Me again, with another plane for you guys to enjoy (I hope).
This time, I made a waterplane, which was a bit of a struggle, getting it to land well in the water, but I made it work.
The plane is based off of this RC plane, and I think It worked out pretty well!
Normal controls, pitch, roll, you know the drill.
No activation groups, I just kept it simple, as it is inspired by an RC plane.
Stall speed: 140 mph
Cruising speed at +/- 5.000 ft: ~430 mph
Max diving speed: 720 mph (!)
Recommended water landing speed: 250 mph
I recommend NOT to try and land faster than the recommended water landing speed, or else you will flip.
When landing in the water I recommend landing at 250 mph like I said. As soon as you land in the water, start pitching up and brake fully. Keep braking until you reach a steady speed of about 40-60 mph.
To take off, you have to throttle up fully, and keep pitching up all the way. At about 170 mph you will take off.
It's a fun little plane to just fly around with, and I hope you enjoy it!
btw: don't even try to land it on land. -_-
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 32.5ft (9.9m)
- Length 32.1ft (9.8m)
- Height 10.3ft (3.2m)
- Empty Weight 4,741lbs (2,150kg)
- Loaded Weight 6,868lbs (3,115kg)
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.218
- Wing Loading 24.0lbs/ft2 (117.0kg/m2)
- Wing Area 286.6ft2 (26.6m2)
- Drag Points 1898
- Number of Parts 27
- Control Surfaces 5
- Performance Cost 129