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Old 01-31-2013, 04:44 PM
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Whenever possible I adjust... I don´t always have the time, but if you can have a quick glimpse at it, try to adjust.
As the 109 is an energy fighter, you can easily overheat the engine in a dive. Decreasing the angle of the propeller will also give you more speed to climb away from a boom&zoom-attack.

And one last tip: Try to fly by ear. If you can hear that you have way too much rpm, you don´t have to look at the rpm indicator. This needs training but is quite useful after a while...
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