My version of the ever so popular Boeing B-29 Bomber Superfortress. I found that when (and if) you ever landed the aircraft, it would take forever to stop. I also found that because the model was so slow it was very cumbersome. The front steering was also not powerful enough to pull it self around in taxi and a very big problem with landing gear breaking off no matter how you landed. This new model includes the following improvments,
. New, working, electronic brakes. Makes landings very realistic.
. lighter fuselage for about 5mph faster airspeed, and smoother turns.
. modified torque for quicker engine response. (This allows for you to speed up or slow down about 20% faster than original.)
. realistic turning during taxi (more info below)
. All same inflight controls
. to brake, when landed or taxiing, push forward on elevator servo (right thumb stick)
. when taxiing, use about 6-7 clicks on throttle for most effective, and realistic turning.
. landing process, line up with runway, come in at a 20-30 degree angle with about 10-11 clicks of throttle. Brake when landed.