A total of 5 VIT-2 were built.
| ENGINE||2 x M-105, 770kW|
| Take-off weight||6300 kg||13889 lb|
| Wingspan||16.0 m||53 ft 6 in|
| Wing area||40.4 m2||434.86 sq ft|
| Max. speed||513 km/h||319 mph|
| Ceiling||8200 m||26900 ft|
| Range w/max.fuel||1000 km||621 miles|
| ARMAMENT||4 x 37mm machine-guns, 2 x 20mm machine-guns, 2 machine-guns, 1000kg of bombs|
|Sgt.KAR98, 22.12.2007 05:15|
Indeed,looks like a very well armed plane.
|Dr. Nikholas M. Stage-PHD., e-mail, 12.11.2007 02:28|
This small bomber, if Stalin would have given his "go-ahead,
would have been a small but efficient light bomber.
Very close to the USAAC XB-25 and early USAAC B-26 prototypes,
in bomb load, speed, and range--the 1938-1941 time-frame.
Do you have any comments?
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