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    Re: Ju 88 Tutorials

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    Re: Ju 88 Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by MajorBorris View Post
    Welcome to the ATAG server's Ju88 resource page.
    beautiful lesson. But I cannot go over 1920 rpm and rthe plane sthals soon afeter
    The thread has evolved to incorporate many of the Ju88's abilities and with input from some the communities most esteemed Ju88 pilots our knowledge of the Ju88 is growing every day.

    Below is a Ju88 quick tutorial.


    LOADOUT: Take about 20% fuel and a full bomb load, 18 50kg bay1, 10 50kg bay2, 4 250kg external pylons.

    For bombing operations under 1km take the type j bombs/low level (selected bay must be open and bombs armed before dive run).

    BOMBS: You must select bay# or all, mode(series/salvo/single), string amount(1-24 or infinite), and distance between bombs(1/5/10 meters depending on target saturation for series) speed(set to 500/600kph for dive, you will need a last second adjustment for speed) your elevation above sea level minus elevation of target above sea level , climb to desired height(3.5km and above to use superchargers but reduce throttle before engage, you have a WEP as well)

    Full accuracy needs the use of the IAS TAS conversion chart but not needed on a dive run.

    ENGINE START:


    1) fuel cock 1 left tank

    2) fuel cock 2 right tank

    3) throttle idle

    4) prop pitch full

    5) water/oil rads closed

    6) deselect eng 2

    7) eng start (sometimes they misfire, if so eng start again)

    8 ) deselect eng 1

    9) select eng 2

    10) eng start

    11) select eng 1

    12) warm to 40c water temp

    13) elevator trim counter clockwise 1 revolution to 12 o'clock (take off position)

    14) FLAPS: There are four indents for the flap lever. Set flaps one step up from bottom lever position (Landekl) you will hear them activate, then move the lever one more step up to 0 position when the indicator under the airbrake for flaps reads .6 with the cursor or the second dot down(take off position 25 degrees deflection) The top and bottom positions stow flaps.

    TAKE OFF: from a full length concrete runway like tramecourt in the ATAG server. Open water rads and oil rads 30% on taxi, open 100% on takeoff and climb. Spool engines up to 100% throttle/rpm and full pitch with toe breaks deployed, release breaks and focus on a nice straight run with no back or forward yoke pressure(tail will lift on its own) apply slight back pressure(rotate) to the yoke at 180/185 kph (any slower you will stall, faster and you will overspeed tires), gear up on positive rate, throttle back to the yellow mark on manifold ATA pressure indicator/rpm (30 mins in yellow at climb), level out and gain enough speed till you can stow the flaps(200kph or so).

    CLIMB: Adjust throttle (about 2km), prop pitch and trim throughout the climb phase to keep manifold pressure 1.25 and rpm2350 and the speed at 250kph for max climb rate (about 30 mins before damage will occur) (remove front gun for better visibility in cockpit)

    DIVE: Reduce throttle to 0% prop pitch to 30-50%(rpm under yellow during dive) and water rad 0% and use elevator trim for a nice dive angle or you can use the dive break but it uses a bomb drop mechanism that deploys automatically(it sets trim auto for dive) and pulls you out of dive as well(it's the same system as Ju87 Stuka), angle is steeper but speed is reduced.


    That's what it takes to get the 88 started and up in the air on a full real server.

    Any additional input, thoughts, opinions, etc is appreciated!


    Enjoy!
    Hy. Beautiful lesson! But after following your notes I cannot go over 1920 rpm at full throttle,12.00 hours pitch. And soon after take off(190 kmh) the plane sthal on the left and ...crash. ALWAYS. Whwere is the mistake? thanks for the help.

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    Re: Ju 88 Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by ilario38 View Post
    Hy. Beautiful lesson! But after following your notes I cannot go over 1920 rpm at full throttle,12.00 hours pitch. And soon after take off(190 kmh) the plane sthal on the left and ...crash. ALWAYS. Whwere is the mistake? thanks for the help.
    Did you try the flashcards that are distributed with the game under Extras?
    We developed and subsequently tested the procedure multiple times and it worked nicely.

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    Re: Ju 88 Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by ilario38 View Post
    Hy. Beautiful lesson! But after following your notes I cannot go over 1920 rpm at full throttle,12.00 hours pitch. And soon after take off(190 kmh) the plane sthal on the left and ...crash. ALWAYS. Whwere is the mistake? thanks for the help.
    Could be you are raising the nose too much immediately on lift-off or your rudder trim is excessive which would cause you to swing on take off. Normally with the A1 the pitch control is automatic on take off. You lower the RPM soon after becoming airborne.
    `What you have inherited from your ancestors, you must earn -- before you can own'. - AH.

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    Re: Ju 88 Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by DerDa View Post
    Did you try the flashcards that are distributed with the game under Extras?
    We developed and subsequently tested the procedure multiple times and it worked nicely.
    Thank you. Just a question whici is the maximum rpm for its engines? I cannot go over 1900.
    Talking about sthal I am always under 100 meters when it does happend. Only once I managed t fly for few minutes al about 100 meters without being able (full trottle and pitch) to go faster then 200 kmh. Again where is the mistake?

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