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  • Motormouse's Avatar
    Today, 22:12
    Find yourself a copy of John Searby's book. He was a Pathfinder Leader, CO of 106 Squadron (after Gibson) and 83 Squadron. You'll find some answers Ttfn Pete
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  • rlucas's Avatar
    Today, 22:09
    Thanks for the welcome! :) A picture then of a subject I am 90% sure what it is... Would also be interested to find out more about it ;)
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  • wombat666's Avatar
    Today, 20:42
    IIRC most of the older 32bit aircraft worked up to P3Dv3, which would make sense. Once past that point not a lot handled the 64bit P3D4. Same goes for the Area 51 series.
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  • p14u2nv's Avatar
    Today, 20:01
    p14u2nv replied to a thread Kpvc wip in FSX General Discussion
    Thank you Falcon. Any NE sceneries are most welcome.
    5 replies | 156 view(s)
  • BendyFlyer's Avatar
    Today, 19:58
    Ok got the hang of the reverse and amazing for an aeroplane this size to land and take off in these distances. A great deal of fun as well. Again well done Manfreed. This is a gem! The Bev at RAF GAN in the Indian Ocean.
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  • Browncoat's Avatar
    Today, 19:46
    I tried FSX aircrafts on the V5. Classics Hangar Bf108, Fw190A, Fw190D, Ta152, gauge sound, Payload Manager not work this is disappointing since I live the Classics Hanger Fw-190s/Ta-152s. The sounds are one aspect that make them so special.
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  • b24_witchcraft's Avatar
    Today, 19:25
    Very nice looking scenery so far Ed. :applause: Would like to see the Race Point Light there too. Keep up the great work!
    5 replies | 156 view(s)
  • DaleRFU's Avatar
    Today, 19:07
    Hi Guys, Here is the next part of my trip, Exeter to Jersey. I decided to do this flight in the early evening to try and get some nice light with the sun going down. As always I am on VATSIM. We're not far off from finishing the series now. https://youtu.be/5JETIlf7yfg As always please like and subscribe if you enjoyed it.
    5 replies | 378 view(s)
  • jeansy's Avatar
    Today, 18:51
    no they dont
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  • Moses03's Avatar
    Today, 18:36
    Buzzing along in the L-10.
    2 replies | 105 view(s)
  • Rudyjo's Avatar
    Today, 17:43
    Noddy Can't thank you enough, it works. Ran the "Verify integrity of game files" and it came back with "2251 files failed to validate and will be reaquired" The engine sound is not only back, but the whole game works so much better. Over the months little things such as smoke showing in the mirrors quit working even though it was turned on. Running this is like a "Defragment" of the game. I think I'll run it every couple of months. It was such a simple thing to do, I'm surprised that nobody at the A/C forum had any idea what to do. Again, thank you
    2 replies | 46 view(s)
  • Navy Chief's Avatar
    Today, 16:56
    Is there any way to get Area 51's Kiowa to work in V5? NC
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  • johannesl's Avatar
    Today, 16:36
    I have no personal knowledge about this, but it seems quite plausible. Early Lancs did have ventral turrets but they were pretty useless and often dispensed with and the space where it was located was eventually taken up with the H2S blister. Some crews would field modify a gun into a bottom hatch for defense but again it didn't really work all that well.
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  • BendyFlyer's Avatar
    Today, 16:02
    NCooper and MJahn thank you - as they say when all else fails read the manual. I obviously glossed over that part of the ReadMe. Re the red section on the boost gauge - this was because these type of superchargers were not geared but had a fixed gearing related to RPM which worked off the manifold pressure and throttle settings, there was probably a point where low throttle settings could have the supercharger delivering too much boost at particular throttle settings giving you a No No, that is low rpm and excessive or high MP, the red line area on the boost gauge. These British superchargers were different to the American ones and even the later Merlins (such as the Lancasters which had a HI-LO switch) which were controlled by a separate mechanism to change or control the...
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 15:21
    Indeed, sir, (I presume) and welcome! The second prototype P.W.S. 11bis SP-ADS. Over to you :very_drunk:
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  • nagpaw's Avatar
    Today, 15:21
    It took some digging, but I have a theory about the red arc on the boost gauge. Mind it's just a theory, since the Pilot's Notes are not all-inclusive. The diagrams in the Notes show the red arc running from approximately +2 to +6 boost. The Bev's throttles were interconnected with the flaps for what appears to be "go around" protection. If the flaps were selected full down and the power was advanced beyond +6 boost, the flaps would progressively retract until reaching the 20 degree position at +12 boost. For this reason, it was impossible to extend the flaps fully down when the boost was above +6, the top of the red arc. So that's a possibility, although it doesn't explain the bottom of the arc :indecisiveness: Thanks for the paintkit, MJ! BTW, JanKees...that paint looks...
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  • Victory103's Avatar
    Today, 15:16
    Sundog, Looks about what I have on the fuel numbers per tank. I did notice the PPH flow being off on the gauge (FL250, 380kts, 550# per side seems low). Agree on the little things like adding the GPS to fly the Mach Loop in the LN -15E! Zsolt, outstanding paints again, hope you release these!
    50 replies | 2113 view(s)
  • FlyingsCool's Avatar
    Today, 15:11
    Awesome :) Glad to see you're back in the North East, I'll be all over that! Thanks!
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  • RobM's Avatar
    Today, 15:08
    RobM replied to a thread Cera Sim in Prepar3D
    If all you need are new Cera Sim download links, remember the offer from PC Aviator, that as long as they have the product, if you need a new download link for a product you purchased from a now closed store, they will provide a new link for free upon proof of purchase from the closed store. I think PC Aviator has most, if not all, of the Cera Sims. The details were mentioned here on SOH in a recent thread, but I can't find it now. Even if you don't need new download links right now, it may be worthwhile to take advantage of the offer for down the road. -RobM
    5 replies | 227 view(s)
  • mongoose's Avatar
    Today, 14:53
    Anyone know who did 'BoB_01_20th_May_0Luftwaffe' to 'BoB_42_15th_Sept_Luftwaffe_JU87' missions; about 45 all together? Also 'BOB-06-28-1940 Guernsey' to 'BOB-09-27-1940 Defend Bristol factories' ?
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