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About b00ce

  • Birthday 08/02/1991

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  • Flight Simulators
    DCS, ArmA 3
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    STA 282
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  1. Excellent news! The same helicopters mentioned in the OP? Or have there been changes in direction? :thumbup:
  2. We power it up and have to run a BIT so the computer knows certain components are installed and to account for drag with regard to fuel calculations in the flight plan. We always turn the volume down though.
  3. Still sounds like that to this day in Mike model Blackhawks.:thumbup: Everyone hates it, but I think it sounds endearing.
  4. I remember reading that BST plans on implementing APR-39 in the Huey at some point (It has the fairings on the outside and a spot on the dash to boot), is this still the case? If so and you guys need reference, I found a really good video that shows some of the symbology and what the annunciator sounds like. One thing to note that isn't mentioned in the video, the proximity to the center is not distance, but threat priority. Tighter in on the threat ring is more dangerous, irrespective of distance.:thumbup:
  5. I'd say that's got a pucker-factor of black-hole/10.
  6. I had an approximately 10 FPS reduction when I turned SLI off.
  7. I have 2 GTX-980s and I get 45-50 FPS in Georgia. Not sure what my GPU utilization is though.
  8. Belsimtek is apparently planning on making an AH-1W once they finish the Mi-24p.
  9. If the Mi-8 and Huey are any indication, I don't think its unreasonable to say that something like an MD500 or S70i (Export UH60M) will do equally well. Especially since both would be able to equip a bunch of different weapons, and/or serve as a troop transport. There are a bunch of people salivating over the CH-53 that RAZBAM (I think it was) teased a while back. And that's a dedicated heavy transport with no real offensive capabilities.
  10. I think a run of the mill UH60M would be best, it has a glass cockpit, can be outfitted with rescue hoists, FLIR*, refuel probe* and has the capability of using just about any weapon you can hang from the ESSS pylons, in addition to Volcano mine dispenser. Also the S70i is almost identical to the mike in every way, so information should be relatively freely available. *requires some airframe modification, nothing a check box can't fix.
  11. The UH60A/L is being sold on the civilian market. With the exception of certain systems, like the APR-39 and AAR-57 (which the corresponding systems are emulated in the A-10C and F-15), it should be fairly easy to get documentation.
  12. And have options to add/remove wire-cutters and Chaff/Flares without needing weapon mounts.
  13. They're still working on multi-crew, as Pocket said, but that's more in the lane of ED; and if I remember right they're also working on getting Engine TGT to have an effect as well.
  14. A UH-60A/L/M would be amazing, but I'm incredibly biased. The fact that it can mount all manner of guns/missiles/rockets is an added bonus.
  15. I understand what you're saying. However, I don't think its a problem and it does not bother me one bit that the rotor blade shadows in the game don't look exactly as my eyes see them in the real life. If you want to get this picky, then the rotor blades look nothing like I see them when I'm flying; they look like how a camera would see the bur. You're looking down a very deep rabbit hole my friend.
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