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Same here.....

I'ts the only reason why I go back to 1.5....

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yes please... Spit in a proper combat sim map!

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The Russian Christmas break would have had a great deal of effect on your "two weeks later" estimate.

 

Soon I would guess...

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I certainly am hoping for this Friday as well, can't wait to buzz Vegas in my Spit!

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Bear in mind, guys, that 1.5 is still the only known safe/good development sandbox for any new modules or additions to the DCS kernel, so everything is gonna start there. Nevada as its own standalone is still not even a Beta, so you gotta cut the devs a little (okay, ALOT) of slack, even though I too... am itching to get the Spitfire out to Echo bay, lol

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After flying over the Black Sea region map we have now, basically unchanged since, what... 2006? And then the rudimentary (by today's standards) black sea map in Flanker 4.0 - I think its safe to say we are ALL quite done out there, and never want to see Batumi again - I think I could fly from airfield to airfield in my sleep at this point LOL

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I think you just completely read that wrong... unfortunately.

 

As the title of the thread is Nevada, I think its likely that was what Wags was referring to.

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yeah, she sure is great in VR. They did a real fantastic job on her.

 

Now all we need is a WW2 North African campaign and were off! :D

 

In wonder if Yo-Yo could put some sand filters on the old girl. Hopefully once Normandy is released and the WW2 ground units become available I wonder if we could use them on the NTTR map for a North African scenario?

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be a different story when Normandy comes out, after that 1.5 gets deleted on my machine

 

If you have 1.5.6 it might be a good idea to keep it until the complete merger. I say this because when upgrading 2.xx, it usually transfers files from the 1.5.x beta into 2.x and thereby makes the upgrade faster as it doesn't have to download those files over the internet.

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If you have 1.5.6 it might be a good idea to keep it until the complete merger. I say this because when upgrading 2.xx, it usually transfers files from the 1.5.x beta into 2.x and thereby makes the upgrade faster as it doesn't have to download those files over the internet.

 

But don't you still have to download those files to keep 1.5 updated? So you aren't actually saving any download.

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Something "Fun" to experience for you Spit/Nevada drivers who also own the DCS P-51... You can Do The Fantastic Wags,Vegas Tour mission with your Spit.It's a great mission for this aircraft because she handles so well at low speeds.

Just copy your /Mods/Aircraft/p-51/Missions/quick start/vegas tour mission and paste into your mission folder,Open the mission and change the Mustang to The Spit:thumbup: Have FUN!!!

 

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Well, I genuinely enjoyed taking the spit for a spin around NTTR but... this flight model update has me pretty depressed. I feel like it was tweaked to satisfy whining customers, not to stick with realism... the plane almost never enters a snap roll no matter what you do, stalls and recovers all on its own like a Cessna, and now when doing takeoff/landing it allows absurd amounts of differential load (L-R main gear) in terms of lateral acceleration without going up on two wheels. Heck I even applied differential braking immediately after touchdown when landing too fast yesterday and it straightened right out like a... Cessna.

 

Kind of heartbreaking after the initial FM's difficult realism :(

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How do You know if initial version was more realistic or not ;) ? IF there was "initial version", 'cause I've just compared 1.5.5 with 1.5.6 / 2.0.5 ("Free flight" missions) and I don't see noticeable differences, which makes me believe there were no big changes (if any) made in beyond critical AoA regimes.

 

In 260-280 mph left turns, both versions snap roll immediately between 5 and 6 G, in right turns they sometimes do, sometimes don't. In fully developed power-off left spins both versions recover with controls centered after about two turns, in right spins the 1.5.5 recovers after about two-three, while 2.0.5 was more difficult, as it didn't recover at all in a few attempts I made (I had to use the left rudder eventually).

 

Not sure about ground handling, as I desperately try not to impose lateral accelerations. Takeoffs and landings are still equally tricky as before. Your description doesn't comply with my observations :D. Are You sure You didn't forget to click off auto-rudder in special options after installing the Spit in 2.0?

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