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Discussion in 'Air' started by Dummiesman, Mar 25, 2018.
But I'd settle at least for an AN 70
No, it wouldn't be allowed due to copyright reasons.
Then why was the B25 Mitchell allowed?
It's a far older plane than this one
Thanks. I spent a bit giggling to myself because of how many accidents I dodged here. I even tried it a few more times and made it happen much more cleanly, but the Hopper got a lot more damaged than in that one. Perhaps a wonky approach is just what the doctor ordered.
In the unlikely event that anyone is getting bored with the plane, I thought up another ludicrous thing to do with it: 'rapid cargo unloading'.
Take the plane up with a vehicle on board, preferably one with some suspension travel and/or action movie pedigree. Slow the plane down to under 200 mph, and dip it downward slightly (~10 degrees) toward any open, solid, flat-ish surface with the gear up. Switch to the vehicle and move it to the rear of the cargo bay. When the plane hits the ground, the nose section should fall off, and the vehicle will rocket forward while the rest of the plane comes to a sudden stop. Ideally, you land on your wheels with minimal damage and look awesome.
"Hmm, the cockpit wall collision should be fine with breaking when the front falls off. I doubt it'll cause any issues"
But here comes Occam's Razer launching cars into the front end which now has no collision
The B-25 was manufactured by North American Aviation, which was purchased by Boeing decades ago. Boeing had no interest in the trademark, so the B-25 is public domain.
Im getting a better feel for this plane, becoming easier to fly for me. This thing is so much fun.
has anyone thought about converting the cargo hold into a legit passenger plane interior?
I was thinking about that too, but the Antonov AN 12 was designed as a military transport aircraft
True... so maybe a soldier transport (I don't actually know what it's called)
That doesn’t mean that it can’t be converted into one. Plus it’s pretty much the only size of plane that doesn’t lag the game unlike a large passenger airliner that many people have asked already.
This plane feels like something that can be used for short to medium travels instead of long distances.
The Antonov AN-10 is the civilian version of this aircraft. Though the rear is shaped differently because there's no need for a cargo door.
The closest we can come is with the kind of thing Ruby Star does. Although this is still not pressurized, so they fly at low altitudes. See this video:
The An-12 also had a compressed crew cabin as an option. This was placed in front of the cargo area.
Ah ha hahaha! Oh that's great! They had the cargo door open and everything. Hahaha.
good job man, i love it. could you import 767, concorde and an-225 from RoR?
For the love of god
None of this was imported. The jbeam was scratch made, with not even any inspiration from RoR. All of the testing and development on this mod nearly totaled to a year of work.
Ailerons are wayy too slow
It's a huge cargo-like plane, not a stunt one. I'd say that's pretty normal.
You can also try using a different control method (by default it uses the incremental one, try direct).
Currently you can roll them fast enough the tail won't keep up. I don't see why you'd need something faster than this.