Ah, long time no see, none may be wandering where has this guy been the past 2 months? Well working on a big project it was taken me quite long, so to lighten the wait I bring you the UT-41 Bandolero it was quite a quick and easy build but it still packs some nice features and looks good, but anyway lets begin shall we?
So starting off, how you fly it?
AG2: Position lights
AG3: anti-collision lights (red)
AG4: anti-collision light and positioning lights (white)
AG5: Taxi lights
… wait are we talking about an aircraft or a christmas tree?... uh… no yeah it was an aircraft
As you see is quite easy to fly so just sit back and relax…. And fly don’t forget about that!!
-custom landing gear
-and a ton of lights
The Universal Trainer- 41 is a small light weight and nimble training aircraft used by different nations around the world since 1985, its still in service with various of set nations due to its reliability. Easy to maintain, repair and adapt.
MAX SPEED: 666kph
POWER PLANT: Flamer LPTFE F-555 turbofan
SOME PICS :>
Song I liked the most while building it :>
Redercorate By TOP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_GCsQRS3kM
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 32.6ft (9.9m)
- Length 31.4ft (9.6m)
- Height 12.5ft (3.8m)
- Empty Weight 4,377lbs (1,985kg)
- Loaded Weight 6,371lbs (2,890kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.529
- Wing Loading 28.7lbs/ft2 (140.1kg/m2)
- Wing Area 222.0ft2 (20.6m2)
- Drag Points 5196
- Number of Parts 184
- Control Surfaces 0
- Performance Cost 786