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Strike Fighters 2 Expansion Pack 2

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from fakeb00k pix description :

 

Lightning F.1 and F.6

Canberra B.2 and B.6 ( AI only kites)

F-100C

C-47A with silver skin (AI )

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)(*&^%$#@@!!!! And I just finished DOING that damn NM skin for the Skytrain, too!!! Well, at least I can reuse the decals ini!!! :cool:

 

and it's still missing the de-icer boots

 

wrench

kevin stein

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It will be for SF2E' date=' but it'll contain "bonus contents" for SF2 and/or SF2I if you have them merged :) ...like the Saudi/Kuwaiti Lightning F.53 for mercenary campaign ;)[/quote']

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Tail, engine, wings have differences between C/D Huns.

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I hope the Starfighter will return as a stock flyable in one of the upcoming expansion packs. Then my top 3 favourite jets will be available as stock.

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Finally an F-100C!

 

YYYYYYYYEEEEEEEEESSSSS :clapping: :clapping: :clapping: :clapping: :clapping: It's has been overdue in years.

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how true, considering everybody and their brother-in-law flew Skytrains at one time or another!!! On the upside, TK's control surface fabric looks MUCH better than mine!! :rofl: Never could quite get the hang of it!

 

wrench

kevin stein

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bwild: in our ever present SF2 Knowledge Base, this thred might be of some interest

 

http://combatace.com/topic/57393-flyable-f-104s-for-sf2/

 

wrench

kevin stein

 

I have had them flyable for some time thanks to your instructions, currently doing some Dutch skins for them. But I was hoping for new SF2 style cockpits.

Edited by bwild

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Is C any different to D in performance?

 

It depended on the engine it was. Eventually the C models and D's had the same engine.

 

 

The first few F-100Cs were powered by the J57-P-7, rated at 9700 lb.s.t. dry and 14,800 lb.s.t. with afterburner. This engine was soon replaced on the production line by the J57-P-39 with similar rating. However, most F-100Cs (from the 101st machine and onward) were powered by the J57-P-21, an upgraded version of the J57-P-7. The -21 was rated at 10,200 lb.s.t. dry and 16,000 lb.s.t. with afterburner. This engine provided more thrust at higher altitudes, and increased the speed at altitude by about 40 mph and reduced the time to climb to 35,000 feet by about ten percent.

 

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F-100C?? Where is the difference to the D visualy?

From wikipedia (the quality reference tool that it is...) :lol:

 

F-100C

Seventy Model NA-214 and 381 Model NA-217.[18] Additional fuel tanks in the wings, fighter-bomber capability, probe-and-drogue refueling capability, uprated J57-P-21 engine on late production aircraft. First flight: March 1954; 476 built.

 

F-100D

Single-seat fighter-bomber, more advanced avionics, larger wing and tail fin, landing flaps. First flight: 24 January 1956; 1,274 built.

 

Dels

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a C-47, this will bring many skins...

 

already collecting data

 

You say it Sony, and the Canberra B.2 too.

Can be easy made flyable (addapting Kesselbruts Cockpit)

Can´t wait to do some

high rez skins for it. Already got a lot of data collected. :drinks:

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