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CROSSFIRE ATNVS-2

76.8k randomusername  7 months ago

This project took longer than anticipated. My second ATV but this time it has a rider, electric engines, and mid-air control to do cool stuff like triple backflips. I think it's quite a fun ATV to play around in. In my opinion, it is quite good at handling the terrain for the overall size, it's hight with the rider is exactly 6 feet tall making it quite realistic. Its weight is also quite realistic coming in at 508 pounds with the rider. This was a NIGHTMARE since it probably broke every law of physics. Slow-motion really helps. I hope you enjoy it.

Controls:

  • ACT 1 for pitch control.
  • ACT 2 for engines.

    New engine type.

  • The reverse airbrake piston engine, it's very compact and provides the power without tampering with the flight physics.

    Stats:

  • 0-70mph in 4~5 seconds

  • Max climb 25 degrees at 0mph. Up to 70 degrees at full speed.

    • 1~2 seconds per backflip.

      This project is not perfect, just good enough by my standards.



      Safety springs were added to handle bigger jumps so it's quite fun to use.








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General Characteristics

  • Successors 2 airplane(s) +7 bonus
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 3.8ft (1.2m)
  • Length 6.1ft (1.9m)
  • Height 6.0ft (1.8m)
  • Empty Weight 506lbs (229kg)
  • Loaded Weight 506lbs (229kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading -439,839.3lbs/ft2 (-2,147,483.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 0

Parts

  • Number of Parts 176
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    nice

    +1 3 months ago
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    Doesn’t care about mountains at all

    +2 5 months ago
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    I think I need to update the physics of this.

    +1 5 months ago
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    11.7k Noname918181

    @Sm10684 NICE

    +1 5 months ago
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    18.6k Sm10684

    69 @Noname918181

    5 months ago
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    11.7k Noname918181

    @randomusername oof...but hey at least your back!!

    +2 5 months ago
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    I have no idea either, @Noname918181.

    5 months ago
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    11.7k Noname918181

    @Sm10684 why

    5 months ago
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    18.6k Sm10684

    I won’t upvote this I hope you know why LOL

    5 months ago
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    365 Iagoola

    super fun!!

    +1 6 months ago
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    Noice.

    +1 7 months ago
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    @randomusername I know that. I have more questions but I don't want to spam the comments lol

    7 months ago
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    Ramjets have no thurst when at 0mph, @TheSimplest

    7 months ago
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    @randomusername ah. I get you. What about the ramjet?

    7 months ago
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    I find that electric props are thousands of times more reliable than this, "electric jet", I discovered, @TheSimplest I could build a giant cargo plane though, it'd be about 10,000,000 pounds cause I can get an electric prop to provide the power.

    +1 7 months ago
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    @randomusername wow. It would be cool to see your new electric jet go on a cargo plane or a large passenger plane.

    7 months ago
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    What? @PlaneMan21 "This type", where is the context? I don't understand what you mean.

    7 months ago
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    @randomusername this type (im a noob look at my builds and you will see why)

    7 months ago
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    I just discovered the "Electric jet" today. The "electric ramjet" was discovered July 4th. JST8 was posted long before I discovered either engine type. JTS-8 used an electric prop believe it or not, @TheSimplest

    7 months ago
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    @randomusername that's really cool. Did you use the electric jet in the JTS-8 or was that the ramjet?

    +1 7 months ago
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    I make the electric engines using gizmos. I have three engine types: electric prop, (most common), electric ramjet, and an electric jet which is quite new. (Still a concept)
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    And for my builds, I just follow the blueprints or what I've seen. @TheSimplest
    Random detail is not as important as the general shaping of the craft in my opinion.

    7 months ago
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    Your builds are so good. I've been looking at them since late June and I can say. Nothing beats the quality and simplicity of your builds. I do wonder how you make or get those electric engines?

    +1 7 months ago
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    My overall builds? Or small vehicles? @PlaneMan21

    7 months ago
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    How do you do you (AKA how do i make stuff like this

    +1 7 months ago
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    Sorry about that, it's a concept I haven't learned much about.
    I've just recently noticed how to make it better. @BogdanX

    7 months ago
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