Mosquito - manoeuvreability

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  1. Fatale

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    I am looking for data about Mosquito's manoeuvreability (roll, turning, etc...). I found something on WWII Aircraft Performance but it's all mainly about speeds :(

    Pls hlp me
     
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    I found that Bf110G4 was better in climb rate than Mosquito FB. Mk. VI (~11 m/s vs. 8 ms/s in climb to 5000m), Bf110 was better in roll rate, manoeuvrability, hi speed handling and that Bf110 kept up more Gs than Mossie ( about 9-10 for Bf110 and that 6.5G was dangerous for Mossie). Is it true? :shock:
     
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    Due to it's speed the Mosquito is suppose to have had the fewest losses of any WWII plane if my info is correct.
     
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    Yes but to be fair, she was also the only craft that could be brought down by a squadron of woodpeckers.
     
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