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jh [Rocket Engine]
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 ===== Propeller Propulsion ===== ===== Propeller Propulsion =====
  
-A [[propeller]] in the Aerofly FS 2 is usually connected to a [[rigidbody]] object. That ''​Body''​ is then rotated around a [[jointmulti]] by a drive shaft [[jointtorque|torque connection]]. So in short: the engine acts a torque upon the driveshaft which turns the propeller that then creates thrust based on its rotation speed, pitch and airfoil.+A [[propeller]] in the Aerofly FS 2 is usually connected to a [[rigidbody]] object. That ''​Body''​ is then rotated around a [[jointmulti]] by a drive shaft [[jointtorque|torque connection]]. So in short: the engine acts a torque upon the driveshaft which turns the propeller that then creates thrust based on its rotation speed, pitch and [[airfoil]].
  
 In the Aerofly FS 2 there are a couple of engines to choose from: In the Aerofly FS 2 there are a couple of engines to choose from:
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