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Really doing my damndest to put GBU-40s on the Gripen.  First, let me show you why:

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With that for inspiration first, I programmed this loadout in the JAS39_LOADOUT.INI:

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[Small Diameter Bomb Self-Escort]
Loadout[01].WeaponType=IRIS-T
Loadout[01].Quantity=1
Loadout[02].WeaponType=IRIS-T
Loadout[02].Quantity=1
Loadout[04].WeaponType=Meteor
Loadout[04].Quantity=1
Loadout[08].WeaponType=Meteor
Loadout[08].Quantity=1
Loadout[11].WeaponType=GBU-40
Loadout[11].Quantity=4
Loadout[11].RackType=BRU-61
Loadout[16].WeaponType=GBU-40
Loadout[16].Quantity=4
Loadout[16].RackType=BRU-61
Loadout[21].WeaponType=LiteningIII
Loadout[21].Quantity=1
Loadout[22].WeaponType=Gripen_Tank
Loadout[22].Quantity=1

Second, I went into the JAS39_DATA.INI and made a few changes:

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[Station11]
SystemType=WEAPON_STATION
StationID=11
StationGroupID=3
StationType=EXTERNAL
AttachmentPosition=-1.833,-0.80,-0.44
AttachmentAngles=0.0,-0.05,0.0
EjectVelocity=0.0,0.0,-5.0
LoadLimit=1250
AllowedWeaponClass=BOMB,LGB,EOGB,MER,TER,TLR,LGR,EOGR,FT,ARM,ASM,ATR,DLP,NP
AttachmentType=SWEDEN,NATO,USAF,UK,USN,ISRAEL
ModelNodeName=L_PylonIn
PylonMass=72.58
PylonDragArea=0.02
LaunchRailNodeName=L_In_mrail
LaunchRailHeight=0.15

. . .

[Station16]
SystemType=WEAPON_STATION
StationID=16
StationGroupID=3
StationType=EXTERNAL
AttachmentPosition=1.833,-0.80,-0.44
AttachmentAngles=0.0,-0.05,0.0
EjectVelocity=0.0,0.0,-5.0
LoadLimit=1250
AllowedWeaponClass=BOMB,LGB,EOGB,MER,TER,TLR,LGR,EOGR,FT,ARM,ASM,ATR,DLP,NP
AttachmentType=SWEDEN,NATO,USAF,UK,USN,ISRAEL
ModelNodeName=R_PylonIn 
PylonMass=72.58
PylonDragArea=0.02
LaunchRailNodeName=R_In_mrail
LaunchRailHeight=0.15

 

So I'm a little, er, shocked I'm not seeing BRU-61 racks like above!

FYI @TempestII @viper63a @Stipe @JuanchoGomez @JonathanRL

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Tagging a few interested souls
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did you check nations in the BRU-61? it may help just to have it set with Sweden included

also whats the math on the bombs plus pylon? (looking at load limit)

sorry if not helpful, will check back later when can give more than a cursory glance (after work)

 

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19 hours ago, daddyairplanes said:

did you check nations in the BRU-61? it may help just to have it set with Sweden included

also whats the math on the bombs plus pylon? (looking at load limit)

sorry if not helpful, will check back later when can give more than a cursory glance (after work)

 

Thanks @daddyairplanes I just added Sweden and the math is below the mass limit.

 

12 hours ago, Wrench said:

also, is the bomb set to EXPORTED=TRUE?

Thanks @Wrench, the GBU-40 bomb set was.  I changed the BRU-61 rack to such. 

 

Really obvious the rack should always be available when the SDBs are too since I've never seen a single Small Diameter Bomb stuck to a jet but always with the rack.  See my panorama from an airshow with the F-22...

 

Full_Size_of_GBU-39 Small Diameter Bombs, F-22 and E-3 Sentry All on Display.jpg

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