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  1. Huge thanks to @Azimech, whose incredible advice made this craft pososible. This craft is a full stock, 1:1 scale replica of the Boeing Pelican Ultra, a cargo ekranoplan/aircraft. This Colossus would have carried massive amounts of military hardware long distances, primarily across the sea to maximize fuel efficiency. However, it never made it past the concept stage, and now only exists in the form of vague specifications and inconsistent artist renditions. Having taken 5 months to complete, being composed of just under 3,000 parts, weighing in at 1.8 kiltons, with a wing span of 150 meters and being 120 meters in length, this craft is by far the largest and most ambitious project I have ever undertaken. The craft is also full to the brim of stock mechanisms. It utilizes 4 of my T-4650 stock turboprops, which together produce nearly 19,000 kN of thrust. The craft’s entire nose section rotates upwards to reveal the cargo bay, this is made possible with what is perhaps the largest stock joint ever created. The joint in question is made up of an orange tank that is held within a fairing precisely tuned to its diameter. It also features a ramp, which is incredibly mundane by comparison. All this work on to ensure that the craft could feasibly be used to transport payloads would have been for naught if the craft didn’t actually have any payload capabilities. Fortunately, this craft can easily carry payloads of well over 1000 tonnes, although it’s exact upper limit is as yet unknown. To get this beast into the air, a huge number of hidden control surfaces are used. The center of lift is also placed in front of the center of mass to ensure that it flies nice and easily. Download: https://kerbalx.com/Kronus_Aerospace/Kronus-Pelican-ULTRA (<-- As well as additional screenshots) Part Count: 2857 Irrelevant Information (AKA Gloating): -You could play a full sized game of Football (Soccer) on this craft’s back across its wings. -The cargo bay is so large that you could easily fit a 747 inside. -With full payload this craft is both larger and heavier than the Saturn V. -This craft produces 24 times the thrust of a 747. -I think you get the point.
  2. This is a stock replica of the GP7000 Turbofan developed by Engine Alliance, a joint venture between General Electric and Pratt & Whitney. This replica’s central feature is definitely its spinning turbine, which is functionally a turboshaft as it is powered by two Juno’s set to very low power. This method of spinning the turbine means that the turbine actually throttles with the actual engines, which is obviously super cool. This engine uses 3 Wheesley’s which in total provide similar thrust to the real thing. The one downside of this engine is that you will need to place intakes in a seperate location on your craft, as there is no way of incorporating intakes into the engine itself. Download Link: https://kerbalx.com/Kronus_Aerospace/GP7000 Part Count: 113 Engine Mass: 9.97 tonnes Engine Thrust: 330 kN
  3. This is a stock 1:1 replica of the GEnx turbofan engine developed by General Electric. This engine was made for use on an Aircraft I am currently working on, but it turned out so nicely that I decided it deserved to be posted on its own. It’s basically just a Goliath with a fancy shell around it. The GEnx series of engines has seen service on the Boeing 747-8 and the Boeing 787-9 Dream liner. Download: https://kerbalx.com/Kronus_Aerospace/GEnx-Engine Part Count: 99 Subassembly Mass: 13.18 tonnes
  4. A mod that adds many turbofan engines based on real-life counterparts (i.e. Trent family, CFM56/CFM-LEAP, GE90) would be nice, as this allows construction of many passenger/cargo planes based off of real-life commercial and cargo jets. The Goliath turbofan in 1.0.5 is only suited for medium-heavy planes like the Stearwing A300. Having a mod like this would allow customization of planes that can carry a certain amount of cargo.