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McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 11:37 am
by flamerboy67664
Hello everyone. I have noticed that there are only 3 DC-10s made for YSFlight (Made by taskforce58) :cry: .
I want to request that someone makes an DC-10 family pack (DC-10-10, DC-10-15, DC-10-30, DC-10-40)

Boeing page:

http://www.boeing.com/boeing/commercial ... index.page

Photos:

http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.s ... 9j438051j7

DC-10 Specifications - DC-10 Series 10, Series 15, Series 30, Series 40, KC-10, KDC-10
Dimensions:
Span: 155 ft 4 in (Series 10)
165 ft 4 in (Series 15, 30, 40)
Fuselage: Same for all series
Length 170 ft 6 in
Max: 58 ft 5 in
Height
Engines: GE CF6-6D (Series 10)
GE CF6-50C2F (Series 15)
GE CF6-50C (Series 30)
P&W JT9D-59A (Series 40)
Max Weight: 433,000 lb (Series 10, 15)
558,000 lb (Series 30, 40)
Max TOW: 430,000 lb (Series 10, 15)
555,000 lb (Series 30, 40)
Max LW: 363,500 lb (Series 10, 15)
411,000 lb (Series 30, 40)
OEW: 243,750 lb (Series 10, 15)
268,751 lb (Series 30)
272,773 lb (Series 40)
Max Structural Payload: 91,250 lb (Series 10, 15 – PAX)
(Weight limited) 119,556 lb (Series 10, 15 – CARGO)
122,249 lb (Series 30 – PAX)
152,964 lb (Series 30 –CARGO)
118,227 lb (Series 40 – PAX)
148,942 lb (Series 40 – CARGO)
Seating Capacity:
2-class: 277 (PAX version)
Crew: 4 (KC-10, DC-10)
Usable Fuel:
US Gallon - 21,569 g
US pounds - 145,810 lb
Service Ceiling: 32,700 ft (Series 10, 15), 42,000 ft (Series 30, 40)
Normal Cruise: Mach 0.82
Long Range Cruise: Mach 0.80
Range: 2,350 nm (Series 10), 4,350 (15), 6,220 (30), 5,750 (40), 4,400 mi
(KC-10 – combat), 11,500 mi (KC-10 – ferry)

(Anyway, please make a special livery for me, its for the Series 30: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Philippi ... 55beeaa96a)

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 12:01 pm
by Flake
You are aware you've asked for about 3 months to a years worth of work right? :lol:

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 12:06 pm
by NightRaven
He's not new to the game, but he is new to the forums.

And we should plaster the general guidelines on top of every page, so noobs can stop posting all this trash.

You sure are lucky, for I am currently making the -30F series.

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 12:33 pm
by flamerboy67664
I'm not new here. :)
NightRaven wrote:He's not new to the game, but he is new to the forums.

And we should plaster the general guidelines on top of every page, so noobs can stop posting all this trash.

You sure are lucky, for I am currently making the -30F series.
Hey nightraven, I think we played multiplayer some months ago. BTT (Back to topic) well,
nice.
OfficerFlake wrote: You are aware you've asked for about 3 months to a years worth of work right? :lol:
Sir, we could just modify NightRaven's DC-10-30F, just like add windows to the paint and change engines for the other Series 10, 15 and Series 40.

-- Fri Apr 18, 2014 9:33 pm --

And also sir, I have been here since 2012 but inactive and now back (I'm also active during Jan-August 2013), you call me newbie? :evil:

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 12:47 pm
by NightRaven
He calls you a noob for 2 reasons:
1) He likes to jest
2) (this is serious) you have clearly not read what you should have read:
Doomsday wrote:Do not:
...
- Request for an entire fleet of aircraft, (making an aircraft is a very time consuming process and takes even the most experienced modders several weeks to make one aircraft from scratch)
Take a look here.

On a lighter note, yes, I do remember flying with you once or twice, but that was a frikin long time ago.

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 12:52 pm
by flamerboy67664
NightRaven wrote:He calls you a noob for 2 reasons:
1) He likes to jest
2) (this is serious) you have clearly not read what you should have read:
Doomsday wrote:Do not:
...
- Request for an entire fleet of aircraft, (making an aircraft is a very time consuming process and takes even the most experienced modders several weeks to make one aircraft from scratch)
Take a look here.

On a lighter note, yes, I do remember flying with you once or twice, but that was a frikin long time ago.
But we can just change the engine models, remove the center gear for -10 and -15 and and add black dots to the fuselage to make windows!

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 12:57 pm
by NightRaven
I don't know at the moment, for now I'm just working on the -30F model.

Just look at my modding thread for my current progress.

Now there's 2 guys waiting for it lol
some encouragement there :lol:

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 2:03 pm
by Ace Lord
Someone with only 7 posts making a request is something you generally should not do, especially if it is a fleet such as this. You should at least put forth some effort to become a "familiar face" of sorts in the community and/or learn to make mods for yourself.

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 2:54 pm
by SimonG
I'm down for it! I'll get to work. I'll release them one at a time so as not to give them out in 3 months ;)
I'm kind of new to ysflight aircraft creation, but I think I can handle it. We'll see! DC-10-30 is first.

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 3:21 pm
by Kujo
flamerboy67664 wrote:Sir, we could just modify NightRaven's DC-10-30F, just like add windows to the paint and change engines for the other Series 10, 15 and Series 40.
That itself is a bit of work. (Yes, that's coming from a guy that doesn't even know how to Blender.) I see some of the videos of Blender that people do and it feels like your stuck in prison. Obviously you kind of don't know what people go through making these sort of things. Effort, effort, effort. (And concentration)

I'm not saying that it is impossible to do, but it just takes a lot of time for this to be made. By your posts, it sounds like your rushing to have all those DC-10s. Also, I agree with NightRaven. That rule is sort of important to addon requests, and I don't mean to be obnoxious. ;)

P.S. THAT WHOLE FLEET? WAT?!

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 3:32 pm
by Turbofan
flamerboy67664 wrote:But we can just change the engine models, remove the center gear for -10 and -15 and and add black dots to the fuselage to make windows!
The variants -10 and -15 also had different fuselage lengths than the -30 and the -40 (the -40 being the longest). The -30 has a fuselage length between the -10/-15 and the -40. And it really is not as simple as "adding black dots" if you want to do a good job. Which the modders around here are known for ;).

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Sat Apr 19, 2014 12:03 am
by NightRaven
SimonG wrote:I'm down for it! I'll get to work. I'll release them one at a time so as not to give them out in 3 months ;)
I'm kind of new to ysflight aircraft creation, but I think I can handle it. We'll see! DC-10-30 is first.
wat

I am already making one :lol:
since last month. See this post. I don't want effort expended unnecessarily.

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Sat Apr 19, 2014 1:58 am
by flamerboy67664
SimonG wrote:I'm down for it! I'll get to work. I'll release them one at a time so as not to give them out in 3 months ;)
I'm kind of new to ysflight aircraft creation, but I think I can handle it. We'll see! DC-10-30 is first.
Thanks bud!

By the way, I can help, I downloaded Blender already. I can supply you the engine models, so you can just make the airframe and add each engines for each model (DC-10-10 CF6-6D, DC-10-15 CF6-50C2F, DC-10-30 CF6-50C, DC-10-30-50C2 and Pratt and Whitneys for the Series 40)

*hiccup* Please do this livery for me: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Philippi ... 55beeaa96a

Re: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 family

Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 1:45 pm
by SimonG
Well, Nightraven is already hard at work, so I'm actually working on some other projects. Sorry!