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  1. Greetings, KSP Community. Here's an Aircraft I've had in my SPH for a while, and I decided to share it with you guys, as it's a great aircraft. The Hydra I, It's a lightweight, highly maneuverable, two Kerbal aircraft capable of going supersonic. It was originally created after I was inspired by the F-82 Twin-Mustang to build a twin-fuselage aircraft of my own, this was the result. It is highly maneuverable and is capable of accelerating even going vertically upwards, something which would make most aircraft stall. It's statistics are: TWR: 1.71. Mass: 14.347 tons. Delta-V: 20,705 m/s. Parts: 63. Intake Air: 6.0. Liquid Fuel: 600. Electric Charge: 900. Crew Capacity: 2. Engines: 3 J-404 "Panther" Afterburning Turbofans. Takeoff Speed: Around 35 m/s. Height: 4.0 meters. Width: 22.7 meters. Length: 14.6 meters. Power Generation: 6 OX-STAT Photovoltaic Panels. Mods: None. Action groups are the default settings with the exception of RCS, which controls the Engine mode. It is named after the Hydra from ancient Mythology, which was a serpent with more than one head, similarly the Hydra I has two fuselages. Click here to go to the KerbalX page, where you can download it. Thanks for reading, bonus thanks if you download it. -Dolphin.