Kerbal NRAP - Procedural Test Weights CKAN

Procedural test weights for launchers

License: CC-BY-SA

Game Version: 1.12.5

Source code: linuxgurugamer/NRAP

Downloads: 67,863

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Kerbal NRAP

Procedural and configurable test weight for testing your launchers! All the credit for the idea, original mod, and models/textures go to Kotysoft! Plugin and maintenance by stupid_chris

What is this exactly for?

The title speaks for itself. This simple MOD made for those KSP project managers (hereinafter referred to "players"), who builds lifter rockets (and save as subassembly) for different payloads to overcome that evil Kerbin gravity. Personally I playing carreer mode, and time-to-time, after some new research, I make lifters for 10-20-50-100t payloads, but already tired to stock up many Rockomax fuel tanks to get X tons of payload. Made it for myself, but shared to public.

How it works?

This part is functional just like an unmanned pod. So put this on your lifter in VAB, right click on it, and you can open a simple gui to change mass, diameter and height. Don't forget to apply changes before you close the UI. MonoPropellant and ElectricCharge can be adjustable in normal way. (by right clicking on part and move KSP original slider) By adding MonoPropellant, it raises mass 0.4t by 100 unit.

Carreer mode

If you playing career mode, you have to unlock this part in R&D facility in starter tech.


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