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Boeing 727-100

81.9k MrSilverWolf  2.7 years ago
Auto Credit Based on MrSilverWolf's Boeing 727

Instructions: Activation group 7 plus Trim up to open rear door, activation group 5 VTOL up for flaps, Activation group 6 plus brake for reversers, and activation groups 1 through 4 and 8 for lights.


Thanks to @BaconEggs for helping with the flaps!


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History on the 727:
The Boeing 727 is a midsized, narrow-body three-engined jet aircraft built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes from the early 1960s to 1984.It can carry 149 to 189 passengers and later models can fly up to 2,700 nautical miles (5,000 km) nonstop. Intended for short and medium-length flights, the 727 can use relatively short runways at smaller airports. It has three Pratt & Whitney JT8D engines below the T-tail, one on each side of the rear fuselage with a center engine that connects through an S-duct to an inlet at the base of the fin. The 727 is Boeing's only trijet aircraft. ( /\ From Wikipedia /)


Notes:
(mainly about how to put the plane into a spin because why not? and what happens if you have reversers on when you taxi)
I would recommend only using reversers on landing, I would again suggest you turn them off once you get to 30mph. If you keep using them for when you taxi, it may tip back on to the tail and get stuck in that position if brakes are used for to long, this is an easy problem to solve, just open the rear door.
When using trim at lower speeds, it dose like to spin or stall when more than half trim is applied at speeds slower than 175mph, I recommend using less than half trim at lower speeds like that. If wanting to do a spin, you must be at 3,000ft above ground/ocean, then you go to under 180mph, apply full trim, and keep it at about 10° nose high, and let it roll to on side or the other, keep trim and elevators at full, and it should do about a 180° Or so turn before rolling completely and entering a spin. Getting out of the spin is pretty easy, trim and elevators to neutral, full power, rudder opposite of the spin, and that should bring it out of a spin into a relatively steep dive, and then you just pull up from that with out using trim, and don't use trim until you pass 165 or 180mph unless you want to keep doing spins and or stalls, again this takes about 3,500ft to 2,500ft to recover from the spin.( and if you do spin under 2,500ft you will probably hit the ground, or the ocean and It shouldn't go into a unrecoverable flat spin, well at least I haven't been able to get it into a flat spin) (Tests were done at 3,000ft through to 30,000ft and on high physics, the speeds listed may differ a bit, and it is possible to fly with more than full trim at lower speeds, it just tends to pitch up stall and spin more often than when at higher speeds, and you can do a spin at high speeds if full elevator and trim are applied at once really quickly, it dosen't do those sort of spins that often but it can do spins that way as well.)

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor Boeing 727
  • Successors 5 airplane(s) +7 bonus
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 79.1ft (24.1m)
  • Length 97.4ft (29.7m)
  • Height 22.9ft (7.0m)
  • Empty Weight 45,857lbs (20,800kg)
  • Loaded Weight 45,857lbs (20,800kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 4.925
  • Wing Loading 33.2lbs/ft2 (161.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,382.6ft2 (128.5m2)
  • Drag Points 24088

Parts

  • Number of Parts 617
  • Control Surfaces 6
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    @MrSilverWolf np

    one month ago
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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @AZAMGAMING thanks!

    one month ago
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    my first butter landing was with this beauty

    btw...nice plane

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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @TheSwissPilot thanks!

    3 months ago
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    @MrSilverWolf thanks for letting me know! Amazing plane.

    +1 3 months ago
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    @MrSilverWolf ah yes and it would be bad for me bc I'm on phone

    4 months ago
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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @Justneedthis that would be pretty difficult and send the part count through the roof so idk on that, sorry

    4 months ago
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    @MrSilverWolf can you make a new Alaska Airlines plane with the Eskimo face?

    4 months ago
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    307 Crickey

    I'm sorry, @MrSilverWolf but I had to download it and put it on my account, but it auto credited so no harm done.

    5 months ago
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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @Crickey thanks!

    5 months ago
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    307 Crickey

    This crazy! You are really good you should make a 737 southwest

    5 months ago
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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @TheSwissPilot it was the old logo for Alaska Airlines back in the I think late 60s and 70s before moving on to the Eskimo that’s currently on the tail

    9 months ago
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    I simply love this! Good job!
    A little question...
    What is that thing on the tail?!?
    I don't understand it...

    9 months ago
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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @ThePlaneBuilder1775 thanks!

    9 months ago
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    still really good lol

    9 months ago
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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @PlanesArMyThing np!

    11 months ago
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    Thx@MrSilverWolf

    11 months ago
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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @PlanesArMyThing yup!

    11 months ago
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    Is it Ok if I used your nose to My plane?

    11 months ago
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    XD no problem! @MrSilverWolf

    one year ago
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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @LegendaryPlanes352 thanks!

    one year ago
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    It’s so beautiful I almost forgot my account password

    one year ago
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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @Tang0five thanks!

    1.7 years ago
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    32.1k Tang0five

    Heavens above! The detail on this is staggering and the tail art, wow!

    1.7 years ago
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    81.9k MrSilverWolf

    @Davisplanez thanks!

    1.7 years ago
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