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Re: GI Lounge

Post by =WRAG=OSA » 08 Oct 2012 17:22

Teknetinium wrote:Campercz you should stop drinking that Mig-31 cooling liquid.
At front gear cover of SU27 also container for Vodka, more that 2 liters...
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Don't emty it as will make refuiling of this tank mach difficult and your front part of cocpit cover will make frosen while you are going throug clouds...
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Re: GI Lounge

Post by Camper » 08 Oct 2012 19:09

Nah, I've got special ubgrade in my Cy-27, the whole fuel tank (9400kg) was remade for special high alcohol vodka. Now, via special pipes from those tanks into my cockpit, I can drink vodka whenever I want. However, this might be the reason why I usually have about 3-4 tons less fuel after 30 minutes of flight then the rest of the flight. :D
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Re: GI Lounge

Post by Kunz » 08 Oct 2012 20:53

Camper wrote:Nah, I've got special ubgrade in my Cy-27, the whole fuel tank (9400kg) was remade for special high alcohol vodka. Now, via special pipes from those tanks into my cockpit, I can drink vodka whenever I want. However, this might be the reason why I usually have about 3-4 tons less fuel after 30 minutes of flight then the rest of the flight. :D
Hmmm... that explains the reason why I always hear over the radio "2 is bingo fuel and bandit on my six, only 400kmph forward speed...." and then after some time... "2 ejecting". I must inform our ground crew to cut those pipes on your Cy-27... :winky:
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Re: GI Lounge

Post by Camper » 08 Oct 2012 21:49

No no no that will not be neccessary :D Bigger fuel tanks is the solution!
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Re: GI Lounge

Post by Frostie » 08 Oct 2012 23:39

If you're low on "fuel" ;) give Tek a call he's usually flying an IL-78 full of the stuff. :winky:
But don't bother him during the week though, that's when he's mostly flying a cargo plane full of rubber dog poo out Hong Kong.
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Re: GI Lounge

Post by Teknetinium » 09 Oct 2012 02:04

Frostie, this weekend I was flying you in my Mi-24 Hind. :D
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Re: GI Lounge

Post by Gandalf » 09 Oct 2012 16:38

Reely!
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