Jello Aircraft Corporation Basket Case Mk.1

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The Jello Aircraft Corporation Monoplane Mk.1 was J.A.C.’s first attempt at a monoplane design. It was first flown in 1911, and quickly became a favorite of pilots due to having relatively docile handling characteristics for the time while remaining fairly maneuverable. It earned the moniker “Basket Case” due to its open frame structure and the tricky takeoff roll. For takeoff, increase power to 100%. The tail will come up at 45 mph, and the plane can be lifted off into a gentle climb at 50 mph. For climb and cruise, it is recommended to leave the throttle at 100%, though you can throttle back some if you see fit. Landing is pretty much foolproof due to the front guide wheel. Quick shoutout to @Hyattorama for help with some parts which required xml modding and for helping with the cockpit controls. As always, feel free to give feedback and constructive criticism!
Edit: Wow front page! Thank you guys so much! :)

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General Characteristics

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.121
  • Wing Loading 7.2lbs/ft2 (34.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,153.8ft2 (107.2m2)
  • Drag Points 5520

Parts

  • Number of Parts 350
  • Control Surfaces 4
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    Thanks! @MlgNoob

    yesterday
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    60 MlgNoob

    Very good! 👍🔝😀

    yesterday
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    I suppose. It really didn’t take me very long but it was certainly tedious! @CustomAircraftMods

    26 days ago
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    My gosh that’s a lot of struts. You have some determination I’ll tell ya.

    26 days ago
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    Thanks! I tried to be as inventive as possible. @Fishy26

    29 days ago
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    2,500 Fishy26

    Evrything about this plane is so creative...good job

    29 days ago
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    Thanks! @OndrejNedoma

    29 days ago
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    Amazing good job!

    29 days ago
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    Thanks! @DPSAircraftManufacturer

    +1 29 days ago
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    Thanks! I’m thinking of building one of George Cayley’s gliders right now. @PlanesOfOld

    29 days ago
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    Yeah... that may not be the best position for the fuel tank :)@CursedFlames

    29 days ago
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    40.1k PlanesOfOld

    @JelloAircraftCorporation No problem, If you ever need any help with these early-birds just let me know.

    29 days ago
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    2,512 CursedFlames

    I love it!
    I would be concerned about the fuel tank leaking all over the pilot though...

    29 days ago
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    Thanks! I guess you’re kind of the expert on early aviation around here so it means a lot! @PlanesOfOld

    +1 29 days ago
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    Thanks! It is! @ThePrototype

    29 days ago
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    40.1k PlanesOfOld

    Very nice. I love it.

    29 days ago
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    14.3k ThePrototype

    Early aviation is the best

    29 days ago
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    Thanks man! @Hyattorama

    29 days ago
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    Nice

    29 days ago
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    24.1k Hyattorama

    It turned out awesome man!! Good job on all the cables, they look perfect! All around this is a really nice build. Looks great, flies great, it’s noticeable that you took your time, and it paid off. I love it, fantastic job!

    29 days ago
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    @Hyattorama

    one month ago