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Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 3:04:34 PM   
che200


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I am building a mod where there are going to be German aircraft and German Ships, I would like some help in making the stats for these units. Everbody is welcome to join in but please be constructive !

First plane is : Me-109, Me-109T and Me-109E


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RE: Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 3:49:50 PM   
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You might check the RHS files. El Cid had an ME-110 version in there. It was treated as a dive bomber (at least the version he modeled had dive brakes), but historically was really an all purpose aircraft with dive-bombing capability. It seems the AE rules are a bit more flexible for the use of dive bombers as all purpose aircraft. A fighter-bomber would seem a reasonable approach as well.

The War in Russia mod might give you some useful starting points as well. Of course these were all for the WITP engine.

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RE: Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 4:04:38 PM   
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Yes i got them chicken but they were made for WITP which had differant Hex side and maneuverability ratings.

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RE: Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 4:43:10 PM   
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If you go to uboat.net you should be able to get all the info for the Monsun Boats in the Indian Ocean.

http://uboat.net/index.html

It also has some useful info on Allied ASW vessels and abbreviated TROMs for the Uboats.

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RE: Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 5:10:04 PM   
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Thanks Shark Got them, When they are ready I will post them here to see if you guys like them.

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RE: Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 5:25:16 PM   
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for the Bf-109T, model it like a Bf-109E1

but it can also have the 2 20mm cannons in the wings or the 2 Mgs like in the nose

the T-2 would be able to carry a 66 imp gallon drop tank, or 4 110/1 550 pound bomb (either or, on the centerline rack, not both)





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RE: Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 5:39:15 PM   
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For the 109T i agree 2 20mm 2 7.9mm 1 500lb bomb or centreline tank. For the 109E same but no bombs. For the 109G 2-20mm 2-13mm Centreline tank and 1 500lb bomb. Now manoverability and speed.

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RE: Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 6:46:42 PM   
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G-2 no 13mm MG, 7.9mm good
G-5 first version with 2x13mm MG131

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RE: Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 6:55:36 PM   
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Yes interesting Dali But which was the one most produced ?

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RE: Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 9:32:40 PM   
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These are the stats for BF-109E what do you guys think ?

Low 25
Medium 22
High 20
VHigh 15







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RE: Axis Aircraft Stats - 2/25/2010 11:58:19 PM   
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Reasonable, but I think the format of dropping it every altitude band is unusual. Most aircraft only drop off in the last 2 or so.

In light of that I suggest 25/25/22/19/15

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