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JU-87 Contact altimer and auto recover


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On 6/6/2014 at 2:42 PM, Zak said:

Both these features may be added fter release, they are somewhere in the plans.

This is if anything the last word we heard on this and five years still qualifies as '[a]fter release' (of 'Battle of Stalingrad,' that is). But since 'somewhere' sometimes gets lost, I'd say: See you guys next year. ;)

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Maybe if they release the D-5 for a 1944 GPW scenario? I'm still waiting for an option to re-arrange the triggers on the Hs-129... but honestly, given the rapid pace of work and the fantastic level of detail... I can see them forgetting or setting aside some features... it is a small team afterall!

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2 hours ago, ITAF_Airone1989 said:

I release air brakes and it switchs automatic to dive, right?

Yes. Trimmer set to "nose heavy".

 

2 hours ago, ITAF_Airone1989 said:

Then I drop bombs.. 

Or retract air brakes (at Ju-87). And...

 

2 hours ago, ITAF_Airone1989 said:

And now:

It help me to recover from the dive or do it by itself?

...trimmer set back to default position, so airplane become "tail heavy" and it is help to recover from dive.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Gavrick said:

Yes. Trimmer set to "nose heavy".

 

Or retract air brakes (at Ju-87). And...

 

...trimmer set back to default position, so airplane become "tail heavy" and it is help to recover from dive.

 

 

So, if before to dive I trim "tail heavy" it will give me a really great help, isn't?

 

Thank you so much!!!

 

 

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