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Thread: The Focke Wulf FW-190, his aces,variants and victories.

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    Default Re: The Focke Wulf FW-190, his aces,variants and victories.

    A bit of a shame realy, France & G.B. both had lots of luftwaffe planes (warprices) too (just as U.S., -and ofcourse USSR but they've done things "different" more on that later-) t U.S. still have lots of luftwaffe planes in (allmost) flying condition, they have some nice prototypes in museums (Sack AS for instance or Go 229, both not in flying condition but both fairly original as i know it) They like to show 'm too, some in permanent,or some in museum "basements" waiting to come out (if the web is truthfull, wich i think it is -in this case atleast, lol-) France and U.K. on the other hand seem to have "lost" most/much of their warprices (the most interesting for my that is -sob,sob i cry's softly-) for some reason. Maybe the need to use theirs, because (especially in France and mainland Europe) there wasn't much left after t war, so they used all flying material they could get there hands on. That accident story kinda suggests this. Maybe France & G.B. where so fat up with the war that they destroyed (or neglected) much of it.., -this seems highly unlikely btw-, could be coincidence too, i don't know?
    Fact is: that Europe hasn't got as much luftwaffe planes as the U.S.A., atleast not the ones mentioned, more normal models like Bf109's, Fi stork, Ju52 are still around here -some in flying condition- Germany's museums have much interesting bits & pieces, probably tons of bleu prints etc. too. But the more rare planes (He219, Fw ta152 for example) aren't around, prototype's get some exposure occasionally but these are remade, non originals (still great to watch btw) Even the stuka of wich 6500 where made isn't been shown in German museum (not that i know of), they are rebuilding one (not sure when it's ready) from various downed a.c. and loose material -i hope it'll fly again-
    What the Soviets did whit their warprices? I haven't got a clue, the "old" USSR did everything out of site, they should have got some wicked material, i've seen some stuff from USSR archives (on t.v.) but complete planes? The Rusian tank museum (Kublinka ?) has a lot (tanks that is) but taking pictures isn't allowed I hope they've got some luftwaffe (flying) material somewhere, and that they dare to show them.
    In the end i'm very glad the U.S. has original luftwaffe stuff (if i must believe television, americans do horrifying things with their oldtimers, -no offence meanthere!!!- but discoverychannel shows a lot of "improvement" of old cars, wich -i would!!!- classify as rape, but i'm a bit of an "oddy") I'll certainly look at them when they come to Europe again. In the eighty's i missed the chance, a few planes where restored and put in "showcases" in Germany back then. I think it's time to restore them once more -LOL-.
    In a few days capt. Browns book (wings of the luftwaffe) wil arive, i'll be stilling my hunger for luftwaffe planes with that for sometime , Green's book probably will follow later.
    I tank & greet y'all stano666 ps i hope i'm not being to vaguely, i ment to be infotaining.

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    Default Re: The Focke Wulf FW-190, his aces,variants and victories.

    btw i stumbled upon a nice tschegic site : Detail Scale Aircraft Drawings
    Sadly i can't give a link, but it had (see trough) drawings of the ta153, FW190 a&d, avia 99's, (a.o) The guy looked for people willing to sale his booklets of the drawings (wich i found good-looking) in the U.S, i couldn't find prices tho. There seems to be more sites called: Detail Scale Aircraft Drawings , i'll TRY to "refind" the site to give more detail.
    Greetings stano6 6

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    Default Re: The Focke Wulf FW-190, his aces,variants and victories.

    Nice thread,thanks for all the info and pictures. Regarding "NOS", NOS comes from the US company named Nitrous Oxide Systems. Nitrous oxide does not cause any corrosion,all it does is release more oxygen into the fuel air mix,since this alters the air fuel ratio failure can happen due to detonation. Water methanol injection can cause steam erosion of internal engine parts if used a lot. Regarding what the Soviets did with captured equipment,they had a policy of keeping all weapons ready to be used in case of war and that includes all captured equipment. So those tanks in the Russian museums are ready to run. I would guess they did the same with aircraft although much of what they captured was then later sold or given to other countries they wished to help.

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