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reece146 03-28-2020 02:54 AM

I'm keen for this aircraft - been a favourite - model looks great.



Would like to see it get some code love.



:)

Dr.SquirrelBoy12 04-01-2020 05:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by playerB (Post 4258523)
Dear Mister "I'm Too Good To Call Or Write My Fans"
This will be the last package I ever send your ass
It's been 3 Weeks and still no word, I don't deserve it?
I know you got my last two letters, I wrote the addresses on 'em perfect
So this is my cassette I'm sending you, I hope you hear it
I'm in the car right now, I'm doing 90 on the freeway
Hey Slim, I drank a fifth of vodka
You dare me to fly?

lmfao this is great :megalol:.

playerB 04-11-2020 03:42 PM

Awesome I'm very much hanging out for this beauty!

Mogster 04-12-2020 12:15 PM

Yes, looking forward to this one. Beautiful aircraft.

joanvalley 04-13-2020 02:21 AM

2 Attachment(s)
And because you guys are very patient... here come two screenshots of one tidbit. All images are WIP.

Attachment 232372

Attachment 232373

jamespejam 04-14-2020 01:12 PM

Isn´t it basically carry over from the F-5?

MK8 EJECTION SEAT
Following development of the highly successful Mk10 rocket-assisted ejection seat, a simplified, lightweight variant of this seat, designated the Mk8, was introduced for primary trainer aircraft, such as the Embraer Tucano. The most significant design simplification was the removal of the rocket motor to save weight. In most other respects, the Mk8 seat retains the excellent design features and functionality of the Mk10 seat. The Mk8 seat provides runway level escape at speeds down to 70 knots and has a maximum escape speed capability of 425 knots.

The Mk8 seat is currently in service in the Embraer Tucano, which is operated by the following countries: Angola, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Honduras, Iraq, Kenya, Kuwait, Mauritania, Paraguay, Peru, United Kingdom and Venezuela. To date, there have been 40 ejections from a Mk8 ejection seat.




MK10 EJECTION SEAT
Featured in:

AIDC
ALPHA JET
AMX
Casa C-101
CESSNA A-36
CHEETAH
CHENGDU F-5
CHENGDU F-7
EMB-314
F-5
F-6
FOUGA 90
GRIPEN
HAWK
HONGDU A-5
IAI Lavi
IAR-93
IAR-99
J-22
K-8
KFIR
MB-339
MIRAGE
PAMPA
PZL L-22
S-211
SABRE
SEA HARRIER
SHENYANG F-5
SHENYANG F-6
SOKO
SUPER TUCANO (ALX)
TORNADO

Source:
http://martin-baker.com/products/mk8-ejection-seat/

joanvalley 04-15-2020 01:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jamespejam (Post 4285858)
Isn´t it basically carry over from the F-5?

MK8 EJECTION SEAT
Following development of the highly successful Mk10 rocket-assisted ejection seat, a simplified, lightweight variant of this seat, designated the Mk8, was introduced for primary trainer aircraft, such as the Embraer Tucano. The most significant design simplification was the removal of the rocket motor to save weight. In most other respects, the Mk8 seat retains the excellent design features and functionality of the Mk10 seat. The Mk8 seat provides runway level escape at speeds down to 70 knots and has a maximum escape speed capability of 425 knots.

The Mk8 seat is currently in service in the Embraer Tucano, which is operated by the following countries: Angola, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Honduras, Iraq, Kenya, Kuwait, Mauritania, Paraguay, Peru, United Kingdom and Venezuela. To date, there have been 40 ejections from a Mk8 ejection seat.




MK10 EJECTION SEAT
Featured in:

AIDC
ALPHA JET
AMX
Casa C-101
CESSNA A-36
CHEETAH
CHENGDU F-5
CHENGDU F-7
EMB-314
F-5
F-6
FOUGA 90
GRIPEN
HAWK
HONGDU A-5
IAI Lavi
IAR-93
IAR-99
J-22
K-8
KFIR
MB-339
MIRAGE
PAMPA
PZL L-22
S-211
SABRE
SEA HARRIER
SHENYANG F-5
SHENYANG F-6
SOKO
SUPER TUCANO (ALX)
TORNADO

Source:
http://martin-baker.com/products/mk8-ejection-seat/

The Martin-Baker Mk BR10LCX has commonality among many aircraft, the model mesh though, is being made from scratch for the Super Tucano by me.

Jose Valdez.

jamespejam 04-15-2020 10:08 AM

Great to see attention put in the details! Carry on Jose!

Stratos 04-21-2020 08:26 PM

Looking forward to this one.

jamespejam 07-03-2020 08:12 AM

Never forgotten!:pilotfly:


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