ADFX 01 from AceCombat Zero
ag1 Left engine on
ag2 right engine on
I will upload the tls version next week.
it has a fully modeled cockpit and engines
this is my biggest work so far i hope you like it.
The ADFX-01 was a fighter aircraft developed in the early 1980s by the South Belka Munitions Factory as a platform for next-generation weapon systems. It was intended to surpass any mass production fighter in performance. The ADFX-01 had a twin in the form of the ADFX-02, which shared its body design and its edge over conventional jets; however, the 02 unit had a reinforced airframe as well as the ability to carry multiple weapons simultaneously.
The ADFX-01 was never deployed in battle by Belka, nor was it one of the technologies stolen by A World With No Boundaries. The plane was later found and confiscated by the former Allied Forces, becoming property of the Osean Federation for the next fifteen years.
In 2011, the jet was flown in an airshow over November City, along with an ADF-01 FALKEN and an X-02 Wyvern, all constructed by Gründer Industries.
Plans for developing the ADFX-01 were discovered by the UNF in the USEA Federation during Operation Eternal Liberation. USEA had not completed a model by the time the plans were seized. The UNF used these plans to create their own line of ADFX-01s, beginning with the prototype ADFX-01 -Block1- 1 Star Aircraft. This prototype was awarded to some mercenaries operating with the UNF for testing in combat.
After successful tests, the UNF greenlit mass production of the base model. This model was far more powerful than the Block1 model, incorporating more TLS shots as well as the Multi-Purpose Burst Missile. Additionally, all of its stats are superior to the Block1
- Successors 1 airplane(s)
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 50.8ft (15.5m)
- Length 91.9ft (28.0m)
- Height 20.4ft (6.2m)
- Empty Weight 55,447lbs (25,150kg)
- Loaded Weight 55,447lbs (25,150kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 6.079
- Wing Loading 75.5lbs/ft2 (368.8kg/m2)
- Wing Area 734.0ft2 (68.2m2)
- Drag Points 35805
- Number of Parts 959
- Control Surfaces 52