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This is my version of a B-52. It actually handles really well. It has a slight upwards pitch on its own and it rolls smoothly as well. Yaw is a little bit weak on its own though. It’s actually fairly easy to land if you line up well on the approach, as it can’t really perform any major last second course corrections due to it’s size.
Action Groups 1:Cockpit Lights 2:Cargo Bay Doors 3:Engine Group 1 (Far Left) 4:Engine Group 2 (Middle Left) 5:Engine Group 3 (Middle Right) 6:Engine Group 4 (Far Right) 7:Flaps (These essentially keep the plane from pitching up and enable near level flight without SAS. They do cause an extremely insignificant downward pitch.) 8:Ladder
I have the engines bound to action groups instead of staging so in case of failure or destruction of one group I can switch off the other side to compensate. I’ve actually tested the destruction of an outer engine group and part of the forward wing on one side and after the thrust is balanced out the aircraft is still capable of landing without too much added difficulty.
- Type: SPH
- Class: aircraft
- Part Count: 200
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