MoTIS TROPIS Copyright (C) 2002-2004 by MoTIS INDUSTRIES. All rights reserved.

The RAMLINERS were designed and built in order to saftly get the worlds nations off the planet into space. The RAMLINERS are all experimental test aircraft at this time and are designed to Transport greater passenger and payloads into space at a cheaper and more efficient pace and cost to tax payers who would in fact bear the financial load of such a drastic feat! The aircraft is really designed as a super econo- ram/rocket hybrid aircraft that is born out of numerous tested and certified aerodynamics programs. The MST-2KX-RL TROPIS is the sole design accomplishment of O WATSON and J GUESS, pioneer neo concept aircraft developers and designers and the aircraft has been designed in three variants. The TROPIS-T 1ZR, the T 1MT, and the T 2MPLS( Multi-Plat formed Launch System). The T2MPLS is also a member of the MoTIS JDAM (Joint Doral Aircraft Mounted) program and is the only variant of the RAMLINER series to have an extended military mission.

All RAMLINER aircraft will be accompanied up to a transitional altitude of 85, 000ft by a super top secret aircraft flying now for the past 2 years at MoTIS called the MoTIS MSF-SAD 1 IMPULSE at a 2D design preview can be seen at the MoTIS 2D HANGAR. The Most important aspect of this aircraft is that it is the first full contained rocket plane space systems on the planet that will allow for a full launch from the MoTIS OSIRUS BLAST ZONE space port and into a sub-orbital or low level LEO and transport up to 30 passengers and payload. This aircraft is rumored to have a Virtual lab test value  over Mach 3.1in standard cruise configuration and is undergoing standard Virtual wind tunnel test in the MoTIS virtual Laboratories Flash data kit!

The original RAMLINER series was conceived in March of 1998 and placed into the 2D design drawing mode that same year. The MoTIS IMPULSE co-transport aircraft was added to the space convoy system (i.e. Not the MoTIS CONVOY Long Range shuttle), and this aircraft has become a standard security measure on all RAMLINER flights to the original mission of the IMPULSE, which was in fact designed as an enemy missile busting system.

The RAMLINER SYSTEMS are an MoTIS/RONEX collaboration in the designing components for the aircraft and the RAMLINERS are a controlled group of 5 aircraft including the MST 2KX RL TROPIS. The Second RAMLINER to preview soon will be called the MST 3KX MT VARONA..

The VARONA is bigger and faster then the TROPIS but in fact looks quit diffrent.

More to come soon


Important note: Don't be fooled! If you see them any where else then they got the idea from us and they are in direct copy right or patent violation of our intellectual property.

Note: All of these concept aircraft are from the design staff of the MoTIS CAD engineering board and our CEO. We do not copy others work or design real world concept aircraft at all. Each of our aircraft are from our heads and are the sole intellectual property of MoTIS and we can prove it. We take great pride in all of our true concept designs and do not create real world aircraft, model aircraft variants or concepts, or other designers concept work at all ,but stand by our mission statement in truly creating "OUR OWN DESIGNS"

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