DB 601 Aa with blower height = 3700 m
|Emergency power = 1'||2500||1,45|
|Short power = 5'||2400||1,35|
|Increased cont. power = 30'||2300||1,23|
|max. cont. power = d||2200||1,15|
|econ. power w bomb||1500||0,85|
|econ. power w/o bomb||1500||0,75|
The A/C Bf 109 E with mounted bomb racket attacks the target in an inclination flight or a dive up to 45°. At a steeper dive the A/C is endangered through the bomb penetrates the propeller circle.
For aim angles please see Dive Bombing >> Bf 109.
Best results can be achieved at a dive angle of 45°.
Attention! For the release heights consider the fragmentation area of the bombs and the arming time of the fuse.
Only active the ZSK 244 above enemy territory or restricted area, since it also arms the elect. release.
The A/C must be tail heavy in the dive, that it can be only hold in the dive through pushing the stick. Cooling flaps can be left open.
Attention Before the release bring the A/C in a steady flight condition. In the moment of release the dive angle must not exceed 45°. Mortal danger!
In case of an emergency the bomb can be released through the “Bomben-Notzug” handle. If the emergency release is above own territory, then release it disarmed (ZSK at “Aus”). If the emergency release is above enemy territory, then release it armed (ZSK at “mV” or “oV”).
The A/C is only allowed to land with bombs up to 250 kg. The 500 kg bomb has to be released disarmed throuth the emergency release before the landing.
Control before the landing with bomb that the ZSK 244 Is in “Aus”[Off]-position.
This is a partly translated historic manual, but edited to match the ingame A/C. If you wish to read the translated historic manual, go to Historic Flight Manuals.