Mil Mi-28NM "Havoc" (prototype OP-1)
Presenting russia s latest "Night Hunter", featuring excellent maneverability, speed, control, armament and protection.
how to fly
As this helicopter is quite simple to get airborne, no such activation groups are needed. All you need to do is put the throttle to 100% and VTOL up and away she goes!
-Maximum colladeral is limited, so putting VTOL all the way up wont result in an unrealistic climb rate or RPM drop.
You can activate both gyro-stabilization and the turret by activating Ag2.
Once you have done so, pitch and roll will control the rotation of the turret.
-16x Ataka-V ATGM
-1x chin-mounted 30 mm Shipunov 2A42 cannon
-14x S-13 rocket
-At the start of the climb, the airframe should be able to climb a maximum climb rate of 50ft/s, or 15m/s. It reaches 1000ft or 305m in 20s. That is on par with the data IRL. The speed of the climb will increase during the climb, hitting its peak at 60mph - 26m/s. That rate of climb wont be sustained, as the airframe tends to slip and lose its vertical speed in favor of horizontal. (thats why there is such a diference between the actual rate of climb and the maximum climb speed)
-The maximum speed of this helicopter is 170mph or 273kph, but it should be 200mph or 320kph. You can regard it as maximum cruise speed, in that case it is perfectly correct.
-Maximum altitude is 21338ft or 6503m. The actual service ceeling is 19 000ft or 5700m. But the current service ceeling takes 27min to reach so that shouldnt be a problem.
The Havoc carries 450Galons of fuel. The IRL Havoc has a maximum endurance of 2h, yet mine can last 15.9h for some reason.
Thats all you really need to know, now go out there and have some fun!
- This plane has been featured
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 52.2ft (15.9m)
- Length 67.9ft (20.7m)
- Height 18.2ft (5.5m)
- Empty Weight 23,327lbs (10,581kg)
- Loaded Weight 26,352lbs (11,953kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 10.233
- Wing Loading 1,243.5lbs/ft2 (6,071.5kg/m2)
- Wing Area 21.2ft2 (2.0m2)
- Drag Points 9756
- Number of Parts 598
- Control Surfaces 0