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    War Emergency Power?

    Greetings, is WEP modeled in any of the new allied aircraft? I have it mapped to a button but it doesn't seem to do anything. Didn't see anything about it in the flashcards unless I overlooked it. Thanks in advance.
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    Re: War Emergency Power?

    Depends on plane and how was modeled for that plane.

    Bf 109's use the WEP button - although RL plane don't have a WEP button, but "extra boost" is controlled by throttle posstion (like in IL-2:GB).

    Spit/Hurri/Blein don't use WEP button, because their "extra boost" is controlled by throttle 100% position, that increase for "110%" (game approach) when the BCO physical limiter is ON (what mean that the limiter is OUT).

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    Re: War Emergency Power?

    As 1lokos says. Axis llanes use wep in the key bindings

    Allied tend to use boost cutoff overide (or something lke that)

    Different systems diffent bindings.



    Serach for boost cutoit overide in the bindings.

    Hit that and then dethrottle a bit and go back to 100.... and it will be 110%

    Hit it again and you will go back to 100%
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    Re: War Emergency Power?

    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_Highseas View Post
    Hit that and then dethrottle a bit and go back to 100.... and it will be 110%
    If you have a throttle like Warthog and an version of VPC throttle with 'detent' for afterburner, can adjust in Controls > Axis, the "100% position" slider for that 100% (send for game) became equals your throttle in 'detent' position, so passing the 'detent' enter in 110% range, without the back and forth.

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    Re: War Emergency Power?

    Thanks for the replies. I use the "Boost Cut Out" in Spits and Hurricanes. I remember the WEP in some of the American planes in IL2 '46. Didn't know if the P-40 variants or the Martlet had it.
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