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TCH-1 Chung Hsing

Development
Derived from the North American T-28 Trojan trainer, the first T-CH-1 prototype flew on 23 November 1973. A second prototype flew the following year. The T-CH-1 was a conventional, low-wing monoplane with tricycle undercarriage that accommodated the student and instructor in tandem.

50 aircrafts were produced for the Republic of China Air Force between 1976 and 1981.

Variants of the TCH-1 Chung Hsing
T-CH-1 : Two-seat basic trainer, light attack aircraft for the Republic of China Air Force.
A-CH-1 : Two-seat weapons training aircraft for the Republic of China Air Force.
R-CH-1 : Two-seat reconnaissance aircraft for the Republic of China Air Force.

Specifications
Crew 2
Length 33'08" 10.26.m
Wingspan 40'00" 12.19.m
Height 12'00" 3.66.m
Wing area 271.ft 25.18.m
Weight : empty 5750.lb 2608.kg
Weight  gross 7500.lb 3402.kg
Weight : MTO 11150.lb 5057.kg
Fuel capacity 212.gal 963.litres 254.USgal
Engine : Avco T53L701 1082.kw 1451.hp
Speed : @15000.ft max 320.kn 593.kmh 368.mph
Speed : @15000.ft cruise 170.kn 315.kmh 196.mph
Speed : stall 50.kn 93.kmh 58.mph
Speed : never exceed 370.kn 685.kmh 426.mph
Range 1085.nm 2010.km 1249.mi
Ceiling 32000.ft 9754.m
Climb 3400.ft/min 17.m/s
Armament 2 pylons for guns pods FFAR pods

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