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Mirage F1M_SFP1


Dassault Mirage F1M

 

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Este modelo integra una parte del programa de modernización de los Mirage F1 españoles, los cuales fueron denominados F1M, el modelo se basa en el Mirage F1C-200 francés de column5.us, usado con el permiso de su autor. Pensado para el reemplazo de viejos Mirage F1 del SFP1, el modelo incluye, nuevo sistema Head Up Display (HUD), no tan diferente al del F1 CT, un sistema de contramedidas AN/ALE 40 dispensador de chaff y bengalas integrados al avión (esto elimina los viejos pods de contramedidas electrónicas Phimat) y el skin perteneciente al C14 español.

 

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This model integrates a part of the modernization of Mirage F1 Spaniards, who were called F1M, the model is based on the Mirage F1C-200 French column5.us, used with permission of the author. Designed for replacement of old Mirage F1 SFP1, the model includes new system Head Up Display (HUD), not so different from F1 CT, a system of countermeasures AN / ALE 40 chaff dispenser and integrated flares on the plane (this removes old electronic countermeasures pods Phimat) and skin belonging to the Spanish C14.

 

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Disculpen por el ingles, soy latino.


 

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disable the "auto speed" canopy. Switch to manual animation key, or just "turn it off"

typical fault of aircraft NOT updated after the 2008 patch

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