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1 hour ago, 76.IAP-Blackbird said:

The pit mesh itself is borrowed from the exterior model

And that is a good way to start cockpit...

just saying...if someone is making some other Su.. 

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Uhhhhh, i'm reading this message until today, sorry i have been out for a while...

We have several Sukhois on the table waiting for our most valued asset TIME, you can count Su-24, Su-25 among them, and who knows, if we can make an Su-7 family too... 

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Can't wait to get behind a Sukhoi 😜

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Hallo Guys, we are ready with a bunch of planes, but we would like to release them wit ha proper pit and not with a place holder. 

The pits are already in development by a very talented guy, known as "Logan" here at CA, the guy behind the upcoming Mirage 4K, im in contact with him. The progress is steady.

Here we have the newest member of the Fitter family, reworked the details for the early version, Tailsection was rearranged too. The skin is done by my good friend Enoc

 

 

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Very, very, very nice!!!! Are you guys working on a M2 as well?

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On 7/20/2018 at 1:07 PM, Pepelev said:

Very, very, very nice!!!! Are you guys working on a M2 as well?

Well, take a look here, Su-17M2:

 

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Aaaaand if you were wondering...

Su-22

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More over, Su-22 for Peru with israeli modifications

 

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1 hour ago, FLOGGER23 said:

Well, take a look here, Su-17M2:

 

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Aaaaand if you were wondering...

Su-22

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More over, Su-22 for Peru with israeli modifications

 

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I'm loving it 😁😁

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Great work so far guys.  So great, I'm subscribing to the thread!

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I'm loving how  this is looking guys!!

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We are currently taking down this bird, and we plan to make it fly again, on your PC ....

Systems are looking good, cleaning the pit, fill it up and it is ready to go

two weeks

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Can't wait to be AIM-9 bait!  Maybe I'll get lucky and just have to dodge an AIM-9X that'll fail over Syria... and that War Party Rhino driver won't have an AMRAAM left!  Any and all references to the latest air-to-air kill 100% intentional:

 

Or unlucky and my foe is a Tomcat driver who is too used to missiles missing.

In any event, I am stoked to see realistic Fitters join SF2!  THANK YOU!

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You should be scared by the lurking Flankers in your airspace ... US pilots seem to run when they see those birds :cool:

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1 minute ago, 76.IAP-Blackbird said:

You should be scared by the lurking Flankers in your airspace ... US pilots seem to run when they see those birds :cool:

Send 'em.

I can't wait to mix it up with a Flanker.  The Flanker series has my Amernadian respect but I gotta say I'm confident in a Rhino I can deal with a Flanker or a J-15 easy.

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Since IM STILL LEARNING max, i´m trying to simplify polys on this beast, a long way still but... 

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Guys, i had a major problem with my PC last weekend. One of my HDD's started to click and run unsmooth. After removing it, the PC refused to boot. I've got some cryptic stuff on my screen and a "beep"... that's it ... dead...

Windows wasn't even on the removed HDD, but the PC refuesed to fire up windows ....

So, im back online with Win 10, 8 GB less RAM (one of my two was broken too) and a brand new HDD.
Let me reactivate Max and im should be back asap.

Guys BACK UP YOUR SHIT!!!!!! I have 2 backups of my work to safe it from getting lost in digital black hole of destroyed hardware ... 

 

BACK UP YOUR SHIT!!!!!!

BACK UP YOUR SHIT!!!!!!

BACK UP YOUR SHIT!!!!!!

 

 

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Does somebody know the serial numbers of the iraqi Su-20 / Su-22 ?

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i have them, all, wait for me to and i'll send them, need the decals too?

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