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Aaron_GT
12-04-2005, 03:01 AM
Topic should read RAF & RAAF not just RAF. Sorry

To start:

Beaufighter:
* Should be able to carry a 1000lb bomb under each wing
* Should have option for 2 500lb bombs under fuselage
* Should be able to carry 25lb AP rockets.
* 90lb rockets?

Spitfire VB/VC should have the following options;

2 x 250 lbs bombs (wings)
1 x 500 lbs bomb (centerline)
1 x 30 gal slipper tank
1 x 48 gal teardrop tank
1 x 45 gal slipper tank
1 x 90 gal slipper tank
2 x 250 lbs bombs and 30/45/48/90 gal tank

Spitfire VIII should have the following options

2 x 250 lbs bombs (wings)
1 x 500 lbs bomb (centreline)
2 x 250 lbs bombs and 1 x 500 lbs bomb centerline
2 x 25/60 lbs rockets and 1 x 500 lbs bomb
4 x 25/60 lbs rockets
4 x 25/60 lbs rockets and 1 x 500 lbs bombs

Hurricane IIc should have the following loadouts;

2 x 250 lbs bombs (wings)
2 x 500 lbs bombs (wings)
8 x 25/60 lbs rockets

ElAurens
12-04-2005, 09:59 AM
Lots of aircraft have incorrect or insufficient loadouts. Even the AI B24 which should carry more than a B17 is shorted.

VW-IceFire
12-04-2005, 04:17 PM
Since there are so few RAF/RAAF aircraft we're not missing nearly as many armament options...

ImpStarDuece
12-04-2005, 06:09 PM
Spitfire VB/VC should have the following options;

2 x 250 lbs bombs (wings)
1 x 500 lbs bomb (centerline)
1 x 30 gal slipper tank
1 x 48 gal teardrop tank
1 x 45 gal slipper tank
1 x 90 gal slipper tank
2 x 250 lbs bombs and 30/45/48/90 gal tank

Spitfire VIII should have the following options

2 x 250 lbs bombs (wings)
1 x 500 lbs bomb (centreline)
2 x 250 lbs bombs and 1 x 500 lbs bomb centerline
2 x 25/60 lbs rockets and 1 x 500 lbs bomb
4 x 25/60 lbs rockets
4 x 25/60 lbs rockets and 1 x 500 lbs bombs

Hurricane IIc should have the following loadouts;

2 x 250 lbs bombs (wings)
2 x 500 lbs bombs (wings)
8 x 25/60 lbs rockets

Simba_6SqnRFC
12-09-2005, 06:39 PM
You've missed an option for the Spit - one large beer keg under each wing, as successfully flown cross-Channel to thirsty erks in Normandy, June 1944.

<hoists glass>

Cheers!

Simba.

ImpStarDuece
12-09-2005, 06:49 PM
Also known as "Modification XXX"