Hmm, The flaps of the F6F were never originally designed to be used in combat, pretty much like the Spitfire's flaps. On the other hand very few fighters originally had their flaps design for combat, but pilots learned they could be used to tighten the turn. I've checked through the F6F remodeling thread and below is from the discussion regarding how to model the F6F flaps:
"Flaps limits are reported as 196 mph to lower, 107 mph fully down (170 knots and 93 knots). However the pilot can only select the UP and DOWN positions, and the flaps will set at an angle depending on the airspeed. This is not controllable by the pilot. The game can't really model this though. With this in mind I don't think we should give this FM the option to use combat flaps. I guess we should only give it a single flaps position (50°), and like 160 mph for lowering the flaps to full would be a good compromise? If we set the speed to low then the flaps will to often blowback to UP position while landing. The F6F-5 should have the blowback feature."
The POH states blow back flaps 50 degrees at 93 knots, 15 degrees at 150 knots. An airspeed switch prevents flaps being used above 170 knots and will auto retract them above that speed."
"...Since we cannot model this I have only modeled the 50° setting, but at ~160 mph as a trade off so that the flaps won't suddenly blow back to 0° at 107 mph (93 knots) while landing. Also when taking off the pilot could only use 50° flaps, since the speed controlled flaps won't start decreasing in angle until 107 mph (93 knots)"
The question is wether or not the F6F pilot could use the flaps in combat if he wanted to. Would the complicated mechanism jam by the G-forces from hard turning while having them operable? Or maybe pilots did use them in combat by put them in DOWN position in a turn fight below 196 mph (170 knots). if so we could model them for 10° at 180 mph, 30° at ~150 mph and 50° at 130 mph as a compromise. Considering we later modeled the automatic butterfly flaps of the Japanese N1K1-J to have several selectable flaps stages, since the code doesn't allow for making them automatic, then it could be more fair to also give the F6F the ability to use several flaps angles.