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M-18 Dromader (3 Year Special)

88.4k BoganBoganTheWoman  one year ago

Note:

Thanks for a fantastic 3 years in this wonderful community! I know this post is a bit early, but I will be on vacation for some time and I have decided to upload today instead.


PZL-Mielec M-18 "Dromader"

Low part version here.


Instructions:
•Trim - Trim
•Normal flight controls
•Activate 1 - Sprayers
•Activate 8 - Lights



Description:
The PZL-Mielec M-18 Dromader is a single-engine agricultural aircraft manufactured and designed in Poland by PZL-Mielec. Over 760 have been built and used around the world. It is primarily used for crop dusting and firefighting. The plane was designed with the help of the American company, Rockwell International in the 70's.



Features:
•Automatically deploying flaps
•Realistic flight model
•1:1 scale
•Around 95% blueprint matching



Thanks to the members of SPMC and SBC for testing.

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General Characteristics

  • Successors 1 airplane(s) +7 bonus
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 57.1ft (17.4m)
  • Length 31.0ft (9.5m)
  • Height 14.2ft (4.3m)
  • Empty Weight 4,980lbs (2,259kg)
  • Loaded Weight 6,590lbs (2,989kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 2.046
  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.154
  • Wing Loading 8.5lbs/ft2 (41.3kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 779.4ft2 (72.4m2)
  • Drag Points 7333

Parts

  • Number of Parts 366
  • Control Surfaces 7
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    @Dllama4 the cockpit reflection?

    10 months ago
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    @BoganBoganTheMan pong

    11 months ago
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    Gta Sa...

    one year ago
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    @Rhubarb1263 Which one?

    one year ago
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    how do you get that reflective surface?

    one year ago
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    @Jetliner101 It’s an “upgrade” of my low part count version which is linked in the description of this build.

    one year ago
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    4,244 Shippy456

    This seems a very serious build, but silly, all in the same.

    +3 one year ago
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    ping

    +1 one year ago
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    Noice 69 Upvotes

    one year ago
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    @ChiChiWerx Thanks!

    one year ago
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    16.0k ShockRF

    @Dllama4, any analogues for altitude and other parameters?

    +1 one year ago
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    WAIT! v>99 v=velocity? how long has this been in the game? this is genius!
    how did you find it? is there one for altitude too?

    +3 one year ago
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    12.6k Viper3000ad

    Incredibly special work. You have changed the way we can use and think "automatic" control surfaces. Really beautiful and with great flying features! It will definitely add to my favorites

    one year ago
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    Please put this on an AN-2

    one year ago
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    26.5k ChiChiWerx

    Nice.

    one year ago
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    @Dllama4 lol

    one year ago
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    29.4k CRJ900Pilot

    Really? Thats genius! @Dllama4

    one year ago
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    @RailfanEthan I doubt I will pass you anytime soon.

    one year ago
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    @Hyattorama Thanks!

    one year ago
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    @CRJ900Pilot Let's say you have a rotator with the input set to VTOL. Instead of VTOL, you will want to put something like v>50, v<70, v>12, etc. On my plane, I have it set to V>99. I have it set to where the flaps are already down when you spawn. When the plane reaches anything 99mph or above, they will retract as the input is V>99. I'm not too good at explaining things. If you want to know more, just tag me.

    one year ago
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    29.4k CRJ900Pilot

    Cool, again. How do the flaps work?

    one year ago
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    29.7k Hyattorama

    Wow fantastic build.

    +2 one year ago
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    enjoy a spotlight while i still can on u

    one year ago
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    kek

    one year ago
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    1,961 Topfighter

    i love how the nose cone is a literal bomb

    one year ago
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