DCS WW2 Update: April 2018

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Re: DCS WW2 Update: April 2018

Post by Brigg » Mon Apr 23, 2018 5:50 pm

yeah i cant wait to get my jugs out :lol:
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Re: DCS WW2 Update: April 2018

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Re: DCS WW2 Update: April 2018

Post by Lofty » Thu Apr 26, 2018 8:57 pm

Thanks Wiggy, very interesting.
One if his answers appears to suggest indirectly why we aren't seeing the XIV - only the IX.

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Re: DCS WW2 Update: April 2018

Post by Vranac » Thu Apr 26, 2018 10:00 pm

Yes,very interesting. Thanks Wiggy.

But I think there is some misunderstanding there. How that interview was done? TS?
Q. The same is true for the stick forces acting upon our 109 pilot. at speeds way below 300kph IAS he will not be able to pull the stick completely back... – Birdstrike

A. Correct
I don't see any logic here.
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Re: DCS WW2 Update: April 2018

Post by Wiggy » Thu Apr 26, 2018 10:09 pm

I think people posted questions in the forum, then those questions were picked and forwarded to Nick who replied in text, and those answers then posted back to the forums. That's my guess anyway.
Lofty wrote:Thanks Wiggy, very interesting.
One if his answers appears to suggest indirectly why we aren't seeing the XIV - only the IX.
Indeed - it was too good haha. Best news though is they're gonna build a Mossie! That will be awesome.

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