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  • First::happybday: Although a little late, but, as someone else said, better late than never!

    And something else: Why did you replace your fail shuttle?

    :WHYYYY WHYYYY THE FAIL SHUTTLE

    P.S.:WHYYYY

    Edit:if you ever see someone saying happy birthday 9 months too late, that's me!
    I've got the 'Box, but I don't bother with XBL because I only ever use it for AC6 nowadays. :rofl:
    I might end up with it when I get the new Halo game, though (yes I'm getting it >_>) so maybe then.
    Whats the time frame, when did you want to shoot? You just need me to fly and you film sort of thing? Let me know, I can help you.
    Hi. I saw your review of my Simple Tank Payload add-on over on Orbit Hangar and I just wanted to thank you for the rating. Also, I wanted to answer your question regarding feeding fuel from the tank to the shuttle engines. In short, the answer is no, because the way that the stock Atlantis and David413's Shuttle Fleet attachment systems work, there is no way to transfer fuel from an attached payload to the orbiter. Also, it wouldn't be realistic, since no such equipment exists on the real shuttle orbiter, anyway.

    However, one thing you can do is to release the tank payload from the payload bay and then maneuver the orbiter in and dock with it. From there, you can use something like the Fuel Managment MFD to transfer fuel. This isn't realistic, of course, but it's easy in Orbiter. Also, the tank's geometry means it will not be able to dock with the shutle without touching the crew cabin, but it wasn't built for this purpose anyway. Hope this answers your question.

    Andy44
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