Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird

by   6,385 Aeriast  1.3 years ago

American spy plane capable of speeds exceeding 2,200 MPH (Mach 3) at an altitude of 85,000 feet.

Turn on afterburners after exceeding about 40,000 feet.

This plane tends to have severe wing flex when flying low and fast, or when overhandling it. Keep your speed reasonable when not above 40,000 feet, and try not to turn too fast.

CONTROLS:
AG1 - Engage afterburners
AG2 - Turn on anti-collision lights
AG3 - Deploy brake chute

>Have fun!

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General Characteristics

  • This plane has been featured
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 55.8ft (17.0m)
  • Length 107.0ft (32.6m)
  • Height 20.6ft (6.3m)
  • Empty Weight 78,873lbs (35,776kg)
  • Loaded Weight 151,066lbs (68,522kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.595
  • Wing Loading 130.6lbs/ft2 (637.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,156.3ft2 (107.4m2)
  • Drag Points 17638

Parts

  • Number of Parts 150
  • Control Surfaces 10
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    8,047 A3

    wow amazing

    1.3 years ago
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    awesome blackbird man!!!!

    1.3 years ago
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    164k BogdanX

    @Aeriast yesss yesss... i am an amazing person pffff! And xml edited parts you can take from anyone, cause they are universally available. Like disabled collision parts or landing gear hinges.
    Permission should be asked (or credit given) when you borrow more complex elements, with lots of parts involved. Like custom cockpits, landing gear, fuselage sections, weapon bays, logos etc...
    This plane is decently built, to scale, tip of the nose is not accurate, but rudders are very nice

    1.3 years ago
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    6,385 Aeriast

    @BogdanX thank you! It's very nice of you to let me borrow parts from your creations.

    1.3 years ago
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    Nice attention to detail my good sir

    1.3 years ago
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    164k BogdanX

    @Aeriast for fast planes like this use xml edited wings. If you don't have them, take them from my SR-71

    I like how you did the rudders

    1.3 years ago
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    36.3k bjac0

    Noice

    1.3 years ago
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    9,875 vonhubert

    @Aeriast from my experience - adding weight to them and adding 2 additional connections to the inner wing segment (just detach the wing, put in 2 small fuselage parts before and after the main wing connection poitn, and stick it back) will probably help.

    1.3 years ago
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    6,385 Aeriast

    @Viper28 They should stop flapping when at heights of over 40,000 feet, I did notice trying to go fast when low lead to severe flexing.

    1.3 years ago
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    28.2k Viper28

    The wingtips tend to bend and flap at high speeds (I found in excess of 2200mph).

    1.3 years ago