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V-22 Ospray *Really Works*

6,917 Ducani  6.6 years ago
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The V-22 Ospray. To take off throttle up and use the slider to control the pitch. When flying as a plane keep your forward speed above 270mph. For landing, throttle between 17%-19% and and raise the props to their upright position. from here you can coast in gently and land on any level surface. (Pro tip: use the slider to give yourself more pitch athority in sticky situations.) ***Special thanks to the very talented @mustafanaveed for the custom rotors, without his skills this plane would not be possible.***

General Characteristics

  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 41.4ft (12.6m)
  • Length 35.2ft (10.7m)
  • Height 12.1ft (3.7m)
  • Empty Weight 3,053lbs (1,385kg)
  • Loaded Weight 18,515lbs (8,398kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.108
  • Wing Loading 103.4lbs/ft2 (504.8kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 179.1ft2 (16.6m2)
  • Drag Points 8265

Parts

  • Number of Parts 63
  • Control Surfaces 10
  • Performance Cost 327
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    Thanks for making this plane

    3.5 years ago
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    @Ducani it does i can’t fly it

    3.5 years ago
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    Thanks for giving me credit. I know that this is very old and i have seen this now because i left sp but now i have came back

    5.9 years ago
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    1,612 Freedom

    @Acer500 In real life, the osprey has a GYRO STABILIZER. It doesn't tip, pitch, or explode in mid-air because they don't have simple Simple Planes physics. Also, in the real world JETS AREN'T MADE OF BLOCKS.

    6.3 years ago
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    903 Acer500

    Works reasonably well. Though I had to keep the props oriented mostly vertical even mid-flight to prevent the nose from dipping really heavily. It's like the wings aren't producing as much lift as I thought they would. I wonder if the real osprey has this problem too?

    6.6 years ago
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    6,917 Ducani

    @Acer500 let me know how it works for you when you get the chance, thank you :)

    6.6 years ago
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    6,917 Ducani

    Thanks @Rpackham316 it took me a long time to get it to work so smoothly. Please Upvote if you feel compelled to :)

    6.6 years ago
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    903 Acer500

    nevermind. just looked up the actual aircraft. my memory has failed me XD looks very authentic! will try it out when i get home.

    6.6 years ago
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    903 Acer500

    those props look a little... erm, large?

    6.6 years ago
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    Works really well. Well done

    6.6 years ago