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kodoss [Fiat G-50 Freccia (Arrow)]
fiat_g-50 [2013/03/20 16:21] (current)
RAF74_Buzzsaw [Fiat G. 50 Freccia (Arrow)]
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 =====Fiat G. 50 "​Freccia"​ ("​Arrow"​)===== =====Fiat G. 50 "​Freccia"​ ("​Arrow"​)=====
  
-The Fiat G. 50 was one of the game's most difficult aircraft to modify to correct specifications. The CoD engine has designated that it shares the engine of the BR-20M, while in fact they were equipped with different types, the G-50 had the Fiat A-74/38 and the BR20M had the A-80. One was a 14 cylinder Radial, the other was an 18 cylinder. Both had different boost levels and maximum rpms.+The Fiat G. 50 was one of the game's most difficult aircraft to modify to correct specifications. The CoD engine has designated that it shares the engine of the BR-20M, while in fact they were equipped with different types, the G50 had the Fiat A-74/38 and the B.R. 20M had the A-80. One was a 14 cylinder Radial, the other was an 18 cylinder. Both had different boost levels and maximum rpms.
  
-The new modified version of the G-50's A74/38 engine has been modified ​to reflect its correct historical boost and rpm limits.+The new modified version of the G-50's A74/38 engine has been altered ​to reflect its correct historical boost and rpm limits.
  
 The Lift Profile of the G. 50 has also been modified to reflect its wing-loading and aerofoil design. The Lift Profile of the G. 50 has also been modified to reflect its wing-loading and aerofoil design.
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 Fiat A-74/38 Radial with Single Stage Supercharger Full Throttle Height of 4100 meters (unrammed) Fiat A-74/38 Radial with Single Stage Supercharger Full Throttle Height of 4100 meters (unrammed)
  
-//**3 minute power setting**// +^  Rating ​ ^  RPM  ^  Pressure ​ ^  Height ​ | 
-  * 2520rpm at 890mmHG ​(WEP) boost at sea level to 3000 meters +3 minute power setting ​| 2520  |  890 mmHG (WEP)  ​| ​ 0 - 3000 m  | 
-  ​* 2520rpm at 790mmHG boost over 3000 meters +^ 3 minute power setting |  2520  |  790 mmHG  | above 3000 m  | 
-//**30 minute Climb setting**// +30 minute Climb setting ​ 2400  |  700 mmHG  | 
-  * 2400rpm at 700mmHG boost +Unlimited Cruise setting ​|  2100  |  590 mmHG  |
-//**Unlimited Cruise setting**// +
-  * 2100rpm at 590mmHG boost+
  
 ====PROPELLOR==== ====PROPELLOR====
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 ===Cylinder Head recommended temperatures:​=== ===Cylinder Head recommended temperatures:​===
  
-  * Minimum: ​140c  +Minimum:  ​|  140°C ​ |  
-  Normal: 200-240c  +Normal: ​|  ​200-240°C ​ 
-  Overheat ​260c+Overheat: |  260°C ​ |
  
 The engine also has an Oil Radiator. A gauge on the dash displays oil temperature. The engine also has an Oil Radiator. A gauge on the dash displays oil temperature.
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 ===Oil Radiator recommended temperatures:​=== ===Oil Radiator recommended temperatures:​===
  
-  * Minimum: 50-60c  +Minimum: ​|  ​50-60°C  
-  Normal: 70-90c  +Normal: ​|  ​70-90°C  
-  Overheat: 95-100c+Overheat: ​|  ​95-100°C ​ |
  
 ====STARTING THE ENGINE==== ====STARTING THE ENGINE====
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   - Using Cylinder Head Selector switch, monitor Cylinder Head Temperature gauge, temperatures must be 140c prior to takeoff   - Using Cylinder Head Selector switch, monitor Cylinder Head Temperature gauge, temperatures must be 140c prior to takeoff
-  - Oil Temperature must be 40c prior to takeoff.+  - Oil Temperature must be 60c prior to takeoff.
  
 ====TAKEOFF==== ====TAKEOFF====
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