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SAS~Anto

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Re: Sabre FM Discussion
« Reply #12 on: June 12, 2011, 09:22:35 AM »

Just a heads up to everyone. Wolf has been working hard and has made some tweaks based on the data presented. The update to UP3 this week and hopefully the new SAS buttons will include these FMs for testing. Just a quick summary:

- F-86K performance corrected. Engine power increased, to give correct rate of climb, acceleration and ceiling height. In addition turn performance has been improved
- Sabre air brakes revised. They are less powerful than before and now can be safely deployed below 300kmh without stalling (allowing for use on landing approach)
- MiG air brakes revised
- A few other tweaks which Wolf is probably best to explain
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Re: Sabre FM Discussion
« Reply #13 on: June 12, 2011, 09:28:18 AM »

Sounds like this will be well recieved :) 'combat airbraking'/undershooting could now be more possible.
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Re: Sabre FM Discussion
« Reply #14 on: June 12, 2011, 11:31:20 AM »

Just a heads up to everyone. Wolf has been working hard and has made some tweaks based on the data presented. The update to UP3 this week and hopefully the new SAS buttons will include these FMs for testing. Just a quick summary:

- F-86K performance corrected. Engine power increased, to give correct rate of climb, acceleration and ceiling height. In addition turn performance has been improved
- Sabre air brakes revised. They are less powerful than before and now can be safely deployed below 300kmh without stalling (allowing for use on landing approach)
- MiG air brakes revised
- A few other tweaks which Wolf is probably best to explain
thanks for the news, its much liked.
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