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XyZspineZyX
10-06-2003, 03:53 PM
I think this would be a real nice addon to IL2/FB

HE100
This pleasant looking fighter was another failed attempt by Ernst Heikel AG to compete against the Bf 109. Disappointed by the loss of the Luftwaffe's fighter orders to BFW and it's Bf 109 and the failure of the He 112, Heinkel set out to build a lighter and faster fighter that was also cheaper and easier to build. The resulting Projekt 1035 was completed on May 25, 1937 and by the end 1937 the RLM had sanctioned a prototype and ten pre-production machines. The prototype flew on January 22, 1938 was very fast but was disliked due to high wing loading. The He 100 achieved some of it's speed by doing away with the anti- aerodynamic radiatoer and using a surface evaporative system for cooling. Even though the He 100 broke several world speed records, the RLM was solidly supportive of the Bf 109 and failed to order the He 100 into production. Six prototypes were eventually sold to the Soviet Union and three He 100D-0 went to Japan. The three He 100D-0's being armed with two MG 17 and a 20mm MG/FF. The remaining 12 He 100D-1 fighters were used to form a Heinkel-Rostock factory defense unit, flown by Heinkel pilots. However, in 1940, Goebbels publicised the He 100 to the extent that British intelligence reported the He 100 in large scale service as the He 113.

http://www.luftarchiv.de/flugzeuge/heinkel/he100.htm

http://www.german-militaria.co.uk/lufteagle63.htm

http://www.xs4all.nl/~hofstra/heinkel/

http://www.warbirdsresourcegroup.org/LRG/he100.html



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XyZspineZyX
10-06-2003, 03:53 PM
I think this would be a real nice addon to IL2/FB

HE100
This pleasant looking fighter was another failed attempt by Ernst Heikel AG to compete against the Bf 109. Disappointed by the loss of the Luftwaffe's fighter orders to BFW and it's Bf 109 and the failure of the He 112, Heinkel set out to build a lighter and faster fighter that was also cheaper and easier to build. The resulting Projekt 1035 was completed on May 25, 1937 and by the end 1937 the RLM had sanctioned a prototype and ten pre-production machines. The prototype flew on January 22, 1938 was very fast but was disliked due to high wing loading. The He 100 achieved some of it's speed by doing away with the anti- aerodynamic radiatoer and using a surface evaporative system for cooling. Even though the He 100 broke several world speed records, the RLM was solidly supportive of the Bf 109 and failed to order the He 100 into production. Six prototypes were eventually sold to the Soviet Union and three He 100D-0 went to Japan. The three He 100D-0's being armed with two MG 17 and a 20mm MG/FF. The remaining 12 He 100D-1 fighters were used to form a Heinkel-Rostock factory defense unit, flown by Heinkel pilots. However, in 1940, Goebbels publicised the He 100 to the extent that British intelligence reported the He 100 in large scale service as the He 113.

http://www.luftarchiv.de/flugzeuge/heinkel/he100.htm

http://www.german-militaria.co.uk/lufteagle63.htm

http://www.xs4all.nl/~hofstra/heinkel/

http://www.warbirdsresourcegroup.org/LRG/he100.html



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XyZspineZyX
10-06-2003, 04:09 PM
Most of the He 100 is aready done,dont know who model
it though

VICTOR MAY HAVE BEEN A WEIRDO,BUT HE WAS A DAMN GOOD FIGHTERPILOT.
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XyZspineZyX
10-06-2003, 07:20 PM
fjuff79 wrote:
- Most of the He 100 is aready done,dont know who
- model
- it though
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- VICTOR MAY HAVE BEEN A WEIRDO,BUT HE WAS A DAMN GOOD
- FIGHTERPILOT.
- <ceter>http://www.boners.com/content/788904.1.jpg<
- /center>
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thnx for the info
S!


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XyZspineZyX
10-06-2003, 11:08 PM
79 said the model is almost done...anyone have any links for it?
S!

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