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F1R4N10  Firebird

 
     
  The story which didn't happen ... outside Atlantic Air Combat  
     
  See also : AAC Data Sheet
 
Illustrations :
 
 
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INTRODUCTION

The FR1 Fireball was a mixed propulsion fighter developped during the second world war.  It first flew in June 1944 and production soon followed with first deliveries in march 1945.  A single squadron operated the type briefly, tasked to qualify the Fireball as quickly as possible, but with war coming to an end, so did the production of the Fireball.  Operation and tests continued, essentially from small CVE escort carriers and the FR-1 was withdrawn from service in March 1947

Country

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QTY

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Name

1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967
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9

4

4

5

8

11

1948 1949                        
VF-66 USN FF 66 FR-1 Fireball 1945 1947                        
        (1) XFR-2 #?????                            
        (1) XFR-4 #39665                            
        (1) X2FR-1 #39661                            
cancelled USN FF 2 XF2R-1 Dark Shark / /                        
Fake USN FF 32 F1R4N Firebird 1947 1947                        
Chile Navy FF (32) F1R4N Firebird 1957 >  

Three airframes were modified : #????? saw its piston engine replaced by a slightly more powerful iteration of the same model (XFR-2),  #39665 saw its J31 jet engine replaced by a J34 (XFR-4) and #39661 saw its front engine repaced by a 1760 hp XT31-GE-2 turboprop (XF2R).

 FR Variants FR-1 XFR-2 XFR-3 XFR-4 XF2R
 Production 66 (1) 0 (1) (1)
 Length/Span/Height 32'04" / 40'00" / 13'11" 32'04" / 40'00" / 13'11" 32'04" / 40'00" / 13'11" 32'04" / 40'00" / 13'11" 36'00" / 42'00" / 14'00"
 Wing area 275 ft 275 ft 275 ft 275 ft 305 ft
 Weight: empty/loaded 7689 lb / 11652 lb 7689 lb / 11652 lb 7689 lb / 11652 lb 7689 lb / 11652 lb _ lb / _ lb
 Fuel : USgal 180 + 2100 180 + 2100 180 + 2100 180 + 2100 180 + 2100
 Engines #1 R1820-72W: 1350hp R1820-74W: 1425hp R1820-74W: 1425hp R1820-74W: 1425hp T31GE2: 1760hp
 Engines #2 J31GE3: 1600 lbf J31GE3: 1600 lbf J39GE3: 2000 lbf J34W22: 3400 lbf J31GE3: 1600 lbf
 Speed: cruise / max 133 kn / 350 kn 133 kn / 350 kn 133 kn / 420 kn 133 kn / 437 kn 133 kn / 432 kn
 Range 895 nmi / 1620 nmi 895 nmi / 1620 nmi 895 nmi / 1620 nmi 895 nmi / 1620 nmi -
 Ceiling 43100 ft 43100 ft 43100 ft 43100 ft 39100 ft
 Armament 4.50cal AN/M2/300rpg 4.50cal AN/M2/300rpg 4.50cal AN/M2/300rpg 4.50cal AN/M2/300rpg 4.50cal AN/M2/300rpg
 Wing pylons : inner / outer 21000 lb / 4140 lb 21000 lb / 4140 lb 21000 lb / 4140 lb 21000 lb / 4140 lb 21000 lb / 4140 lb

THE F1R4N10 Firebird in Atlantic Air Combat

With the war coming to an end in the Summer of 1945, so did the production of many warplanes, including the Ryan Fireball.  The initial 1943 order for 100 aircrafts had been brough to 700 in January 1945 and another contract for 1000 aircrafts had been signed the same month but all these additional airframes were cancelled by end of the year.

The initial contract however continued to be executed, even if at a much slower pace.  Test of a J34 powered "XFR-4" proved interresting, and since that axial engine seemed more promising than the J31 initially installed, the Navy asked for the last 32 aircrafts to be delivered with that particular setup, a R1820-74W upfront, and a J34W22 in the tail, but with the original wing root intake rather than the experimental flush type in order not to disrupt the assembly line.  An AN/APS19 radar was also to be installed on the starboard leading edge, in an arrangement similar to the one adopted for the F4U-5N.  Finally, the four rocket rails would give way to six Aero 14B launchers, either handling 5" HVAR rockets or 100 lb or 250lb bombs.

But Ryan had by then switched to peace time production rates, with a mere two airframes delivered per month.  When the production of the more powerful FR-4N started, the Fireball was actually being phased out.  A few airframes did make it to the deck of USS Wake (CVE-65) for carrier qualification purposes but otherwise all airframes were flown straight from the manufacturer to Davis Monthan AFB where they were mothballed instantly.

  Type Serial IN Fate OUT   Type Serial IN Fate OUT   Type Serial IN Fate OUT >Chile

1957

1 F1R1A 39647 1945 Wfu 1947 35 F1R1A 39681 1946 Crash 1947 1 F1R4N 39715 1947 stored 1947 1957 501
2 F1R1A 39648 1945 Wfu 1947 36 F1R1A 39682 1946 Wfu 1947 2 F1R4N 39716 1947 stored 1947 1957 502
3 F1R1A 39649 1945 Wfu 1947 37 F1R1A 39683 1946 Wfu 1947 3 F1R4N 39717 1947 stored 1947 1957 503
4 F1R1A 39650 1945 NACA   38 F1R1A 39684 1946 Crash 1947 4 F1R4N 39718 1947 stored 1947 1957 504
5 F1R1A 39651 1945 Wfu 1947 39 F1R1A 39685 1946 Wfu 1947 5 F1R4N 39719 1947 stored 1947 1957 505
6 F1R1A 39652 1945 Wfu 1947 40 F1R1A 39686 1946 Crash 1945 6 F1R4N 39720 1947 stored 1947 1957 506
7 F1R1A 39653 1945 Wfu 1947 41 F1R1A 39687 1946 Wfu 1947 7 F1R4N 39721 1947 stored 1947 1957 507
8 F1R1A 39654 1945 Wfu 1947 42 F1R1A 39688 1946 Wfu 1947 8 F1R4N 39722 1947 stored 1947 1957 508
9 F1R1A 39655 1945 Wfu 1947 43 F1R1A 39689 1946 Wfu 1947 9 F1R4N 39723 1947 stored 1947 1957 509
10 F1R1A 39656 1945 NACA   44 F1R1A 39690 1946 Wfu 1947 10 F1R4N 39724 1947 stored 1947 1957 510
11 F1R1A 39657 1945 NACA   45 F1R1A 39691 1946 Wfu 1947 11 F1R4N 39725 1947 stored 1947 1957 511
12 F1R1A 39658 1945 Wfu 1947 46 F1R1A 39692 1946 Crash 1945 12 F1R4N 39726 1947 stored 1947 1957 512
13 F1R1A 39659 1945 NACA   47 F1R1A 39693 1946 Wfu 1947 13 F1R4N 39727 1947 stored 1947 1957 513
14 F1R1A 39660 1945 NACA   48 F1R1A 39694 1946 Wfu 1947 14 F1R4N 39728 1947 stored 1947 1957 514
15 F1R1A 39661 1945 XF2R1   49 F1R1A 39695 1946 Crash 1945 15 F1R4N 39729 1947 stored 1947 1957 515
16 F1R1A 39662 1945 Wfu 1947 50 F1R1A 39696 1946 Crash 1946 16 F1R4N 39730 1947 stored 1947 1957 516
17 F1R1A 39663 1945 Crash 1945 51 F1R1A 39697 1946 Wfu 1947 17 F1R4N 39731 1947 stored 1947 1957 601
18 F1R1A 39664 1945 Wfu 1947 52 F1R1A 39698 1946 Wfu 1947 18 F1R4N 39732 1947 stored 1947 1957 602
19 F1R1A 39665 1945 XFR4   53 F1R1A 39699 1946 Crash 1946 19 F1R4N 39733 1947 stored 1947 1957 603
20 F1R1A 39666 1945 Wfu 1947 54 F1R1A 39700 1946 Wfu 1947 20 F1R4N 39734 1947 stored 1947 1957 604
21 F1R1A 39667 1945 Wfu 1947 55 F1R1A 39701 1946 Wfu 1947 21 F1R4N 39735 1947 stored 1947 1957 605
22 F1R1A 39668 1945 Wfu 1947 56 F1R1A 39702 1946 Wfu 1947 22 F1R4N 39736 1947 stored 1947 1957 606
23 F1R1A 39669 1945 Crash 1945 57 F1R1A 39703 1946 Wfu 1947 23 F1R4N 39737 1947 stored 1947 1957 607
24 F1R1A 39670 1945 Wfu 1947 58 F1R1A 39704 1946 Wfu 1947 24 F1R4N 39738 1947 stored 1947 1957 608
25 F1R1A 39671 1945 Wfu 1947 59 F1R1A 39705 1947 Wfu 1947 25 F1R4N 39739 1947 stored 1947 1957 609
26 F1R1A 39672 1945 Wfu 1947 60 F1R1A 39706 1947 Wfu 1947 26 F1R4N 39740 1947 stored 1947 1957 610
27 F1R1A 39673 1945 Wfu 1947 61 F1R1A 39707 1947 Wfu 1947 27 F1R4N 39741 1947 stored 1947 1957 611
28 F1R1A 39674 1945 Wfu 1947 62 F1R1A 39708 1947 Wfu 1947 28 F1R4N 39742 1947 stored 1947 1957 612
29 F1R1A 39675 1945 Wfu 1947 63 F1R1A 39709 1947 Wfu 1947 29 F1R4N 39743 1947 stored 1947 1957 613
30 F1R1A 39676 1945 Wfu 1947 64 F1R1A 39710 1947 Wfu 1947 30 F1R4N 39744 1947 stored 1947 1957 614
31 F1R1A 39677 1945 Crash 1946 65 F1R1A 39711 1947 Wfu 1947 31 F1R4N 39745 1947 stored 1947 1957 615
32 F1R1A 39678 1945 Crash 1945 66 F1R1A 39712 1947 Wfu 1947 32 F1R4N 39746 1947 stored 1947 1957 616
33 F1R1A 39679 1945 Wfu 1947 67 XF2R1 39713 1947 test 1948                
34 F1R1A 39680 1945 Wfu 1947 68 XF2R1 39714 1947 test 1948                
            66           32           32

So when in 1954, Chile acquired one of the remaining Colossus/Majestic carriers, the aircraft type(s) to be associated with her was far from being resolved.   Ideally speaking, Sea Hawks would have been the best option as the type was tailored for these ships.  But it soon became apparent no airframes were available.  Both British and German production lines were closed and the Royal Navy kept its remaining airframes for their reserve squadrons.  Chile was also informed that their neighbours (and potential foe...) had encountered difficulties with their catapult making heavier US made aircrafts difficult if not impossible to operate from its deck hence Argentina acquiring F4U5N Corsair and Brazil F8F2N Bearcat

Both Brazil and Argentina finally tackled this issue, but at the time it lead Chile to be cautious and so piston engined aircrafts seemed the only outcome.  Sea Furies and Wyverns were no more available than Sea Hawks, meaning that Britain as a source for carrier borne aircrafts was closed, at least temporarily.  Chile turned toward the US as they had manufactured aircrafts by the thousands for war purposes, and with the Koreal well over it was assumed many were now in storage.

THE AIRCRAFT CHOICE

Theoretically, Chile wished to acquire 24 aircrafts, preferably radar equipped.  Then, by the mid-fifties, contrary to what the Chilean government believed, there weren't that many left and none of the airframes in storage were airworthy.  The US government, keen to restore a balance of power in South America was willing to assist but had thus less to offer than expected.  There were not enough Hellcats left to seriously consider the type and with few Fearbats left, it seemed a mix of F4U5N and A1U1A Corsairs was to be the outsome.  And airframes had to be carefully selected and completely overhauled.

As the Chilean party was trotting around in the desert with their American collegues, trying to identify which of the remaining Corsairs were in the best conditions, they noticed a row of mothballed airframes.  Obviously these were propeller driven aircrafts, even if the propellers were missing but they had a nose wheel.  The silouhette didn't belong to a P-39/P-63 so what were they ?  F1R1A Fireballs and F2R4N Firebirds....

The type had never been mentioned in any of the preliminary talks between Chilean and US officials, but it was not as if the type was forbidden for export - it just had been overlooked.  So curiosity became attention, even more so when realizing that the Firebirds were factory new airframes with almost zero flight time.

F1R4N OVERHAUL AND MODIFICATIONS

Chile lost no time in deciding that that's what they wanted, and since the whole F1R4N production was stored in the desert, all 32 airframes were acquired, together with a dozen F1R1A to be crated and shipped home as a source of future spares parts as apart for the engines these were the same aircraft.

The F1R4N however all missed their guns and most their front R1820-74W engines.  But otherwise, all airframes actually were in pristine conditions.

Engines Changes and Upgrades

The J34 engines had sustained the storage well.  They were removed from the airframes, sent to the manufacturer for verification and upgrade to J34W46 standards, before being sent back to Davis Monthan for re-assembly.  Spare engines were crated and shipped directly to Valparaiso.

The same applied to the AN/APS19 radar sets.  Contrary to the F4F5 anf F8F2 of which very few ever had a radar, all F1R4N were so equipped, and with still plenty of spares available all sets were verified and reassembled as good as new in a few months.

The missing piston engines was a more serious matter as few R1820-74W had been manufactured, being exclusive to the Firebird.  However, the R1820 being widely used on many different aircrafts, finding a replacement was supposedly easy .  Instead, Wright suggested to install brand new 1820-82A engines.   This last iteration of the radial engine was still in production and as it offered an output similar to the 74W without the complexity of the water injection, it was swiftly adopted.  Records at Davis Monthan showed that the missing propellers had merely been stored apart together with a pile of spares, and these were soon recovered with a sigh of relief.

Missing Guns

The piston engines had been removed or canibalized on the assumption the Fireballs/Firebirds would never fly again, and the same had applied to the guns during the Korean War.  But as the removal had been non-destructive, the airframes just needed new guns to be installed.

With more factory new AN/M3 stockpiled than it's previous iteration, the refurbished Firebirds were re-equipped with these faster firing guns.  The unmodified ammunition boxes meant a reduction of firing time from 24 to 15 seconds, but this was somehow compensated by a higher combined firing rate of 4800 rpm - an improvement over the original 3000 rpm delivered by the original AN/M2.  20mm cannons would have been more in line with the standards of the day but the Chilean would have to make do with .50cal machine guns.

Weapons Carrying & Other Improvements

The F1R4N could thus carry a pair of 1000 lbs bombs (or 100 USgal fuel tanks) under the wings and 6 HVAR rockets or 250lb bombs under the outer wing panels.   The airframes overhaul was an opportunity not to be missed to improve the external weapons carrying capacity, even if by a margin.

Main Wing Pylons
150 USgallons fuel tanks were adopted on the wing pylons to further improve the already impressive range of the Firebird.   The pylons were adapted to receive multiple racks in order to increase the number of bombs carried (2500lb in tandem or 4250lb instead of 2 each) and wired to carry a photo-reconnaissance pod.  A training pod could also be carried, each containing either 2100lb or 625lb bombs and 470mm rockets

Outer Wing Pylons
The Aero 14B launchers under the outer wing panels was already a marked improvement on the Aero 9Mod3 found on the original F1R1A, but they were brought up to 14C standards when wired and adapted to also handle rail launched WG27B heavy air-to-surface rockets or AIM-9B air-to-air or AGM-87C air-to-surface missiles.  This modification was simple to the point of being trivial, but in effect it changed the aircraft capacity dramatically.  The sturdy wing construction also allowed somewhat heavier rocket launchers to be installed under each of these outer wing position.  The small LAU-32A was chosen, each containing 670mm rockets.

Finally, the aircrafts were equipped with ejections seats, or "pilot extractors" to be more accurate, a system similar to the one in use with the US Navy aboard their surviving piston engined type..

Armament - General
The original F1R4 was already better armed than the first production batch, even if its gun complement did not seem to gather the lessons learned during WWII.  The upgrade implemented for its second life further improved its capabilities, especially as new weapons were acquired, either modern FFAR dispensers or WWII remnants like the Swiss WG27B rocket.  As far as bombs were concerned, the Firebird essentially used WWII vintage AN/M type bombs although a single 750 lb M117 and later a single 1,000 lb Mk83 bomb could also be carried under each wing pylon.

In the end, without trying to re-invent the wheel but merely fine tuning an already capable airframe, the Chilean Navy adopted a no-nonsense naval fighter.   Not an interceptor by the standards of the day, but still a 440 knots fast, radar equipped, AIM-9B armed fighter.  In the context of the sub-continent it was felt more than enough to show the flag.  It so happened that a small number of rebuilt British jet fighters would eventually supplement the Pacifico carrier air group a few years later, but they weren't that faster nor any more capable and so the Chilean Armada cherished their one-of-a-kind mixed powered aircrafts.

 Examples 2Wings
Pylons
Bombs Rockets Recce Fuel 6Outer
Wings
Bombs Rockets Missiles Bombs HVAR FFAR
 Training-1  SUU2070A (6    25lb)  (42.75") - - - - - - 12  25 lb - 82.75"
 Training-2  SUU2070B (2  100lb)  (42.75") - - HVAR - 65"   4100 lb 65" 82.75"
 Intercept
 Superiority
->
->
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2150 US
2150 US
(up to 6)
(up to 6)
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 2AIM-9B  
 4AIM-9B  
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-
 Bomber  QER1
 PT1A
->
(4  250lb) 
(2  500lb) 
(11000lb) 
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->
->
->
6250 lb
6250 lb
6250 lb
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14250 lb
10mixed
8mixed
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 Attack  LAU56A
WG27B
->
-
-
-
(322.75")
111"
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2150 US
LAU32A
WG27B
AGM87
  (62.75")
611"

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 6AGM87  

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811"-
1002.75"
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 Armed Recon -> - - 1RPVN 1150 US ->   45"  2AIM-9B   - 45" -

 

Summary of the proposals examined by the Chilean Navy

 
F4U-5(N)
A1U-1A
F8F-2(N)
F1R-1A
F1R-4N
F1R4N10
Production 2058 111 770 66 32 32
Length/Span/Height 33'08"/41'00"/14'09" 34'06"/40'11"/14'09" 28'03"/35'10"/13'09" 32'04"/40'00"/13'11" 32'04"/40'00"/13'11" 32'04"/40'00"/13'11"
Span - Folded 17'0" 17'0" 23'10" 18'00" 18'00" 18'00"
Wing area 314 ft 314 ft 244 ft 275 ft 275 ft 275 ft
Weight: empty 9890 lb 9840 lb 7650 lb 7690 lb 7805 lb 7705 lb
Weight: MTOW 14540 lb 19400 lb 13460 lb 12000 lb 13000 lb 13000 lb
Radar AN/APS19 / AN/APS19 / AN/APS19 AN/APS19
Fuel USgal 234 234 185 180 180 180
Fuel USgal Extra 2150 2150 1150+2100 2100 2100 2150
Engines/1 R2800-81W R2800-83WA R-2800-34W R-1820-72W R-1820-74W R-1820-82A
Power / Power Extra 2450 hp / 2850 hp 2300 hp 2300 hp / 2800 hp 1200 hp / 1350 hp 1350 hp / 1425 hp 1525 hp
Propeller     12'07" 10'00" 10'00" 10'00"
Engines/2       J31GE3: 1600 lbf J34W22: 3400 lbf J34W46: 3400 lbf
Speed: cruise / max 190 kn/408 kn 190 kn/338 kn 270 kn/388 kn 133 kn / 350 kn 133 kn / 437 kn 135 kn / 440 kn
Speed: stall 77 kn 77 kn 73 kn 75 kn 75 kn 75 kn
Range : internal fuel 234 USgal 300 nmi 234 USgal 300 nmi 185 USgal 1055 nmi 180 USgal   895 nmi 180 USgal   895 nmi 180 USgal   895 nmi
Range : 1 extra / / / / 335 USgal 1340 nmi / / / / / /
Range : 2 extra 536 USgal 1300 nmi 536 USgal 1300 nmi 385 USgal 1460 nmi 380 USgal 1620 nmi 380 USgal 1620 nmi 480 USgal 1970 nmi
Range : 3 exra / / / / 535 USgal 1595 nmi / / / / / /
Take Off Run 650 ft 650 ft 300 ft 400 ft 300 ft 300 ft
Landing Run 1000 ft 1000 ft 800 ft 900 ft 900 ft 900 ft
Climb rate 4360 ft/min 4360 ft/min 6000 ft/min 4800 ft/min 5800 ft/min 5800 ft/min
Ceiling 41500 ft 28500 ft 40400 ft 43100 ft 45000 ft 45000 ft
Armament 4M2 - 20mm 4M2 - 20mm 4M2 - 20mm 4AN/M2 - 12.7mm 4AN/M2 - 12.7mm 4AN/M3 - 12.7mm
Ammunition 225 rpg 225 rpg 200 rpg 300 rpg 300 rpg 300 rpg
Weights Breakdown F4U-5(N) A1U-1 F8F-2(N) F1R-1 F1R-4N F1R-4M

Aircraft:Empty
Crew = 1
Fuel Internal
Ammunitions
Pylon/Center

Fuel (USgal)
bomb M66
bomb M65
bomb M117
bomb M64
bomb M57
bomb M30

Pylon/Wings

Fuel (USgal)
bomb M65
bomb M117
bomb M64
bomb M57
bomb M30

Pylon/Outer

  5" Hvar
11" Hvar
bomb M57
bomb M30

 AG87/ AIM9
LAU-32A

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2000 lb
1000 lb
750 lb
500 lb
250 lb
100 lb

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1000 lb
750 lb
500 lb
250 lb
100 lb
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140 lb

245 lb
250 lb
100 lb
155 lb
250 lb

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361 USgal
0.573@
-
  1175
  1M66
  1M65
  1M117
  1M64
  1M57
  1M30
-
  2150
  2M65
  2M117
  2M64
  2M57
  2M30
-
  8Hvar
  /
  /
  /
  /
  /

9200 lb
200 lb
2285 lb
515 lb
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1220 lb
2000 lb
1000 lb
750 lb
500 lb
250 lb
100 lb
-
2120 lb
2000 lb
1500 lb
1000 lb
500 lb
200 lb
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1120 lb
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361 USgal
0.573@
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  1175
  1M66
  1M65
  1M117
  1M64
  1M57
  1M30
-
  2150
  2M65
  2M117
  2M64
  2M57
  2M30
-
10Hvar
  /
  6M57
10M30
  /
  /

9840 lb
200 lb
2285 lb
515 lb
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1220 lb
2000 lb
1000 lb
750 lb
500 lb
250 lb
100 lb
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2120 lb
2000 lb
1500 lb
1000 lb
500 lb
200 lb
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1400 lb
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1500 lb
1000 lb
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185 USgal
0.573@
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  1150
  1M66
  1M65
  1M117
  1M64
  1M57
  1M30
-
  2100
  2M65
  2M117
  2M64
  2M57
  2M30
-
  4Hvar
  /
  /
  /
  /
  /

7470 lb
200 lb
1170 lb
460 lb
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1060 lb
2000 lb
1000 lb
750 lb
500 lb
250 lb
100 lb
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1450 lb
2000 lb
1500 lb
1000 lb
500 lb
200 lb
-
560 lb
/
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/

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180 USgal
0.254@
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  /
  /
  /
  /
  /
  /
  /
-
  2100
  2M65
  2M117
  2M64
  2M57
  2M30
-
  4Hvar
  /
  /
  /
  /
  /

7690 lb
200 lb
1140 lb
305 lb
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/
/
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1450 lb
2000 lb
1500 lb
1000 lb
500 lb
200 lb
-
560 lb
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/
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/

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-
180 USgal
0.254@
-
  /
  /
  /
  /
  /
  /
  /
-
  2100
  2M65
  2M117
  2M64
  2M57
  2M30
-
  6Hvar
  /
  6M57
  6M30
  /
  /

7805 lb
200 lb
1140 lb
305 lb
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1450 lb
2000 lb
1500 lb
1000 lb
500 lb
200 lb
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560 lb
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1500 lb
600 lb
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180 USgal
0.254@
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  /
  /
  /
  /
  /
  /
  /
-
  2150
  2M65
  2M117
  4M64
  8M57
  8M30
-
  6Hvar
  6WG27
  6M57
  6M30
  6AG87
  6LAU32

7705 lb
200 lb
1140 lb
305 lb
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/
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2120 lb
2000 lb
1500 lb
2000 lb
2000 lb
800 lb
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840 lb
1470 lb
1500 lb
600 lb
930 lb
1500 lb
Fictional Total   17440 lb MTOW 18460 lb MTOW 13860 lb MTOW 11895 lb MTOW 12950 lb MTOW 12970 lb
MTOW MTOW 14200 lb MTOW 19400 lb MTOW 13640 lb MTOW 12000 lb MTOW 13000 lb MTOW 13000 lb
 
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