C-9B Titan II
by RaptorIndustries
uploaded 2017-09-05
mod aircraft
#Cargo #Cargoplane #supersonic #hypersonic #heavy


  • Type: SPH
  • Class: aircraft
  • Part Count: 94
  • Mods: 4


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The venerable C-9 ‘Titan’ has been re-born. After hours of toiling, tweaking, and testing, Raptor Aerospace Industries Proudly presents the C-9B ‘Titan II’. Stronger, faster, and heavier than ever before.

Like the C-9 ‘Titan’ That came before it, the C-9B operates best at high altitude and low throttle. Its four massive Valkyrie TurboRamjet engines are powerful enough to keep it flying at mach 2, even at only one-third throttle.

The C-9B Titan II weighs an earth-shaking 181 tons. While its take-off distance is slightly longer than that of the C-9, it is still a meager 800m, which is incredibly short for its size.

It is as versatile as the original C-9, but more maneuverable and larger than ever. With a whole new canard design, extended cargo bay, and taxi engines, it is the most advanced Titan to date. It has multiple applications, including, but not limited to:

  • Military bombing - Utilizing the ventral cargo bays
  • Reconnaissance - Despite the Titan’s bulk, it’s extremely high speed will allow it to outrun most surface-to-air missiles, without the need for flares or chaff.
  • Cargo transport
  • Personnel and civilian transport
  • Research
With a steep ascent at full throttle, the C-9 Titan can gain enough speed to nearly escape the atmosphere. Making suborbital hops in and out of the stratosphere may conserve fuel (reports vary). Since the engines will cut out at about 28000m, you can go around 100 kilometers without using any fuel. However, this is not an option with heavy payloads.

  • Maximum Airspeed: Mach 4.25
  • Service Ceiling*: 23500m
  • Capacity for 16 Passengers
  • 77 tons (16040 units) of fuel, including 1 ton (200 units) of fuel in reserve, which is stored in the tail section
  • Standard suite of navigation lights
  • Four AE-4 ‘Valkyrie’ Turbo Ramjet engines
  • Redundant systems - Able to fly with only one engine - doesn’t even need wings!

Action Groups:

[1] Toggle Main Engines
[2] Toggle Taxi Engines
[3] Toggle Taxi Reverse
[4] Toggle Ventral Doors
[5] Toggle Rear Ramp
[7] Toggle Ladders
[9] Deploy Drogue Chutes
[10] Toggle Navigation Lights
[ABORT] Engine Shutdown and Reserve Drogue Chutes

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