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  1. Edit: this is a dumb suggestion and i didn't phrase it the way I want. old title: Engine-ers should be able to tweak engine trust/ISP/etc. (see desc) Engineers (mid-high xp level) should be able to tweak engine ISP for more thrust and vice versa. E/C alternators in engines could be disabled for more thrust, or cranked up to produce more electricity at the expense of more fuel or less thrust (like a crappy low-tech fuel cell). Of course, the "tweakability" of everything should be limited so we can't have mainsail engines replacing nukes and vice versa. Maybe this could be balanced with an overheat mechanic: increasing thrust/ISP causes overheating and require radiators. At one point the rocket will reach a hard limit.
  2. Anyways, I am designing a liquid-fueled rocket and to do that I need the combustion temperature of these to fuels. I've been looking for a very long time but haven't been able to find it anywhere. Thanks for your help