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Gotha G4

104k WalrusAircraft  2.7 years ago
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The Gotha G4 was a German WWI bomber. It was produced in large numbers and was considered very effective during the period.

Instructions to fly: Rotates around 100 mph, but best to take off at 140. It tends to yaw to the left after pitch, so use rudder.

Instructions to land: Keep speed at 100 – 110 mph, and touch wheels gently while keeping tail planted.

Instructions guns: VTOL for up and down. Rear gun will fire and move left and right on #1 with trim. Try not to shoot your rear tail off.

A Walrus Jr. creation

General Characteristics

  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 81.9ft (25.0m)
  • Length 40.6ft (12.4m)
  • Height 13.1ft (4.0m)
  • Empty Weight 19,107lbs (8,667kg)
  • Loaded Weight 26,465lbs (12,004kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.127
  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.075
  • Wing Loading 18.9lbs/ft2 (92.2kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,402.0ft2 (130.3m2)
  • Drag Points 13876

Parts

  • Number of Parts 764
  • Control Surfaces 6
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    Thanks! @Unidentifiableusername

    10 months ago
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    Very nice

    10 months ago
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    23.1k niggelas100

    Cool my grandparents are living in Gotha

    1.5 years ago
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    Dang i want this so bad but its not mobile friendly ;-;

    1.9 years ago
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    @WalrusAircraft I see. Sounds cool!

    2.5 years ago
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    76.0k Othawne

    @WalrusAircraft :D

    2.5 years ago
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    Thanks! We thought about it! @Othawne

    2.5 years ago
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    I've been working on a B-29, and Jr has been working on a 777. Time is limited however. Jr. is super busy in school, and I'm busy at work. 😧@jamesPLANESii

    2.5 years ago
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    76.0k Othawne

    You should make an Supermarine Walrus... Because walrus? Anyways nice Gotha.

    2.5 years ago
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    You guys haven't been posting in a while. What 'ya working on?

    2.6 years ago
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    @josef733 Hi this is Walrus Jr. and I would like to personally thank you for this heart warming comment. I worked very hard on this plane, and am glad you enjoyed it so much!

    2.6 years ago
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    @josef733 - Thanks very much. Sorry for the late response! So glad you got some enjoyment out of this.

    2.6 years ago
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    1,224 josef733

    This is just incredible, im totally speechless, this is just so good. I love this plane in Rise of Flight and seeing one depicted here in such detail is just awesome!!

    2.6 years ago
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    Thank you! @FasterThanLight

    2.6 years ago
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    Nice to see you again MrPines. Where have you been? @MrPines

    2.6 years ago
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    Amazing! I love the detail on the engines!

    2.6 years ago
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    @PlanesOfOld Lol, Glad you liked it! Had you in mind.

    2.6 years ago
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    41.1k PlanesOfOld

    0_0 you can see my cluttered up page of unlisted unfinishedness..... @Cedy117

    2.6 years ago
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    41.1k PlanesOfOld

    Very nice! I'm a big fan of those engines! And those landing gears are neat too! (Massive bomber fan)

    2.6 years ago
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    @Filip123 Thank you!

    2.6 years ago
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    2,625 Filip123

    I like this model nice job dude

    2.7 years ago
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    Would you like to enter my latest challenge? It's about replica top fuel dragsters grand prize up to 40! Upvotes if yes here it is enterhere

    2.7 years ago
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    Mod Cedy117

    Lol @WalrusAircraft

    2.7 years ago
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    @Cedy117 - The old switcharoo... Oh, my that was a terrible Dad joke. I'll let myself out now. Sr. out.

    2.7 years ago
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    Mod Cedy117

    Oh cool @WalrusAircraft

    2.7 years ago
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