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    Aaron_GT's Avatar Senior Member
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    This is an experimental sticky thread.

    If you have an interesting WW2 aircraft, aero engine, or airwar related chart or table then please post it here. The idea is to build up some reference material. If it doesn't work as intended then so be it.

    Some guidelines:

    * If you post a chart or table then please include a source or reference.

    * Don't paste lots of copyright material (most countries allow snippets as fair use but no more.)

    * Don't post comments unless it is a translation of a chart. If you do post a translation then reference the original chart or table in the thread.

    * If you want to reference a chart in a discussion then you can use the little pinboard icon (top left) for a post and obtain the URL.
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    Xiolablu3's Avatar Senior Member
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    I'll get the ball rolling with an easy one..

    Full Spitfire IX performance documents, Merlin 61, 66, and 70. PLus 18lb and 25lbs boost...

    http://www.spitfireperformance.com/spitfire-IX.html
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    Almost as many manuals as you like. For free:


    http://www.tailwheel.nl/b/bristolbeaufighter/index.html


    You need to log-in to this site I think (for free).

    http://www.ww2aircraft.net/forum/oth...ch/index6.html
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    Xiolablu3's Avatar Senior Member
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    Kurfursts Bf109 site is a good source of Bf109 info...


    http://www.kurfurst.org/
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    Does anyone know where I can find comparative performance charts on Italian WW2 aircraft. I have often wondered what the actual differences are between the C205 G55 and Re2005 for example.
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    S!



    NACA Aircraft Testing during WWII:

    http://www.nasa.gov/centers/langley/...eets/WWII.html


    A US Navy collection of graphs and charts:

    http://www.geocities.com/slakergmb/id3.htm


    A collection of information sites (massive amount of links of all types):

    http://www.zenoswarbirdvideos.com/Wo...tion_Link.html

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    Thanks Kahuna. I found one or two snippets. Much obliged.
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    For mission builders.

    Full list of BoB squadrons, what the squadrons identification code was and where they were based.

    http://www.battleofbritain1940.net/0005.html

    EDIT
    Also general RAF squadron codes ...

    http://www.btinternet.com/~lee_mail/rafcodes.html
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    Standard Aircraft Characteristics for various USN aircraft from WW2 to the sixties:

    http://history.navy.mil/branches/org4-8.htm

    http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USN/SAC/
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