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[Finn·Balor]The Devil's heart

2,324 Romantic  2 months ago
3,601 downloads
Auto Credit Based on Romantic's The Devil's hearts

The above is a twin-engine version
Today is January 1st, I wish you all a happy New Year!
Today, I will give this engine as a gift to you.
Name: TheDevil's Heart
Single shot maximum thrust 30t during normal work
Open the afterburner maximum thrust 40t
AG1 opens the afterburner
This engine also has a vector function
Here are photos





Use this engine casually, but if you want to put it on your work, please indicate that the engine comes from me: D

Removing its bracket will not be so heavy! ! !

Then, I am making this plane



90% completion

Thank you for your support!!!!

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor The Devil's hearts
  • Successors 3 airplane(s) +14 bonus
  • This plane has been featured
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 8.2ft (2.5m)
  • Length 31.5ft (9.6m)
  • Height 12.9ft (3.9m)
  • Empty Weight 335,524lbs (152,191kg)
  • Loaded Weight 512,775lbs (232,591kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.052
  • Wing Loading -439,839.3lbs/ft2 (-2,147,483.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 4009

Parts

  • Number of Parts 626
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    463 og31S

    smh I could make a mobile-friendly one but too lazy

    one month ago
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    3,803 JetFly

    and that's how to get 2k in 25 days

    +2 one month ago
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    2,324 Romantic

    @GeneralOliverVonBismarck No. . . I just finished the test today.

    +1 one month ago
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    Is plane finished @Romantic

    +1 2 months ago
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    Can't wait for the plane!

    +1 2 months ago
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    1,069 Gameboy21

    Just to run this requires processing power. wow

    +2 2 months ago
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    Hey does the plane use mods @Romantic

    +1 2 months ago
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    495 JediWolf

    @Roadrunner232 but I could use my Overload hax and build a podracer engine block!

    +1 2 months ago
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    :( @JediWolf

    +1 2 months ago
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    495 JediWolf

    @Roadrunner232 wish I could but MOBILE player here sooo ;-;

    +1 2 months ago
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    2,324 Romantic

    @Tresinator Just make it with mod and parts

    +2 2 months ago
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    2,324 Romantic

    @Tresinator Hahaha,thank you for your compliment,brother.

    +2 2 months ago
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    32.2k AdlerSteiner

    romantic.

    2 months ago
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    TEACH MEEEEEEEEEEEE please!@Romantic

    2 months ago
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    This is just, the most beautiful engine I have ever seen and maybe will see, on SimplePlanes.com.

    2 months ago
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    5,070 SuperSix

    So not a big surprise you can build a good

    +1 2 months ago
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    2,324 Romantic

    Yeah Im not a new player.@SuperSix

    +1 2 months ago
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    Now who wants to go podracing?

    2 months ago
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    5,070 SuperSix

    I have a feeling this is not a new player at all

    2 months ago
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    @LiamW at the very least make a variant of the design with a shallow v-tail, just for the lols.

    2 months ago
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    10.9k LiamW

    I can’t say I’m an expert but I’ve done a lot of reading about it for an RC design. My verdict was that actively controlled split ailerons can be more stabilising for less weight and drag. They have less effect than a fully-moving rudder but the inherent instability of the aircraft aids maneuverability. You’ll also notice that many (if not most) publicised 6th gen concepts use split ailerons and thrust vectoring instead of fins. It’s all a matter of trade offs really @BogdanX

    2 months ago
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    2,324 Romantic

    thanks!@Hexcorpz

    +1 2 months ago
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    6,329 Rub3n213

    Bruuuhhhhhh

    10/10

    2 months ago
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    208k BogdanX

    @LiamW because vertical fins stabilize the plane on YAW axis... Su-27+ (up to 37, even 57) is one of the most agile plane in history and check how large are its vertical stabs.
    Also F-22 has them very big.
    Those vertical stabs are bad news for stealth factor, still the F-35 was designed with 2 of them.... it seems they are needed

    +1 2 months ago
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    10.9k LiamW

    I’m actually not sure why fighter aircraft are still being designed with vertical fins. Since they are all fly-by-wire with no mechanical backup, there’s no safety difference between active and passive stabilisers. I guess it’s a political 'low risk' thing @BogdanX

    2 months ago
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