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Cakery's Fifth-Generation Fighter Prototype
Published 5 months ago
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This fifth-generation jet prototype is modified by the joint corporations of Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Pratt & Whitney, and the Intercom of Cakery upon the Blue Power Jet platform.
Designation: XF-56
Powerplant: Pratt & Whitney F135 with Triple nozzle thrust
Maximum speed: Mach 1.8 at altitude
Armament: 1 x GAU-22/A rotary cannon
Avionics: Has avionic components of F-35, with the addition of
MJU-39/40 flares
AN/AAR-56 Missile Launch Detector
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Cakery
5 months ago
This jet is an intended replacement for the AV-8B Harrier and an alternative to the F-35. This plane is targeted to countries who cannot afford their own program but cannot also afford the 94-122 million-dollar-cost of the F-35.
Cakery
5 months ago
Since there are various defects in this model, I'm going to shelve this and make a mint one with exactly the same pieces as this one but with pinpoint accuracy (up to 10 decimal places).
Cakery
5 months ago
If there are pieces missing, they are normal. I'm using them as references.
Cakery
5 months ago
It is a modification of one.
Cakery
5 months ago
Sorry for the confusion today. I made a new Jet, then closed this model and opened the other one, then realized that I could import and imported the new version of the Jet from the other model into this one, then deleted the Jet with the errors, and closed the new Jet model. This jet right here has no errors in it. Have a nice day
ikeski23
5 months ago
I have the original set sitting on my dresser, its really dusty lol.
Cakery
5 months ago
I don't have to actual set, but my friend does.
ikeski23
5 months ago
Yeah, that's the one.
Cakery
4 months ago
Considering that, has it broken yet? I don't think my friend's jet broke, but somebody else's did.
Cakery
4 months ago
I was trying out lights.
Cakery
2 months ago
@Mekkah24 thanks, but I've already seen the video. Cool nonetheless!
Do you know how he does it?
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