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Golden Age 1928/38   Mitsubishi ki-2 (click on picture for larger resolution)
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Mitsubishi ki-2  new version
CFS2 / FS2004/ FS2002
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- 4texture sets
-detailed virtual cockpit with animations
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2D panel with gauges
- Multiresolution
- Shock absorber movement
-Wheel rotation
- Nite lights panel
-specular reflectivity (dinamic shine)
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 SIMULATED GUNFIRE
 SIMULATED engine smoke
Army Type 93 Twin engined light bomber. This was basically the Japanese versoin of the Junkers K-37.

 

 

 


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The light bomber design Ki 2 was started in Sept. 1932.

 

 
 

 

 

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It was much smaller than the Ki 1 and was strongly focused on the original K37. While the fuselage was mainly redesigned by Mitsubishi, the wings of the K37 were kept unchanged except of the additional ailerons.

 

 
 

 

 

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In May 1933 the Ki 2 flew first. A total of 113 aircraft plus additional 13 aircraft built at Kawasaki of this initial Ki 2-1 aircraft were built until 1936.
 

 
 

 

 

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A further improved version Ki 2-2 with retractable undercarriage, Mitsubishi engines, enlarged canopies was introduced in 1936 of which 61 aircraft were built.
 

 
 

 

 

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The Allied codename for the Ki2 was Louise.

 

 
 
 

 

 

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Technical details MITSUBISHI KI-3 TYPE 9

Three or four man crew

Maximum speed 260 km/hr

Service ceiling of 7000m

Enclosed nose turret for the lower gun position (specified but denied in the final spec)

Open nose gun position

Open air cockpit

450hp Jupiter engines

 
 
 

 

 

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