11 Nov 2015 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 20

  1. Robert McSpadden 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Crap. I mean….crap. Whoa. I mean…crap…ya know??!

  2. Alberto Maya 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Es un avion impresionante.

  3. JETimmons 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Awesome plane

  4. John Rambo 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Is this real? Does the drive shaft for the propeller run through the pilots legs? Just seems like a flying coffin.

  5. zack iron 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +John Rambo Fuck islam and save the world

  6. JETimmons 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Plane is real only flew in the last 3 months. They built a replica of it and it flew. Sadly though gear gave way on landing but they plan to fix it fly it again.

  7. Peter Smith 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Prop drive shaft to propella ? Pilot must sit on it . !!

  8. Mike LeTourneau 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +John Rambo​ Prop shafts on the new replica that flew are actually flex type around pilot. Doubt it was on original.

  9. Mike LeTourneau 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +JETimmons​ gear didn't give way. Brake failed and by the time he got it stopped it nosed over and damaged prop. They haven't done anything but high speed taxi and "short hop" tests last I heard. But, it did fly!

  10. Taher Assaid 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    I read that it would've been a game changer if the Germans got their hands on it. The Brits would have never won the dog-fights simply because this plane is far more superior than the Spitfire. The Germans had a huge manufacturing capacity and can make thousands planes in just a year.
    I think the person who hid this plane saved the world from Nazi occupation.

  11. John Rambo 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +Mike LeTourneau I'm just having a hard time envisioning how the propeller worked being so close to what looks like the cockpit. The engine is in the back correct?

  12. Mike LeTourneau 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    +John Rambo​ flex shafts and gearboxes.

  13. Brent Burzycki 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Many pretty things are hard to make work right… And that's why design and engineering are so hard to do well..

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  16. Esteban Martinez 11 Nov 2015 Reply

    Esta hermoso este avion

  17. Philip Stephens 13 Nov 2015 Reply

    Look at the P38 Bell Aircobra – similar layout. But this has an incredibly futuristic look.

    It would not be out of place in a air show today. Amazing industrial design!

  18. James Hilley 2 Feb 2016 Reply

    take the prop off the front, make it a pusher

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