Product information "Sim Skunk Works - Lockheed Martin TF-104G"
The Lockheed F-104G Starfighter is a single-engine, supersonic interceptor aircraft which was extensively deployed as a fighter-bomber during the Cold War.
Highly detailed model, fully animated, both front and rear cockpit
Highly detailed 3D cockpit, fully animated and working
Complete 3D-lights systems both internal and external
A complete paintkit will soon be available for painters (upon request)
Almost all real systems have been modelled and working as the real thing
Flight dynamics modelled 99% close to the real aircraft
Fully tested and validated by qualified real-world F-104 pilot
Aerodynamic pitch up, inertia coupling and BLC system reproduced
Payload drop actually changes aircraft weight, balance and drag as well
Inertial navigator Litton LN-3 fully implemented
Fully functional and close to real NASARR R-15, A/G and A/A mode with:
STT (Single track target)
GROUND MAP PENCIL
GROUND MAP SPOILER
DDI (DYNAMIC DRAG INDEX) The SSW F/RF-104G uses the Dynamic Drag Index concept; i.e. when you load/drop external loads not only is the GW changed but also the drag coefficient is affected and the model aerodynamics change accordingly. This is particularly important in the F-104 where external loads affect greatly the dynamic behaviour of the model.
SOUND SET A custom sound set has been developed from scratch, using live recording to give you a full immersion into the Zipper environment. If you are a Zipper fan,you will enjoy staying outside and 'playing' with the throttle, listening to it's unique voice.
USER BENEFITS The model comes with complete docs including:
Three pilot checklists (normal, emergency,weapon procedures)
Zipper hints (a doc that help the pilot to use it effectively)
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