust clouds in the Middle East" that P-40B's/Tomahawk IIA's were used in the Middle East at least by an OTU, can't remember which one nor where and when. Those IIA's were later transferred to an operationel unit after being used at least 1 time by the OTU in combat. Could have been interesting to have the IIA in the upcoming 5.0 with your guys excellent FM's Cheers Mj
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    TFS Developer Update – September 2018

    So actually both a P-40B and C? Impressive πŸ™‚ Mj
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    Engine rev's destroying motor is historically wrong

    Apparently NOT with the 40
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    Yes 2 spare MS FFB2's πŸ™‚ Same with both planes still pitch up when trimmed nose heavy not as much as when trimmed nose up of course, so trim works alright but I just can't trim these 2 planes to nose down but when almost at stall speed idling. I wonder if it's a problem for MS FFB2 users only, both the red and green light one has the problem here. Upgraded my PC a couple months ago, had the problem on the former PC as well as the one before that. Now where we are at it, the 110 is unflyable to me as it is extremely wobbly over the 3 PC's as well. Went through curvs and alll of course. This is where to 40 settles when trimmed nose heavy and stick is centered:
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    Yep gents, numbers are changing alright, both planes trimmed nose heavy all the way.
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    Any idea, why no matter how fast or slow I go in the 40 or the 190 trimmed nose heavy they pitch up? Been there since day one with my MS FFB2. Attitude should change with speed shouldn't it?
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    The Allison of the 40

    Come on please do something, please.
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    Engine Settings (Manifold Pressure) in Bodenplatte

    He might relate to the facts of the Allison of the 40, not many rumours there.
  10. Experts/tester say though that: If it's not in the list, then it wasn't changed. Not very hard to figure that out. I do agree with you Kornezov but I am no tester :-)
  11. Guess you are a tester huh?
  12. And the Allison of the 40?
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    Yak 1 B in BOS

    But the flaps, the 109 can't do that but the Yak. Nor can the 109 run with the radiator closed, and gain excess speed, nearly as long as the Yak, in game that is.
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    Yak vs 109

    And then they spray and pray and succeed :-)
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    Who is going to buy and fly the G-6?

    I will and all the other planes I don't have yet when they fix the Allison and I get my faith back.