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Dassault Mirage 4000C

11.9k logizAircrafts  3.2 years ago
Auto Credit Based on ainanen's Mirage Challenge (CLOSED - July 6th)

The Mirage 4000C was a prototype developed between 1968 and 1979 by Dassault Aviation. Firstly thought out for the interceptor role, the 4000C took a more multirole character when the prototypes were ready. It achieved Mach 2.37 at 42 thousand feet due to it's twin afterburning turbofan engines and extremely swept Delta canard design.

Controls are regular, with the afterburner engaging with AG1, the arresting hook dropping with AG2 and the airbrake with AG3. The aircraft is autopilot friendly, you just have to max out the trim.

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor Mirage Challenge (CLOSED - July 6th)
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 36.5ft (11.1m)
  • Length 56.5ft (17.2m)
  • Height 17.2ft (5.2m)
  • Empty Weight 22,133lbs (10,039kg)
  • Loaded Weight 42,115lbs (19,103kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 3.521
  • Wing Loading 44.0lbs/ft2 (214.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 957.0ft2 (88.9m2)
  • Drag Points 10673

Parts

  • Number of Parts 468
  • Control Surfaces 9
  • Performance Cost 1,771
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    @junglekiIIer Maywar Airport Add-on, it's on the Steam Workshop

    3.2 years ago
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    1,565 junglekiIIer

    Airport in Maywar?Which mod?

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    @ainanen Thanks, the grading is almost over and I think I'll be giving more quality builds soon

    3.2 years ago
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    5,708 ainanen

    Awesome craft, and thanks for your submission. Good luck in the grading period.

    3.2 years ago
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    @Thecatbaron Thanks!

    3.2 years ago
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    63.9k Thecatbaron

    Very well done

    3.2 years ago
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    @CRJ900Pilot Well thank you!

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    32.1k CRJ900Pilot

    Cool!

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    Np

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    @Leg0Mast3r Well, thank you.

    +1 3.2 years ago
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    Nice aircraft! It performs well and I like it!

    3.2 years ago