* ONLY 210 PARTS *
To the delight of potato computers owners and mobile devices users. I planned to remain at max 200, but 210 is OK.
* FEATURES *
All the controls in the cockpit work. They are just stick, pedals and trim, but they work. The throttle is not there simply because it was not there. The engine had only two modes: without electrical contact, and with at full throttle. This system is not supported by SimplePlanes, but that's okay.
The ailerons and the rudder move even if in unusual shape.
* CAUTION *
The rudder works exactly like the original, so it has a brutal but extremely effective action.
The take-off is simple, when the tail lifts up, pull up.
Landing requires a bit of gentleness, but it is feasible with relative simplicity. Pay attention only to the tendency of the plane to plant downwards as soon as the wheels touch. Try to make a delicate landing in a nose up position.
* DIFFERENCES FROM THE ORIGINAL *
Several, especially in the cockpit (including its shape, which was not rectangular but oval, and I could not get it).
The engine fairing is slightly different, but the exact shape I think is impossible to reconstruct in SimplePlanes.
* INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE *
There are no AGs.
The gear is not retractable.
There are no brakes, not even on the wheels.
You only have machine guns, stick, throttle, pedals and trim. Let them suffice.
* FUN *
Make dogfight with this
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.809
- Wing Loading 7.0lbs/ft2 (34.2kg/m2)
- Wing Area 176.4ft2 (16.4m2)
- Drag Points 3328
- Number of Parts 210
- Control Surfaces 18