Bf 109 G-2

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Bf 109 G-2
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Overview
TypeAircraft
RoleFighter
Availability
Part ofBattle of Stalingrad
Development statusReleased

Bf 109 G-2 is a German fighter available as part of Battle of Stalingrad.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Specifications[edit | edit source]

Indicated stall speed in flight configuration: 158..174 km/h
Indicated stall speed in takeoff/landing configuration: 153..164 km/h
Dive speed limit: 850 km/h
Maximum load factor: 10.5 G
Stall angle of attack in flight configuration: 19.8 °
Stall angle of attack in landing configuration: 17 °

Maximum true air speed at sea level, engine mode - Combat: 525 km/h
Maximum true air speed at 2000 m, engine mode - Combat: 569 km/h
Maximum true air speed at 7000 m, engine mode - Combat: 648 km/h

Service ceiling: 12100 m
Climb rate at sea level: 22.3 m/s
Climb rate at 3000 m: 19.6 m/s
Climb rate at 6000 m: 16.0 m/s

Maximum performance turn at sea level: 22.2 s, at 270 km/h IAS.
Maximum performance turn at 3000 m: 28.3 s, at 270 km/h IAS.

Flight endurance at 3000 m: 2.4 h, at 350 km/h IAS.

Takeoff speed: 155..180 km/h
Glideslope speed: 195..205 km/h
Landing speed: 150..155 km/h
Landing angle: 14.8 °

Note 1: the data provided is for international standard atmosphere (ISA).
Note 2: flight performance ranges are given for possible aircraft mass ranges.
Note 3: maximum speeds, climb rates and turn times are given for standard aircraft mass.
Note 4: climb rates and turn times are given for Combat power.

Engine:
Model: DB-605A
Maximum power in Combat mode at sea level: 1310 HP
Maximum power in Combat mode at 5800 m: 1250 HP

Engine modes:
Nominal (unlimited time): 2300 RPM, 1.15 ata
Combat power (up to 30 minutes): 2600 RPM, 1.3 ata

Water rated temperature in engine output: 100..102 °C
Water maximum temperature in engine output: 115 °C
Oil rated temperature in engine intake: 70..80 °C
Oil maximum temperature in engine intake: 85 °C

Supercharger gear shift altitude: fluid coupling

Empty weight: 2486 kg
Minimum weight (no ammo, 10% fuel): 2649 kg
Standard weight: 2994 kg
Maximum takeoff weight: 3283 kg
Fuel load: 304 kg / 400 l
Useful load: 797 kg

Forward-firing armament:
20mm gun "MG 151/20", 200 rounds, 700 rounds per minute, nose-mounted
2 x 7.92mm machine gun "MG 17", 500 rounds, 1200 rounds per minute, synchronized
2 x 20mm gun "MG 151/20", 135 rounds, 700 rounds per minute, wing-mounted (modification)

Bombs:
Up to 4 x 55 kg general purpose bombs "SC 50"
249 kg general purpose bomb "SC 250"

Length: 8.94 m
Wingspan: 9.97 m
Wing surface: 16.1 m^2

Combat debut: May 1942

Additional Configurations[edit | edit source]

MG 151/20 20mm guns in wing-mounted gun pods with 135 rounds per each
Additional mass: 212 kg
Ammunition mass: 55 kg
Guns mass: 157 kg
Estimated speed loss: 12 km/h

4 x 55 kg General Purpose Bombs SC 50
Additional mass: 260 kg
Ammunition mass: 220 kg
Racks mass: 40 kg
Estimated speed loss before drop: 51 km/h
Estimated speed loss after drop: 11 km/h

249 kg General Purpose Bomb SC 250
Additional mass: 279 kg
Ammunition mass: 249 kg
Racks mass: 30 kg
Estimated speed loss before drop: 31 km/h
Estimated speed loss after drop: 10 km/h

Alternative pilot protection: armoured transparent triplex head rest for better visibility
Additional mass: 10 kg
Estimated speed loss: 0 km/h

Removed pilot armoured headrest for improved field of view
Weight savings: 8 kg
Estimated speed loss: 0 km/h

History[edit | edit source]