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IL2:BoS LaGG-3 - Basics Settings

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LaGG-3 Mod 29

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Grach's observations:

Service ceiling: (effective) 7300m
Service ceiling:(maximum) 7800m

Best climb speed: (as per manual) 270 kph
Max dive speed: ~750kph

Stall speed Clean (at Max Gross Weight):
  Idle: 180 kph
  Power: 150 kph
Stall speed Dirty (at Max Gross Weight):
  Idle: 160 kph

  Power: 130 kph

 

TAKE OFF:

  RPM ... 2600 to 2700 rpm

  Rotate ... 190 kph

 

CLIMB:

  Speed ... 250 to 300 kph

  RPM ... 2600 rpm

  Supercharger ... Above 1500m

  Mixture ... Progressively Lean (Check Exhaust Colour), Full Lean above 3000m

 

CRUISE:

  RPM ... 1700 rpm, Economy

  Manifold Pressure ... 500mm

  Speed ... 280 kph

  Supercharger ... Select above 350 kph

 

COMBAT:

  RPM ... 2650 to 2700 rpm

  Water Temperature ... 90decC to 100degC, Max 110degC

  Oil Temperature ... Max 115degC

 

LANDING:

  RPM ... 2600 rpm

  Oil Radiator ... Closed

  Water Radiator ... Closed

  Speed ... Below <300 kph

  Gear ... Down

  Speed ... Below <250 kph

  Flaps ... Down

  Approach ... 200 to 220 kph

  Touchdown ... 180 to 190 kph

 

The Yak did not have a locking tail wheel. It uses the same odd differential braking system as the Spitfire.

 

Very grateful to Wolfhnd for the information

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