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Old 09-15-2020, 06:51 PM
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This is an awesome looking aircraft. It looks a lot like the Sukhoi that Isaac built.


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Both were very similar in layout and specs. Twin engines in a tandem configuration. Radar in the nose. The La-200 had alternate nose inlet configurations ( side inlets ).

Mig also had a similar aircraft called the I-320. It was a two seater similar to the Suchoi in looks ( like a pre historic shark ).

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Nose gear retracted aft and then 90 degrees to lay flat


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Yes, this is how the nose gear mechanism works
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Both were very similar in layout and specs. Twin engines in a tandem configuration. Radar in the nose. The La-200 had alternate nose inlet configurations ( side inlets ).

Mig also had a similar aircraft called the I-320. It was a two seater similar to the Suchoi in looks ( like a pre historic shark ).

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And to me he with such a nose looks like characters from cartoons with a long nose)
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Old 09-16-2020, 02:05 AM
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I am thinking about how to make a schematic imitation of the nose engine, since the wasp is quite wide, and its internal hour will be clearly visible (and it will be empty without the engine there.) What do you think about this?
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Old 09-16-2020, 06:07 AM
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I am thinking about how to make a schematic imitation of the nose engine, since the wasp is quite wide, and its internal hour will be clearly visible (and it will be empty without the engine there.) What do you think about this?
The Google translation did not do well, but I understand what you are asking. Here it is:


The forward centrifugal flow compressor jet engine is mounted behind the RADAR in the nose and will be visible via the inlet. You are asking our opinion of having an engine in there internally.


My opinion is yes, it is worth while to place an engine there or at a minimum a facade representing it. Since this is a centrifugal flow compressor engine, all you will see are the accessories and outline of the diffuser ducts after the compressor.


Here is an internal schematics of the plane for better view.
Lavochkin LA-200 1/33-la-200-x-section.jpg

Go for it with the engine ( but no need for a super detail ).


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You understood me absolutely correctly. I'll do it with the engine. I have a diagram of the installation of the engine and a diagram of the engine itself. Second question Isaac, do you want to do a test build?
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You understood me absolutely correctly. I'll do it with the engine. I have a diagram of the installation of the engine and a diagram of the engine itself. Second question Isaac, do you want to do a test build?
The short answer to a Beta build is YES.

however

I am currently in the process of moving my home and may not be able to build until December at the earliest.

If you are OK with that, then I would build it after that or January. You can still have someone else do a Beta build for you and I can do it as well later.


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The short answer to a Beta build is YES.

however

I am currently in the process of moving my home and may not be able to build until December at the earliest.

If you are OK with that, then I would build it after that or January. You can still have someone else do a Beta build for you and I can do it as well later.


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Okay Isaac. I understood you.
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Old 09-16-2020, 07:19 PM
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This model will be quite detailed, especially if you're going to have the engine.
It's going to be an amazing model.





Isaac, you'll have a lot of models to build once you get settled in in Florida.


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