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  1. very well, especially on the rudder axis considering it has all moving tailerons and is basically a giant wing. pretty easy to drift midflight but is still very controllable
  2. Eurofighter Typhoon EF-2000 "31+44" of the German Luftwaffe Parts: 368 Length: 11.3m Weight: 22.46t Top Speed (asl): 303 m/s KerbalX Eurofighter Typhoon FGR.4 "ZK231" of No. 6 Squadron RAF Parts: 370 Length: 11.3m Weight: 22.46t Top Speed (asl): 303 m/s KerbalX
  3. current eurofighter progress, sitting at 372 parts atm
  4. Here's my rendition of the most advanced version of the F-16, featuring Hellenic airforce roundels Details Parts (no external load): 345 Parts (w/external load): 395 Length: 12.7m Weight: 28.8t Top Speed (asl): 315m/s KerbalX Link
  5. Sukhoi Su-57 Felon Stock+DLC replica Parts: 311 Length: 17.0m Weight: 54.69t Top Speed (asl): 330m/s KerbalX
  6. Stock + Making History/Breaking Ground DLC F-35A/B replicas F-35A Details Parts: 256 Length: 12.73m Weight: 31.6t Top Speed (asl): 313m/s KerbalX F-35B Details Parts: 342 Length: 12.69m Weight: 31.72t Top Speed (asl): 287m/s Check the KerbalX page for instructions on how to perform a VTOL liftoff KerbalX
  7. Stock replica of the F-16C Fighting Falcon/Viper Parts (no Ext Load): 256 Length: 12.39m Weight (no Ext Fuel): 20.08t Top Speed (asl): 327m/s KerbalX
  8. Stock replica of the Russian Sukhoi Su-35S "Flanker-E" From Wikipedia: "In 2003, Sukhoi embarked on a second modernization of the Su-27 to serve as an interim aircraft awaiting the development of the Sukhoi PAK FA (Su-57) program. Also known as the Su-35, this version has a redesigned cockpit and weapons-control system and features thrust-vectoring engines in place of the canards. The type made its first flight in February 2008. Although it was designed for export, the Russian Air Force became the launch customer in 2009, with the production version designated Su-35S. " Length: 17.63m Mass: 34.47t Parts: 260 Top Speed (ASL): 380m/s KerbalX
  9. McDonnell Douglas F-4E "Phantom II" Parts: 231 Weight: 26.36t Length: 15.7m Top Speed (asl): 317m/s F-4E Phantom II on KerbalX The E variant of the phantom was an upgrade over previous models of the Phantom, including a built-in M61 Vulcan and an elongated nose to fit the new AN/APQ-120 radar. The F-4E became the leading variant of the phantom, with almost 1,400 produced. This craft has functional airbrakes and drop tanks, and is completely stock. Enjoy!
  10. Very impressive control scheme and the craft itself is fantastically built Great job!
  11. bruh I’ll have to re-fix it later lmao
  12. good catch, changed the tail rotors to contra-rotating
  13. Boeing AH-64D Apache Longbow To control the heli, start by controlling the rotor collective with Translate U/D keys I and K. Then, set the throttle to slightly below 1/3. Parts: 351 Weight: 23t Length: 13.6m Top Speed: ~35m/s AH-64D on KerbalX
  14. WIP AH-64D Apache Longbow sitting at 314 parts probably gonna have trouble keeping it stable in flight...
  15. Thank you, I appreciate that! I completely understand that. I usually to stick to using stock cockpits for the same reason, it seems more kerbal/in spirit of the game. In fact I think only 3 of my 17 posted craft use solar panels cockpits, but I think for some craft that I want to look as close to IRL within reason, I place aesthetics/performance above that. Some craft have unusual cockpit geometries where if a stock cockpit were used, it would really only detract from the quality of the replica. I think the Ah-1Z and Mi-24 are a good example of this in my case:
  16. So after fiddling with BG servos a bit more, I decided to give my F-14 some more love and completely visually revamp it. I managed to greatly reduce wing flopping as a result of G-forces overpowering the small servos, so this should be a bit more enjoyable to fly. Grumman F-14B Tomcat Parts: 277 Weight: 29.9t Length: 14.2m Top Speed (asl): 315m/s F-14B Tomcat on KerbalX
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