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HCS-23

24.6k randomusername  8 days ago

This is a low effort attack helicopter in my opinion. This design is completely fictional and is designed to be mobile friendly. I hope you enjoy it anyways.
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Please use physics low.

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Stats:

  • 30 mph climb speed.
  • 300mph+ top speed.
  • unrealistic maneuverability.

    Arnment:

  • 120 ammo flare cannon

  • 30mm rapid fire gun
  • 2 torpedoes
  • 2 infernos.
  • 28 rockets.

    Controls:

  • ACT 1+VTOL for engines.

  • Trim+8 for fine pitch (More like roll)
  • Act 2 for magnet.
  • Throttle for winch.
  • Act 3 to adjust the position of the gun.
  • Trim+3 for left or right gun control.



    Here is a test run video

General Characteristics

  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 16.7ft (5.1m)
  • Length 50.7ft (15.4m)
  • Height 14.0ft (4.3m)
  • Empty Weight 20,818lbs (9,443kg)
  • Loaded Weight 20,818lbs (9,443kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 99.5lbs/ft2 (485.8kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 209.3ft2 (19.4m2)
  • Drag Points 254

Parts

  • Number of Parts 110
  • Control Surfaces 6
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    4,022 HarryBen47

    @Freerider2142 No problem

    +1 yesterday
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    Ok, Here's my honest and hard review after flight testing:
    This is a really good Helicopter!
    -Good responsive controls
    -Good stability
    -Easy to fly
    I flew it on Physics High, and it's one of the best helicopters I ever flew on Simpleplanes!

    @HarryBen47 Thanks for letting me know about this heli :)

    +2 yesterday
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    4,022 HarryBen47

    Let me call an heli expert to know what he think about


    @Freerider2142

    +1 yesterday
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    4,022 HarryBen47

    Ok, I had no idea of how you this. But this copter is the best copter I've ever fly
    you mastered it bro

    +1 yesterday
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    something about helicopters in this game is that its impossible for them to hover either they continuously clime or if you manage to get them to stay at an altitude they end up sliding or strafing naturally. as far as i am aware that dos not normally happen in real life. but this is cool.

    +1 4 days ago
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    4,474 JamesBoA

    looks cute

    +1 6 days ago
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    1,363 Blyatsickle

    Ngl, this kinda wack. Amazing work though!

    +1 7 days ago
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    1,431 harits

    DUDE. you're really highly skill. you just need to buy some PC

    +2 7 days ago
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    Ok I really need to take notes

    +1 7 days ago
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    @randomusername you’re welcome

    +1 8 days ago
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    Thanks, @Leg0Mast3r

    8 days ago
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    26.5k CRJ900Pilot

    Ah I got you @randomusername

    +1 8 days ago
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    @randomusername I love ur work

    +1 8 days ago
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    "Detail" It makes it look complete, @CRJ900Pilot Kinda like adding spoilers to a car when it doesn't need it. It just looks cool.

    8 days ago
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    26.5k CRJ900Pilot

    I like the twist idea for the blades. That would actually be a cool technique for an airliner engine not gonna lie. But one question, why does it have two engines on the side if it’s an “electric” helicopter

    +1 8 days ago
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    7,565 Viper3000ad

    Very nice !

    +1 8 days ago
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    Fortunate Son intensifies

    +2 8 days ago
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    @randomusername yay thanks!

    +1 8 days ago
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    To find out the pounds of thrust an engine has: Angle the engines to the sky and add weight until the engine barely stays in the air. When that happens, the mass is equal to the thrust it produces. Mass=thrust. For example, if a 1000 pound craft with an engine is suspended in air, the force up is equal to the weight causing the craft to stay suspended. It must mean it has 1000 pounds of thrust.
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    This helicopter has more than 25,000 pounds of thrust.

    8 days ago
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    3,118 Mmdben

    Lol, never seen someone saying use low physics .

    +2 8 days ago
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    @PositivePlanes here's a helicopter with a winch and magnet to pick up something of yours.

    8 days ago
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    Unintentionally, @Armyguy1534

    8 days ago
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    4,113 Armyguy1534

    Looks like a cobra

    +1 8 days ago