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ASC-370S II (Bomber Challenge)

606 Lord_Lykan  1.7 years ago
Auto Credit Based on FeatherWing's Bomber/Gunship Challenge (CLOSED)

On August 30th, Allanland was getting exhausted of their war with Gliyso. In a desperate attempt to finish the war quickly, the Allanians decided to construct a plane capable of heavy ground damage. Instead of spending money on a brand new aircraft, the Allanian government funded ASC to revamp their previous ASC-370S, which was a complete disaster. What ASC pulled off was unimaginable. On September 3rd, 2019, the Allanians used the ASC-370S II to bomb the capital of Gliyso with a non-nuclear device. Ever since, the ASC-370S II has become a symbol of power in the Allanian Air Force (AAF).

Enough with stories, here's what this is:

Completely repaired the disaster that was the 370S. Remodified everything. New controls as well. New engines that fit snuggly under the wings, disposable fuel tanks, working bomb bay doors, launchable cleavers, excellent lights, and more!

Activation groups:

Ag. 1 to turn on lights, Ag. 2 for landing lights. Ag. 3 to activate articulations for side guns, VTOL Down to aim down, VTOL Up to aim up. Ag. 4 to launch cleavers. Ag. 5 is unused. Ag. 6 & 7 to detach fuel tanks. Detaching the tanks improves maneuverability. This build also has flares based on the AC-130’s Angel Wing Flares. For bomb bay doors, use Ag. 1 and push VTOL down. Then, begin your bombardment.

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor Bomber/Gunship Challenge (CLOSED)
  • Created On iOS
  • Wingspan 111.3ft (33.9m)
  • Length 96.3ft (29.3m)
  • Height 25.2ft (7.7m)
  • Empty Weight -1,268lbs (-575kg)
  • Loaded Weight 46,974lbs (21,307kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.17
  • Wing Loading 39.0lbs/ft2 (190.3kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,205.2ft2 (112.0m2)
  • Drag Points 29869

Parts

  • Number of Parts 203
  • Control Surfaces 5
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    12.1k FeatherWing

    Yeah, but because of apple's permissions, you can't install mods on iOS, but you still made a good effort @AllanRod17

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    I’ve always wanted to use mods, but I have no idea how to install them on iOS. It would love to have wings that don’t flex. @ND40X

    1.7 years ago
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    12.1k FeatherWing

    @AllanRod17 Just a tip for future, if you ever make a plane on a device/platform that can use mods, get the overload mod, use the structural wing part to make wings as it doesn't flex, and use overload to allow control surfaces to be made. This method mainly applies if you want to make a wing out of fuselage blocks

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    12.1k FeatherWing

    @AllanRod17 Thanks for the entry (Which looks Very impressive), I will get to testing it ASAP

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    I managed to make it a successor, @ND40X

    1.7 years ago