Curtiss P-40F Warhawk for P3D v.4
- Accurate and highly detailed 3D interactive cockpit featuing six-degrees-of-freedom (6DOF) technology compatible with head-tracking devices and Oculus Rift.
- Accurate modelling of the P-40F instruments, gauges and dials.
- High fidelity accurate systems modelling such as electrical, fuel, hydraulics, and engine system modelled to detailed schematics.
- Highly detailed P-40F external 3D model and liveries enhanced for PBR in P3D when released.
- Realistic external flight model including torque, procession and the unique characteristics of a Warbird.
ABOUT THE Curtiss P-40F
The P-40F Warhawk is a member of one of the most produced fighter families of World War 2 with over 13’000 being produced. Taking part in every major theatre of the war, Serving widely in Africa and the Pacific Theatre the Curtiss P-40F earned itself a reputation as a steady gun platform and a versatile Fighter Bomber supporting the allied advance through Africa and into Italy.
Serving with over 16 nations, The P-40 earned the famous Tuskegee Airmen their first air to air kill vs a German Fw190 in 1943, Serving with the Free French forces in North Africa the P-40 made a widely recognised contribution to the war effort.
In the Pacific the Curtiss P-40 scored hundreds of kills against the Imperial Japanese Navy, Many American aces including Bob Westbrook and Henry Matson furthered their kill counts in Warhawks.
Fitted with a Supercharged Packard Merlin 1650-1 the P-40 was capable of producing nearly 1400hp with a top speed of over 360mph. Also capable of carrying 2000lbs of stores the P-40 was effective against Air, Land and Sea targets making it a vital tool in the offensive against the Axis forces all the way until the end of the war.
The Curtiss P-40F is designed to work with P3D v.4.