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Messerschmitt Bf-109 G-6 RHAF (fixed - final)

22.7k BMilan  1.2 years ago

Messerschmitt Bf-109 G-6 RHAF

Note:
This is now the final upload. Landing gears are fixed and work perfectly.
I also added two lights in the cabin (not shown on the screenshots) to indicate if the landing gears are retracted or extended

Hey everyone, it's been a while since I last uploaded a plane... or anything at all. I was/am pretty busy with my university studies, but I decided to sit down and put together a little build before the New Year, so enjoy! :D
This is a Messerschmitt Bf-109 Gustav-6 of the Royal Hungarian Air Force from WWII.

History

In WWII, Hungary (the Kingdom of Hungary back then, despite not having an actual monarch) was part of the Axis powers. As such, it had to help Germany in its conquest against the Soviet Union. The Hungarian military had very poor numbers and especially poor, outdated equipment. Because of this, Hungary started to produce German designs, such as the Messerschmitt Bf-109's Gustav subversion (The G-6 to be exact) in the city of Gyor. Hungary not just produced these but also used some of them in its airforce. This build is a replica of one of those planes.

Now let's talk about my build:

The plane features accurate size, authentic camo and decals, somewhat worked out cockpit with a gunsight and a functioning pilot inside. That's right, I did the same thing as with my Willy's MB Jeep, the little guy inside actually moves like he is controlling the plane.

Controls:

Pitch-Roll-Yaw - Plane controls
VTOL - Flaps
Trim - vertical adjustment
Cockpit view and CAM1 - both are the pilot's view



Well that would be it, I hope you'll enjoy this little build.
Have fun and Happy New Year!

General Characteristics

  • Successors 3 airplane(s)
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 31.5ft (9.6m)
  • Length 29.4ft (9.0m)
  • Height 10.8ft (3.3m)
  • Empty Weight 5,637lbs (2,557kg)
  • Loaded Weight 9,339lbs (4,236kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.267
  • Wing Loading 11.7lbs/ft2 (57.1kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 798.2ft2 (74.2m2)
  • Drag Points 2100

Parts

  • Number of Parts 287
  • Control Surfaces 8
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    @BMilan :D

    10 months ago
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    22.7k BMilan

    @Jerba Sure, here it is >>link<<

    10 months ago
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    657 Jerba

    Can I get a link to the bomber in the first photo

    +1 10 months ago
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    22.7k BMilan

    @Pilot72 Köszi, örülök, hogy tetszik. Esetleg még ajánlom figyelmedbe Takicraft-ot, Ő is magyar és kegyetlenül jókat épít, bár őt nem tudom h War Thunderezik-e. :D

    10 months ago
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    @BMilan Végre valaki aki magyar, tud jól angolul, játszik War Thunderrel, és Simple Planes-ezik is. Mintha magamat látnám :D Amúgy nagyon jó lett!

    +1 10 months ago
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    1,596 SovietPride

    @BMilan ah

    11 months ago
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    22.7k BMilan

    @SovietPride almost the same. Hungary in ww2 used BF-109s, mainly its G variants (G-2, G-4, G-6, G-10, G-14). In War Thunder, since hungary (unfortunately) doesn't have its own tech tree, they added a hungarian BF-109 to the italian tree as a premium. But that is a G-2 variant, while my build is a G-6 variant.

    11 months ago
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    1,596 SovietPride

    Looks like the Italian 109 G2 or am i mistaken and this the same plane
    https://static.warthunder.com/upload/image/!%202019%20NEWS/08%20August/Bf109/968bf-109g-2hungary_f27df8ff90626f33a0402786913f9aa3.jpg

    11 months ago
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    127 struvki

    this is a great flyer and very well constructed, when i failed to land it it started rolling but non of the wings broke witch is pretty amazing

    11 months ago
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    429 RigJig

    BRUH

    1.1 years ago