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07-17-2003, 12:44 AM

I thought you might like the results of some tests fot patch 07. These are not for accurate climb rates, but just to compare some of the planes to each other. I started at 1000m, and climbed at 270 km/h for two minutes. I wrote down the altitude at one and two minutes. Then I dove down to see at what speed they broke apart. All the planes overheated during the climb, except the La5FN/La7. Here's the results.

................1 minute.......2 min........broke apart

Yak3............2750m.........4100m.........740 km/h

Yak9U...........2800m.........4050m.........780 km/h

La5FN...........2700m.........3800m.........680 km/h

La7.............2850m.........4000m.........680 km/h

P-39 Q-10.......2700m.........4000m.........790 km/h

P-47............2300m.........3400m.........920+

109 K4..........2950m.........4700m.........900 km/h

109 F4..........2700m.........4000m.........800 km/h

D9 45...........2900m.........4100m.........930 km/h

Couple of notes. I couldn't get the P-47 to go any faster at the altitude I started from (5000m) It was just starting to shake at 920, but never broke. The planes that broke was usually a control surface. The La7 blew off both wings, and caught fire.

Da Buzz

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................1 minute.......2 min........broke apart

Yak3............2750m.........4100m.........740 km/h

Yak9U...........2800m.........4050m.........780 km/h

La5FN...........2700m.........3800m.........680 km/h

La7.............2850m.........4000m.........680 km/h

P-39 Q-10.......2700m.........4000m.........790 km/h

P-47............2300m.........3400m.........920+

109 K4..........2950m.........4700m.........900 km/h

109 F4..........2700m.........4000m.........800 km/h

D9 45...........2900m.........4100m.........930 km/h

Couple of notes. I couldn't get the P-47 to go any faster at the altitude I started from (5000m) It was just starting to shake at 920, but never broke. The planes that broke was usually a control surface. The La7 blew off both wings, and caught fire.

Da Buzz

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