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Messerschmitt BF-109 G-2

60.8k Uchanka  25 days ago

Guten Tag!

Tropical version Here(umbrella included)


Special thanks to @JS01 for quality photos and suggestions
Also thanks to SPMC boys(DerVito and FairFireFight) for suggestions!


Controls:

  • Cam1 for cockpit view
  • AG1 to enable nav lights
  • VTOL for flaps

    1. 0-25% standard flight setting

    2. 50% take off flaps

    3. 75-100% Landing flaps, increased drag for landing deceleration.

  • standard plane controls(WASD, Throttle)

Description:

The Messerschmitt BF-109 was a fighter made in Germany during WW2. This is the G-2 variant which includes better engine and comes equipped with 20mm MG151/20 gun pods.


Replica Features

  • Realistic mass and scale(1:1)
  • Realistic wing loading and wing area
  • simplified but functional cockpit with gunsight
  • camouflage scheme(Russia camouflage)

Armaments:

  • 2x 7.92mm MG17 machine guns
  • 1x 20mm MG151/20 Motorkanone
  • 2x 20mm MG151/20 cannons mounted on gun pods

Photo Gallery:

Photos by @JS01





Builder's notes

Somehow, this plane has higher take off speed than the real one for some reason I can't find. I even increased the wing area and reduced its gross weight but this still persists.


Happy hunting!

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General Characteristics

  • Successors 1 airplane(s) +63 bonus
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 31.8ft (9.7m)
  • Length 31.3ft (9.5m)
  • Height 11.1ft (3.4m)
  • Empty Weight 5,259lbs (2,385kg)
  • Loaded Weight 6,677lbs (3,029kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.269
  • Wing Loading 37.3lbs/ft2 (182.0kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 179.1ft2 (16.6m2)
  • Drag Points 1204

Parts

  • Number of Parts 565
  • Control Surfaces 7
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    Yeah lol @Uchanka

    3 days ago
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    60.8k Uchanka

    @INTERCEPTOR2021 those damn snowflakes can't accept history. Anyway it's just for historical accuracy, nothing more.

    +1 4 days ago
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    SimplePlanes is the only game where u can use a swatiska without getting banned, which is good because it makes historical replicas more accurate

    +2 4 days ago
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    2,415 Biro

    @Uchanka i mean, put a engine on the nose of the plane, to help pitch the plane

    +1 10 days ago
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    60.8k Uchanka

    @Biro the engine is fine, maybe its weight

    11 days ago
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    bf 10-great

    11 days ago
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    2,415 Biro

    To solve the takeoff problem, use a engine, with .1 max and high power multiplier, and put this in input: Throttle>0.5 & AltitudeAgl<4

    12 days ago
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    This isn’t related to the creation but whoever sees this I hope you have a great day

    +1 16 days ago
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    60.8k Uchanka

    @MulletMan001 @ZWLenning thanks!

    20 days ago
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    6,186 ZWLenning

    This has to be one of the first 109s I've seen on this site with a rear fuselage that doesn't arch massively, good job!

    +2 20 days ago
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    beautiful replica

    +1 20 days ago
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    @Uchanka your welcome dude

    21 days ago
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    60.8k Uchanka

    @Andrewlcasas thanks dude!
    @Shippy456 indeed it looks beautiful

    21 days ago
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    60.8k Uchanka

    @MisterT eyy thanks for the engine, and suggestions! Also, the wing rip physics is intentional, for realistic behavior on high speed

    21 days ago
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    4,349 Shippy456

    The Bf-109, regardless of origin or context of creation, is an awesome marvel of engineering, and looks quite attractive.

    +1 21 days ago
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    51.5k MisterT

    Wow ! I just noticed you can loose wings with critical speed !

    +1 21 days ago
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    Hi Unchanka Ithink i think this the new age for your builds huh :)
    but i like this plane very much

    +1 21 days ago
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    51.5k MisterT
    +1 21 days ago
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    51.5k MisterT

    Ok, after a few test, finally the speed is good. I can send you a realistic engine I made for my spit soon, I used FT formulas with the propeller pitch to simulate the loss of energy during climb. You also can add lookBackTranslation = 0.15,0 in the CameraVantage tab of your camera, this will give you a better visibility when you look back.

    +1 21 days ago
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    60.8k Uchanka

    @MisterT thanks for great feedback!

    21 days ago
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    51.5k MisterT

    Very nice build ! Good part efficiency. The flight model is good, I agree with ChiChiWerx except on two points : You should add at least damperMultiplier = 3000 on each rotators the camera is attached to to smooth a bit the camera movements, and the plane is way too fast ! I was flying 600km/h with no dive, at sea level, 60% Throttle, and full fuel load. Also with such a constant high speed, the Pitch rate is too high. Other than that it's a very good build, congrats !

    +1 21 days ago
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    60.8k Uchanka

    @MrACEpilot bruh?

    21 days ago
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    👎👎👎

    21 days ago
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    60.8k Uchanka

    @ChiChiWerx thanks for great feedback! Well, this was my first attempt on this plane yet I've proposed this build to do several times before but lose motivation everytime I proposed to.

    22 days ago
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    27.5k ChiChiWerx

    A very good rendition. I really like how you employ a little sleight of hand on the build itself to overcome some of the difficult bits, such as the junction between the rear fuse and the canopy glass...you also included the slope on the sides of the canopy, the bullet channels, even that spinner, which may not exactly match the prop, but is close enough to be virtually unnoticeable...very nice attention to detail. Flight dynamics are outstanding, it’s not hyperactive, but it is responsive enough. The only things I noticed is that it doesn’t lose as much energy in turns as I would expect. Roll rate is as I would expect; IRL the Gustavs onward were fairly heavy in roll, as in, stick forces were high. Too bad there’s probably no great way to emulate that in SP. The performance numbers are close, the climb is a little fast, so is top speed at altitude, but it’s not ridiculously off in any way. I kinda like the vibration effect, though it’s a little more than what I would have used, interesting effect overall, though. Very nice work.

    +1 22 days ago
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