not much to discuss, 1.5 works and i can sink the japanese destroyer with 2 torpedos and that happens alot with my boat's large supply of them.
i think a more involved discussion is this new forum layout. its an eyesore.
I changed it back to the old one, the new one was just too horrible for me to handle...
Along with the sound the speed needs changed. Those things were damn fast. Found this. The Packard 4M-2500 engine was utilized in all U.S. Navy World War II PT boats. This engine was based on the 1925 Liberty aircraft engine which was earlier converted for marine use in racing boats. During the war the Packard engine went through various performance updates and modifications. With early engines rated at 1100 h.p. and progressing to 1500 h.p. during the war. The Packard 4M-2500 engine was a supercharged, water cooled, gasoline powered V-12 engine, weighing approximately 2900 pounds. The Packard 4M-2500 marine engine was not the Rolls-Royce Merlin, nor did U.S. Navy PT boats use the R.R. Merlin engines, which is sometimes misstated. However, Packard did built a version of Merlin Engine under contract by Britain for British aircraft use. Packard 4M-2500, Super Charged V-12 Gasoline Marine Engine The Packard 4M- 2500 - PT Boat Engine Cylinders:12 - V angled arrangementSupercharger:Gear driven - centrifugalCooling: Fresh waterMaximum RPM:2400 rpm, 2000 rpm sustainedRating:1200, 1350, 1500 depending on year of manufacturingFuel:100 Octane gasolineFuel Consumption at 40 knots:Top speed at 40 knots, running three engines, 474 gallons per hour. Full fuel load (3,000 gallons) 6.3 hours.Fuel Consumptionat 40 knots:Maximum sustained speed at 2000 rpm, running three engines, 292 gallons per hour. Full fuel load (3,000 gallons) 10.3 hours, range radius of 259 miles at 35 knots, 518 miles total.
hey can you tell me how to install it manually, the extractor fails