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Old 02-11-2011, 04:06 PM
B25Mitch B25Mitch is offline
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Thankyou Bricks and Rodolphe for posting photos. I think we can say for sure that the weight distribution in real life is much higher in the fuselage than the wings, which means that these kind of raised-wing wrecks are not out of the ordinary.

Perhaps all CoD needs(assuming the collision damage model is similar to IL-2) is a bit of rotational damping on the fuselage to stop it from rolling around so much after it's come to a stop. That would simulate the effects of a 'flattened' fuselage, as seen in the photographs above. Both of the aircraft in my own screenshots reached that position after considerable rocking back and forth, which makes them look a bit like toys, really.

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