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  1. Here's my F-4B Phantom II stock replica, enjoy! McDonnell Douglas F-4B Phantom II Parts (w/Drop Tanks):178 Weight: 27.92t Length: 14.9m Top Speed (asl): 320m/s my other american aircraft As a side note, I’d highly recommend you only drop the tanks when not exerting any G’s on the craft, since the landing gear on the drop tanks are autostrut-locked to the rest of the plane, it appears to screw up the wing part positioning and somewhat ruins the aerodynamics.
  2. Listen to this while flying . Here's a replica of the famous USAF/USN fighter/interceptor from the Cold War-era, the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II. Featuring fairly accurate scaling to Kerbal dimensions, and full function of twin Panther engines, this F-4 replica carries 2 crew in its tandem cockpit setup, and has a probe core in the upper fuselage for use as a training drone and/or for more accurate manned piloting ("fly-by-wire"). //ACTION GROUPS:// 1 toggles the engines, 2 toggles afterburners. If the demand is there, I might make a variant equipped w
  3. Hi, here is a cinematic showcase of a F-4 Phantom Please subscribe to keep this channel going! Aircraft Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6d04rpsw4m7umyt/F-4.craft?dl=0
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