Speed_Kerman

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    I'm the dude, playing the dude, disguised as a Kerbal.

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  1. Translation via Google Translate for us non-Russian speakers... "I'll just leave it here." Please write your posts in English as a majority of us here are English speakers. Пожалуйста, пишите свои посты на английском языке, так как большинство из нас являются носителями английского языка
  2. 94 parts?! Put two of those on an aircraft and that's already 198 parts!! Imagine the possibilities though... circumnavigating Kerbin with an electric propeller. I still struggle with building a good stock propeller myself, so kudos to you on this feat of engineering. I tip my hat to you, good sir.
  3. Good penguin *pats his head*. Often it's good forum etiquette if you're going to share a craft to post a download link so we can give it a spin and critique it.
  4. But does it dorifuto? *Eurobeat intensifies* Also, download link?
  5. Some pics of your crafts would be nice...
  6. Yo dawg, I heard you like wings... You put wings, on your wings, on your wings, on your wings, on your wings, on your wings, on your wings, on your wings, on your wings, on your wings!!!! Snoop Dogg would be proud.
  7. It's not that weird... CupCakeLanders uses those inline storage bay things as cockpits all the time. Wheesley's in reverse thrust mode make great nose mounted engines, if you like having the engine thrust clouds in your face as you fly.
  8. Another little something for us ion engine addicts, Cupcake?
  9. No in flight pics, no download clicks. Cool design though.
  10. OK, this topic can be locked now. I got what I needed from it.
  11. Thanks for all the advice guys. I did pick up my Logitech F310 controller yesterday. So far I haven't tried it with KSP, but I have been trying it with some emulated retro Game Boy and Game Boy Advance games and I'm pretty happy with it. Maybe tonight I'll try setting it up for KSP, but solely for flying. I really don't mind if I have to switch back and forth between keyboard for building and controller for flying, as I'm sure I can program all the functions I need (like RCS, throttle controls, gear...) to the buttons of the controller.