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Author Topic: IL-2 1946 - Landing a Bell 47 with no tail!  (Read 553 times)
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Since October 28, 2010, 04:47:53 PM

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« on: November 22, 2016, 10:00:09 PM »

This has to be the strangest glitch I have experienced in IL-2 1946. Shortly after spawning, the tail of my Bell 47 separated from the rest of the aircraft. Usually, at this point, the helicopter would begin to spin uncontrollably, as the tail-rotor is not longer in place to correct the torque of the main rotor. For whatever reason, it seems like physics did not hold true, as the Bell continued to fly. Not very well.. but reasonable enough that I still had quite a bit of control over the aircraft. After landing, (Not shown in this video) I fired the Bell back up and attempted to take off. As you would have though in the first place, it spiraled upward in a unstable corkscrew..

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If you believe that it is impossible to land there, you were just proven wrong..
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