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Messerschmitt Bf-109G

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The package contains 6 different marks of Messerschmitt Bf-109G, in 12 separate models, to cover some of the major variants of each:

  • G-2 Tropical
  • G-4
  • G-6 (Luftwaffe and Italian textures)
  • G-6 R3 R6 with gun pods
  • G-6 First tall tail model
  • G-6 Swiss variant
  • G-6 Tropical; Finnish variant
  • G8 R2 Tactical Reconnaissance Fighter
  • G-14 Early production model
  • G-14 Tall tailwheel
  • G-14 Late production model
  • G-10



The G-series Bf-109 was developed when the 1,475 hp Daimler-Benz DB 605 engine became available. The early versions of the Bf 109G looked quite similar to the Bf 109F-4, and at first carried the same armament. The G-series later saw the appearance of the notorious bulges in the cowling caused by the DB605 and by replacing the 7.92 mm MG 17 with 13 mm MG 131 machine guns (G-5 onwards)) and on the wings (due to larger main gear wheels, G-4 onwards), leading to the Bf-109G's nickname "The Bulge" (German: "Die Beule").

The G-6 model was the most produced Bf-109G version. During 1943, a number of improvements were introduced: an armoured glass head-rest and the introduction of the clear-view 'Erla Haube' canopy improved visibility, especially to the rear, plus a taller tail unit improved stability at high speeds. Advanced radio/navigational equipment was also introduced.

Subsequent Bf-109G versions were basically modified versions of the G-6. Early in 1944, new engines with either larger superchargers for improved high-altitude performance (DB 605AS), or with MW-50 methanol-water injection for improved low/medium altitude performance (DB 605AM) (or these two features combined, in the DB 605ASM), were introduced into Bf-109G-6.

The G-14, appearing in mid-1944 was essentially a late-war Bf 109G-6 with the above improvements standardized.

The G-10 was not a uniform type, but consisted of all kinds of Bf-109Gs being transformed to Bf-109G-10 specifications (as well as completely new airframes), with the aim being to mininally distrupt production lines already producing the Gustav airframe. The G-10 actually appeared in service after the G-14 and even somewhat after the K-4, in November 1944. The G-10 was eventually produced in very substantial numbers, with some 2600 G-10s being produced by the war's end.

The AS-engined G-6s,Bf-109G-14s and G-10s (along with the K-4) saw a refinement of the bulges covering the breeches of the cowl mounted MG 131, introducing a more streamlined form.


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  • Highly accurate VC, with many functioning parts
    2 types of gunsight: Revi 16B and ReviC12D
    Revi16B gunsight that folds accurately out of the way
    Revi16B and ReviC12D can be turned on and off
    6 different types, with 12 different models to cover variations
    13 different textures
    Accurate and challenging ground-handling characteristics
    Droppable Drop Tank, that removes weight and fuel from the aircraft.cfg for realistic performance
    Working Flettner tabs on the rudder of appropriate models
    Working MW emergency boost system in the appropriate models
    Accurate pilot flight suit and flight helmet
    100% authentic Bf-109 startup sounds
    Propeller blades which alter their angle with prop setting
    Functioning automatic/manual coolant flaps, which also serve as landing flaps
    3D gauges in the VC, for incredible realism
    The Manual and Paintkit are the G-6 aircraft folder.


To use the aircraft in FSX, see instructions here .


Please note: The Bf-109G is recommended for computers single-chip 3 Ghz and above, with dedicated graphics cards. However, those with less powerful computers (e.g.2.8 Ghz) have also run this aircraft without serious problem.