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[Steadfast Airlines] J-Ritchey Dart Mk.I

27.8k SteadfastContracting  5.3 years ago
110 downloads

Sorry for the Beta trouble guys. I'll try not to post any Beta related stuff until it's open to everyone.
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HISTORY/BACKSTORY-
-The Ritchey Dart was designed to accommodate a total of six passengers and an optional two pilots/attendants. Built with Steadfast Industries' founder and CEO's family in mind, this jet can keep kids occupied for several hours with its galley kitchen (not shown) and living area complete with built in gaming systems. Luxurious swivel seats were added for usage when landing and getting airborne. At altitude, passengers are free to move about the cabin.
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CONTROLS/INSTRUCTIONS-
-Act. 1 and the TRIM bar have major trimming effects for STOL capabilities.
-Act. 8 is the afterburner.
-Act. 2-6 (even numbers) will activate the ability to control the swivel seats in pairs with the VTOL and TRIM bars.
-To Trim: You can trim with the TRIM bar more precisely when no Act. are on.
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FINAL NOTES-
-I'm excited! This has my best interior ever. I hope you enjoy it. I'm sorry for any spam notifications.

General Characteristics

  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 44.8ft (13.7m)
  • Length 72.5ft (22.1m)
  • Height 21.1ft (6.4m)
  • Empty Weight 8,642lbs (3,920kg)
  • Loaded Weight 38,515lbs (17,470kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 3.5
  • Wing Loading 68.7lbs/ft2 (335.4kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 560.7ft2 (52.1m2)
  • Drag Points 9639

Parts

  • Number of Parts 171
  • Control Surfaces 12
  • Performance Cost 1,210
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    Oh, okay.
    @ZephyrSystems

    4.7 years ago
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    What was that about???
    @ZephyrSystems

    4.7 years ago
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    Here @sheepsblood

    4.8 years ago
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    7,437 RealQcan

    @SteadfastContracting yeah

    4.8 years ago
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    I don't know, you can use this if you want and just scale it. I originally got the trick from @SpiritusRaptor you know, the top guy here.
    @RealQcan

    4.8 years ago
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    7,437 RealQcan

    @SteadfastContracting didn't work....

    4.8 years ago
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    7,437 RealQcan

    @SteadfastContracting ok I'll try that.

    4.8 years ago
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    Well, from what I remember, you change the length, nothing else, to a negative length by putting the - symbol in front of the number representing the length of the piece.
    @RealQcan

    4.8 years ago
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    7,437 RealQcan

    @SteadfastContracting hmm. How do you do that? I looked at the xml file and everything looked normal

    4.8 years ago
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    I think it uses negative length to do this. It's been so long.
    @RealQcan

    4.8 years ago
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    7,437 RealQcan

    How do you do the glass?

    4.8 years ago
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    That is an impressive piece of work.
    @ShatSlanger

    4.9 years ago
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    Uhm... To be honest, I'm not sure. I've only ever attempted one before and only the very early model is out to see. I can maybe give a link if you want to see the more finished version.
    old version
    @ShatSlanger

    4.9 years ago
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    Thanks man! Really hope you like this one!
    @ShatSlanger

    4.9 years ago
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    Thanks!
    @MemeKingIndustriesAndMegaCorporation

    5.0 years ago
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    :-)
    @jamesPLANESii

    5.0 years ago
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    @SteadfastContracting Ah. OK.

    5.0 years ago
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    @SteadfastContracting it's a very interesting idea Regardless!

    5.0 years ago
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    Well that's the point, it gives a wide view for the passengers...
    @MemeKingIndustriesAndMegaCorporation

    5.0 years ago
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    @SteadfastContracting It technically is, But is basically not there.

    5.0 years ago
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    Oh, no. It's supposed to be glass.
    @jamesPLANESii

    5.0 years ago
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    @SteadfastContracting it's inside out.

    5.0 years ago
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    Like what? Please elaborate
    @jamesPLANESii

    5.0 years ago
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    I like it! However, why is the fusalarge like that for? @SteadfastContracting

    5.0 years ago
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    Thanks @jamesPLANESii
    What do you think?

    5.0 years ago
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