Republic P-47 Turbobolt (10K SPECIAL)

by   29.7k EpicPigster1 (based on EpicPigster1's P-47 Turbobolt WIP)  2 months ago

Thanks for 10K everyone! I really appreciate it, Gimli Glider coming soon!

Special thanks to BogdanX helping me fix the plane, without him, this project would not have been possible. The entire plane has been rebuilt from scratch despite being a P-47, everything on it has been built from scratch.

Controls:
AG1: Lights
FIRE GUNS: 8 nose mounted .50 cals of death
CAM 1: Cockpit View
VTOL: Flaps

One of my hardest projects, I only had the side view so i had to build custom wings and horizontal stabilizers. It is accurate in proposed size and the exact shape of the concept.

HISTORY:
The Turbobolt was America's response to the Me262. They chose to use the P-47 as a basis for a jet fighter since it was so large, but even then they had to make lots of modifications to house the jet engine. In the end, the plane never left paper, as engineers discovered that the airframe was nearing its maximum potential.

As a member of A.W.R.F.U.R, this fighter will be hopefully joining the fight against the worm things!

Spotlights

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor P-47 Turbobolt WIP
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 35.1ft (10.7m)
  • Length 32.4ft (9.9m)
  • Height 12.7ft (3.9m)
  • Empty Weight 7,400lbs (3,357kg)
  • Loaded Weight 13,705lbs (6,216kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.819
  • Wing Loading 20.6lbs/ft2 (100.7kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 664.7ft2 (61.8m2)
  • Drag Points 4994

Parts

  • Number of Parts 450
  • Control Surfaces 4
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @MEERKAT978 lol

    11 days ago
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    @Showtime now we only need some more German planes for target practice. Muahahahaha

    11 days ago
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @helilover03 Not this one XD, this was a jet concept, I made a P-47N before this lol

    one month ago
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    4,116 Trainzo

    Very original plane
    Good job .

    2 months ago
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    Put asterisks around the word you want italicized. One on each side. Ex: * (insert word, but with no space between the word and asterisks) *
    @ThunderAircraft

    2 months ago
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    12.5k CRJ900Pilot

    Ok@EpicPigster1

    2 months ago
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @CRJ900Pilot Let's do a Mustang, I have a lot of other projects going on right now so I think it would be a bit easier.

    2 months ago
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    12.5k CRJ900Pilot

    Should we try a b-25 or mustang next?

    2 months ago
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @martin3 Thx bro

    2 months ago
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    awsome

    2 months ago
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @ForeverPie YAY!

    2 months ago
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    65.0k ForeverPie

    Congrats, you are now a contributor!

    2 months ago
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    15.9k BaconRoll

    @EpicPigster1 no problem!

    2 months ago
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @Showtime It's made me happy as well, I love the P-47 to bits. I've even got a model P-47 sitting on my desk, the Razorback version, and it was the first kit I poured my soul into.

    2 months ago
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @BaconRoll Thanks dude! Glad you like it!

    2 months ago
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    4,320 Showtime

    Who can I thank for the recent surge in P-47s? Because it's made me a very happy camper.

    2 months ago
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    15.9k BaconRoll

    Bloody awesome

    2 months ago
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    @AerodynamicallyConfused how to do italics lol

    2 months ago
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @AerodynamicallyConfused Thanks bro!

    2 months ago
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    This. Is. Beautiful.

    2 months ago
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @ChiChiWerx Yeah, but the Thunderjet was a completley new design, the turbobolt was literally a thunderbolt with a jet

    2 months ago
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    12.6k ChiChiWerx

    Yeah...this should be called a P-84 Thunderjet, because this is exactly what Alexander Seversky had in mind when he created the P-84, a jet-powered Thunderbolt.

    2 months ago
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @saturn28 Thx!

    2 months ago
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    14.6k Athaya

    Gosh that engine gives me nightmare ;)

    2 months ago
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    29.7k EpicPigster1

    @CoolPeach I guess I could...

    2 months ago
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