Cessna 152

by   76.4k Johndfg  one month ago

As some of you may know, I've been getting my pilot's license, and the three planes I've flown so far are the 152, the Piper PA-28 Cherokee, and the Luscombe 11E Spartan. The 152 is my favorite and I have a ton of hours in it, so I decided to build a 1:1 copy of the one I fly.
I tried to make everything as accurate as possible, from the shape, weight, top speed, even the paint job and the interior! (you can even see the exact headset I use in the back) However, the ident tification number isn't perfectly exact, because I didn't want people to be able to look up the address of my airport. The only things I really couldn't get right was left turning tendencies and the physics are wonky when crashing. Must be the damage update.
Controls:
Trim: Trim
VTOL down: flaps.
AG 1: Taxi light
AG 2: Navigation lights
AG 3: Daytime cabin light
AG 4: Nighttime cabin light

I really hope you guys enjoy!

Spotlights

General Characteristics

  • Created On OSX
  • Wingspan 33.1ft (10.1m)
  • Length 24.2ft (7.4m)
  • Height 8.3ft (2.5m)
  • Empty Weight 1,541lbs (699kg)
  • Loaded Weight 1,541lbs (699kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 2.27
  • Wing Loading 7.0lbs/ft2 (34.0kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 221.3ft2 (20.6m2)
  • Drag Points 6526

Parts

  • Number of Parts 932
  • Control Surfaces 5
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    :) https://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/wiki.php?id=41459

    12 days ago
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    76.4k Johndfg

    @A3 cool! I'm soloing in a few weeks

    19 days ago
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    7,817 A3

    The one i go flying in though has wheel spats which makes the 152 look better :)

    19 days ago
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    7,817 A3

    I love the 152! Is a great aircraft to get started in for sure :)

    19 days ago
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    7,817 A3

    I've been doing my flight training in a 152 as-well :)

    19 days ago
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    iPhone 6s+ rules it runs this so well

    29 days ago
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    12.6k IronOverlord

    Yep, I am not surprised. The 150 is one of the easiest flying airplanes to me. @Johndfg

    one month ago
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    76.4k Johndfg

    @IronOverlord the 150 and 152 are great planes. I did 6 heavy crosswind landings yesterday and the plane flew perfectly

    one month ago
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    12.6k IronOverlord

    Cool, I logged my first hour in a Cessna 150

    one month ago
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    YOU ARE LITERALLY THE ONLY ONE THAT CAN PUT 932 PARTS IN A FREAKING CESSNA.

    one month ago
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    16.9k Thomasj041

    These details look so sharp you could cut yourself on them!

    one month ago
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    76.4k Johndfg

    @Cedy117 thanks man

    one month ago
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    76.4k Johndfg

    @BogdanX thanks

    one month ago
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    Such parts much wow

    one month ago
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    Can ya make the Extra 300?... @Johndfg

    one month ago
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    Mod Cedy117

    Nice work dude!

    one month ago
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    Can you build a 150 it's the first plane I ever flew

    one month ago
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    41.0k grizzlitn

    @Johndfg no problemo 😁

    one month ago
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    2,354 MrTyTheGreat

    Beautiful! I love the 152!

    one month ago
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    2,452 Maxwell1

    This is like Microsoft flight simulator level of detail...

    one month ago
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    76.4k Johndfg

    @villulennuk you don't have to pay for your license, but you have to pay for flight time in the aircraft and with the instructor. The average is 7000 total I believe

    one month ago
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    2,778 villulennuk

    How much does getting a pilot licence cost in your country?

    one month ago
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    36 BND1

    Getting my PPL as well, love the 152. Nice detail in the cockpit!

    one month ago
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    1,328 Kazin

    @Johndfg Awesome man. happy to see you making a new plane again!

    one month ago
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    66.3k MrSilverWolf

    And I didn't get time to test this until just a bit ago and and it flew very well!

    one month ago
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