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Karabas-Barabas

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Yak-7 without razorback
« on: March 17, 2011, 12:20:12 PM »

Standard fighter cocpit VVS RKKA 1943

Yak-7 without razorback more than 4000 from all 6400 Jak-7 (Jak-7UTI and Jak-7V, Jak-7, Jak-7A, Jak-7B)
5120 Jak-7 with M-105PF

Jak-7 43 (~25-3x series Novosibirsk plant N 153 and ~10 series Moskow plant N 82), max speed 514 +-2-3 km/h - 570 km/h
Jak-7 autumn 43-44 (~40-50 series plant N 153 and ~20 series plant N 82), max speed 531 +- 2-3 km/h - 580 km/h
(in game Yak-7BPF =  22 series (first N 22-41) plant N 153 and 1 series plant N 82)

ver. for 4.10
http://www.nullwar.com/ftp/test/Yak-7B_Late_410.7z (875 kb)
new link:
http://www.mediafire.com/download/7puuz9ezb18tkmd/Yak-7B_Late_410.7z

http://www.nullwar.com/ftp/test/fmyak7_410.rar
For a new dl link see reply #31 attachment here!


3D model and FM based Yak-9

ver. for 4.08/4.08 (FM for diffmmod)
http://www.nullwar.com/ftp/test/fmyak7_409.rar
For a new dl link see this posts attachment below!

fix 25.04.2011
http://www.nullwar.com/ftp/DT/yak7fix.rar
For a new dl link see this posts attachment below!

Jabo & Karabas-Barabas
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Gaston

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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2011, 04:03:55 PM »

Thank you very much !

That's nice, Karabas ! The more Russian planes, the best it is ! Just a question : what do I do with the buttons+7B file ? where to put it ?
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Karabas-Barabas

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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2011, 04:28:18 PM »

...: what do I do with the buttons+7B file ? where to put it ?

rename button and copy Il-2_folder\MODS\STD\gui\game\
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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #3 on: March 17, 2011, 04:49:42 PM »

OK ! Thank you !
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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2011, 05:37:29 PM »

Wouldn't the Yak-7B bubbletop be heavier than the Yak-9?
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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #5 on: March 18, 2011, 07:46:40 AM »

The buttons file included in the download is much smaller than the current buttons file. So I surmise that the download buttons does not contain all the new aircraft available for Il-2 so far.

Concurrently I surmise that the newest buttons, while much larger, does not seem to contain necessary entries for these new mods.

This because neither of the 2 buttons, the latest SAS 8.3, nor the included version in the download, seem to work with this mod.

Any chance of newer buttons being available?
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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #6 on: March 18, 2011, 09:25:58 AM »

Aah, interesno! I have a previous Yak-7 bubbletop mod, but it has only 1 version of the a/c. This mod has 2.

K-B, why is there such a difference between the "late" version and the "last" version of the 7B bubbletop? Were production methods improved?
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Karabas-Barabas

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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #7 on: March 18, 2011, 12:32:46 PM »

Wouldn't the Yak-7B bubbletop be heavier than the Yak-9?

The fuselage of late Jak-7 and early Jak-9 and Jak-9D was identical, differences in a design of a wing and arms.
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Karabas-Barabas

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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #8 on: March 18, 2011, 12:34:25 PM »

K-B, why is there such a difference between the "late" version and the "last" version of the 7B bubbletop? Were production methods improved?

Yes, improvements were brought in each new series.
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mandrill

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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #9 on: March 18, 2011, 03:21:16 PM »

Wouldn't the Yak-7B bubbletop be heavier than the Yak-9?

The fuselage of late Jak-7 and early Jak-9 and Jak-9D was identical, differences in a design of a wing and arms.

But the internal structure of the Yak-7 was wooden and was heavier than the aluminum structure of the Yak-9, no?
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Karabas-Barabas

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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #10 on: March 18, 2011, 03:37:34 PM »

But the internal structure of the Yak-7 was wooden and was heavier than the aluminum structure of the Yak-9, no?

Jak-9 and Jak-7 had the same fuselage.
Because Jak-9 is Jak-7DI

Jak-1, Jak-7, Jak-9, Jak-3 had an identical design of a fuselage and identical geometry, because a basis at them it I-26:
http://vif2ne.ru/smf/forum/gallery/Megas/000006D0B0174277/get

Metal fuselage post-war Jak-9 and Jak-3 had only, it absolutely other planes.
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Re: Yak-7 without razorback
« Reply #11 on: April 17, 2011, 11:41:00 PM »

Karabas i'm sorry in reality they do have a difference between Yak3 and 9 and 7 as well as the 7Di same goes for their wings and lots of little details and internals. For a model maker maybe but to built them in reality it's an whole different world.
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