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neoqb, Albatros DVa is much slower than your published stats

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#1 gavagai

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 19:14


Indeed, I just tested it myself at about 75m altitude and did no better than 170km/h (radiator closed just to be sure). Your own published stats show a speed of 186km/h for the Albatros DVa, FYI. The best TAS for the Albatros DVa is supposed to be at sea level.
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#2 ImPeRaToR

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 19:33

I just tried it myself, simple gauges, no wind, warmed up engine. I had about 170km/h at 40m in any direction (in case wind is still on) with full fuel and full ammunition. But I believe lefty actually said that the speed was changed from 167 to 170 so the only question is why the description says otherwise.
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#3 gavagai

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 20:12

One or the other is off, but 186km/h is the airspeed I've seen published from a variety of different sources for the DVa's max TAS.
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#4 MattM

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 20:26

There is also another thread about this:

Yes, the DVa (and Albatros DIII) are way too slow. I send Petrovich a private message before the release of update 1.008 (late october), he said he would increase that in 1.009 and according to Lefty, they did "increase" (i don't see a difference, maybe 2-3 kph but can't tell from simple gauges) the maximum speed to 170 kph, which is still about 15 kph too slow.

I've no idea why they didn't set that to a realistic value, but whatever. I mean they must know that we don't make a 6-7 page long thread about a 2-3 kph too slow plane. It's a serious problem, probably the biggest FM problem in ROF right now, imho.
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#5 Marco_._

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 21:56

just checked

Alb DVa -> max speed (level flight) 170kmh
Alb DIIIa -> max speed (level flight) 173kmh

BUT in their store in description say Alb. Dva max speed was 186 kmh…also various infos from the net are around that number….
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