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another plane courtesey of, AND named after Kurt Tank, the Ta-152 C-3. I took a very diffrent apporach from all of my latest builds and tried my best to mimic those camouflage dots used in WWII, made an independent rudder (which doesnt perform well, but it looks hella nice, yeeees).
And borrowed a cockpit from one of the gents by the name of @realluochen9999, for that I thank you very much my good sir.
I'd also like to thank none other @Seeras for helping and making this possible
now on to the instructions and brief history :D
I sincerely hope you enjoy this build, it took me a while to build and I do appologize for not uploading this on its due date, life business :p. Cheerio!
-Landing speed is >190mph for a smooth one
-During take off, counter the yaw because this plane has a tendency to yaw uncontrollably on the ground.
-G for landing gears
-Vtol halfway down for Combat/takeoff flaps
-Vtol all the way down for landing flaps
The Focke-Wulf Ta 152 was a World War II German high-altitude fighter-interceptor designed by Kurt Tank and produced by Focke-Wulf. The Ta 152 was a development of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 aircraft. It was intended to be made in at least three versions—the Ta 152H Höhenjäger ("high-altitude fighter"), the Ta 152C designed for medium-altitude operations and ground-attack using a different engine and smaller wing, and the Ta 152E fighter-reconnaissance aircraft with the engine of the H model and the wing of the C model.
The Ta-152C had an armament of 4x 20mm Mg151s (two on the engine cowl, 2 on the wing roots) and 1x Mk103 30mm integrated in the propeller shaft. Due to its added weight on the wings, it doesn't roll as good as the Dora series or the Ta-152 H.