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WW1 Biplane (Challenge entry)

6,452 Belloaka  9 months ago
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This is not a replica, but is similar to something that that would be used in World War I.
Funny story: This is actually the second version, the first version I accidentally deleted. I had to rebuild the whole thing all over again. In fact the version you saw in “Aviation Evolution” was the old version. They're both very similar.


Controls:

  • Activate1= stabilize and activate rear turret
    Note: Use pitch and roll to control turret.

  • Pitch, Roll, Yaw, Throttle= normal flight controls

Notes:

  • It has typical biplane characteristics. Such as, low top speed, low stalling speed, quite maneuverable, etc…

  • Flying in cockpit view isn't quite as boring as usual with the cross hairs and custom yoke.



Enjoy!

General Characteristics

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.383
  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.176
  • Wing Loading 11.4lbs/ft2 (55.7kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 854.4ft2 (79.4m2)
  • Drag Points 10905

Parts

  • Number of Parts 125
  • Control Surfaces 7
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    6,452 Belloaka

    Thanks, @bored_boi I'm glad I have your support.

    9 months ago
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    2,586 cruiseman101

    @Belloaka .......i dont like it....I LOVE IT! just to admit you might win the challenge with this! ITS THE BEST ONE YET!!!

    +1 9 months ago
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    6,452 Belloaka

    @AnthB thanks man, glad you liked it.

    9 months ago
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    375 AnthB

    Good job, I like the machine gun in the back

    +1 9 months ago
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    6,452 Belloaka

    Lol, @JCCNtechnologies thank you

    9 months ago
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    @Belloaka thanks! Wow this is magic!

    +1 9 months ago
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    6,452 Belloaka

    @JCCNtechnologies Simpleplanes magic :) If you put the machine guns close enough to the propeller, the bullets just go right through it.

    9 months ago
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    Wow! So cool, how doesn't it shoot the propeller

    +1 9 months ago