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    Icon22 Team Daedalus Bf109G-6 trop posted

    Messerschmitt Bf109G-6 trop by Design Team Daedalus

    Unit: 6./JG51 Either San Pietro, Italy, or on Sardinia during the summer of 1943
    Pilot: unknown

    There is no "standard" Bf 109G-6, as the production run spanned 2 years it underwent many modifications and updates along the way. Tropical versions were delivered throughout the entire production runs as the G-6 trop but had fewer variations. For example I have not seen any G-6 trop aircraft fitted with an Erla Haube canopy while many G-6 versions were so fitted. The most obvious feature of the G-6 trop was the sand filter fitted to the front of the supercharger air intake. All G-6 trop aircraft had two small teardrop shaped clips on the port side below the canopy sill, which were mounts for a sun umbrella. The umbrella was intended to provide shade for the cockpit while the aircraft was at readiness. Different weapons packages could be seen. Most Most G-6 trops were delivered to the Mediterranean operations areas and some to the southern Russian/Balkans front area.

    Pstrany developed the models using Paul Rebuffat's Messerschmitt model - with permission - as a starting framework and updated the shape, and added a plethora of details, new parts, and ideas. Pstrany also developed the models for the drop tanks, weapons and racks.

    Captain Kurt created paints for each, the 2D instrument panel, the individual .dp files, the air files and the aircraft.cfg files.

    Mav SCASM edited each model so that they have animated wing slats, drop tanks, and other features, as well as optimizing models for the best possible framerates. Mav also developed the idea for the 2d panel to be offset for the Revi gunsight to match the CFS2 reticle.

    We have all benefited from the assistance and guidance of others in the community, Special thanks to Wolfi and Huub Vink for their kind assistance and to all who have contributed their knowledge directly and indirectly.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-6 trop 6./JG51.zip


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    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-6 trop by Design Team Daedalus

    Unit: 6./JG51 Either San Pietro, Italy, or on Sardinia during the summer of 1943
    Pilot: unknown

    There is no "standard" Bf 109G-6, as the production run spanned 2 years it underwent many modifications and updates along the way. Tropical versions were delivered throughout the entire production runs as the G-6 trop but had fewer variations. For example I have not seen any G-6 trop aircraft fitted with an Erla Haube canopy while many G-6 versions were so fitted. The most obvious feature of the G-6 trop was the sand filter fitted to the front of the supercharger air intake. All G-6 trop aircraft had two small teardrop shaped clips on the port side below the canopy sill, which were mounts for a sun umbrella. The umbrella was intended to provide shade for the cockpit while the aircraft was at readiness. Different weapons packages could be seen. Most Most G-6 trops were delivered to the Mediterranean operations areas and some to the southern Russian/Balkans front area.

    Pstrany developed the models using Paul Rebuffat's Messerschmitt model - with permission - as a starting framework and updated the shape, and added a plethora of details, new parts, and ideas. Pstrany also developed the models for the drop tanks, weapons and racks.

    Captain Kurt created paints for each, the 2D instrument panel, the individual .dp files, the air files and the aircraft.cfg files.

    Mav SCASM edited each model so that they have animated wing slats, drop tanks, and other features, as well as optimizing models for the best possible framerates. Mav also developed the idea for the 2d panel to be offset for the Revi gunsight to match the CFS2 reticle.

    We have all benefited from the assistance and guidance of others in the community, Special thanks to Wolfi and Huub Vink for their kind assistance and to all who have contributed their knowledge directly and indirectly.

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit Messerschmitt Bf109G-6 trop 6./JG51.zip
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    The Team Daedalus 109s are a wonderful improvement to the CFS2 hangar. Many thanks for these new additions guys!

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    Thank you!!!

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    Team Daedalus,

    Many thanks for these new Bf-109s! These models/skins are among my favorite for the Mediterranean and the Italian/Sicilian theatre!
    "Rami"

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    Team Daedalus,

    Many thanks again and again for these new Bf-109s Trop. As usual they are superb

    Beepee

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    Thank you for all of your great projects Team Daedalus. Your work gets better and better.

    msfossey

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    Thank you very much!

    TW
    Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap!

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    What a wonderful surprise! Team Daedalus has done a wonderful job releasing this excellent study series on the 109 for both CFS2 and FS9!

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