Mitsubishi Ki-1


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Mitsubishi Ki-1

Showing strong signs of Junkers influence, the Mitsubishi Ki-1-l heavy bomber flew for the first time in 1933. An angular cantilever low-wing monoplane with a crew of four, it had fixed landing gear, a tail unit incorporating twin fins and rudders, and was powered by two 701kW Ha-2-2 radial engines, giving a maximum speed of 220km/h. Pilot and co-pilot were seated in tandem under an enclosed canopy, while there were semi-enclosed nose and dorsal turrets and a retractable ventral 'dustbin', each armed with a single 7.7mm machine-gun; offensive load was up to 1500kg of bombs. The Ki-1-II development had 723kW Ha-2-3 engines and air-frame improvements which increased maximum speed to 230km/h. The two versions went into service as the Army Type 93-1 and Army Type 93-2 respectively, and saw limited use in the fighting against China. Total production of both versions was 118. Wing span was 26.50m, and the maximum take-off weight of the Ki-1-l 8100kg.

 ENGINE2 x Ha-2-2, 701kW
  Take-off weight8100 kg17858 lb
  Wingspan26.5 m87 ft 11 in
  Max. speed220 km/h137 mph
 ARMAMENT3 x 7.7mm machine-guns,

lxbfYeaa, e-mail, 14.03.2024 06:23



Billy R Leon, e-mail, 18.02.2021 20:39

Do we know what the operational range of this aircraft was?


matt loncrav, e-mail, 29.09.2010 05:41

this is one of the most obscure bombers i have researched
is there a kit or scale drawings of this bomber?


malamuk, e-mail, 01.04.2010 06:23

haha.mcm pale pelir..kahkah


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