This isn’t a Boeing 377 replica, it is only my interpretation of it.
The Boeying B-400 the successor to the earlier Boeying B-337. The main customer was Nordic Star International. The production ran from 1954 to 1962 and a total of 79 planes were produced. The B-400 had a larger capacity and better performance than it’s predecessor. A total of 12 units were transformed into freighters in the mid 70’s. The last B-400 was retired in 2009.
Top speed: 330 knots
Number built: 79
Period of service: 1954 – 2009
Cruising altitude: 27,000 ft
Range: Medium to Long haul
Take off speed: 150 mph
Landing speed: 170 mph
Engines: 4x Boeying B-226 radial’s
2-Engine Number 1
3-Engine Number 2
4-Engine Number 3
5-Engine Number 4
6-Position & Beacon lights
7-Strobe & Landing lights
8-Enable/Disable steering wheel
Press 1 to enable the hydraulics. Once enabled you will hear a trumpet like sound. This is the hydraulic pump. Press 2-5 to enable engines. If you need to take a sharp turn, you can steer with the engines.
Flaps full (VTOL down full) and rotate when reaching 150 mph. Once off the ground set trim full and continu climbing at about 10* Pitch.
Flaps full & trim full. Keep the speed between 170 mph – 180 mph.
- CoconutCraft 6 months ago
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 115.3ft (35.1m)
- Length 98.4ft (30.0m)
- Height 32.0ft (9.7m)
- Empty Weight 51,128lbs (23,191kg)
- Loaded Weight 51,394lbs (23,312kg)
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 1.167
- Wing Loading 39.3lbs/ft2 (191.8kg/m2)
- Wing Area 1,308.5ft2 (121.6m2)
- Drag Points 22424
- Number of Parts 733
- Control Surfaces 7