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VERKAUF DURCH

This product tells of the individual stories of 15 different Mustangs, that combined tell of the greater developmental and service legacy of the P-51D & F-51D from WWII to Korea, and from WWII until the present day. The product features the following aircraft, which have all been developed as different aircraft from one another, throughout, ensuring that each is accurate and authentic through the over-all airframes, cockpits, aft cockpits, gun bays and wheel wells to each specific variant. Throughout development, the original NAA blueprint drawings, USAAF and USAF Technical Orders, assembly and maintenance manual, pilot's manuals, period photographs, and other leading research and resources were all consulted.
 
1944 - P-51D-5-NA 44-14017 (modified by Navy and used in carrier operations trials)
1945 - FJ-1D Seahorse ("what-if" Navy variant following 1945 production standards)
1945 - P-51D-30-NA 44-75025 “Shangri-La” (Maj. Don Gentile, Air Force Fair, Wright Field in mid-October 1945)
1945 - P-51D-30-NT 45-11513 “Royal New Zealand Air Force” (No. 1 Auckland Squadron)
1947 - P-51D-25-NT 44-84489 “Royal Australian Air Force” (No. 77 Squadron, Iwakuni AB, Japan)
1947 - ETF-51D-25-NT 44-84900 "NACA 127" (heavily modified for dive tests, Langley AFB, Virginia)
1950 - P-51D-30-NA 44-74423 “Royal Canadian Air Force” (No. 442 City of Vancouver Squadron)
1950 - F-51D-25-NT 44-84602 “Little Beast II” (12th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, Chinhae AB, Korea)
1951 - P-51D-30-NT 45-11471 “South African Air Force” (No. 2 Squadron, Kangnung AB, Korea)
1951 - F-51D-30-NA 44-74692 “By Faith I Fly!” (Col. Dean Hess, Provisional Fighter Squadron, ROKAF, Korea)
1952 - RF-51D-25-NT 44-84837 “Little Lynn” (45th Tac Recon Squadron, Korea)
1952 - F-51D-20-NA 44-72197 “FF-197” (192nd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, Keflavik AB)
1953 - F-51D-25-NT 45-11489 "ANG-489" (Minnesota ANG, 109th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Minneapolis)
1972 - P-51D-30-NA 44-74452 “N74190” (surplus from Guatemalan AF, modified for civilian operation)
2001 (To Present Day) - P-51D-30-NA 44-74543 "Geraldine" (stock-restored, Kenosha, Wisconsin)
2010 - P-51D-30-NA 44-74543 "Geraldine" (Reno racing modified (lighter and faster than stock model)) 

P-51D-5-NA 44-14017 was borrowed by the U.S. Navy for carrier operations trials. Fitted with arrestor hook and catapult gear, the aircraft completes 25 successful landings and takeoffs aboard the U.S.S. Shangri-La. Both the aircraft and aircraft carrier are included in this extensive collection.
Had the Navy rushed a Naval version of the P-51D into production by the summer of 1945, we see what that aircraft might have looked like, fresh off the production line, in the “what if?” FJ-1D ‘Seahorse’.  

U.S.S. Shangri-La Carrier and AI Route

An accurate depiction of the USS Shangri-La, developed by Michael Davies, is included in this product, and is depicted as it was at the time of the P-51 carrier trials. The carrier is setup with an AI route that takes the ship from the Norfolk docks up into Chesapeake Bay where the original trials actually took place. The ship's schedule even follows the times recorded from the ship's logs.

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Using ORIGINAL North American plans and blueprints and working from literally thousands of photographs and sketches incorporating three years of extensive research and development. This is THE enthusiasts definitive version that many have long been waiting for brought to life with all the loving care and stunning attention to detail our studios are becoming renowned for.
Engine Damage (Acceleration Users Only)
 
The Merlin engine in the P-51 was capable of over-boosting, at up to 67-in of manifold pressure. The max design manifold pressure limitation for the Merlin engine, however, was 61-inches, as indicated by a red line on the manifold pressure gauge. If running the engine for a prolonged period of time above 61-in MP, you should expect that the engine will progressively fail. The first signs of a failing engine will be a noticeable decrease in engine noise, declining airspeed/power, and eventually even potentially a smoke trail, if the situation is not taken care of in time. If any of these signs become noticeable, it is urgent to get the aircraft on the ground quickly at the nearest airport, to prevent further damage. 
 
Supercharger (Acceleration Users Only)
 
The Merlin V-1650-7 engine in the P-51D is fitted with a fully automatic, two-speed, two-stage supercharger. At between 14,500 and 19,500 feet (17,500 feet in our case), the supercharger will shift from low blower into high blower automatically. Low blower will allow the pilot to climb at 46-in MP, 2700-RPM, though continued throttle adjustments will be needed to maintain this setting as you continue to climb to higher altitudes. At 17,500 ft indicated, just about the point at which 46-in MP can no longer be maintained with the throttle full-forward, the supercharger will shift into high blower. When high blower is activated, immediate throttle input is required to reestablish a proper Manifold Pressure of 46-in, to continue the climb and prevent the engine from over-boosting for a prolonged period of time. The engine is most prone to over-boosting at low altitude, and at or just above the point at which high blower is activated. When the supercharger shifts into high blower, the supercharger indicator lamp will turn on.
 
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Represented in this definitive work of rare and unique models of the thoroughbread fighter are a host of details from the small but significant to the spectacular. This is as close as you will get to flying the real P-51D in FSX!

SPECIAL RENDERING & LIGHTING FX
Making use of the additional features in FSX such as unique, bump texturing and specular lighting add even additional authenticity to an already-wonderfully-detailed, 3d model (and special, reflective textures make the bare metal aircraft almost translucent as the original)!

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An Authentic and Accurate Sound Pack of the Unique Packard Merlin Engine.
84 hours of recordings and mixing of real  sounds from the real Packard Merlin have been mixed from two separate sources. Carefully recorded to gain the accuracy of the exhaust sound of the unique Merlin V1650 Engine with its characteristic growl.
Two flights were made in a restored P-51D to accurately record this wonderful sound.
At high throttle the engine attains peak torque. At full power the familiar 'growl' of the Merlin can be heard as different phases of engine power increase. Perfect for those with 5:1 surround systems; the sound of the engines peak torque tone curves can clearly be heard above its clean characteristic sound as it flies by on high speed passes.

Authentic Engine Firing sounds
Accurate start and shut down
Sounds from outside taken using carefully positioned microphones in flight
Additional famous Gunport Whine

Sounds inside the cockpit have been recorded both on the ground, during and up to take off and in flight with many sound characteristics also recorded as they were heard including buffetting, wind noises, creaks and the clank of metal against ground.
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-The most accurate exterior model of a P-51D ever seen in computer form, created using original engineering drawings, dimensions, & cross-reference photos.
-Distinctive areas such as the nose, tail, wing, radiator scoop, and spine are modeled to a degree of accuracy never before seen.
-Working 2 Stage Supercharger, if not handled correctly, the engine will blow!
- Very Accurately depicted Gun Bay detail never before seen modelled to such a high level of detail
-All fasteners, screws, spot-welds, bolts, rivets, & seams are accounted for, & accurately recreated.
-The characteristic and distinct laminar wing airfoil is accurately modeled.
-Plastic canopies, of both Inglewood & Dallas forms, are accurately modeled to the Nth degree, using original engineering drawings of the Inglewood type, and profile photos of the Dallas type.
-Landing gear & landing gear doors are faithfully modeled, including proper strake-angle and accurate oleo compression with weight, & feature all original markings, stencils, and placards, using original engineering drawings of the gear doors and profile photos of the Bendix/Menasco gear legs.
-All wheels and tires are modeled using a complete set of actual dimensions, along with profile photos of the real articles.
-Landing gear retraction/extension animations feature accurate phased delay to exact timing.
-Inner "clam-shell" landing gear doors drop when the hydraulic pressure T-handle is pulled. This, a practice to prevent wear to the hydraulic system. As properly kept-up aircraft, the flaps will not droop after shutdown (Just as in the real aircraft, you cannot lower the flaps simply by activating the emergency hydraulic release. If Mustang's hydraulic system is not in top form, the flaps will droop down over time, after shut down, but may take hours before it is noticeable).
-Flaps will accurately deploy/retract with available hydraulic pressure.
-.50 cal. machine guns are accurately textured and properly staggered along the wing leading edges.
-Per restoration, both cuffed and square-tip Hamilton Standard propellers are accurately modeled.
-Wing hard points are modeled in detail, including sway braces mounted to the shackles.
-Individual exhaust stack are fully modeled using profile photos of the real stacks.
-The pilot relief tube exit is accurately modeled at the lower end of the tail, on those restorations which feature this detail.
-The static ground wire is accurately modeled at the lower end of the tail on stock-restored examples, which is effected by speed and ground contact.
-Both coolant and oil cooler doors, all trim tabs, gear doors, and gear legs, feature animated push-rods, and in proper cases, animated hydraulic cylinders.
-The structure of the gear wells is accurately modeled and textured unlike ever seen before, with all proper ribs and stringers, rivets and bolts, and individual finishes according each aircraft.
-The pilot model features updated period head-gear, extensively researche dfor accuracy
-Examples with tail warning radar installed feature an accurately modeled radar antenna array on the vertical tail.
-A full compliment of effects includes lighting, start-up, dirt taxi, and landing.

Payloads and Controls (early & late)
Most models included (except for the Reno-modified “Geraldine” and “NACA 127”) have a specific payload of drop tanks or bombs, and rockets that can be displayed, correct to that aircraft. These are as follows:

75-Gallon WWII Drop Tanks
- P-51D-5-NA 44-14017 (Navy modified)
- P-51D-30-NA 44-74543 "Geraldine" (stock)
75-Gallon WWII Drop Tanks & 5” HVAR Rockets
- P-51D-30-NA 44-75025 “Shangri-La”
- P-51D-30-NT 45-11513 “Royal New Zealand Air Force”
Two 500 lb. Bombs & 5” HVAR Rockets
- FJ-1D Seahorse
- P-51D-25-NT 44-84489 “Royal Australian Air Force No. 77 Squadron”
- P-51D-30-NT 45-11471 “South African Air Force No. 2 Squadron.”
- F-51D-25-NT 44-84602 “Little Beast II”
- F-51D-30-NA 44-74692 “Korean Air Force – “By Faith I Fly!”
110-Gallon Post-WWII Drop Tanks
- F-51D-25-NT 45-11489 “109th FIS Minnesota ANG”
110-Gallon Post-WWII Drop Tanks & 5” HVAR Rockets
- P-51D-30-NA 44-74423 “RCAF No. 442 Squadron.”
165-Gallon Post-WWII Drop Tanks
- F-51D-20-NA 44-72197 “192nd FBS Iceland”
- P-51D-30-NA 44-74452 “Ex-Guatemalan AF”
165-Gallon Post-WWII Drop Tanks & 5” HVAR Rockets
- RF-51D-25-NT 44-84837 “Little Lynn”

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(COCKPIT LOOK AROUND FROM LEFT TO RIGHT)
-Map & Data Case
-Flare Cartridge Bag
-Flare Pistol Port
-Flap Handle
-Carburetor Air Controls
-Rudder Trim
-Aileron Trim
-Elevator Trim
-Gear Handle
-LH Cockpit Light
-Arm Rest
-Coolant Radiator Air Control Switch
-Oil Radiator Air Control Switch
-Landing Light Switch
-LH Cockpit Light Switch
-Throttle Lever
-Microphone Button
-Throttle & Prop Friction Controls
-Prop Lever
-Mixture Lever
-Left & Right Manual Payload Release Levers
-Supercharger Warning Light
-Fuel Booster Pump
-Oil Primer
-Starter Switch
-Fuel Primer
-Magneto Switch
-Payload Arming Switches
-Instrument Panel Light Switch
-Gear Position Indicator
-LH Instrument Panel Light
-Gunsight Power Switch
-Gunsight Reticle Fixed/Gyro Switch
-Directional Indicator Gauge
-Clock
-Suction Gauge
-Manifold Pressure Gauge
-Tachometer
-Coolant Temperature Gauge
-Carburetor Temperature Gauge
-Gyro Horizon
-Gyro Compass
-Airspeed Indicator
- VOR Gauge
- ADF Gauge
-Altimeter
-Turn and Bank Indicator
-Vertical Speed Indicator
-Oil & Fuel Gauge
-Oxygen Flow Blinker
-Oxygen Pressure Gauge
-Aircraft Restriction Placard
-Fuel Cutoff Lever
-Fuel Tank Selector
-Hydraulic Release T-Handle
-Hydraulic Pressure Gauge
-Spare Bulbs Bracket
-Oxygen Regulator
-Canopy Emergency Release Handle - Working
-Canopy Crank
-Recognition Light Key
-RH Instrument Panel Light
-RH Cockpit Light Switch
-Generator & Battery Switches
-Gun Heat Switch
-Pitot Heat Switch
-Position Lights Switches
-Recognition Lights Switches
-Tail Warning Radar Power
-Tail Warning Radar Test
-SCR-522 Radio Control Box
-RH Cockpit Light
-IFF Power Switch
-Detonator Switches
-F-Band Switch
-G-Band Switch
-Radio Circuit Breaker Switches
-Emergency Coolant Door Release Handle
-Signal Light Power Receptacle
-Cold Air Control
-Hot Air Control
-Defroster Control
-LH Fuel Gauge
-RH Fuel Gauge
-K-14A Gun Sight
-Gun Sight Range Dial

(COCKPIT FACING AFT)
-Armor Back Plate
-Fuselage Fuel Gauge
-SCR-522 Radio Set
-Battery
-Fuel Plumbing
-Fuel Tank

FLIGHT MODEL - WARNING:  Highly sensitive flight model. (Stall it on a tight turn and you will spin like the P-51D manual warns)
"Snap Roll" also included into air model where pilot force a snap roll due to excessive speed, AOA, wrong weighting and COG pushing.

FORCE FX USERS NOTE
For those using Force FX Hardware. The buffet due to applying too much back-pressure on the control column will be felt throughout the different speed ranges.

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DROP TANKS
Install tanks if needed for long flights or display. If need be, they may be ARMED and RELEASED, or simply uninstalled.
DROPABLE BOMBS
they may be ARMED and RELEASED, or simply uninstalled.
GUN BAY
By simply assigning the wing fold mechanism, this will open the Gunbay to reveal incredible detail.
CLAM-SHELL DOOR RELEASE
As procedures followed by the real pilots, following shut down, the hydraulic t-handle may be pulled, allowing the landing gear clam-shell doors to deploy within seconds.

K-14A/B GUN SIGHT
As per given flight conditions, the gun sight if installed, may be removed or added back into the cockpit by the user.

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