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Try the flight dynamics of these models. Use them to replace what you have.
Design Aircraft Group's TA-152
http://www.myzone59.com/combat-flight-simulator/planesII9.htm and http://www.flight-simulator-world.or...html?orderby=2
AvH 1% Ta-152
Well I know it isn't as maneuverable as the Fw 190... It was meant for high altitude... And it was faster than Fw 190 at altitude.
It has a slower rate of climb... The gear is longer from main wheels to tail wheel... Power to mass ratio is lesser than the Fw 190 (referring to the D9 version for this comparison)... Range is longer than the Fw 190D9... It is heavier than the Fw 190D9 in Empty, Loaded and Max takeoff weight... Wingspan is longer... It is slightly higher (by 1 meter)... More wing area and uses th Jumo 213E compared to the Jumo 213A-1 of the Dora. Sorry for the off topic question.
You didn't answer my question in my first reply. I asked what is it you're trying to achieve? Besides the Ta-152 having a higher service ceiling, how else do you distinguish between the flight dynamics of the two aircraft? What's the difference in your view?
Can i send the air file to you?
You'll have to be more specific. Besides the Ta-152 having a higher service ceiling, what other characteristics distinguished the flight dynamics of a Ta-152 from that of the Fw-190?
Hey bearcat241. What would you recommend me to do with the airfile of the Fw190D to make it fly like a Ta-152?
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