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XyZspineZyX
09-11-2003, 11:18 AM
I noticed some strange things lately,when i fly the Bf109G6 and get behind my plane using F8.
At normal distance when you move your rudder it gets in its neutral position, but when you zoom a little out it won't neutralize, I don't know if it happens with all the plains.
In one sortie we flew escort, saw some P39Q10's coming our way, but they were 2500 meters straigt below us, we were at 4800meters. I flew a right turn with my G6 to dive on them and spray some shells in them, but when i had turned my G6 one of those Q10's was above me, i looked at my altitude and it was 4800 meters! so he climbed 2500 within my turning time. A F16 i thougt.
So the next thing i did was in QMB take a P39Q10 and test fly this baby, it seems normal to me nothing strange about it.its fast,and willing to manouvre. But you must ease on the stick otherwhise it will stall.
One thing i love to do is to test a plane in its stall, and even more fun is it to trow it into a spin and battle it out its spin, IF you get into a spin in this P39 BIG FUN!, I started at 4500 meters and at 800 meters i got it under control and leveld out, Yeah this what i like spinning and the trying to recover. ow did it a few years ago with a Antonov, started at his ceiling and got her back at 500 meters, FUN

XyZspineZyX
09-11-2003, 11:18 AM
I noticed some strange things lately,when i fly the Bf109G6 and get behind my plane using F8.
At normal distance when you move your rudder it gets in its neutral position, but when you zoom a little out it won't neutralize, I don't know if it happens with all the plains.
In one sortie we flew escort, saw some P39Q10's coming our way, but they were 2500 meters straigt below us, we were at 4800meters. I flew a right turn with my G6 to dive on them and spray some shells in them, but when i had turned my G6 one of those Q10's was above me, i looked at my altitude and it was 4800 meters! so he climbed 2500 within my turning time. A F16 i thougt.
So the next thing i did was in QMB take a P39Q10 and test fly this baby, it seems normal to me nothing strange about it.its fast,and willing to manouvre. But you must ease on the stick otherwhise it will stall.
One thing i love to do is to test a plane in its stall, and even more fun is it to trow it into a spin and battle it out its spin, IF you get into a spin in this P39 BIG FUN!, I started at 4500 meters and at 800 meters i got it under control and leveld out, Yeah this what i like spinning and the trying to recover. ow did it a few years ago with a Antonov, started at his ceiling and got her back at 500 meters, FUN

XyZspineZyX
09-11-2003, 11:23 AM
if all else fails in a stall spin - i find turning the engine off is an almost failsafe way of recovering (with the obvious drawback of maybe it not restarting quick enough)

however if it's a flat spin - then you may find nothing will save you /i/smilies/16x16_smiley-happy.gif

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XyZspineZyX
09-11-2003, 11:40 AM
it was a flat spin, and then you use rudder opposite to the direction of the spin and use some stick back, or engine is useless couse your airspeed is zero, and the prop is only winding nothing the air comes from besides the prop and not from the front. Sometimes playing with the stick helps but always use rudder! try it its fun!