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  1. #1

    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 2./JG53


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 2./JG53 Stalingrad, Russia, Summer 1942
    Pilot: unknown


    During the summer of 1941, the Messerschmitt design team was engaged in updating the BF 109F-4 as the dictates of the air war was forcing the need for greater speeds. The result was the Gustav series, of which the first substantial production run was the Bf 109G-2. Adopting the more powerful but heavier Mercedes Benz DB 605 engine required airframe and landing gear strengthening which also added weight. But it was felt the increase in speed made the loss of some maneuverability acceptable. The fuel filler access was moved to the spine behind the cockpit. No change was required for the cowling shape but a deeper oil cooler was needed. The broad blade of the F4/Z was made standard. The lower quarter cockpit window panel was deleted and vent scoops could be added to the new replacement metal panel. The wheel wells reverted to a squared end in anticipation of wheel covers that in the event were not adopted. Generally speaking the appearance of the G-2 was very similar to the F-4 without close examination. Deliveries of the G-2 began in May 1942 with 1,587 produced by February 1943.


    However, there is no "standard" Bf 109G-2. Although production only ran 10 months before the G-3 and G-4 were introduced, three separate companies and multiple sub-assembly production facilities were involved which inevitably produced minor variations, such as pilot head armor type, cockpit vents and tail wheel types. So each model we have created has its own unique features to portray the specific aircraft presented as accurately as possible.


    This aircraft had a cockpit vent on the starboard side only, an unusual G-1 type pilot head armor, and a retractable tail wheel.

    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-2 2./JG53
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

  2. #2

    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 3./JG4


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 3./JG4 Mamaia, Ploesti, Rumania June 1943
    Pilot: Uffz. Kurt Leopold


    During the summer of 1941, the Messerschmitt design team was engaged in updating the BF 109F-4 as the dictates of the air war was forcing the need for greater speeds. The result was the Gustav series, of which the first substantial production run was the Bf 109G-2. Adopting the more powerful but heavier Mercedes Benz DB 605 engine required airframe and landing gear strengthening which also added weight. But it was felt the increase in speed made the loss of some maneuverability acceptable. The fuel filler access was moved to the spine behind the cockpit. No change was required for the cowling shape but a deeper oil cooler was needed. The broad blade of the F4/Z was made standard. The lower quarter cockpit window panel was deleted and vent scoops could be added to the new replacement metal panel. The wheel wells reverted to a squared end in anticipation of wheel covers that in the event were not adopted. Generally speaking the appearance of the G-2 was very similar to the F-4 without close examination. Deliveries of the G-2 began in May 1942 with 1,587 produced by February 1943.


    However, there is no "standard" Bf 109G-2. Although production only ran 10 months before the G-3 and G-4 were introduced, three separate companies and multiple sub-assembly production facilities were involved which inevitably produced minor variations, such as pilot head armor type, cockpit vents and tail wheel types. So each model we have created has its own unique features to portray the specific aircraft presented as accurately as possible.


    This aircraft had a cockpit vent on the starboard side only, a 2 piece curved top pilot head armor and a non-retractable tail wheel.

    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-2 3./JG4
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 4./JG3


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 4./JG3 Waborowna, Russia, Summer 1942
    Pilot: unknown


    During the summer of 1941, the Messerschmitt design team was engaged in updating the BF 109F-4 as the dictates of the air war was forcing the need for greater speeds. The result was the Gustav series, of which the first substantial production run was the Bf 109G-2. Adopting the more powerful but heavier Mercedes Benz DB 605 engine required airframe and landing gear strengthening which also added weight. But it was felt the increase in speed made the loss of some maneuverability acceptable. The fuel filler access was moved to the spine behind the cockpit. No change was required for the cowling shape but a deeper oil cooler was needed. The broad blade of the F4/Z was made standard. The lower quarter cockpit window panel was deleted and vent scoops could be added to the new replacement metal panel. The wheel wells reverted to a squared end in anticipation of wheel covers that in the event were not adopted. Generally speaking the appearance of the G-2 was very similar to the F-4 without close examination. Deliveries of the G-2 began in May 1942 with 1,587 produced by February 1943.


    However, there is no "standard" Bf 109G-2. Although production only ran 10 months before the G-3 and G-4 were introduced, three separate companies and multiple sub-assembly production facilities were involved which inevitably produced minor variations, such as pilot head armor type, cockpit vents and tail wheel types. So each model we have created has its own unique features to portray the specific aircraft presented as accurately as possible.


    This aircraft had a cockpit vent on the starboard side only, a flat plate pilot head armor and a non-retractable tail wheel.

    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-2 4./JG3
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 4./JG52


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 4./JG52 Russia, September 1942
    Pilot: unknown


    During the summer of 1941, the Messerschmitt design team was engaged in updating the BF 109F-4 as the dictates of the air war was forcing the need for greater speeds. The result was the Gustav series, of which the first substantial production run was the Bf 109G-2. Adopting the more powerful but heavier Mercedes Benz DB 605 engine required airframe and landing gear strengthening which also added weight. But it was felt the increase in speed made the loss of some maneuverability acceptable. The fuel filler access was moved to the spine behind the cockpit. No change was required for the cowling shape but a deeper oil cooler was needed. The broad blade of the F4/Z was made standard. The lower quarter cockpit window panel was deleted and vent scoops could be added to the new replacement metal panel. The wheel wells reverted to a squared end in anticipation of wheel covers that in the event were not adopted. Generally speaking the appearance of the G-2 was very similar to the F-4 without close examination. Deliveries of the G-2 began in May 1942 with 1,587 produced by February 1943.


    However, there is no "standard" Bf 109G-2. Although production only ran 10 months before the G-3 and G-4 were introduced, three separate companies and multiple sub-assembly production facilities were involved which inevitably produced minor variations, such as pilot head armor type, cockpit vents and tail wheel types. So each model we have created has its own unique features to portray the specific aircraft presented as accurately as possible.


    This aircraft had a cockpit vent on the starboard side only, a 2 piece curved top pilot armor and a retractable tail wheel.

    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-2 4./JG52
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 R6 6./JG52


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 R6
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 6./JG52 Maykop, Russia, October 1942
    Pilot: Lt. Walter Krupinski


    During the summer of 1941, the Messerschmitt design team was engaged in updating the BF 109F-4 as the dictates of the air war was forcing the need for greater speeds. The result was the Gustav series, of which the first substantial production run was the Bf 109G-2. Adopting the more powerful but heavier Mercedes Benz DB 605 engine required airframe and landing gear strengthening which also added weight. But it was felt the increase in speed made the loss of some maneuverability acceptable. The fuel filler access was moved to the spine behind the cockpit. No change was required for the cowling shape but a deeper oil cooler was needed. The broad blade of the F4/Z was made standard. The lower quarter cockpit window panel was deleted and vent scoops could be added to the new replacement metal panel. The wheel wells reverted to a squared end in anticipation of wheel covers that in the event were not adopted. Generally speaking the appearance of the G-2 was very similar to the F-4 without close examination. Deliveries of the G-2 began in May 1942 with 1,587 produced by February 1943.


    However, there is no "standard" Bf 109G-2. Although production only ran 10 months before the G-3 and G-4 were introduced, three separate companies and multiple sub-assembly production facilities were involved which inevitably produced minor variations, such as pilot head armor type, cockpit vents and tail wheel types. So each model we have created has its own unique features to portray the specific aircraft presented as accurately as possible.


    This aircraft had no cockpit vents, a flat plate pilot head armor, a retractable tail wheel and was fitted with MG 151/15 under wing cannon gondolas.

    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-2 R6 6./JG52
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 7./JG54


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 7./JG54 Isotscha Airfield, Smolensk, Russia, Winter 1942-43
    Pilot: unknown


    During the summer of 1941, the Messerschmitt design team was engaged in updating the BF 109F-4 as the dictates of the air war was forcing the need for greater speeds. The result was the Gustav series, of which the first substantial production run was the Bf 109G-2. Adopting the more powerful but heavier Mercedes Benz DB 605 engine required airframe and landing gear strengthening which also added weight. But it was felt the increase in speed made the loss of some maneuverability acceptable. The fuel filler access was moved to the spine behind the cockpit. No change was required for the cowling shape but a deeper oil cooler was needed. The broad blade of the F4/Z was made standard. The lower quarter cockpit window panel was deleted and vent scoops could be added to the new replacement metal panel. The wheel wells reverted to a squared end in anticipation of wheel covers that in the event were not adopted. Generally speaking the appearance of the G-2 was very similar to the F-4 without close examination. Deliveries of the G-2 began in May 1942 with 1,587 produced by February 1943.


    However, there is no "standard" Bf 109G-2. Although production only ran 10 months before the G-3 and G-4 were introduced, three separate companies and multiple sub-assembly production facilities were involved which inevitably produced minor variations, such as pilot head armor type, cockpit vents and tail wheel types. So each model we have created has its own unique features to portray the specific aircraft presented as accurately as possible.


    This aircraft had its landing gear doors removed to prevent snow build up, cockpit vents on both cockpit sides, a 2 piece curved top pilot armor and a non-retractable tail wheel.

    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-2 7./JG54
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 9./JG54


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 9./JG54 Siverskaya, Russia, September 1942
    Pilot: Obfw. Wilhelm Schilling


    During the summer of 1941, the Messerschmitt design team was engaged in updating the BF 109F-4 as the dictates of the air war was forcing the need for greater speeds. The result was the Gustav series, of which the first substantial production run was the Bf 109G-2. Adopting the more powerful but heavier Mercedes Benz DB 605 engine required airframe and landing gear strengthening which also added weight. But it was felt the increase in speed made the loss of some maneuverability acceptable. The fuel filler access was moved to the spine behind the cockpit. No change was required for the cowling shape but a deeper oil cooler was needed. The broad blade of the F4/Z was made standard. The lower quarter cockpit window panel was deleted and vent scoops could be added to the new replacement metal panel. The wheel wells reverted to a squared end in anticipation of wheel covers that in the event were not adopted. Generally speaking the appearance of the G-2 was very similar to the F-4 without close examination. Deliveries of the G-2 began in May 1942 with 1,587 produced by February 1943.


    However, there is no "standard" Bf 109G-2. Although production only ran 10 months before the G-3 and G-4 were introduced, three separate companies and multiple sub-assembly production facilities were involved which inevitably produced minor variations, such as pilot head armor type, cockpit vents and tail wheel types. So each model we have created has its own unique features to portray the specific aircraft presented as accurately as possible.


    This aircraft had no cockpit vents, a 2 piece curved top pilot head armor, and a retractable tail wheel.

    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-2 9./JG54
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 R6 Stab/JG3


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 R6
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: Stab/JG3 Gruko, Russia, September 1942
    Pilot: Obst Wolf-Dietrich Wilcke


    During the summer of 1941, the Messerschmitt design team was engaged in updating the BF 109F-4 as the dictates of the air war was forcing the need for greater speeds. The result was the Gustav series, of which the first substantial production run was the Bf 109G-2. Adopting the more powerful but heavier Mercedes Benz DB 605 engine required airframe and landing gear strengthening which also added weight. But it was felt the increase in speed made the loss of some maneuverability acceptable. The fuel filler access was moved to the spine behind the cockpit. No change was required for the cowling shape but a deeper oil cooler was needed. The broad blade of the F4/Z was made standard. The lower quarter cockpit window panel was deleted and vent scoops could be added to the new replacement metal panel. The wheel wells reverted to a squared end in anticipation of wheel covers that in the event were not adopted. Generally speaking the appearance of the G-2 was very similar to the F-4 without close examination. Deliveries of the G-2 began in May 1942 with 1,587 produced by February 1943.


    However, there is no "standard" Bf 109G-2. Although production only ran 10 months before the G-3 and G-4 were introduced, three separate companies and multiple sub-assembly production facilities were involved which inevitably produced minor variations, such as pilot head armor type, cockpit vents and tail wheel types. So each model we have created has its own unique features to portray the specific aircraft presented as accurately as possible.


    This aircraft had the lower half of its landing gear doors removed to prevent mud build up, a cockpit vent on the starboard side only, a flat plate pilot head armor, a non-retractable tail wheel, and was fitted with MG 151/15 under wing cannon gondolas.

    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-2 R6 Stab/JG3
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

  9. #9

    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2 2/LeLV 34


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - Other

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 2/LeLV 34 Finland, March 1943
    Pilot: Kapt. K. Lahtela


    During the summer of 1941, the Messerschmitt design team was engaged in updating the BF 109F-4 as the dictates of the air war was forcing the need for greater speeds. The result was the Gustav series, of which the first substantial production run was the Bf 109G-2. Adopting the more powerful but heavier Mercedes Benz DB 605 engine required airframe and landing gear strengthening which also added weight. But it was felt the increase in speed made the loss of some maneuverability acceptable. The fuel filler access was moved to the spine behind the cockpit. No change was required for the cowling shape but a deeper oil cooler was needed. The broad blade of the F4/Z was made standard. The lower quarter cockpit window panel was deleted and vent scoops could be added to the new replacement metal panel. The wheel wells reverted to a squared end in anticipation of wheel covers that in the event were not adopted. Generally speaking the appearance of the G-2 was very similar to the F-4 without close examination. Deliveries of the G-2 began in May 1942 with 1,587 produced by February 1943.


    However, there is no "standard" Bf 109G-2. Although production only ran 10 months before the G-3 and G-4 were introduced, three separate companies and multiple sub-assembly production facilities were involved which inevitably produced minor variations, such as pilot head armor type, cockpit vents and tail wheel types. So each model we have created has its own unique features to portray the specific aircraft presented as accurately as possible.


    This aircraft was one of 48 G-2s supplied to Finland. It had a cockpit vent on the starboard side only, a 2 piece curved top pilot head armor, and a non-retractable tail wheel.

    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-2 2/LeLV 34
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

  10. #10

    New Messerschmitt G-2s released by Team Daedalus

    More Messerschmitts from Design Team Daedalus
    Cheers,

    Captain Kurt
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    "Fly, you fools!" Gandalf the Gray

  11. #11
    This is really amazing! All these little details and differences, also in the other models!
    Thanks once again, guys, these planes are superb!

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    Oh please stop!...stop!!!...You guys are just too much!!!...**just kidding**

    Excellent models all and outstanding production rate. I'm still working my way through your first batch of E1's

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  13. #13
    ... I need to build a separate install titled, Combat Flight Simulator 2: Messerschmitt Edition...

    Thank you for the new Gustavs!

  14. #14
    Again, Brilliant work.
    Thanks to all involved.
    Cheers
    Stuart

  15. #15

    Thanks too all!!!

    Can never have too many 109's!!!!!!


    Cheers mav

  16. #16
    Thanks Team Daedalus !!!!!!
    Great details.


  17. #17
    In : Bf109G-2R6_StabJG3 Bf109G-2R6_6JG52 you need to change the dp file to add underwing cannons :

    .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ......


    [GUNSTATIONS]




    gunstation.0=0,3,1,0.07,839,3,0.01,500,1,40,1d1*10 ,0,0.13,0.77,-0.27425,3,0,0,0,0,0,0.453


    gunstation.1=1,3,2,0.09,950,3,0.03,500,3,40,1d1*34 ,0,0.21484375,1.2,-0.5825,3,0,0,0,0,0,2.10


    gunstation.2=1,3,2,0.08,762,2,0.05,300,4,40,1d1*34 ,-2.080,-0.350,1.450,-0.26199,0,0.78945,0,0,0,0,3.53



    gunstation.3=1,3,2,0.08,762,2,0.05,300,4,40,1d1*34 ,2.080,-0.350,1.450,-0.26199,0,-0.78945,0,0,0,0,3.53


    ; gunstation.4=3,-99,8,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0




    [guns.0]


    gun.0=500,-0.19,0.54,0.55,0.09678,0.034,1,500


    gun.1=500,0.19,0.54,0.47,0.09678,-0.034,1,500



    [guns.1]


    gun.0=200,0,-0.1,1.78,0,-0.01787,1,200



    [guns.2]


    gun.0=135,0.000,0.000,0.000,0,0,1,135



    [guns.3]


    gun.0=135,0.000,0.000,0.000,0,0,1,135




    [guns.4]


    gun.0=1,0,0,0,0,0,0,1



    Cheers

  18. #18
    fani, you are rapidly becoming my conscience. Thanks for the heads up. We do indeed need to have the correct .dp in the zip file. I'm not sure how I managed that little fubar but here is the correct .dp:

    Bf109G2.zip

    The download files are being correct as well
    Cheers,

    Captain Kurt
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    Thanks once again Team Daedalus, these planes are superb!!!
    Excellent models
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    Beepee

  20. #20
    Many thanks to the team, lovely birds

    Cheers
    Martin

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  22. #22
    Thanks for the G-2 series. I hope that you still have time to play with CFS2.

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    Kurt,

    Many thanks for a wonderful job on these. When I find motivation for CFS2 again, I will be sure to use them.
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  24. #24
    Excellent, thank you!

    Just a question though. Did the G-2 only see action on Eastern front?

  25. #25
    To answer your question Roxane:
    That was pretty much true. The Bf 109 G-1 and G-2 were produced at the same time and were almost identical.
    The G-1 cockpit was pressurized to operate at higher altitudes.The G-2 aircraft differed from the G-1 only in that they were equipped with a conventional cockpit. Production plans were constantly revised in favor of the simpler Bf 109G-2. Its output grew rapidly to 1,587 produced while the G-1 only had 167 produced. The G-1 entered the units operating in the west where the combat was at high altitude. Then the G-2 was used on the Eastern Front where most combat was at lower levels. The first G-2s were received by I.JG 54 and III.JG 52. In early July, 1942, pilots of II.JG 54 transferred to the Bf109G-2, and in early August 1942, I / JG 51 received new aircraft. The G-2 was also produced as a tropical version and was sent to the African / Mediterranean theaters. As far as I know, JG 4 based in Romania was the only G-2 user not in the East Front or the Mediterranean theater.

    BTW the Bf 109G-2/trop will be the next DTD release shortly.
    Cheers,

    Captain Kurt
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