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Discussion in 'Air' started by PrimeTheBomber, Sep 20, 2015.
They can handle planes. They can pretty much handle everything
found some technical specs
Length: 79 ft 10 in (23.50 m)
Wingspan: 118 ft 0 in (36 m)
Height: 27 ft 6 in (5.33 m)
Wing area: 1,408 ft² (131 m²)
Empty weight: 33,175 lb (15,048 kg)
Loaded weight: 56,000 lb (25,425 kg)
Powerplant: 2 × Wright R-2600-6 14-cylinder radial engines, 1,600 hp (1,194 kW) each
Maximum speed: 178 kn (205 mph, 330 km/h)
Range: 2,600 nmi (3,000 mi, 4,800 km)
Service ceiling: 19,800 ft (6,040 m)
Rate of climb: 800 ft/min (4.1 m/s)
Guns: 8 × .50 in (12.7 mm) M2 Browning machine guns (two each in nose, dorsal and tail turrets, one each in blisters amidships)
Bombs: 4,000 lb (1,800 kg) of bombs or depth charges or 2 × Mark 13 torpedoes
I followed this from the beginning and I was wondering if you have an idea when it will go into beta?
When it's closed to finished.
Thank you, this will come in handy when I start work on the PBM-1.
Well, I'm currently in Switzerland and the code remains unfinished, as does the cockpit, and I haven't even started work on textures. So I'm not setting any deadlines. It'll be released when those are ready. If that'll be before New Years or after it, I have no clue. I'm a procastinator.
Dont mean to pressurize or push by the way
Aleight! Switzerland? Nice! Enjoy your vacation!
Thanks, man. Went hiking through the Alps earlier. It's a beautiful place.
Didn't a jet go down in The alps?
Uhm...maybe? It's a pretty big place, man, a lot of mountains.
I thought it was a German wings,
Not trying to break your flow or harm anyone, but let's try keeping this thread on track.
Well, I was talking about a plane. Lol. I'll stop.
Well, the plane's weight is finally realistic, reversing system is also now properly set up, having some issues with how the plane handles in water, working on exporting the 3d model.
WOAH THIS IS SO COOL! Don't let this die pls
Mate, this project hasn't been in any risk of dying since February. I flew to Arizona to take a look around inside the last PBM-5a just for this project. And also because I wanted to go inside it, but the former is the reason they let me in.
Good to know
excited and hyped
Things are slowly progressing...