After three weeks, it’s finally done! This is my first try at doing a custom cockpit, I won’t do this stuff often, but here’s a racer to satisfy your needs.
The Windworks WRH 15 is the first, and probably last racer ever made by the company. It is not meant for speed, or maneuverability. It is meant for pure distance. It goes from Island to island, like an intercontinental type race. This plane is designed to be aerodynamic, so the cockpit is tucked so far into the plane, that the pilot couldn’t see directly in front of them! A front facing camera had to be installed, with a monitor showing what the camera was picking up from the front of the aircraft.
Also, this plane features a new thing that doesn't come around too often: Flexible intakes. The wing-mounted intakes/WCS, OCS bend at the same degree of the flaps, at nearly the same speed. I hope yall enjoy this thing as much as I do, because I think it looks cool.
Trim for flaps, basic flight controls.
Enjoy, happy flying!
- This plane has been featured
- Created On Mac
- Wingspan 42.5ft (12.9m)
- Length 35.8ft (10.9m)
- Height 15.7ft (4.8m)
- Empty Weight -6,841lbs (-3,103kg)
- Loaded Weight 6,062lbs (2,749kg)
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.494
- Wing Loading 12.5lbs/ft2 (61.2kg/m2)
- Wing Area 483.4ft2 (44.9m2)
- Drag Points 6466
- Number of Parts 138
- Control Surfaces 9