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Messerschmitt BF-110 Zerstorer

279k realSavageMan  10 months ago
Auto Credit Based on realSavageMan's BF-110

My first German WWII Aircraft. The Bf-110 a twin-engine Zerstörer (Destroyer, heavy fighter) and fighter-bomber (Jagdbomber or Jabo) developed in Nazi Germany.

Instructions

AG1 Activates Rear Gun Control
AG8 Turns off engine and opens canopy

Realistic Flight Characteristics, slow and stubborn.
Max speed: 500-550km/h
Ammo: Four machine guns facing front, two machine guns facing back; four rockets

Pictures

Opened Canopy (again, I am being lame on interiors...)


Credits

@DeezDucks (helping on the engines)
@EpicPigster1 (helping with flight tests)

Enjoy!

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor BF-110
  • Successors 5 airplane(s) +21 bonus
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 55.9ft (17.1m)
  • Length 41.7ft (12.7m)
  • Height 14.9ft (4.5m)
  • Empty Weight 12,260lbs (5,561kg)
  • Loaded Weight 14,515lbs (6,584kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.232
  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.095
  • Wing Loading 22.8lbs/ft2 (111.5kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 635.5ft2 (59.0m2)
  • Drag Points 4184

Parts

  • Number of Parts 487
  • Control Surfaces 8
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    Technically you cant @GermanAce

    4 months ago
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    How do I use the rear gunner without the plane itself turning? I really appreciate any replys!

    4 months ago
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    Finally you can edit the size of the bomb explosion also they added windows to the game!

    6 months ago
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    yep, thanks @DanDaFreakinMan

    8 months ago
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    Looks great, flies unique; it's slow, but not so clunky it's unflyable. Very realistic!

    8 months ago
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    You build so many great planes I'm following you

    +2 8 months ago
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    @QingyuZhou you're welcome : )

    9 months ago
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    @unknown007 thanks for 100th!

    9 months ago
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    Thx! @MarcinekSt

    9 months ago
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    Noice! You need only 1 upvote to 100! Congratulations!

    9 months ago
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    My apologies. I hope that this doesn't affect the way we view each other.

    +2 9 months ago
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    In case you don't know, I am one of the few creators who actually does that, so that the physics with gears could be clearly demonstrated in my builds. You really need to preach this to other builders, not me. @TheMachinist

    9 months ago
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    Yes it does have a reduction of speed as I have added an air brake that goes with gear input. The part is in the nose.
    I play on PC btw.

    @TheMachinist

    9 months ago
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    Also, if you saw, I don't design planes. I'm a half-decent tank builder and shipbuilder. I don't do planes, as can be planely seen by my most recent upload.

    9 months ago
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    I'm not trying to offend or hate on anything, and I have indeed downloaded your plane. As a matter of fact, I enjoy shooting down other planes with the rear gun.
    Now, the performance on my device is changed to accommodate builds that have over 400 parts, and that involves the physics settings to be low. I didn't notice any sort of reduction in speed, nor did I notice the nose dipping more than usual, so I deemed the aircraft to not be as accurate as it could've been. Again I don't want to make anyone mad, but I don't coat the truth with silver.
    If it will help you to prove me wrong, I will gladly set the physics to high to see for myself.

    9 months ago
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    First of all, i think you commented under the wrong post.
    Second, I can tell for sure that you have neither downloaded and flied my BF-110 nor my B29.
    Last, how about your planes?
    @TheMachinist

    9 months ago
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    I know we can't make these planes perfect, but the bit about the gear and the doors and drag can be solved with a couple of cleverly placed air brakes.

    9 months ago
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    You know, I have never seen any truly accurate replicas here on the website, and don't think I hate this, but all these supposed "replicas" are always missing some of the things that would make them more realistic, and here's why:
    Whenever an airplane from, let's say WWII, put its landing gear down, or opened their bay doors, there would always be that little bit of drag made by the now-uneven airflow around the gear and doors. Not a single aircraft that I have seen has shown any difference in performance when the bay doors open or when I put the Landing gear down. Another thing is how the aircraft is affected after the payload has been released. This is an extreme feature for bombers, as the airframe and the aircraft overall is that much lighter, so it's gonna behave a lot differently. True accounts from several bomber pilots showed that they had to change a lot of settings to accommodate the release of the bombs they held in order to avoid stalling, or making a false move.
    None of the aircraft have shown those specific features, and those that have the latter aren't very accurate to the real thing.

    9 months ago
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    @CNOceanLin More Problems happened.I can't even fly it.None of it'scontrol surfaces answers my control.Did anything wrong with my phone?

    10 months ago
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    I have a problem.The engine didn't running at all.How can I fix it?

    10 months ago
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    I keep forgetting to do this :)
    @QingyuZhou

    10 months ago
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    Thanks! @switdog08

    10 months ago
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    2,571 switdog08

    Very nice and accurate
    @QingyuZhou
    Better than I could make rn

    10 months ago
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    @SpiritusRaptor
    Thank you for the spotlight! I haven't had any spotlights for a long time lol

    +1 10 months ago
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    35.3k ThePilotDude

    @QingyuZhou the ingame lead indicator, ya know, that crosshair that appears in front of the aircraft you're targeting?

    +1 10 months ago
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