Italian medium bomber capable of carrying up to 1600 kg of bombs
It can carry 12 50 kg, 12 100 kg, 4 250 kg, 2 500 kg, or 2 800 kg
Engines have constant speed props
Fuel levels can be seen in 3 gauges on the right wall behind the co-pilot and one behind the pilot over the left shoulder (tool tips do not work)
Flaps are press and hold, gauge located on right wall in front of co-pilot
Fiat A-80/RC 41 Radials with Single Stage Superchargers Full Throttle Height of 4000 meters
|5 minute power setting||2200||820 mmHG|
|30 minute Climb setting||2100||740 mmHG|
|Unlimited Cruise setting||2100||670 mmHG|
The aircraft has air-cooled Radial engines. Air Louver shutters are opened or closed by the pilot to regulate the temperature of the engine cylinder heads. The cylinder heads can be monitored by a single gauge on the dash, a selector switch in the middle of the dash determines which pair of cylinders has its temperature displayed on the gauge.
The engines also have Oil Radiators. Gauges on the dash displays oil temperature.
After aircraft is airborne:
The aircraft has full trim for all controls, elevator, ailerons and rudder.
When diving, pilots should partially close their Air Louvres and Oil Radiators to prevent the Cylinder Heads and oil from cooling too much otherwise misfiring and rough running may result.
Arm bombs and set short delay with key binding Toggle bomb distributor short delay
Can level bomb from 500 m up to 2700 m
Use mechanical type Y high altitude fuses
Set airspeed (Use indicated airspeed minus 20 km/h, except for 800s, use indicated plus 10 km/h)
Set altitude (A good view of the target from the bombardier's position can be had by delaying altitude input or view from the nose gunner position)
Can use normal zoom functions to zoom while in the bomb sight