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Does anyone have or is there a Harrier in the works? Just wondering as it would be a good addon a/c for SF:P1

 

Thanks. BTW...Great site and a great sim. :D

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Gary great to see ya here,everyone this is the guy who is the CO of the v8th USAAF at bombs-away so if you fly B-17ii let him know,anyways,not at rthe present time...check skunkworks for alot of the planes being worked on,and the campains.

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Guest Ranger332

iF IT IS THEY ARE KEEPING IT TO THEM SELFS HEARD NOTHEING----as of yet

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Thanks Ranger.

 

And Rusty, aren't you burning the candle a both ends? Props and Jets. LOL Good to see you around buddy, someplace at least. Long time no hear. Send me the link again for the 95th web site by email. I lost it in my PC crash.

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strike fighters doesnt support Thrust vectoring YET

 

it does support Thrust angles but you cant adjust them in flight.

 

we tried inporting an AH-64D Apache but all it does is go up and Down. :)

 

once thrust vectoring is incorporated for the coppers we can import a harrier..

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Guest Ranger332

let me try tha apach and see what i can do saw the prob onec in MS/CFS2.

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OK, thanks guys. I was just wondering as the Harrier was from that era also. I can understand the problems with the thrust vectoring. Not all of our joysticks would support it as most of us only have throttle control and no way probably to do the thrust vectoring.

 

But it sure would be cool if it did work somehow.

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Maybe the problem can be solved by the flaps.

I have used the FS2002 Harrier before and it uses the flaps instead of thrust vectoring.

That's means the thrust moves when the flaps are downed.

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Maybe the problem can be solved by the flaps.

I have used the FS2002 Harrier before and it uses the flaps instead of thrust vectoring.

That's means the thrust moves when the flaps are downed.

 

Where's the realisim there??

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Maybe the problem can be solved by the flaps.

I have used the FS2002 Harrier before and it uses the flaps instead of thrust vectoring.

That's means the thrust moves when the flaps are downed.

 

MAGIC FLAPS!! :lol:

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Guest Ranger332

ANY STICK THE IS PROGRAMABLE WILL DO AND REMBER WE HAVE KEYBORAD MAPPING HERE PPL,SO A STICK WOULDENT BE A PROBLEM

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