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The STAMPE et VERTONGEN SV.4b
Please note: This model was built for Real Flight 6 and may not fly as intended for earlier versions.

There is a small mistake which is easily fixed. The rudder tip pivot is set 20 and -220 by accident. 20 in both directions was the intended setting. This is a simple end user fix rather than reposting.

The Stampe SV was designed in 1933 by Belgian WW I pilots Jean Stampe and Maurice Vertongen. They were Moth dealers in the 1920´s. The SV aircraft was meant as a rival to the De Havilland D.H. 60 Moth and the D.H.82 Tiger Moth. In 1930 they build their own plant in Deurne (Antwerp Belgium) and the production started in 1933. The Belgian Air Force would replace their Tiger Moths and ordered 66 SV-4B planes. Only 65 were delivered.
In France and Algeria approx 850 Stampe SV 4A and SV 4C were built mostly powered by a 140 h.p. Renault 4 Pei engine.At this moment the SV-4B is one of the rarest airplanes in the world.

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Physics by....................Boof69
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This model features:
Moving pilot and passenger doors............................(Channel 6 [knob])
Moving flight sticks and rudder pedals fore and aft
A working .303 Lewis gun....................................(Channel 6 [3pos])
The Lewis gun can be removed by the "Engine to Show" feature found in the editor under the engine component.
Just change engine to show to "None".

Link to Stampe build thread


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