We now host 2 servers for Cliffs of Dover each has its own briefing and Requirements but the largest requirement is to have fun and keep it clean, be professional. Any donations go to maintain the server and the teamspeak you see to the right of the screen. So if you can spare a buck send it in, it will be used wisely to promote our servers and to keep up our communication link via Teamspeak.
The servers are
Mission Harder than you think AI that will kill you given a chance.
Tactical hardest of all servers many targets to attack read the briefing and enjoy
So here are some films to watch of our clan’s latest endeavor into flight sims of the ww2 variety watch the films and if you think you may like to join us then please do register at the forum above and come fly the skies with us .
each has its own page with maps etc. on the menu above
First check out these requirements and be much closer to the ones on the right as they are closer to the true recommended requirements
Track ir is a must have or some form of head tracking ,as with out it you will have a very hard time !!
Minimum System Requirements: Better System Requirements:
CPU: Pentium® CPU: Intel Core i5 2.66GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 2.6GHz
Dual-Core 2.0GHz or Athlon™ X2 3800+
RAM: 4GB RAM: 8GB
VGA: DirectX® 9.0c compliant, 512Mb Video Card VGA: DirectX® 10 compliant,1GB
DX: DirectX® 9.0c or DirectX® 10 (included on disc)
(Team Fusion Mod)
OS: Windows® 7 / Vista SP2 / Windows XP SP3 OS: Windows® 7 64 bit/
Broadband connection with 128 kbps upstream or faster
PILOTS CHECK LIST FOR CLIFFS
This is the way TWC teaches to start the spitfire and takeoff
1. Water radiator shutter fully open.
2. Ensure that mixture is set to fully rich (by default it is).
3. Set your prop pitch to (80 %).
4. throttle to 12%.
5. Open fuel cock (ON)
6. Turn both magnetos ON
7. Make sure your propeller is clear (“Clear prop!”)
8. Engine ignition! (press “I” by default)
9. boost cut out on (supercharger blowby)
10. Taxi to the runway. You can taxi with low oil/water temps without any problem as long as you keep your
throttle under 22 %. If you throttle up while your oil is not yet warm, you will hear your engine shake and
cough if you go higher. Once water tempature has reached 25 then ram it home for second and see if she catches if so back off to 32% and your on your way.
11. Make sure you are facing yellow panels on the runway. This means you are facing the right direction for
takeoff. easing the throttle forward to 40% then 60% then 80% that way the spitfire is not so prone to torque over to the left
12. Flaps up.
13. Perform last takeoff checks: Canopy Closed, Flaps up, Rad fully open, 80% prop pitch
14. Gradually throttle up. Compensate for engine torque and wind using right aileron and rudder pedals to
keep the aircraft straight. Slightly push the control column forward to lift the tail.
15. Rotation is at 100-110 mph.
16. Raise landing gear and set RPM to 2800 max for climb. 110 throttle 60 prop 100 rads and your good to max climb at 165 mph 3400 fpm