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LeadSpitter_
07-12-2004, 04:52 PM
Oleg i was wondering out of all the aircraft in game why does the mustang seem to always nose down severly in a black out, a few friends and I tested on lan staying in line formation testing the blackout level. I will send tracks to the 1cbeta email. We all stayed the angels and degrees on each others tails so we wouldnt be experiencing more G's then the lead aircraft. The p51 also seem to blackout quite longer then all other aircraft from the same G's


for the mustang nosing down in a black like im using full forward pressure when im trimmed to level flight I was just wondering is this something with my calibration or just the aircraft becuase it dont seem to happen to the others which stay level or nose up in a full black out situation

Another thing is the p40 and tb3 as soon as thier wheels go off runway if you dont have full back pressure they instantly want to flip over. But 109s 190s yaks las p51s stukas and other tail draggers seem not to do this off runway but alot of them bounce which i seen your addressing in the patch.

Also didnt the 109 have to use forward stick pressure to lift the tail wheel off the ground. Mark hanna use write about that alot with the 109s he flew

If you can respond I'd be thankful. S` also if you have the time if you can respond about aircrafts dive accelaration if you plan on making it more accurate or if its limited to the game engine.

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LeadSpitter_
07-12-2004, 04:52 PM
Oleg i was wondering out of all the aircraft in game why does the mustang seem to always nose down severly in a black out, a few friends and I tested on lan staying in line formation testing the blackout level. I will send tracks to the 1cbeta email. We all stayed the angels and degrees on each others tails so we wouldnt be experiencing more G's then the lead aircraft. The p51 also seem to blackout quite longer then all other aircraft from the same G's


for the mustang nosing down in a black like im using full forward pressure when im trimmed to level flight I was just wondering is this something with my calibration or just the aircraft becuase it dont seem to happen to the others which stay level or nose up in a full black out situation

Another thing is the p40 and tb3 as soon as thier wheels go off runway if you dont have full back pressure they instantly want to flip over. But 109s 190s yaks las p51s stukas and other tail draggers seem not to do this off runway but alot of them bounce which i seen your addressing in the patch.

Also didnt the 109 have to use forward stick pressure to lift the tail wheel off the ground. Mark hanna use write about that alot with the 109s he flew

If you can respond I'd be thankful. S` also if you have the time if you can respond about aircrafts dive accelaration if you plan on making it more accurate or if its limited to the game engine.

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purzel08
07-12-2004, 06:17 PM
Are you sure you tried the 190´s ?

greetings...

VW-IceFire
07-12-2004, 06:34 PM
Maybe that all aircraft with certain wing types pitch down? Its probably something not well modeled but may be an attempt at some limited realism for high speed dives?

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LeadSpitter_
07-12-2004, 08:35 PM
yup thats what I fly the mostly a4 6 a9, d9 and ta152 they dont nose down in a full blackout, where ever the stick is in the blackout control locks up there but not with the mustang which noses over like you have full forawrd stick pressure even with combat flaps on

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purzel08
07-12-2004, 09:12 PM
Guess I misunderstood you...I just thought you were talking about blackouts in general. But I also think that compared to other planes the blackouts in the FW come way too easy and disappear way too late. Also tested it with some friends flying same speed, radius etc. But I think this problem was already mentioned in another topic.

greetings...