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

I"m right now trying the new "I./StG 77 in the Balkans" campaign whichhas good briefings (small error in the "campaign.ini" paper as all videos areactually in * Missions/Campaign/DE/Balkan_StG77/but I intend that"s an excellent for the world who don"t clock films, althoughI thought the intro film to be pretty good) and as usual there room a fewthings i can"t figure out. I just did a fast search and also couldn"t findanything, so have the right to anyone suggest me to a link (or explain) just how to set thebomb relax depth in a Stuka. Plus any other tips proper for adive-bombing n00b.I"ve watched the in-game Stuka tutorial plenty of times, and also I will certainly of coursebe watching the again soon, for this reason no must cover anything explicitly statedin that! many thanks in breakthrough to any and all that reply (oh, and also I alreadyhave mapped buttons for the Dive Brake plus ns mapped a switch rightnext to it because that the Bomb release which is about as much as I"ve acquired towards Stuka expertise). --- Thud

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

Ooh, some experienced Stuka advice would certainly be good. I always seem to hit the dive brake as well early, and also then the bomb ends up releasing itself or something. :/I"m a fighter pilot that moonlights in ground strike squadrons!
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Post subject: Re: Stuka aid please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 07:57 PM

Hi guys,im certain their will be someone out their who will provide you a complete rundown of just how to carry out it but heres a fast guide.i dont usage auto relax or collection my alltitude i simply do the or i understand how and it works a treat,1) line up v your target so that it will appear in the floor window between your legs and inline v you red target line.2) after it has actually dissapeared role your aircraft inverted.3)hit her dive brakes and throttle come 04)line her Gunsight v your target and release once you feeling you deserve to pull up safely however hit your target accuratly.5)re-tract dive brakes and throttle up and away!Like i stated their is a lot more to it to do it properly yet this is simply a fast guide that functions for me, hope it helps.

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

I didn"t know there to be an auto-release option. Ns guess that"s why my bombs drop themselves. Just how do i remove it?
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Post subject: Re: Stuka help please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 08:53 PM

Hi guys, not going to also pretend to be an professional on the Stuka, however there are a collection of good tutorial short articles on IL2 through a gentleman called "Dart" top top the SimHQ page.This is his write-up on dive-bombing:Dart"s tutorial on Dive-BombingIf you walk to the key SIMHQ page and navigate come the "Aviation & air Combat Corner" there room the links for all of his articles on IL2 wait combat. There is some good advice there and the display shots are quite helpful.I did obtain to whereby I could drop one egg on a heat of vehicles through the Ju-87 most of the time after analysis these pointers.Salute!MudPuppy
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4H_CcrashhGroup CaptainJoined: Feb 28, 2008Posts: 415Post subject: Re: Stuka help please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 08:53 PM

You require to first check her bombsight controls. From the main game menu go to controls:
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Scroll under to the section for Bombsite and Gunsight controls. Collection the secrets you want to use to adjust the Bombsight altitude. (I have mine collection 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 come the computer bombsight because that the altitude your going to it is in level bombing from.For the Stuka, it sets the altitude that your Stuka will release the bomb and automatically pull out. For instance if her cruising in ~ 4000 meters, and also you set the bombsight altitude because that 1000 meters:You role over into the dive, open dive brakes (siren starts) and hold the target in the reticle. In ~ 1000 meters the bomb will certainly release automatically, The dive brake will immediately retract (siren will certainly stop) and also the plane will automatically pull the end of the dive. You revolve on the dive bomb auto release role (stuka only) by opening the dive brake. (which is an additional control detailed in the regulate menu, it"s detailed as the AIRBRAKE )If you want to manually dive bomb there is no the auto relax / auto pullout , you collection the bombsight altitude come zero. In this method be sure to near the dive brake after pull out. They will certainly not nearby autmatically. Expect this helps..
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SchlippoFlight SergeantJoined: Apr 01, 2008Posts: 61Location: MassachusettsPost subject: Stuka aid please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:26 PM

lochnagarGroup Captain
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Post subject: Stuka assist please!Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:41 PM

just together a side note the Stuka actually had actually an auto bomb and also recover mode. It aided the pilot regulate all the functions of a dive (from prop key to radiator grills) and additionally ensured a pull the end from the dive in situation of g-forces caused the pilot to black color out. The was lugged in v the Bertha model after a variety of fatalitites withthe Anton series.
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Post subject: Stuka assist please!Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 01:07 AM

Great attach there, MudPuppy, and nice info CcrashH and lochnagar.Thats what i like around this site- useful well notified members through a enthusiasm for the subject.Keep increase the good work, lads
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Post subject: Re: Stuka aid please!Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 03:28 AM

I never ever use a hand-operated bomb relax in a stuka unless I"m skip bombing. Ns just collection the bomb fall altitude in the bomb vision controls & the auto-drop is activated as soon as I role over & put the dive brakes on as I start the dive. The great thing around the stuka is that it will automatically pull out of the dive after ~ the bomb is dropped. Don"t you just love German modern technology
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thudGroup CaptainJoined: Apr 19, 2007Posts: 419Post subject: Re: Stuka aid please!Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 06:27 AM

MudPuppy wrote:
there room a collection of good tutorial short articles on IL2 by a gentleman called "Dart"
He"s my man, i learned quite much every little thing I know around gunsightsand targetting native him. He"s got a southern drawl and a taste for Polka.I additionally learned pretty lot every advantageous thing ns know around ground andguns strike from that too. Really fine films.
MudPuppy wrote:
I did obtain to whereby I can drop an egg ~ above a heat of vehicles through the Ju-87 most of the moment after reading these pointers.
Thank you really much for suggesting SimHQ. Some great stuff there froma guy referred to as Chunx and some others who names ns forget. --- S!
thudGroup CaptainJoined: Apr 19, 2007Posts: 419Post subject: Re: Stuka help please!Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 06:41 AM

4H_Ccrashh wrote:
You require to an initial check her bombsight controls.
Thank you, give thanks to you, say thanks to you. Ns knew (in basic terms) the ingredient thatLochnagar points out, yet I had no idea just how it functioned in practice. I feel alittle much better about having figured out the dive brake now. Ns can"t imagine(well, in ~ the moment anyway) ever wanting to manually relax bombs.It"s hard sufficient locating the target once inverted, allow alone handle withthe truth that it is expanding and also seems to it is in approaching in ~ the speed oflight. I set up a quick mission, and also happily recorded a track once I oncemanaged come hit my target. However it must have actually been happy (or perhaps I cheatedand slowed the moment down fairly a lot), since it all appears impossiblesince then.Live long and also prosper --- Thud
thudGroup CaptainJoined: Apr 19, 2007Posts: 419Post subject: Re: Stuka assist please!Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 06:49 AM

lochnagar wrote:
just as a side keep in mind the Stuka actually had an auto bomb and recover mode. It helped the pilot regulate all the functions of a dive (from prop pitch to radiator grills) and also ensured a pull out from the dive in instance of g-forces caused the pilot to black color out. That was brought in v 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 switch right by theDive Brake button, as I am certain I have actually done the same thing. Or maybeit"s since it every happens so quick that girlfriend can"t look far from the screento try and find an additional button. Ns did actually recognize this, and it every makesperfect sense from mine experience. In fact, it all happens so quickly thatI forget to swear in German. --- Thx
56RAF_SeekerAir Cadet great 2Joined: Feb 19, 2007Posts: 11Post subject: Stuka aid please!Posted: satellite Jul 19, 2008 11:25 AM

BeaufighterOn the discovering curveJoined: might 22, 2008Posts: 3Post subject: Stuka assist please!Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:43 PM

Sort that Seeker... The D-5 and also 88 have the same, Stuvi, sight, however the vision on the Berta is a an easy gunsight. Going right down the is an excellent enough. Can"t remind if the D/88 have the auto relax - i think no - as I"ve to be flying Bertas so much recently (working top top a Poland campaign).The game auto method has been explained well sufficient above. In the actual Stuka the divebrake caused a significant nose up trim change, therefore a tab top top the elevator was linked to the divebrake and also acted to counter this trim readjust (in video game you acquire a network nose under trim change). The altimeter was collection much choose you execute in game, just the warning horn come on, together a warning, 600 m above release altitude. When the horn went the end at the collection altitude the pilot pressed the bomb release and also that tab top top the elevator returned to neutral, for this reason causing the nose up trim adjust that brings you out of the dive. The pilot climate retracted the divebrake, similar to you need to in game.I doubt the bomb fall is automatically in game as a way of gaining all the bombs to go at once. Pushing the bomb relax in game always drops simply one bomb (or pair), making this automatic was a way around that and gives the option of every bombs at once or individual releases, one of two people of which could be excellent in the real Stuka, just not in quite the same way.oh, and also I"ve resolved my c*ck-up v the movie course name in the version now available

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