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Engineer Bob had an idea.
Hey, let’s take our most successfully light chopper and make it worse. Like, *much* worse. Everybody thought this was a terrific idea, especially Jeb who had been complaining about not crashing as much lately.
So we set to work and removed all the things that make the BAK-52 so great to fly, and ended up with this: the BAK-666 Deathtrap. It has inadequate power, terrible handling, and increased mechanical complexity!
An advantage is that it is slow and light which means crashes are rarely fatal (picture as evidence, are you proud of yourself, Jeb?)
It is a single main rotor + tail rotor design that is more or less controllable (picture on the VAB helipad for evidence), although it gets there with a quite a few reaction wheels.
Tip on flying: SAS on, and once airborne, switch it off and trim yaw until you more or less stop spinning. Then SAS on again and lurch in the general direction you want to go.
1 - Toggle power
F/B - Toggle torque
U/D - Collective
A stock aircraft called BAK-666 Deathtrap. Built with 35 of the finest parts, its root part is mk2LanderCabin.v2.
Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.7.1.
- Type: SPH
- Class: aircraft
- Part Count: 35
- Pure Stock