Mk2 Liquid Fuel Fuselage
|Mk2 Liquid Fuel Fuselage|
| Liquid fuel tank by |
C7 Aerospace Division
|Radial size||Mk2, Radial mounted|
|Max. Temp.||2500 K|
|Impact Tolerance||50 m/s|
|Research||High Altitude Flight|
The Mk2 Liquid Fuel Fuselage is a liquid fuel tank originally developed for the C7 Spaceplane pack, and has become a stock part since 0.15 and the introduction of the Spaceplane complex.
|“|| This airframe fuselage features the latest in lifting technology. Not only does it stay together during flight, it's sleek design makes your plane just that much speedier! Only carries Liquid Fuel.
— C7 Aerospace Division
Four Mk2 Liquid Fuel Fuselage of any length placed around a small radial size core form a rough cylinder and are one of the highest-volume ways to transport pure liquid fuel, for example for the LV-N rocket engine. Additionally, a pair of adjacent Mk2 parts rotated so that their flat faces are tangent make a smooth fuselage for larger aircraft.
- New model and texture
- Dry mass increased from 0.25 t to 0.3 t, liquid fuel increased from 150 units to 160 units, cost increased from 550 to 750.
- Can no longer fuel traditional rocket engines on its own, as they now require oxidiser. However, no changes were made to this part itself.
- Underwent rebalance
- Initial stock release