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FA-70 A1 “Copy”

22.6k ColonelStriker  2.5 years ago
Auto Credit Based on ColonelStriker's FXA-14 Topcat

A modification request sent out by the Mobile Task Force: Air Force Division to remove the sweep wing design and add a straight wing variant was issued. The Aerodynamic Research Division responded with quick and swift modification. Knowing that the Divison wants a multi role aircraft, they added six hard points underneath the wing. Radar Cross Section was kept to a minimum so they used the Standard Stealth Wing Design #022-B. The first (now designated) FA-70 A1 was produced only two weeks from the request. The first batch of new aircraft with the amount of 200 was finished within two months. Pilots noticed the resemblance of the PAK FA the Russians were flying so they nicknamed it Copy as it bears its structure so similar, they thought it was simply copied.

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Same as the FA-70

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Idk, enjoy?

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor FXA-14 Topcat
  • This plane has been featured
  • Created On iOS
  • Wingspan 27.9ft (8.5m)
  • Length 37.7ft (11.5m)
  • Height 9.7ft (3.0m)
  • Empty Weight 14,080lbs (6,387kg)
  • Loaded Weight 23,877lbs (10,830kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.694
  • Wing Loading 21.7lbs/ft2 (106.0kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,099.6ft2 (102.2m2)
  • Drag Points 5681

Parts

  • Number of Parts 378
  • Control Surfaces 2
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    @Dimkal sorry but what are tandem configurations? Also, I can’t make flaps fore some reason... I tried but it is “inverted”. Like when I put the flaps up, the direction of the plane goes down...

    2.5 years ago
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    27.4k Dimkal

    Thats a great design, even better from the swept wing. You have a great potential and this build proves that. I have just a couple of notes to highlight:
    1) The landing gear is quite aft of the CoM and thus making takeoff harder.
    2) The internal weapons bay could be in tandem configuration in the centerline axis.
    3) Where are the flaps??? This beast needs flaps for low-speed handling.

    2.5 years ago
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    29.7k soundwave

    This is the only kind of Copy I approve of on this site

    +2 2.5 years ago