1- pull extra fuel tank
2-activate the turn of the rear landing gear to taxi
Before spreading, kill your nose up
Chronologically it was built before the Bf-109G-10 due to delays in the development of the DB-605D. It was an attempt to standardize the production and repair of fighters due to the large number of factory options and variants that existed for the Bf-109, which prevented a higher speed production of these much-needed fighters for the Reich Defense.
Bf-109G-14 initials: DB-605A and DB-605AM engine, Erla Haube cockpit, wooden rudder, new oil pump with cooling intake in the root of the right boss of the MG-131 machine gun bolt . The R-1, R-2, R-3, R-6 could be used. They were used by JG-1, JG-3, JG-7, JG-11, JG-27, JG-53 and JG-300.
Bf-109G-14AS: The DB-605AS engine was installed, which had a larger diameter compressor, so it took advantage of improving the aerodynamics of the MG-131 machine gun bolts with a new, more harmonious design. the general lines of the aircraft. The antenna for the FuG-16ZY radio was installed under the left wing and the diameter of the air intake of the oil pump was increased. They were used by JG-4, JG-6, JG-27.
Credits to my friend Franco Pollak from Argentina
- Bearclaw189 10 months ago
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- Wingspan 60.7ft (18.5m)
- Length 55.9ft (17.1m)
- Height 19.5ft (6.0m)
- Empty Weight -195,263lbs (-88,570kg)
- Loaded Weight 21,794lbs (9,885kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 1.856
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.206
- Wing Loading 23.3lbs/ft2 (113.7kg/m2)
- Wing Area 935.8ft2 (86.9m2)
- Drag Points 12939
- Number of Parts 363
- Control Surfaces 8