USSR - Air RB - Performance Guide

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Legend/terms:

*All air speeds are IAS (Indicated Air Speed)

*All speeds and climb times are on AEC with the obvious exception of “MEC Settings” section

*Speeds are recorded after AEC radiators fully settle/stabilize to ensure accuracy/consistency both at 100% and WEP.

*Map used is Berlin (15.1 Celsius) for all speed, climb and performance measurements. Smolensk and Sicily are only used to adjust cooling settings once cooling settings are found the plane performance is measured on Berlin to minimize variables.

General Chart Terms:

AEC: Auto Engine Control

MEC: Manual Engine Control

0Rad: MEC setting to Fully closed radiator (fastest plane can go with 0 radiator Drag)

Max Speed Alert: When red warning alert appears on speedometer.

Control Lock Speed: Where elevator/controls start to lock up.

Min Ideal Turn Speed: Minimum Speed in a flat turn without contrails (no flaps)

Min Stall Speed: The slowest a plane can travel without stalling (no flaps)

Max Temp Oil/Eng: Max temperature oil/ engine can get before turning yellow

Climb Speed: The airspeed that the climb tests were done at.

Max Kph: Shows 100% throttle max speed in level flight at given altitude

Time w/WEP: Shows climb to 1000M with WEP followed by top speed in level flight with AEC

Hp drop: The altitude where a steep drop off in horsepower begins

Notes: Notes are any extra info that applies with the following abbreviations:

(H): Aircraft runs hot

(FS): Aircraft has fuel starvation

(DC): Aircraft has Drogue Chute

(AB): Aircraft has airbrake

MEC settings:

Eng Mix: Engine mixture setting %. “-” in chart, means to leave mixture at default setting. If there is a different value, it will be clearly stated as a percentage. (This affects very few aircraft)

Prop Pitch: Prop pitch setting %. Prop pitch will be shown in short hand “Prop100” = (prop pitch 100%) Prop Pitch can also have a color-coded prop pitch setting according to map temperature. Use Color coded Air RB Map Temperature guide to ensure proper settings

Rad Setting Oil/ ENG: Radiator settings will be shown in short hand “Rad100/50” = (Radiator100%oil/50%water). Radiator settings are shown Cold/Moderate/HOT climate. they are color coded accordingly blue/green/Red. Use Color coded Air RB Map Temperature guide to ensure proper settings.

Super Charger 100/WEP: Elevation to shift super gears 100%/WEP while traveling at indicated airspeed. Almost all chart gear shifts are set at 280kph in the chart. Gear shifts dont need to be precise more than within 100M, shifting up too soon is generally worse than shifting up late.

*For some planes like early Spitfires Prop Pitch adjustments are included under Super charger Column . Super Charger gear shift altitudes listed are for the prop pitch listed in the chart. Example: prop pitch adjustments to 100% at 6000M will look like “P100@6000” under super charger column.

MEC/0Rad WEP Top Speed: Shows top speed Using WEP @ 1000M for MEC and 0Rad (0/0 Radiator) This is used to show how much drag effect the radiator has comparatively.

USSR - Air RB Performance Guide:

*Yak Tree in general:
*For all prop driven Yaks, If using AEC Cutting throttle to 96.4 on any map keeps engine cool and out of yellow. This is not an ideal option but if going to use AEC this is better than 100% throttle since it will destroy the engine rather quickly. Cutting throttle to keep engine cool had worst overall performance compared to MEC settings, significantly affecting climb rate by adding about 2-3 seconds per 1000M climb times.

Yak-1B, 7B, 9, 9B, 9T, 9K, 3, 3P: These planes benefit from MEC over AEC with better cooling. AEC radiators are incorrectly set to 111/111 Celcius instead of 109/109 Celcius causing the planes to overheat. Keeping Prop pitch at 100 preserves climb rate/acceleration but slightly lower top speed. Lowering prop pitch to 90 gives significant heat reduction, speed boost but generally adds about 1.2 seconds per 1000m to climb times.

Both options are outline for each plane to give best of both settings. Settings have been simplified as to not have to remember multiple settings. Use prop100 setting for better acceleration, use Prop90 setting for better speed. Prop90 settings are half the radiator of the Prop100 radiator settings are, reducing the need to remember multiple radiator settings.

*Lowering prop pitch to 90 gives significant heat reduction, speed boost but generally adds about 1.2 seconds per 1000m to climb times for aircraft listed above. Details below:

Details:
Yak-1B:
Engine hp drop around 3300M.
AEC:518/MEC:513/0Rad:531
Prop100 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 524 Kph (Cold)
Prop100 with Rad32/32 @ 1000M = 513 Kph (Mod)
Prop100 with Rad48/48 @ 1000M = 503 Kph (Hot)

Prop90 Super charger gear shift is 2000M.
Prop90 can be used to 3000M, then Prop100 should be used.
*Prop90 with Rad6/6 @ 1000M = 530 kph (Cold)
*Prop90 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 524 kph (Mod)
*Prop90 with Rad24/24 @ 1000M = 520 kph (Hot)

Yak-7B:
Engine hp drop around 3300M.
AEC:506/MEC:500/0Rad:517
Prop100 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 509 Kph (Cold)
Prop100 with Rad32/32 @ 1000M = 500 Kph (Mod)
Prop100 with Rad48/48 @ 1000M = 491 Kph (Hot)

Prop90 Super charger gear shift is 2000M.
Prop90 can be used to 3000M, then Prop100 should be used.
*Prop90 with Rad6/6 @ 1000M = 515 Kph (Cold)
*Prop90 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 509 Kph (Mod)
*Prop90 with Rad24/24 @ 1000M = 506 Kph (Hot)

Yak-9:
Engine hp drop around 3300M.
AEC:507/MEC:501/0Rad:517
Prop100 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 511 Kph (Cold)
Prop100 with Rad32/32 @ 1000M = 501 Kph (Mod)
Prop100 with Rad48/48 @ 1000M = 491 Kph (Hot)

Prop90 Super charger gear shift is 2000M.
Prop90 can be used to 3000M, then Prop100 should be used.
*Prop90 with Rad6/6 @ 1000M = 517 Kph (Cold)
*Prop90 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 511 Kph (Mod)
*Prop90 with Rad24/24 @ 1000M = 507 Kph (Hot)

Yak-9B:
Engine hp drop around 3200M
AEC:524/MEC:517/0Rad:535
Prop100 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 527 Kph (Cold)
Prop100 with Rad32/32 @ 1000M = 517 Kph (Mod)
Prop100 with Rad48/48 @ 1000M = 505 Kph (Hot)

Prop90 Super charger gear shift is 1800M
Prop90 can be used to 2900M, then Prop100 should be used.
*Prop90 with Rad6/6 @ 1000M = 534 Kph (Cold)
*Prop90 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 527 Kph (Mod)
*Prop90 with Rad24/24 @ 1000M = 521 Kph (Hot)

Yak-9T:
Engine hp drop around 3300M.
AEC:521/MEC:514/0Rad:533
Prop100 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 524 Kph (Cold)
Prop100 with Rad32/32 @ 1000M = 514 Kph (Mod)
Prop100 with Rad48/48 @ 1000M = 504 Kph (Hot)

Prop90 Super charger gear shift is 2000M.
Prop90 can be used to 3000M, then Prop100 should be used.
*Prop90 with Rad6/6 @ 1000M = 532 Kph (Cold)
*Prop90 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 525 Kph (Mod)
*Prop90 with Rad24/24 @ 1000M = 520 Kph (Hot)

Yak-9K:
Engine hp drop around 3300M.
AEC:508/MEC:501/0Rad:518
Prop100 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 510 Kph (Cold)
Prop100 with Rad32/32 @ 1000M = 501 Kph (Mod)
Prop100 with Rad48/48 @ 1000M = 492 Kph (Hot)

Prop90 Super charger gear shift is 2000M.
Prop90 can be used to 3000M, then Prop100 should be used.
*Prop90 with Rad6/6 @ 1000M = 517 Kph (Cold)
*Prop90 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 511 Kph (Mod)
*Prop90 with Rad24/24 @ 1000M = 507 Kph (Hot)

Yak-3:
Engine hp drop around 3100M.
AEC:559/MEC:552/0Rad:572
Prop100 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 564 Kph (Cold)
Prop100 with Rad32/32 @ 1000M = 552 Kph (Mod)
Prop100 with Rad48/48 @ 1000M = 541 Kph (Hot)

Prop90 Super charger gear shift is 1500M.
Prop90 can be used to 2800M, then Prop100 should be used.
*Prop90 with Rad6/6 @ 1000M = 571 Kph (Cold)
*Prop90 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 564 Kph (Mod)
*Prop90 with Rad24/24 @ 1000M = 559 Kph (Hot)

Yak-3P:
Engine hp drop around 3100M.
AEC:554/MEC:547/0Rad:566
Prop100 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 558 Kph (Cold)
Prop100 with Rad32/32 @ 1000M = 547 Kph (Mod)
Prop100 with Rad48/48 @ 1000M = 537 Kph (Hot)

Prop90 Super charger gear shift is 1500M.
Prop90 can be used to 2800M, then Prop100 should be used.
*Prop90 with Rad6/6 @ 1000M = 565 Kph (Cold)
*Prop90 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 559 Kph (Mod)
*Prop90 with Rad24/24 @ 1000M = 553 Kph (Hot)

Yak-9U, Yak-9P, Yak-9UT: These planes benefit from MEC over AEC overall. These planes run notably hotter than other. AEC radiators are incorrectly set to 111/111 instead of 109/109 causing the planes to overheat. AEC mismanages the radiator where WEP does little or actually makes performance worse. Prop90 has about the same climb rate as prop100 with better speed while keeping the engine much cooler. Prop90 can be used to 4500M, then Prop100 should be used. MEC settings allow for prolonged WEP use. Keep speed above 300-330kph to prevent overheating. Engine hp drop around 4900M.

Details:
*Adding 4/4% to chart radiator can help with extra cooling at -2/-2WEP kph.
*Adding more than 8/8% to chart radiator settings is generally not necessary for cooling.
*MEC settings allow for prolonged WEP use, whereas AEC turns instantly orange.
*Setting radiator to Rad100/100 with WEP had worse climb than not using WEP at all with chart settings.
*Yak-9U runs slightly hotter than other two versions and radiator is adjusted accordingly

*For reference only Prop100 Supercharger gear shifts:
3000/2600

Yak-3U: This plane benefits from MEC over AEC overall. Top speed increase of over 20kph. AEC has chaotic radiator behavior. This plane gets significantly hotter the lower it goes and the faster it goes. Under 2600M the plane will start to heat up quickly. It is an option to use Prop90 under 2600M for much better cooling and better top speed (+2/+3 kph) at the cost of adding +2/+2 seconds per 1000M of climb. Prop90 can be used to 2600M, then Prop100 should be used. Engine hp drop around 4900M.

*Radiator can be completely closed above 3000M and stay cool.

Details:
AEC:599/MEC:620/0Rad:620
Prop100 with Rad4/4 @ 1000M = 590/620WEP Kph (Cold, Mod, Hot)

*This plane shares many characteristics of the La-7
*Prop100 with Rad8/8 @ 1000M = 587/616WEP Kph (additional cooling option up to 2600M)
*Prop100 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 581/610 Kph (additional cooling option up to 2600M)

I-16 type 27: You can set this to Rad -/100 at all times since there is no perceivable drag produced from radiator. Lowering prop pitch does not help performance, leaving at Prop100 is recommended. Climb is done at 280kph but due to the high amount of drag of this aircraft a lower speed to climb at is suggested, even 270kph has significant better results in climb times. Engine hp drop around 4200M.

I-185 (M-82), (M-71): These planes run notably hotter than others and prop pitch was lowered to Prop90, making heat manageable at the cost of, approx, 3 seconds added to every 1000M climb. You can still set to Prop100 on initial climb with Rad100/100 for max climb rate and then adjust to Prop90 with Base Rad setting for rest of game to get best of both worlds. The engines on these get hotter as you go higher/faster with temperatures peaking at between 5500-5700M. Generally, set and forget the MEC settings for these planes except for where stated at high alt.

Details:
I-185 (M-82):
*Engine hp drop around 5900M.
*Set to Prop100 and ½ mixture (Mix30) above 7400m to extend ceiling.
*For reference only, Prop100 supercharger change (4100/2900M).

I-185 (M-71):
*Engine hp drop around 5300M.
*Set to Prop100 and ½ mixture (Mix30) above 6800m to extend ceiling.
*For reference only, Prop100 supercharger change (3400/1800M).

I-225: This plane benefits from MEC over AEC overall. Rad settings are generally set and forget. Lowering to Prop90 has a significant cooling effect for extended WEP use but offers little to no speed increase (-2/+0 Kph). Climb rate with WEP is almost identical with Prop90 (+2/0) per 1000M added climb time. Prop90 can be used to 8300M, then Prop100 should be used. Engine hp drop around 8900M.

Details:
*Set ½ mixture (Mix30) above 6500m to extend ceiling.

LaGG-3-66: This plane benefits from MEC over AEC overall. Rad settings are set and forget since airspeed seems to have little to no effect on cooling. This plane has better climb in addition to better speed and cooling with Prop85 setting. super charger gear shift is 1800 regardless of prop pitch setting between Prop80-100. Mix should be lowered by ½ to MIX30 above 6800M to extend ceiling. Engine hp drop around 3100M.

La-5, La-5F: These planes benefit from MEC ove AEC overall. Prop90 was much cooler, better top speed (La-5: +5/+3 Kph) (La-5F: +5/+5 Kph) and had same climb rate as Prop100. Prop90 can be used to 5800M, then Prop100 should be used. These planes get significantly hotter the lower they go and the faster they go. Under 1700M the plane will start to heat up quickly. Engine hp drop around 5800M.

*Super charger gear shifts and Hp drop are the same for Prop100 and Prop90.
*Radiator can be completely closed above 1700M and stay cool.
*There is no need to go above Rad0/4 to keep aircraft cool on cold maps.

Details:
La-5:
AEC:508/MEC:530/0Rad:531
Prop90 with Rad0/4 @ 1000M = 498/531WEP Kph (Cold) (Infi-WEP)
Prop90 with Rad4/4 @ 1000M = 497/530WEP Kph (Mod, Hot)

  • Prop90 with Rad8/8 @ 1000M = 496/529WEP Kph ((Mod, Hot) (additional cooling option)
  • Prop90 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 494/528WEP Kph ((Mod, Hot) (additional cooling option)

La-5F:
AEC:515/MEC:540/0Rad:541
Prop90 with Rad0/4 @ 1000M = 506/541WEP Kph (Cold) (Infi-WEP)
Prop90 with Rad4/4 @ 1000M = 505/540WEP Kph (Mod, Hot)

  • Prop90 with Rad8/8 @ 1000M = 504/538WEP Kph ((Mod, Hot) (additional cooling option)
  • Prop90 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 503/537WEP Kph ((Mod, Hot) (additional cooling option)

La-5FN, La-7,La-7B-20: These planes get significantly hotter the lower they go and the faster they go. Under 2700M the plane will start to heat up quickly. It is an option to use Prop90 under 2700M for much better cooling and slightly better top speed (La5FN: +2/+4 kph) (La7, 7B-20: +0/+4 kph) at the cost of adding about +2/+2 seconds per 1000M of climb. Prop90 can be used to 2700M, then Prop100 should be used. Engine hp drop around 5100M.

*La-7, La-7B-20 do not control stiffen like the La-5FN.
*Radiator can be completely closed above 3000M and stay cool.
*For Rad settings on cold maps below, adjust oil radiator values to maximum of 8 to keep it cool.

Details:
La-5FN:
AEC:549/MEC:556/0Rad:557
Prop100 with Rad4/4 @ 1000M = 529/556WEP Kph (Cold, Mod, Hot)

For Rad settings on cold maps below, adjust oil radiator values to maximum of 8 to keep it cool.
*Prop100 with Rad8/8 @ 1000M = 527/554WEP Kph (additional cooling option)
*Prop100 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 524/551WEP Kph (additional cooling option)

La-7,La-7B-20:
AEC:592/MEC:600/0Rad:601
Prop100 with Rad4/4 @ 1000M = 572/600WEP Kph (Cold, Mod, Hot)

For Rad settings on cold maps below, adjust oil radiator values to maximum of 8 to keep it cool.
*Prop100 with Rad8/8 @ 1000M = 569/598WEP Kph (additional cooling option)
*Prop100 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 565/594WEP Kph (additional cooling option)

La-9: This plane gets significantly hotter the lower it goes and the faster they go. AEC will not open the radiator at all when WEPing causing the engine to overheat. Under 2600M the plane will start to heat up quickly. It is an option to use Prop90 under 2600M for much better cooling and slightly better top speed (+0/+1 kph) at the cost of adding about +1.5/+1 seconds per 1000M of climb. Prop90 can be used to 2600M, then Prop100 should be used. Engine hp drop around 5100M.

*Radiator can be completely closed above 3000M and stay cool.

Details:
AEC:632/MEC:631/0Rad:632
Prop100 with Rad4/4 @ 1000M = 593/631WEP Kph (Cold, Mod, Hot)

For Rad settings on cold maps below, adjust oil radiator values to maximum of 8 to keep it cool.
*Prop100 with Rad8/8 @ 1000M = 590/627WEP Kph (additional cooling option)
*Prop100 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 585/621WEP Kph (additional cooling option)

*Premium planes:

Hurricane Mk IIB: This plane benefits from MEC over AEC overall. Engine hp drop around 5900M.

I-153P: You can set this to Rad -/100 at all times since there is no perceivable drag produced from radiator. Climb is done at 280kph but due to the high amount of drag of this aircraft I would suggest a lower speed to climb at. Engine hp drop around 4800M.

I-16 type 28: You can set this to Rad -/100 at all times since there is no perceivable drag produced from radiator. Lowering prop pitch does not help performance, leaving at Prop100 is recommended. Climb is done at 280kph but due to the high amount of drag of this aircraft I would suggest a lower speed to climb at, even 270kph has a significant better result in climb times. Engine hp drop around 4700M.

P-39K-1: This plane benefits from MEC over AEC overall. Engine hp drop around 4400M.

Yak-9M: This plane benefits from MEC over AEC with better cooling. AEC radiators are incorrectly set to 111/111 instead of 109/109 causing the planes to overheat. Keeping Prop pitch at 100 results in a cool engine, preserves climb rate/acceleration but slightly lower top speed. Lowering prop pitch to 90 gives significant heat reduction, speed boost but generally adds about 1-1.5 seconds per 1000m to climb times. Engine hp drop around 3100M.

*Both options are outlined to give best of both settings. Settings have been simplified as to not have to remember multiple settings. Use prop100 setting for better acceleration, use Prop90 setting for better speed. Prop90 settings are half the radiator of the Prop100 radiator settings are, reducing the need to remember multiple radiator settings. Engine hp drop around 3100M.

*Lowering prop pitch to 90 gives significant heat reduction, speed boost but generally adds about 1-1.5 seconds per 1000m to climb times for aircraft listed above. Details below:

Details:
AEC:537/MEC:530/0rad:551.
Prop100 with Rad12/12 @ 1000M = 541 Kph (Cold)
Prop100 with Rad32/32 @ 1000M = 530 Kph (Mod)
Prop100 with Rad48/48 @ 1000M = 519 Kph (Hot)

Prop90 Super charger gear shift is 2000M.
Prop90 can be used to 3000M, then Prop100 should be used.
*Prop90 with Rad6/6 @ 1000M = 548 kph (Cold)
*Prop90 with Rad16/16 @ 1000M = 542 kph (Mod)
*Prop90 with Rad24/24 @ 1000M = 536 kph (Hot)

P-47D-27: This plane benefits from MEC over AEC overall. Prop80 should be used up to 8800m then raised to Prop90. Setting to Prop80 allows plane to fly with Rad0/0 settings, increases top speed, and climb. Mixture should be set to Mix82 giving extra horsepower, mixture should be lowered at 10000m to ½ (Mix41) to extend ceiling. Engine hp drop around 9300M/8800WEP.

ITP (M-1): This plane benefits from MEC over AEC overall. This plane runs notably hotter than others and prop pitch was lowered to Prop65 , with little or no loss to climb/acceleration and making heat manageable compared to Prop70. Mixture should be set to Mix72 giving extra horsepower. Prop65 can be used to 6400M, then Prop70 should be used. Prop70 is the max prop pitch that can be used without destroying the engine. WEP has little to no effect above 7000m. Engine seems to get hotter the faster the plane travels. MEC settings are mostly set and forget. Engine hp drop around 6400M.

Yak-3 (VK-107): This plane benefits from MEC over AEC overall. This plane runs notably hotter than others. AEC radiators are incorrectly set to 111/111 instead of 109/109 causing the plane to overheat. AEC mismanages the radiator where WEP does little or actually makes performance worse. Prop90 has about the same climb rate as prop100 with better speed while keeping the engine much cooler. Prop90 can be used to 4500M, then Prop100 should be used. MEC settings allow for prolonged WEP use. Keep speed above 300-330kph to prevent overheating. Engine hp drop around 4900M.

*WEP has little to no effect above 6000m. Adjust mixture to ½ (Mix30) above 6700m.

*For reference only Prop100 Supercharger gear shifts:
2900/2500

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First off, I want to above all thank those of you in the community for constructive criticism, suggestions and ideas that made this guide what it eventually became. with that out of the way, I wanted to give an update to what the future looks like for this guide. Unfortunately, I will not be updating it moving forward, for several reason which I will go into in more detail here.

The changing of flight models by the developers with no notice or announcement to the players is incredibly disruptive and irresponsible. It will silently get players killed in game never knowing that their plane has been changed. in addition, instead of updating the chart as needed, I would literally have to recheck every single plane periodically just to make sure Gaijin didnt change something without telling anyone. This is exactly what they did with almost every single Japanese fighter at the beginning of the year,

In addition to helping players understand their aircraft better, the guide was also meant to highlight some issues found with aircraft performance so they might be adjusted by Gaijin. Examples of this are planes marked with an (H) in the aircraft notes overheat and have auto radiator settings that need to be adjusted. The yak fighter line is good example of this, where the radiators are incorrectly set to 111 Celsius when they should be set to 109 Celsius where the plane actually overheats. This issue is still present in game even after I tried to contact gaijin with this information with a technical moderator and they never responded.

After months of the previous version of this guide being in the Realistic battles section of the forums, a forum moderator decided to move all the charts into machinery of war. This was the same area where historical flight data was and created alot of confusion. It also scattered the guide in several different areas making it less organized. I tried to contact the moderators to put it back under RB at which point they refused. I wont get into more details about it, but in the end had to redo the whole guide in a very specific way because of this delaying the completion of the guide

I’ve tried to help make Air RB a better experience by providing knowledge and tools to better help players get into flying which the learning curve is pretty steep. I’ve also shown where there are things that could be easily fixed and made suggestions in that regard. Unfortunately, the lack of transparency of the developers making flight model changes, the lack of addressing the issues I found in testing, and the negative experience with the forum moderators I don’t see the purpose in providing a guide for a game that wants to willfully stay broken or less than what it could be.

Best,
MOBB

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