The FW200C-8 is a rare variant of the FW200, it was developed in the last years of the war to specifically carry two radio controlled anti-ship missile known as the Hs293 (the radar antenna are apparent on the nose).
The Controls are simple,
AG3-4 are the same, for they are the dorsal and nose turrets. AG7+VTOL=Bomb bay doors.
AG4-5 (same numbered cameras for the missiles as well.) are missile deployment.
To launch the missiles you first must deactivate AG8 (control surfaces) and activate AG6 (Gyro, along with deactivating AG8, is also useful when manning the turrets so the plane flys itself in a straight line while you shoot)
Then you may fire and guide the missiles.
Along with new complex landing gear, this FW200 also has a new paint job, more details, Better body shape, and better flying characteristics.
(this may also be a weee bit of a push for gold....)
Credit to Zott's for the base model.
- GT3TobyRS 2.6 years ago
- Predecessor Focke-Wulf 200 Condor
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 113.5ft (34.6m)
- Length 76.5ft (23.3m)
- Height 20.1ft (6.1m)
- Empty Weight 33,150lbs (15,037kg)
- Loaded Weight 46,934lbs (21,289kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.143
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.136
- Wing Loading 33.3lbs/ft2 (162.6kg/m2)
- Wing Area 1,409.1ft2 (130.9m2)
- Drag Points 29275
- Number of Parts 438
- Control Surfaces 21