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  1. Nice looking game. Back from Sidewinder training. [unlimited weapons] DCS is more or less as expected. Steep learning curve, good flight models, and resource intensive. My new Dell G5 is probably mid range for this game but it's good enough for the old jets and light missions I'm interested in. For now it's mainly a fly around sim but will gradually work into some light combat missions. I think the F-86F and MiG-15 Bis will keep me occupied for many months!
  2. View File CF-100 MK-4B NORAD 1958 SKINS Additional CF-100 MK-4B NORAD skins for 1958-1962 ERA. INSTALLATION: Add the skin folders to the CF-100_Mk4B[NORAD] aircraft folder. 419,423,440 and 445 squadrons were in Europe during this time frame so they aren't included in this North American pack. CREDITS: 1977Frenchie Submitter baffmeister Submitted 12/13/2019 Category Other Origin  
  3. CF-100 MK-4B NORAD 1958 SKINS

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    Additional CF-100 MK-4B NORAD skins for 1958-1962 ERA. INSTALLATION: Add the skin folders to the CF-100_Mk4B[NORAD] aircraft folder. 419,423,440 and 445 squadrons were in Europe during this time frame so they aren't included in this North American pack. CREDITS: 1977Frenchie
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  9. View File CF-100 MK-4B NORAD SKINS Three additional skins that didn't fit in the CF-100 MK-4B NORAD upload. INSTALLATION: Add the skin folders to the CF-100_Mk4B[NORAD] aircraft folder. CREDITS: 1977Frenchie This package is subject to the CombatAce Modders Licensing Agreement Submitter baffmeister Submitted 11/29/2019 Category Other Origin  
  10. CF-100 MK-4B NORAD SKINS

    Version 1.0.0

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    Three additional skins that didn't fit in the CF-100 MK-4B NORAD upload. INSTALLATION: Add the skin folders to the CF-100_Mk4B[NORAD] aircraft folder. CREDITS: 1977Frenchie This package is subject to the CombatAce Modders Licensing Agreement
  11. View File SF2 CF-100 MK-4B NORAD This package represents the CF-100 MK-4B version as used by the RCAF in North America. The squadrons/skins were based in Canada so this pack isn't a good fit for a typical install and should only be used in a North American centered installation. The date range runs from March, 1955, until December, 1962. NOTE: Due to the large size of this upload 3 additional skins will be uploaded as a separate package. Additional skins here: https://combatace.com/forums/topic/94108-cf-100-mk-4b-norad-skins/ I'm using the NORAD suffix to avoid any confusion with the European versions although the CF-100 MK4 service introduction pre-dates NORAD by about 3 years. The skin jpeg's are quite large and I've noticed some frame rate issues when flying over Hi Res terrains but no issues over the stock terrains. The model does use distance lods. INSTALLATION: Normal installation, just copy and past the files into the appropriate mod folders. If you already have the MK-4A installed you can skip the sounds, decals, pilots [seat] and weapons except the CF-100_RP which has had a not required jpeg removed, or just remove the jpeg from the rocket pod that was included in the MK4A upload. Additional information in the ReadMe. CREDITS: Sundowner: Aircraft model, cockpit model, various ini work, some skin work, research. 1977Frenchie: Skins, decals, hangar and loading screens, research. Baffmeister: Flight model, some ini work, some research, package compilation and readme. Wilches: Beta testing and research. Crusader: Research Paulopanz: Loadout TGA [Thanks!] The Canberra_2 engine sound and Mk3 ejection seat are included but not sure who made them. There is also a CF-100windsound which I might have made but don't remember for certain. This package is subject to the CombatAce Modders Licensing Agreement Submitter baffmeister Submitted 11/29/2019 Category Other Origin
  12. SF2 CF-100 MK-4B NORAD

    Version 1.0.0

    56 downloads

    This package represents the CF-100 MK-4B version as used by the RCAF in North America. The squadrons/skins were based in Canada so this pack isn't a good fit for a typical install and should only be used in a North American centered installation. The date range runs from March, 1955, until December, 1962. NOTE: Due to the large size of this upload 3 additional skins will be uploaded as a separate package. I'm using the NORAD suffix to avoid any confusion with the European versions although the CF-100 MK4 service introduction pre-dates NORAD by about 3 years. The skin jpeg's are quite large and I've noticed some frame rate issues when flying over Hi Res terrains but no issues over the stock terrains. The model does use distance lods. INSTALLATION: Normal installation, just copy and past the files into the appropriate mod folders. If you already have the MK-4A installed you can skip the sounds, decals, pilots [seat] and weapons except the CF-100_RP which has had a not required jpeg removed, or just remove the jpeg from the rocket pod that was included in the MK4A upload. Additional information in the ReadMe. CREDITS: Sundowner: Aircraft model, cockpit model, various ini work, some skin work, research. 1977Frenchie: Skins, decals, hangar and loading screens, research. Baffmeister: Flight model, some ini work, some research, package compilation and readme. Wilches: Beta testing and research. Crusader: Research Paulopanz: Loadout TGA [Thanks!] The Canberra_2 engine sound and Mk3 ejection seat are included but not sure who made them. There is also a CF-100windsound which I might have made but don't remember for certain. This package is subject to the CombatAce Modders Licensing Agreement
  13. Life in the Danger Zone: I followed that guy around for about 10 minutes trying to get get an awesome high alpha Aphid launch screen shot but the new higher AoA capability is proving to be quite useless during dog fights. The speed loss is very rapid and any potential firing solution is gone in an instant. I was down to about 135kts when I took the screen shot. The higher AoA is sometimes useful for defensive purposes if you have a stubborn EA on the tail. The rapid speed loss can force an overshoot but the sink rate gets very high at idle power and low speed so altitude must be carefully watched. After messing up the first attempt at a Bis FM update I going to change this project to a general review and potential updates for all the MiG-21's. I think the weapon rack weight adjustments are useful and a new 800L centerline drop tank would be nice. The MiG-23 800L "stand in" is good for now but it has an oval shape and conflicts a bit with the MiG-21 landing gear doors. I found an interesting document on basic delta wing aerodynamics so I settled on an approach to use for the modified FM. I won't get into details at this point but it involves transferring lift from the outer aft to the inner forward wing panel to model the vortex break down which moves from aft/outboard to forward/inboard. According to the document, the vortex breakdown starts in the 20-25 deg AoA range. Still some testing to do but should have a Bis test FM ready before year end. Will also include a modified FM for the MiG-21F. It's over 1000kg/2200lbs lighter than the Bis so might be more effective at high AoA. Or not.
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