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Old 03-15-2006, 10:14 PM
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One of the things I noticed on these edits and also on the Reno Racer upload, is that people have been visually scaling the prop (2.0 factor on both).

If you do this, you are in effect flying a big plane with a tiny, tiny propeller that only "looks" big.

This creates unrealistic and poor characteristics flight for the plane.

I'm uploading a "fixed" Reno Racer, which has the four bladed prop of approximately the right pitch and diameter, instead of just a visual scale up.

I've have had to put a larger engine on it and up the torque to compensate for the corrected physics.

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