BF-109E-1
by Xenome
uploaded 2017-08-11
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SPH
stock aircraft
#stock #fighter #replica #plane #military

Designed by the LAST person who should ever touch aircraft parts, i present to you all my
BF-109 (insert particular model here)

This IS a fully working prop plane that runs off of only electric charge with an average cruising speed of 50m/s.

Although its my first prop plane so far, I am happy with the result and its quite the looker in my opinion x)

The engine wont generally explode until you try to pull out of a dive exceeding 90m/s, but don’t be shocked if its got a couple kinks.

Its not very computer demanding, and has a fairly low part count for an accurate replica

To use the propeller, first use the staging to decouple the propeller, then after switching vessels to the actual engine INSIDE the structural fuselage (using the square brackets on ya keyboard), hold Alt + E to get the propeller to start spinning. You should be able to get the trim all the way to the maximum before the plane starts to takeoff, and usage of SAS is advised but not needed.

After you have trimmed the prop you can toggle it on/off by disabling or re-enabling the SAS on the engine respectively.

… I guess that’s the gist of it?

A stock aircraft called BF-109E-1. Built with 174 of the finest parts, its root part is Mk1FuselageStructural.

Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.3.0.

Details

  • Type: SPH
  • Class: aircraft
  • Part Count: 174
  • Pure Stock

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