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В 08.04.2018 в 23:27, JtD сказал:

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It is curious what would happen if Bf-109 will use WEP? :huh:

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6 hours ago, JtD said:

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I'm testing FW190 a few days on BERLOGA server.. and I can confirm that FW is very good !!! Now I have a chance against La5... with a little luck :salute:

 

PS: I have a new Joy T-50 - so...I'm testing the FW and joystick at the same time...

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15 hours ago, StG2_Manfred said:

 

What a BS post!

 

I invite you! You can have this uber 190, the best turn, roll, speed, firepower and durability plane as you call it and I take this mediocre Yak, ok. Should not be a problem for you to shoot me down.

 

Do we have a deal? :biggrin:

 

And what would that prove, only that im better or worst 1v1 player then you, its clear from data that yak can outturn fw190 in 1 on 1 

if you didnt get that trigered imidiatly you could see that i say its best at thouse things out of all axis airplanes :biggrin:

funny how its tabo to point out some more then useal abilitys of axis airplanes but its all ok to do so for russian ones  

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The P40s elevators are not effective at high speed in game, I recommend you try it, I fly it often as well as 109s and the 109s are right there with it. 

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16 hours ago, Venturi said:

The P40s elevators are not effective at high speed in game, I recommend you try it, I fly it often as well as 109s and the 109s are right there with it. 

 

Ok, I'd expect it to behave akin to the P-39 in that respect, more responsive than the 109 at high speed but worse at low speeds that is. 

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As can be found for instance on wiki:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lift_coefficient

 

For Lift I used standard weight times g load as held in my sustained turn, density 1.225 (sea level atmosphere) and speed as given in the table.

 

Please note - this is not the maximum lift coefficient of the aircraft. It is the lift coefficient I was turning at (i.e. - the highest lift coefficient I could confidently fly at.)

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Fairly close to the tech specs CLmax generally - although you managed to get a higher CL than the max in some cases! 

 

My base compare will not always be at exactly the same weight - but it does look as though you could have squeezed out a little more from the 109s in particular.

 

 

JtD compare.PNG

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