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Update 02.05.2013 (1.29.62.0)FM Update


Zeros
 
A6m2, A6m5, A6m3, A6m3_mod22, A6m5ko 
 
Wingprofile recalculated
StabAngle changed
focus points corrected
 
A6M-2: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 450 km/h at SL, 531 km/h at 4000m
Max climb rate: 18.75 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 13.75 sec
 
A6M-2 USA: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 450 km/h at SL, 531 km/h at 4000m
Max climb rate: 18.75 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 13.75 sec
 
A6M-2N: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 369 km/h at SL, 434 km/h at 3800m
Max climb rate: 16.3 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 14.6 sec
 
A6M-3: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 475 km/h at SL, 527 km/h at 2600m and 563 km/h at 5900m
Max climb rate: 21.4 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 14.9 sec
 
A6M-3 Type 22: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 475 km/h at SL, 527 km/h at 2600m and 565 km/h at 5900m
Max climb rate: 20.6 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 14.3 sec
 
A6M-5: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 483 km/h at SL, 534 km/h at 2600m and 571 km/h at 5900m
Max climb rate: 20 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 15.9 sec
 
A6M-5 Ko: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 483 km/h at SL, 534 km/h at 2600m and 571 km/h at 5900m
Max climb rate: 20 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 16.2 sec
 
 
 
B-25
right wheel stuck when on taxi for takeoff has been fixed 
 
 
 
 
YAKs
 
Yak-1B: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 531 km/h at SL, 592 km/h at 4100m
Max climb rate: 16 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 18.5 sec
 
Yak-3: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 570 km/h at SL, 644 km/h at 4100m
Max climb rate: 19.6 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 17.5 sec
 
Yak-7B: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 514 km/h at SL, 570 km/h at 3650m
Max climb rate: 15.2 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 20.5 sec
 
Yak-9T: tuned to have this performance:
Max speed: 533 km/h at SL, 597 km/h at 3930m
Max climb rate: 16.9 m/sec
Virage time at 1000m: 19 sec
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Yaks were slower or faster before?

 

This. Can we have the previous stats to compare? I really don't remember every plane. Comparison would be sweet.

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EVEN BETTER? maybe they should implement MUCH less engine power to the yaks like it was if im not totally mistaken?

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The flight models for HB & FRB aspire to be historically accurate, not "buff/nerf please".

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Thanks Trojan, Borsisych, Peril and the whole team for continuing hard work at first.

 

Also thanks for the improved information flow (I asked the german forum Q+A question to give detailed information about FM changes ... so you did)

 

To the posters above:

There is no nerfing/buffing by changing flight characteristics or damage behaviour. All this is done as accurate to historical information coming by technical design patterns. Legendary stories or Youtube vids are no source of information ...

 

Please be also aware, that russian planes surely weren't superior in WWII, but in Arcade mode some disadvantages could disappear so that they seem to be superior. So there is no stall and sometimes no energy loss. THAT'S NOT THE FM, IT'S MORE LIKELY THE ENGINE BEHAVIOUR IN ARCADE.

Beside some planes may fly like UFO due to missing FM, but not sure which planes (Chaika? Ishak?).

 

Please test these planes mentioned above in HB before whining about FM. :-)

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Ahh yay. I stalled on the Japs cus i heard the Zeros were terabad. I'll be working on the japs again! Thanks!

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Wasn't the YAK 9T overpowered??
I mean if you have a big cannon, you should be slower by carrying that big cannon don't you think?
or at least having problems with turning or whatever...

 

Sure, if the armament is the only thing changed on the aircraft, then it would make sense for it to be heavier and the flight characteristics would change accordingly. However, that is if the armament is the only thing that was changed, which it wasn't. 

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Thanks for that.

 

I just took the A6M3 out for a ride...  :Os  8/s  Peril, you created a monster!

 

 

It rolls at least as well as it did pre-1.29. And everything else... Buhahahaha.

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The flight models for HB & FRB aspire to be historically accurate, not "buff/nerf please".

 

Agree, but tier placement for MM must be also historically accurate then (which is not in case of yaks).

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An American fix would be great, a number of planes that need a FM fix, part of the reason the Historical games are so imbalanced is because the FM for the US planes are under-performing so badly.

 

nice! great job Gaijin, haven't tried the patch, downloading now. yeah next to be fix should be USA. expect continuous support from us.

 

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Very good response to our (I believe constructive) criticism about lack of detail in FM patch notes, Trojan!

 

I feel much more positive knowing the team is continually trying to do better as time goes by.  :yes:

 

And to all those wondering, yes the Yak 9-T DOES have those exact top speed characteristics IRL.  

 

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