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F-86 K

78.2k DieDieTheLoaf  5 days ago
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Auto Credit Based on mikoyanster's 1st Jetfighter Generation

Welcome to my new

F-86K!

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The North American F-86D Sabre (sometimes called the "Sabre Dog" was an American transonic jet all-weather interceptor of the United States Air Force and others. Based on the North American F-86 Sabre day fighter, the F-86D had only 25 percent commonality with other Sabre variants, with a larger fuselage, a larger afterburning engine, and a distinctive nose radome.

The YF-95 was a development of the F-86 Sabre, the first aircraft designed around the new 2.75-inch (70 mm) "Mighty Mouse" Folding-Fin Aerial Rocket (FFAR). Begun in March 1949, the unarmed prototype, 50-577, first flew on 22 December 1949, piloted by North American test pilot George Welch and was the first U.S. Air Force night fighter design with only a single crewman and a single engine, a J47-GE-17 with afterburner rated at 5,425 lbf (24.1 kN) static thrust. Gun armament was eliminated in favor of a retractable under-fuselage tray carrying 24 unguided Mk. 4 rockets, then considered a more effective weapon against enemy bombers than a barrage of cannon fire. A second prototype, 50-578, was also built, but the YF-95 nomenclature was short-lived as the design was subsequently redesignated YF-86D.

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AG-1 Airbrake
AG-2 Fueltank

HAVE FUN!

-Big chunguss

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor 1st Jetfighter Generation
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 44.2ft (13.5m)
  • Length 49.3ft (15.0m)
  • Height 20.7ft (6.3m)
  • Empty Weight 13,900lbs (6,305kg)
  • Loaded Weight 17,224lbs (7,812kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.435
  • Wing Loading 37.0lbs/ft2 (180.8kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 465.2ft2 (43.2m2)
  • Drag Points 6390

Parts

  • Number of Parts 488
  • Control Surfaces 3
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    It is bassicaly a g.91@FeatherWing

    3 days ago
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    9,587 FeatherWing

    Very nice.
    Although, it makes me think of the G.91 a lot

    3 days ago
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    2,262 Heavy_Mause

    @DieDieTheLoaf epic

    4 days ago
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    Is there ratings? Or will I see who wins at the end?@mikoyanster

    5 days ago
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    @DieDieTheLoaf lol

    5 days ago
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    Wow very nice

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    120k MAHADI

    A loaf dies when it becomes a toast - Sir Alfred Breadmaker

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    Maybe I’m wrong@AsteroidAsteroidTheBook

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    14.0k BagelPlane

    @DieDieTheLoaf Yes the F-86D had a rocket bay, called the “Mighty Mouse”, designed for shooting down bombers.

    5 days ago
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    @DieDieTheLoaf Wikipedia says it's retractable

    5 days ago
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    See, it is just Detachable @AsteroidAsteroidTheBook

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    Yeah, but I don’t think it retracts@AsteroidAsteroidTheBook

    5 days ago
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    @DieDieTheLoaf If I'm not mistaken yeah. I have a model of one hanging from my ceiling and it has an option to include or not include the rack

    5 days ago
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    That was retractable? I can still make it@AsteroidAsteroidTheBook

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    Wow@AsteroidAsteroidTheBook

    5 days ago
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    Dude how do you feel

    pinokio

    5 days ago
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    My grandpa used to see F-86Ds fly over his house all the time as a kid when he lived in Arizona

    +1 5 days ago
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    Awe you didn't add the retractable rocket bay

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    20.4k Bernkastel

    We used to have F-86D/Ks for the Philippine Air Force! Nice pog plane btw

    5 days ago
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    27.3k KnightOfRen

    Oh....wow! This is incredible! Keep it up dude!

    5 days ago
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    @KnightOfRen

    5 days ago