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Fokker D7 Performance

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Here is a cool first person view of Mikael Carlson's D7 doing aerobatics...a few interesting points: It takes about 7.5 seconds to do a roll and about 8 seconds to do a loop.  Compare that to the Fokker Dr.I that does a roll in 6 seconds and a loop in 8 seconds.    Enjoy!

 

 

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Nice! Does he give any max speed or climb figures? This is the engine (variant) we need for our DVII !

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1 hour ago, SYN_Vander said:

Nice! Does he give any max speed or climb figures? This is the engine (variant) we need for our DVII !

Sadly, I am the only person in the world, to my knowledge, doing flight testing on WWI aircraft for accurate data capture with modern equipment.

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6 minutes ago, Chill31 said:

Sadly, I am the only person in the world, to my knowledge, doing flight testing on WWI aircraft for accurate data capture with modern equipment.

Then you need a D.VII with D.IIIaü ;)

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2 minutes ago, J99_Sizzlorr said:

Then you need a D.VII with D.IIIaü ;)

I may be able to get Mikael to do the testing with my equipment though!  I will see about it

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4 hours ago, Chill31 said:

Sadly, I am the only person in the world, to my knowledge, doing flight testing on WWI aircraft for accurate data capture with modern equipment.

 

Considering the amount he posts, I thought Plank did as well.

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