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Should a MiG-29S do 1640kph at 20m?


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Most modern fighters can achieve mach 1.2 max speed at sea level in clean configuration, so its not far off real life.

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I got rid of all my weapons and went for a fly, got to a very strange speed. Had immortality turned on. Would aircraft have broke otherwise?

 

Did those speeds and the Mig29s held together. What you have to worry about is a high speed stall.

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Which is what he said, isn't it? :)

Basically, he means that it's not really a "very strange" speed, it's "not far off".

 

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Basically, it is somewhere around 0.1 mach too fast. Was this level flight, and what was the pressure and temperature? (For example, if temp is 30C, we're looking at a ~0.05 error.)

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