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Command Parts weight more inflight than in VAB (RSS/RP1) 1.3.1

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Hello,

I have tried to design a very small Spaceprobe, when i saw that the Mass of it more than doubled when i tested it inflight. I have then experimented a bit, a the weight bonus is added to every Command part ingame inflight (+49kg). I am using a RSS/RP1 install in KSP 1.3.1 (via CKAN) . I have tried to trace it down to to a Mod, it should be somewhere in the RP1/Realism Overhaul in their dependencies. Ckan Modlist is linked there: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6uxbrf2xp7xnprw/RSS49KGBug.ckan?dl=0 . This bug, which is obviously greatly hurting my ability to make small Stages and Probes,  can easly reproduced by just launching anything with a command unit.

Thank you for your time

Keineahnung4010

Edit: Picturesfolder: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ijnxcjj9ore8r5m/AABHczmZT6-_xt6OX8j0e3TJa?dl=0

Edit2: Logfile: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zhddilm6d2abgqt/output_log.txt?dl=0

Craftfile1: https://www.dropbox.com/s/a6zjwmpx2cp9jw1/Test 1.craft?dl=0

Craftfile2: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4cq8kjnr1il5db7/Test 2.craft?dl=0

Edited by keineahnung4010
wrong logfile

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We're probably also going to need pics of befores and afters, somebody may notice something.   And somebody may want to play around with a craft file too. 

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Also a log file would be helpful

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1 hour ago, Phineas Freak said:

Remove kOS and try again.

The "clunkiness" of the file storage in kOS is configurable via ModuleManager.  You could simulate older hardware by making the "disk" cost more mass.  I know I gave the RP-1 people some information on stuff that could be tweaked as they like, and I don't know if they did so or not.  It is possible for "cost per byte" to be high enough to get this effect, depending on how the kOS processor added to the command module is configured.

 

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