A1200-A Thunderbird
by colinp
uploaded 2017-05-13
(updated 2017-05-14)
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SPH
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#Fighter #Supersonic #High-Altitude

Description

Loosely based on the A10 Thunderbolt, the A1200can fly higher and longer than any other fighter in its class. Its airframe’s construction also allows it to withstand forces up to 25g.

Max. safe altitude: 17,000m
Max. safe velocity: 800m/s

SHORT RUNWAY TAKEOFF (Island Airstrip)
1. Ensure both engines and afterburners on
2. Ensure flaps are deployed
3. Ensure parking brakes are on
4. Push throttle to full, wait for full RPM, aircraft should start rolling slowly
5. Disengage parking brake, check spoilers not deployed
6. Rotate at 50m/s, hold pitch at 10 degrees and ensure positive climb
7. When positive rate confirmed stow gear

LONG RUNWAY TAKEOFF (KSP Runway)
1. Ensure both engines on, afterburners off
2. Ensure flaps are deployed
3. Ensure parking brakes are off, spoilers not deployed
4. Push throttle to full
5. Rotate at 60m/s, hold pitch at 10 degrees and ensure positive climb
6. When positive rate confirmed stow gear

LANDING
1. Hold altitude 500m above runway until 2000m final
2. Hold attitude of -10 degrees, adjust to hold 14 degree glideslope
3. Cutoff throttle until speed reaches 80m/s
4. Deploy flaps at 80m/s
5. Lower gear at 70m/s
6. Contact runway at +5 to +10 attitude
7. Cutoff throttle
8. Lower nose until nose gear touches runway
9. Apply brakes until appropriate taxi speed

A stock aircraft called A1200-A Thunderbird. Built with 85 of the finest parts, its root part is Mark2Cockpit.

Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.2.2.

Details

  • Type: SPH
  • Class: aircraft
  • Part Count: 85
  • Pure Stock
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