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M.Corp MUP-1 Dingo

Mod EternalDarkness  3.1 years ago

The best-selling plane ever manufactured by M.Corp, conquering both civilian and military markets. The composite wonder. The lightweight that is good for everything.

M.Corp MUP-1 (Multirole Utility Platform) Dingo is a lightweight, twin engine, long endurance, state of the art, affordable plane. Designation of its civilian version is M.Corp Dove.

In its many military and law enforcement versions, Dingo is used by police aerial patrols, border patrols, coast guards, army air wings, air forces, navies, and intelligence services around the world.

WHY TO BUY MUP-1 Dingo?

-Dingo is a light aircraft with excellent fuel economy. It has endurance of slightly more than 7h flying in the optimal cruise mode, it can work with pretty much any fuel you fill its tanks with, due to its advanced four-cylinder, 150hp multifuel engines. Fully retractable landing gear helps too.

-Dingo has useful payload over 550kg, with and empty mass of only 800kg. It can carry either internal cargo, up to three armed soldiers, surface scan radars, camera module (shown here), and various pods on external mounts. Pods can include: COMINT (seen here), cargo pods, light gun pods, laser designator pods, camera pods, etc.

-Dingo can land anywhere, and take off again. With a stall speed of less than 100km/h, it can land on a strip of just 230m, and take off from 280m. That's a rooftop of a Communist building if you remove chimneys. It can use grass and dirt strips, and there are ice, snow, and float conversion kits.

-It is simple to operate. Instrument panel is friendly to even the least experienced pilots. One crew member is enough, and double controls make this plane a good trainer for cadets learning to fly multi-engined planes.

-Dingo is fun to fly. Although designed for smooth patrol cruise, this little best can do basic aerobatics.

FEATURES:

-Somewhat furnished cockpit;

-Realistic flight;

-Camouflage and M.Corp Air Force insignia;

-Custom landing gear;


Enjoy flying.

Spotlights

General Characteristics

  • Successors 3 airplane(s) +21 bonus
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 43.9ft (13.4m)
  • Length 36.1ft (11.0m)
  • Height 14.8ft (4.5m)
  • Empty Weight 1,338lbs (607kg)
  • Loaded Weight 2,766lbs (1,254kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.397
  • Wing Loading 11.4lbs/ft2 (55.5kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 243.6ft2 (22.6m2)
  • Drag Points 7567

Parts

  • Number of Parts 530
  • Control Surfaces 5
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    @Chicken256 here it is.

    7 months ago
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    @SPCWorkshops COMINT is communication intelligence. To put it simply, listening to enemy radio communications.

    2.7 years ago
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    2,127 SPCWorkshops

    What does CONMINT mean??? @EternalDarkness

    2.7 years ago
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    18.9k ACMECo1940

    I think the coyote is my best plane

    3.0 years ago
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    @Planefun hmm, sad to see you go. Good luck in life.

    3.1 years ago
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    2,276 Davisplanez

    pretty cool

    3.1 years ago
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    @EternalDarkness can i make a small airliner version of this? Also can i post it?

    3.1 years ago
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    @Leyton123 of course. I'd love to see what you made.

    3.1 years ago
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    626 Leyton123

    Can I Post It? I'll Give Credit.

    3.1 years ago
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    @Leyton123 sure

    3.1 years ago
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    626 Leyton123

    Can I Make A Gunship With This?

    3.1 years ago
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    @TheLatentImage thank you. I finally see my favorite upvote on the list :)

    3.1 years ago
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    Neat little plane you've got here.

    3.1 years ago
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    @ESIOTROT121 I'll have float version with no more than 300 parts soon.

    3.1 years ago
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    @ESIOTROT121 delete letters in the back. They are a lot of parts.

    3.1 years ago
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    147k Tully2001

    I love it! Makes me wanna make more planes that aren't military based

    3.1 years ago
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    @BaconAircraft lol. It's usually ones you've never heard of. Like this one, based on Tecnam P2006. P2006 is a light twin produced by an Italian company. I accidentally stumbled upon it and I liked it enough to make a ripoff. Never heard of that company before.

    3.1 years ago
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    Welp, I'm ganna go rethink life in a corner, feels like an idiot for not noticing it sooner. @EternalDarkness

    3.1 years ago
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    @Dllama4 sells it to India. They worship it

    3.1 years ago
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    @BaconAircraft I always base them on something. I don't do replicas, but I usually base my planes on real ones. You often can't even recognize what the inspiration was, as it is often one of the less popular planes, or because I just made it have the same role and engine placement.

    3.1 years ago
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    Oh cool. I thought I was your original design all along... xd @EternalDarkness

    3.1 years ago
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    @Thomasj041 those are antennas of COMINT pod. COMINT pod is used to spy on radio communications.

    3.1 years ago
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    @CommanderSword @Cedy117 thanks

    3.1 years ago
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    @BaconAircraft as @A3 said, it's based on Tecnam P2006T. I tried to get all notable features, like tail and landing gear, into the design.

    3.1 years ago
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    That's a cow, not a dingo!

    3.1 years ago
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