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XyZspineZyX
07-24-2003, 01:56 PM
I need pictures of the bachem natter 349. I'm making this to IL2 standarts as a test. not I repeat NOT to get implimented but it looks easy and thus a simple thing to practise on.But I need good pictures from the rear(I have them already froma s ite but thats just the hole see? just the back of the engine and stuff.

I need bigger pictures and so. and where are the alereons on this thing?I mean how did it roll?
such handy info

pls if annyone would get me these I'd be forever greatfull

XyZspineZyX
07-24-2003, 01:56 PM
I need pictures of the bachem natter 349. I'm making this to IL2 standarts as a test. not I repeat NOT to get implimented but it looks easy and thus a simple thing to practise on.But I need good pictures from the rear(I have them already froma s ite but thats just the hole see? just the back of the engine and stuff.

I need bigger pictures and so. and where are the alereons on this thing?I mean how did it roll?
such handy info

pls if annyone would get me these I'd be forever greatfull

fluke39
07-24-2003, 05:07 PM
you probably have seen this already but
i'll give it you anyway ( it's not really pictures of rear but you can tell what rear is like - io know u wanted good pictures of rear , sorry /i/smilies/16x16_smiley-sad.gif )

http://www.germanvtol.com/bachemfolder/natterbase.html

plus it will bump this back to the top - so it will be more likely to ben seen ! /i/smilies/16x16_smiley-happy.gif


here is a piccy of cockpit if any good

http://www.fantasyofflight.com/natter.html

sorry if these are of no use - i'm not doing anything better anyway!

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Message Edited on 07/24/03 05:08PM by fluke39

Message Edited on 07/24/0305:19PM by fluke39

XyZspineZyX
07-24-2003, 07:23 PM
razer3 wrote:

- I need bigger pictures and so. and where are the
- alereons on this thing?I mean how did it roll?
- such handy info

The website that Fluke has the link to says

"The wing incorporated no movable surfaces, rolling control being obtained by differential operation of the elevons which formed part of the horizontal tail surfaces."

Good luck

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