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Blohm und Voss 170 01-01 Schnell-Bomber 9.4

145k RamboJutter  1.6 years ago
Auto Credit Based on RamboJutter's Blohm und Voss 170 01 take 2 6.3

It takes 35seconds to load on my rig, i timed it, so this is it, my 50k build, I have spend a LOT of time on this one, Ag1 if you want to drop all 4 bombs at once, otherwise just drop as normal, landing gear retracts wheels and doors, simples. Full cockpit for the nav/bomb aimer plus the pilot, full hollow fuselage for the wheel retracts etc, 14 exhausts for each BMW engine, custom bombs, full camo, curved sign writting, oh and its fast. 1 2]https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/464841070115815424/481848733818945566/Desktop<em>Screenshot</em>2018.08.22<em>-</em>16.11.28.73.png?width=585&height=468)) ![3]https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/464841070115815424/481848741335269405/Desktop<em>Screenshot</em>2018.08.22<em>-</em>16.11.43.76.png?width=585&height=468)<br />
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Wiki bit:Designed by Richard Vogt in 1942, the P 170 was intended to meet a requirement for a schnellbomber, a bomber so fast that it could outrun contemporary fighters and would not need defensive armament. Accommodating a crew of two, it would be driven by three high-powered BMW 801D radial engines.[1]

The layout was unusual, with the three engines aligned side by side just in front of the shoulder-mounted straight, untapered wing. The central engine left no room for the crew, who were moved aft in the cylindrical fuselage to a tandem cockpit just in front of the tailplane. The outer engines were mounted on large wingtip pods of the same cylindrical section, each with a small tail fin and rudder. This location spread the aircraft weight across the span, considerably reducing the stress loads and weight of the wing structure. Steel was to be used extensively throughout its construction, with wooden control surfaces.[2]

The main undercarriage comprised three identical retractable units just behind each engine and retracting up underneath the main fuel tanks. A single relatively large tailwheel retracted up behind the cockpit.[2]

Two variants were offered but neither was built.

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor Blohm und Voss 170 01 take 2 6.3
  • Successors 1 airplane(s)
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 43.5ft (13.3m)
  • Length 36.2ft (11.0m)
  • Height 9.6ft (2.9m)
  • Empty Weight 31,322lbs (14,207kg)
  • Loaded Weight 32,274lbs (14,639kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.464
  • Wing Loading 23.9lbs/ft2 (116.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,348.2ft2 (125.3m2)
  • Drag Points 6983

Parts

  • Number of Parts 1157
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    36.1k Hedero

    Nicely done.

    3 months ago
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    28.0k Trainzo

    @RamboJutter , I appreciate very much the quality and detail of your construction .
    it's really an expective job .

    +1 1.6 years ago
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    2,861 CursedFlames

    I just realised this is a replica and not a fictional aircraft...

    1.6 years ago
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    Np comrade! @RamboJutter

    +1 1.6 years ago
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    @TheGuyYouMightKnow @Trainzo thanks for the votes and comments, appreciated as always.

    1.6 years ago
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    @Sgtk @CRJ900Pilot @Strikefighter04 thanks for the votes and comments, appreciated as always.

    1.6 years ago
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    @Type2volkswagen I used this and this plus some arty ones for colours etc

    1.6 years ago
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    @Zippy6 I based it on This drawing but we are talking about fractions. I had to set them up before positioning the engine nacelle and adding dihedral so it was a bit of a guess

    1.6 years ago
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    13.1k Zippy6

    Very cool. Thousand times better than mine, with hundreds of times more parts! One little thing, the ailerons are not wide enough, they should span almost the whole wing.

    1.6 years ago
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    Ive been looking online, THIS is allI could find. It supports your Idea.

    1.6 years ago
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    @Type2volkswagen I assumed a section of the canopy would fold open to climb in as it's the part that's lowest to the ground

    1.6 years ago
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    Question, Do you know how the crew would get in and out?

    1.6 years ago
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    @RamboJutter Yes sir, it is. Gorgeous looking plane, I'll load it up on the PC when I get home.

    1.6 years ago
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    28.0k Trainzo

    Very nice job . Cool plane .

    1.6 years ago
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    damn

    1.6 years ago
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    It looks so wierd, but cool! And congrats!

    1.6 years ago
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    27.3k CRJ900Pilot

    I can’t believe Germany right now @RamboJutter

    1.6 years ago
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    44.0k Sgtk

    Much better than mine. Great work as always and congrats on 50K!!

    1.6 years ago
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    2,861 CursedFlames

    The pilots gonna need a periscope to see where they're heading...

    1.6 years ago
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    @CRJ900Pilot haha wot wot?

    1.6 years ago
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    27.3k CRJ900Pilot

    Haha

    1.6 years ago
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    @Type2volkswagen here you go, is it what you where thinking?

    1.6 years ago