Power/weight: 260 W/kg
Wing loading: 184 kg/m^2
Power/weight: 297 W/kg
Wing loading: 148 kg/m^2
An E-M diagram...
we is in the tape
e nois na fita
This is what black hornet sees in his nightmares:
Some similar images that looseleaf should...
This is 2011. And we don't know who runs the Dept of Homeland Security.
At least he can still be an optimist in spite of evidence that challenges his worldview.
He's looking at you looseleaf, and he wants a...
3 guesses as to why Mario has one...
Also a good question is what a 9.7m hole in a fuselage looks like.
How about it rest of the world?
You've already seen arrogant characters fixated on the the USA's merits.
Aren't you tired of narcissistic...
Well, I hate even more to join in on the hijacking, but.......
Might you recommend something else?
Maybe....... a FIAT?
What about a P-63?
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A few words about demian:
Most passive aggressive person. Ever.
(He) talks about "feeling" rather than testing, yet is so impressed with...
My testing procedures:
1. Load the subject aircraft with 100% fuel and take off near sea level in the TA.
2. Ensure track is recording,...
Found a report about the A6M3:
Power off, flaps and gear down:
Finished some interesting tests with boa in the TA a while ago. Turns out that the Spit IXc loses somewhat decisively in a sustained turn fight...
Not to say that the P-38 is fine, but there is not much alarming about the P-38F results I got. The results are actually quite good, but the scan...
And now by popular demand the P-38F (7212 kg, 30.43 m^2):
No flaps: 1.25 (lowest yet recorded)
100% flaps: 2.34 (highest yet...
I thought it appropriate to do this test with the recent change in RPS trends.
SpitIXc (3379 kg, 22.5 m^2):
No flaps: 1.52...
Ki-44 II (2764 kg, 15 m^2):
No flaps: 1.60
100% flaps: 1.95
No flaps: 156 km/h
100% flaps: 142 km/h...
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