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Cue Maki (V.2) (outdated)

1,246 Ambarveis  3.8 years ago
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A pusher prop aircraft with autorotation mechanics. Fairly stable. I suppose I focused too much on aesthetics this time. Also all of the parts are either vanilla/non-OP parts (reduced weight/boosted engines) or weakened.

(Obsolete, see successor)

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor Cue Maki
  • Successors 1 airplane(s)
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 98.2ft (29.9m)
  • Length 50.9ft (15.5m)
  • Height 13.9ft (4.2m)
  • Empty Weight 9,641lbs (4,373kg)
  • Loaded Weight 9,939lbs (4,508kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.1
  • Wing Loading 14.5lbs/ft2 (71.0kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 683.9ft2 (63.5m2)
  • Drag Points 2965

Parts

  • Number of Parts 99
  • Control Surfaces 6
  • Performance Cost 568
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    1,246 Ambarveis

    @Aarons123 and "slowly" well, I still couldn't get the props to spin as fast as I want it to be, but it should still make a difference, especially during unpowered glide, the propellers spin way faster (idk why either lmao)

    3.8 years ago
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    1,246 Ambarveis

    @Aarons123 hmh, I see, well idk, i did it in medium physics, not sure if it'll do anything

    3.8 years ago
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    16.3k Aarons123

    @Ambarveis the props are spinning really slowly so it might just be because I’m on IOS

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    1,246 Ambarveis

    @Aarons123 it uses the air going through the props to spin like a real-life autogyro, you shouldn't need to press any buttons. Is it stuck?

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    16.3k Aarons123

    @Ambarveis how do you get the props to spin? I’ve pressed all the buttons and nothing works

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    1,246 Ambarveis

    @Aarons123 it does, the faster it spins, the more lift it provides. Granted, it's not great at translating forward velocity into the rotors, but it's there (tested with unmoving rotors vs moving rotors). My next attempt would be making the rotors provide more lift, since at this stage, it only mostly looks nice.

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    16.3k Aarons123

    Looks nice though it doesn’t fly the best and the ‘props’ don’t really do anything

    3.8 years ago