[REQUEST] Christen/Aviat Eagle II

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[REQUEST] Christen/Aviat Eagle II

Post by Deleted User 1872 » Tue Apr 10, 2018 4:42 am

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Hello again fellow HQ modelers. I've noticed that there are no Christen Eagle aircraft in YSFlight and I've been wanting to see one in YS with better model quality than that of the Pitts S-2C aircraft (which differs from the Christen Eagle in multiple ways.)

A blank model without any of the decals/a white model would suffice so that I can paint them into multiple liveries as a pack. Any attempts at developing this model would be greatly appreciated! :)

- Basic Information -

Role - Aerobatic Sporting Aircraft
Nation Of Origin - United States
Manufacturer - Christen & Aviat
First Flight - February 1977

- General Characteristics -

Capacity - Christen Eagle: 1, Aviat Eagle: 2
Length - 17 ft 11 in (5.46 m)
Wingspan - 19 ft 11 in (6.07 m)
Height - 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)
Wing are -: 125 ft2 (11.6 m2)
Empty weight - 1,025 lb (465 kg)
Gross weight - 1,578 lb (716 kg)
Powerplant - 1 × Lycoming AEIO-360-A1D, 200 hp (150 kW)

- Performance -

Maximum speed - 210 mph (337 km/h)
Cruise speed - 140 mph (225 km/h)
Range - 380 miles (610 km)
Service ceiling - 17,000 ft (5,180 m)
Rate of climb - 2,100 ft/min (11 m/s)

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Re: [REQUEST] Christen/Aviat Eagle II

Post by Turbofan » Tue Apr 10, 2018 8:09 pm

That's one cool-looking bi-plane!
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