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thudGroup CaptainJoined: Apr 19, 2007Posts: 419Article subject: Stuka aid please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 05:53 PM

I"m presently trying the new "I./StG 77 in the Balkans" project whichhas good briefings (small error in the "project.ini" file as all videos areactually in * Missions/Campaign/DE/Balkan_StG77/but I intend that"s great for the civilization who do not watch films, althoughI thought the intro film was pretty good) and also as usual tbelow are a fewthings I can not figure out. I simply did a quick search and couldn"t findanything, so have the right to anyone suggest me to a link (or explain) how to collection thebomb release depth in a Stuka. Plus any various other tips appropriate for adive-bombing n00b.I"ve watched the in-game Stuka tutorial many type of times, and I will certainly of coursebe watching it aobtain soon, so no should cover anything clearly statedin that! Thanks in advance to any and all who reply (oh, and also I alreadyhave actually mapped butlots for the Dive Brake plus I mapped a button rightalongside it for the Bomb Release which is around as much as I"ve gained in the direction of Stuka expertise). --- Thud

SchlippoFlight SergeantJoined: Apr 01, 2008Posts: 61Location: MassachusettsMessage subject: Stuka aid please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 07:45 PM

Ooh, some experienced Stuka advice would certainly be excellent. I always seem to hit the dive brake too beforehand, and then the bomb ends up releasing itself or something. :/I"m a fighter pilot who moonlights in ground assault squadrons!
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Post subject: Re: Stuka help please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 07:57 PM

Hi males,im sure their will be someone out their who will certainly provide you a full rundown of just how to execute it yet heres a quick guide.i dont use auto release or set my alltitude i just do it or i know just how and also it functions a treat,1) line up via your targain so that it will appear in the floor window in between your legs and also inline with you red target line.2) after it has dissapeared roll your aircraft inverted.3)hit your dive brakes and also throttle to 04)line your Gunsight through your targain and release when you feel you have the right to pull up safely yet hit your targain accuratly.5)re-tract dive brakes and throttle up and away!Like i sassist their is a lot even more to it to execute it correctly however this is simply a quick overview that works for me, hope it helps.

SchlippoFlight SergeantJoined: Apr 01, 2008Posts: 61Location: MassachusettsMessage subject: Stuka assist please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 08:10 PM

I didn"t know there was an auto-release choice. I guess that"s why my bombs drop themselves. How carry out i get rid of it?
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Article subject: Re: Stuka aid please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 08:53 PM

Hi men, not going to also pretend to be an professional on the Stuka, but tbelow are a series of excellent tutorial posts on IL2 by a gentleman called "Dart" on the SimHQ page.This is his write-up on dive-bombing:Dart"s Tutorial on Dive-BombingIf you go to the major SIMHQ web page and also navigate to the "Aviation & Air Combat Corner" tbelow are the web links for every one of his posts on IL2 air combat. Tright here is some great advice there and also the display screen shots are fairly useful.I did obtain to wbelow I could drop an egg on a line of vehicles through the Ju-87 a lot of of the time after analysis these pointers.Salute!MudPuppy
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4H_CcrashhGroup CaptainJoined: Feb 28, 2008Posts: 415Message subject: Re: Stuka assist please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 08:53 PM

You have to initially examine your bombsight controls. From the major game food selection go to controls:
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Scroll dvery own to the area for Bombsite and also Gunsight controls. Set the tricks you want to usage to change the Bombsight altitude. (I have actually mine set to number pad 1 and also 7)
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NOTE:When level battle (HE-111 B-25 ect) this is the number you put in to the computer bombsight for the altitude your going to be level battle from.For the Stuka, it sets the altitude that your Stuka will certainly release the bomb and also automatically pull out. For instance if your cruising at 4000 meters, and you collection the bombsight altitude for 1000 meters:You roll over into the dive, open dive brakes (siren starts) and also hold the target in the reticle. At 1000 meters the bomb will certainly release instantly, The dive brake will instantly retract (siren will certainly stop) and also the plane will automatically pull out of the dive. You turn on the dive bomb auto release feature (stuka only) by opening the dive brake. (which is another manage detailed in the control food selection, it"s listed as the AIRBRAKE )If you desire to manually dive bomb without the auto release / auto pullout , you collection the bombsight altitude to zero. In this method be sure to cshed the dive brake after pull out. They will not cshed autmatically. Hope this helps..
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SchlippoFlight SergeantJoined: Apr 01, 2008Posts: 61Location: MassachusettsBlog post subject: Stuka help please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:26 PM

lochnagarGroup Captain
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Joined: May 31, 2007Posts: 480Location: Pictou county, Nova Scotia
Article subject: Stuka assist please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:41 PM

simply as a side note the Stuka actually had an auto bomb and also recuperate mode. It helped the pilot manage all the functions of a dive (from prop pitch to radiator grills) and also ensured a pull out from the dive in situation of g-forces resulted in the pilot to babsence out. It was brought in with the Bertha version after a number of fatalitites withthe Anton series.
KatalinaPilot Officer
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Article subject: Stuka help please!Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 01:07 AM

Great connect tright here, MudPuppy, and also nice details CcrashH and lochnagar.Thats what I favor about this site- helpful well informed members via a passion for the topic.Keep up the excellent work, lads
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Message subject: Re: Stuka aid please!Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 03:28 AM

I NEVER usage a manual bomb release in a stuka unmuch less I"m skip bombing. I simply collection the bomb drop altitude in the bomb sight controls & the auto-drop is triggered as soon as I roll over & put the dive brakes on as I begin the dive. The great point around the stuka is that it will certainly immediately pull out of the dive after the bomb is dropped. Don"t you just love German innovation
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thudGroup CaptainJoined: Apr 19, 2007Posts: 419Message subject: Re: Stuka aid please!Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 06:27 AM

MudPuppy wrote:
there are a collection of excellent tutorial posts on IL2 by a gentlemale named "Dart"
He"s my man, I learned pretty much everything I recognize around gunsightsand targetting from him. He"s gained a southerly drawl and a taste for Polka.I additionally learned pretty much eexceptionally beneficial point I understand around ground andfirearms assault from him too. Very fine films.
MudPuppy wrote:
I did gain to wbelow I can drop an egg on a line of vehicles via the Ju-87 a lot of of the time after analysis these pointers.
Thank you very a lot for suggesting SimHQ. Some great stuff tright here froma male referred to as Chunx as well as some others whose names I forgain. --- S!
thudGroup CaptainJoined: Apr 19, 2007Posts: 419Post subject: Re: Stuka help please!Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 06:41 AM

4H_Ccrashh wrote:
You need to initially check your bombsight controls.
Thank you, give thanks to you, give thanks to you. I knew (in basic terms) the stuff thatLochnagar points out, however I had no principle exactly how it functioned in exercise. I feel abit much better about having established the dive brake currently. I can"t imagine(well, at the moment anyway) ever wanting to manually release bombs.It"s difficult sufficient locating the tarobtain when inverted, let alone dealing withthe truth that it is broadening and also appears to be approaching at the rate oflight. I erected a quick mission, and also happily videotaped a track when I oncemanaged to hit my target. But it have to have been luck (or maybe I cheatedand slowed the time down fairly a lot), bereason it all appears impossibleconsidering that then.Live long and prosper --- Thud
thudGroup CaptainJoined: Apr 19, 2007Posts: 419Message subject: Re: Stuka help please!Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 06:49 AM

lochnagar wrote:
just as a side note the Stuka actually had actually an auto bomb and recuperate mode. It assisted the pilot control all the features of a dive (from prop pitch to radiator grills) and also also ensured a pull out from the dive in case of g-forces resulted in the pilot to black out. It was lugged in through the Bertha model after a variety of fatalitites withthe Anton series.

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I"m pretty sure that"s why I have actually the Bomb Release button right by theDive Brake button, as I am certain I have done the very same point. Or maybeit"s because it all happens so quick that you can"t look ameans from the screento attempt and also find another button. I did actually recognize this, and it all makesperfect sense from my experience. In fact, it all happens so quickly thatI forget to swear in Gerguy. --- Thx
56RAF_SeekerAir Cadet Grade 2Joined: Feb 19, 2007Posts: 11Article subject: Stuka assist please!Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2008 11:25 AM

BeaufighterOn the finding out curveJoined: May 22, 2008Posts: 3Blog post subject: Stuka assist please!Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:43 PM

Sort of Seeker... the D-5 and also 88 have actually the very same, Stuvi, sight, but the sight on the Berta is a simple gunsight. Going right dvery own that is excellent sufficient. Can"t recall if the D/88 have actually the auto release - I think not - as I"ve been flying Bertas so a lot recently (functioning on a Poland also campaign).The game auto approach has been defined well sufficient over. In the real Stuka the divebrake led to a significant nose up trim readjust, so a tab on the elevator was attached to the divebrake and also acted to respond to this trim change (in game you gain a net nose dvery own trim change). The altimeter was collection a lot choose you perform in game, just the warning horn came on, as a warning, 600 m above release altitude. When the horn went out at the set altitude the pilot pressed the bomb release and that tab on the elevator returned to neutral, for this reason leading to the nose up trim adjust that brings you out of the dive. The pilot then retracted the divebrake, just prefer you need to in game.I suspect the bomb drop is automatic in game as a method of acquiring all the bombs to go at when. Pressing the bomb release in game constantly drops simply one bomb (or pair), making this automatic was a method around that and provides the choice of all bombs at as soon as or individual releases, either of which can be done in the genuine Stuka, just not in fairly the same means.oh, and I"ve resolved my c*ck-up with the movie route name in the variation now available

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