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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop 4./JG51


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

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 4./JG51 El Aouina, Tunesia November 1942
    Pilot: Fw. Anton Hafner


    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.


    The Tropical version had a sand filter for the supercharger, umbrella attachment points under the canopy on the port side, sand proofing rubber seals around hydraulic cylinders (not visible) and survival gear and a Kar98 rifle stowed in the aft fuselage (also not visible).


    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.


    Besides the sand filter, this aircraft had a 2 piece curved top pilot head armor, a cockpit vent on the starboard side, a retractable tail wheel; unknown if it had the port side umbrella attachment fixtures but since it is likely, we provided them.

    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/Trop 4./JG51
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop 4./JG53


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

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 4./JG53 Libya 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.


    The Tropical version had a sand filter for the supercharger, umbrella attachment points under the canopy on the port side, sand proofing rubber seals around hydraulic cylinders (not visible) and survival gear and a Kar98 rifle stowed in the aft fuselage (also not visible).


    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.


    Besides the sand filter, this aircraft had a flat plate pilot head armor, and a retractable tail wheel. The cockpit vent on the starboard side was replaced by a flare tube. It's unknown if it had the port side umbrella attachment fixtures but since it is likely, we provided them.

    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/Trop 4./JG53
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop 4./JG77


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

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 4./JG77 Tunesia April 1943
    Pilot: Lt. Ernst-Wilhelm Reinert


    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.


    The Tropical version had a sand filter for the supercharger, umbrella attachment points under the canopy on the port side, sand proofing rubber seals around hydraulic cylinders (not visible) and survival gear and a Kar98 rifle stowed in the aft fuselage (also not visible).


    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.


    Besides the sand filter, this aircraft had the port side umbrella attachment fixtures, a cockpit vent on the starboard side, a Galland type pilot armor and a fixed tail wheel with the wheel bay faired over.

    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/Trop 4./JG77
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/R1/Trop 5./JG53


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

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/R1/Trop
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 5./JG53 Sicily January 1943
    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.


    The Tropical version had a sand filter for the supercharger, umbrella attachment points under the canopy on the port side, sand proofing rubber seals around hydraulic cylinders (not visible) and survival gear and a Kar98 rifle stowed in the aft fuselage (also not visible).


    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.


    Besides the sand filter, this aircraft had R1 20mm under wing gondolas, the tail wheel bay faired over with a non-retractable tail wheel, the port side umbrella attachment fixtures, a flare tube on the starboard side replacing the vent, and most probably, a flat plate pilot head armor.

    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/R1/Trop 5./JG53
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop 6./JG53


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

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 6./JG53 El Aouina, Tunisia and Sicily January 1943
    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.


    The Tropical version had a sand filter for the supercharger, umbrella attachment points under the canopy on the port side, sand proofing rubber seals around hydraulic cylinders (not visible) and survival gear and a Kar98 rifle stowed in the aft fuselage (also not visible).


    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.


    Besides the sand filter, this aircraft had the port side umbrella attachment fixtures, a cockpit vent on boyh sides, a flat plate 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.


    Sound is by Lawdog2360


    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/Trop 6./JG53
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop 8./JG27


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

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 8./JG27 Rhodes, Greece February 1943
    Pilot: Oblt. Werner Schroer


    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.


    The Tropical version had a sand filter for the supercharger, umbrella attachment points under the canopy on the port side, sand proofing rubber seals around hydraulic cylinders (not visible) and survival gear and a Kar98 rifle stowed in the aft fuselage (also not visible).


    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.


    Besides the sand filter, this aircraft had the port side umbrella attachment fixtures removed, a cockpit vent both sides, a flat plate pilot armor and a fixed tail wheel with the wheel bay faired over.

    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/Trop 8./JG27
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop Stab/JG27


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

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: Stab/JG27 Bir-el-Abd, Tunesia November 1942
    Pilot: Hptm. Gustav Rodel ?


    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.


    The Tropical version had a sand filter for the supercharger, umbrella attachment points under the canopy on the port side, sand proofing rubber seals around hydraulic cylinders (not visible) and survival gear and a Kar98 rifle stowed in the aft fuselage (also not visible).


    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.


    Besides the sand filter, this aircraft had the port side umbrella attachment fixtures, a 2 piece curved top pilot head armor, no cockpit vent on the starboard side, and 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/Trop Stab/JG27
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

  8. #8

    Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop Stab/JG77


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

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/Trop
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: Stab/JG77 Comiso, Italy September 1943
    Pilot: Maj. Heinz Bar


    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.


    The Tropical version had a sand filter for the supercharger, umbrella attachment points under the canopy on the port side, sand proofing rubber seals around hydraulic cylinders (not visible) and survival gear and a Kar98 rifle stowed in the aft fuselage (also not visible).


    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.


    Besides the sand filter, this aircraft had a 2 piece curved top pilot head armor, cockpit vents on both sides, the port side umbrella attachment fixtures, 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/Trop Stab/JG77
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

  9. #9

    New Messerschmitt G-2/Trop's Posted by Design Team Daedalus

    Continuing fleshing out the Messerschmitt Bf 109 hangar
    Cheers,

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

  10. #10

    Niiiiccce!

    Thanks heaps!


    Cheers mav

  11. #11
    Thank you! So what's next? F-2, E-7...K-4?

  12. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Browncoat View Post
    Thank you! So what's next? F-2, E-7...K-4?
    The E-7 has already been posted

    http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...-Team-Daedalus

    Don't forget the G-4
    Cheers,

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

  13. #13
    Thank you! The desert camo skins are so great there is no word to describe them!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Kurt View Post
    The E-7 has already been posted

    http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...-Team-Daedalus

    Don't forget the G-4
    Maybe H-1?

  14. #14
    Great !!!



    ............Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/R1/Trop 5./JG53

    needs" dp " with underwing cannons .

  15. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by captain kurt View Post
    the e-7 has already been posted

    http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...-team-daedalus

    don't forget the g-4

    ..........g-4 , g-8 , g-12 , h , k-4 ????

  16. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by fani View Post
    Great !!!



    ............Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/R1/Trop 5./JG53
    needs" dp " with underwing cannons .


    I literally have no explanation for that. It still has the correct and functioning dp in my test setup, but not in the download zip. WTF?

    The download has been corrected. Thanks for catching it early.
    Cheers,

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

  17. #17
    Oh my, when will it end...

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    Team Daedalus,

    Outstanding job on these, it looks like a lot of campaign packs will need to be updated!
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    G Whizz!!!

    Superb work.

    Thanks Team,

    Stuart

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    Thanks very much for all the new Messerschmitts Team Daedalus - they look wonderful.

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    Many thanks Team Daedalus. Wonderful work and much appreciated!

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    Thank you

    Thank you Team Daedalus for these awesome planes, I have been collecting them with great pleasure, I love the previous sets too.

    The only thing that "saddens" me is that when I am on the ground or really close to the ground (like 20-30 meters) the spinners becomes like this.

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    When I am in flight everything is normal so I don't know why it's happening, maybe it happened to someone before? It's happening only with theFriedrich and the Gustav series (G-2, G-6, G-10 and G-14), the Emils don't have this "issue", it's not hampering the performance of the game but it's still a little bummer because those plane are so beautiful.

  23. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Ludo View Post
    Thank you Team Daedalus for these awesome planes, I have been collecting them with great pleasure, I love the previous sets too.

    The only thing that "saddens" me is that when I am on the ground or really close to the ground (like 20-30 meters) the spinners becomes like this.

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    When I am in flight everything is normal so I don't know why it's happening, maybe it happened to someone before? It's happening only with theFriedrich and the Gustav series (G-2, G-6, G-10 and G-14), the Emils don't have this "issue", it's not hampering the performance of the game but it's still a little bummer because those plane are so beautiful.
    That is very strange! I can't see anything like it on my 2 computers. It looks like a part hierarchy issue but I don't see that in the model or in the game.

    Is anyone else having this happening? Or anyone might know what the cause is? Please speak up here, thanks.
    Cheers,

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

  24. #24



    Not getting this issue... i'm still on win 7 .


    Cheers mav

  25. #25
    Thanks Team and Captain I love the paint work.

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