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  1. Is there no full scale N-1/L3

  2. Is there no full scale N-1/L3

    got bobcat's old N1 working but it has few issues. no sound or engine fx, some modules don't work properly, in RO at least.
  3. Is there no full scale N-1/L3

    So many real-scaled launcher add-ons but I am only able to find stock-scale N1 parts?
  4. [1.3.1] Mk2 Expansion v1.8.04 [update 10/10/2017]

    engine still shuts off at high temp. in fact the engine barely runs; as soon as it is at a suitable speed it has already overheated.
  5. [1.3.1] Mk2 Expansion v1.8.04 [update 10/10/2017]

    is there a way to disable the 'catastrophic overheating imminent' message for the engines?
  6. i tried using a newer version of OPT and i think the folders merged upon doing so may have messed something up. also tried to add the mk2 expansion so that wouldn't have helped either. always crashes on 'airplaneplus/parts/aero/flaps/straightslat/straightslat' output_log: https://www.dropbox.com/s/x2e1131asz3fspj/output_log.txt?dl=0
  7. [WIP] German WWII rockets including never built absurdities

    alright, if you do decide to add turbine engines in, send me a PM or something. i have a bunch of books with stats for most german turbines, some of which were unbuilt (fuel consumption, airflow, etc)
  8. [WIP] German WWII rockets including never built absurdities

    I dunno. jet engines are basically just tubes in terms of modelling; even less than that if it's just the exhaust section. i had a go myself not that long ago and it didn't take too long to make something accurate, albeit of low detail. somehow they never appeared in the parts menu at all so i gave up. anyway, the idea of using underpowered, unreliable engines has always appealed to me somehow, and the german jet engines of that era (built or not) were nothing but underpowered and unreliable, save for a couple.
  9. [WIP] German WWII rockets including never built absurdities

    Actually i was talking about engines, not parts to build specific aircraft.
  10. [WIP] German WWII rockets including never built absurdities

    hey i don't know about this but i have a suggestion.... maybe you could do some of the turbine engines (turbojets, turboprops) that the germans were producing or planning to by the end of the war, turning the pack into some sort of ''late war german aeronautical fantasy pack'. i have a couple of books with metric ton of data for even the unbuilt engines, just something that popped into my mind.
  11. [1.3.1Full v 1.2.21] SM_Stryker BDA Damage Overhaul version

    I did literally acknowledge in my post that the 012 was an upscaled 004 (not entirely true though, the 004H was closer). Also, variety is the spice of life. The stock models are boring.
  12. [1.3.1Full v 1.2.21] SM_Stryker BDA Damage Overhaul version

    i know, but there aren't really any other images. what i did when i attempted to make the models, was follow the outline of the exhaust section (and the exhaust cone) and leave to rest out, intending to have it as an inline part so i could just attach a procedural fuselage and make a cowling out of that. in fact they all follow a basic outline for their cowling (except for the Hes-011) in one way or another.
  13. [1.3.1Full v 1.2.21] SM_Stryker BDA Damage Overhaul version

    Well, here goes. They're all german ww2 jet engines, since i kind of like the idea of working with crude, clunky and horribly unreliable motors. There's already a jumo 004 so i won't put that here. Additionally, i believe that most of these engines work best as an inline attachment rather than a radial part. 1. Junkers Jumo 012 2. BMW 003 3. BMW-018 4. Heinkel HeS-011 5. Daimler Benz 016 6. Daimler Benz DB-007
  14. [1.3.1Full v 1.2.21] SM_Stryker BDA Damage Overhaul version

    is this mod still being worked on? i have bunch of engines to suggest since i struggled to make them myself.
  15. this guy gets the mass, dimensions and power pretty much spot on: