AlastrionaCatskill

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  1. Greetings Kerbal Forums, I have no idea how to counteract the torque on a propeller plane like those in World War 1. I've been trying to make a Fokker-style plane, but I have this problem where my airplane will have a clockwise rotation when going fast on the runway and especially taking off, leading to many a KIA Kerbals. This is not due to landing gear - they are as they should be, vertical relative to the ground, and the plane does not exhibit any veer due to parts bending. Center of gravity is slightly forward of center of lift as it should be. I cannot send a picture of the aircraft as any design I try from the bottom up exhibits this torque. I wish to not use engines nor RCS thrusters as that would defeat the purpose of it being WW1 style.