Boss Hogg
by Castille7
uploaded 2015-12-25
stock ship

Craft Assembly: 24 Whiplash Engine, 8 Panthers, Convert-O-Trons, PPD-12 Cupola Module, Minning Excavator, Holding Tanks, Fuel Cells, Photvotaic Panels, Comms DTS-M1, Big-S Elevon, Radial Air Intakes, Venor Engines, Landing Struts, MK3 Cargo Ramp, MK3 Cargo Bay CVG-50

Engineer’s Report Parts:578 with Fuel Tank 604 Mass: 132.2t Size Height: 10.3m Width: 17.7m Lenght: 22.7m

Flight Operations: (READ CAREFULLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO FLY) Take on Fuel into all four wings if disired, now engage SAS, RCS, throttle up to full then press spacebar, after craft lifts press spacebar a second time to engage rear Panther Engines, soon the craft will want to lift it’s nose you will then need to allow some height before you disengage the lift engines by pressing the number 1 key, if you wait too long the craft could flip over, timing is critical. The craft will start to desend, use this opportunity to gain speed with nose down a little, increase speed near 50 m/s or more and level off, craft will then take flight.

Landing Operations: Not an easy task because landing gear is not too strong, these can be swapped with your own idea for better support. I recommend watching the video for an idea on how to land.

Flight Controls: 1-Whiplash Engines 2-Panther Engines 3- Landing Lights 4- Cargo Bay Doors 5- Cargo Ramp 6- Headlights 7- Photovoltaic Panels 8- Communications 9- Deploy Drill 10- Start Harvester

A stock aircraft called Boss Hogg. Built with 604 of the finest parts, its root part is probeCoreOcto2.

Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.0.5.


  • Type: SPH
  • Class: ship
  • Part Count: 604
  • Pure Stock

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