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Japanese T-1 trainer project

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Great find my dear Blackkite.
 

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very interesting subject Blackkite san! It proof again and again that the Japanese are not a people of copiest!
Takeo Doi was one of Japan best talented designers he has creating a lot of beuitiful aircraft of ww2 such as the Kawasaki ki-61 ,ki-100
I dint know he designed after the warjet aicraft,the only project that i know was a passanger aicraft with turboprop engines.
respect to all japanese aircraft engineers ( from the past to todays engineers)
 

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Excellent my dear Blackkite.
 

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Thanks for sharing blackkite.
Are dimensions or power plants for the T1K1 and T1S1 known?

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Hi! Bristol Orpheus. I will go to ski. ;)
 

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Hi!
T1K1, T1S1((No.2 and No.5 picture) and T1F1 specification.
Attached picture is modified T-1 plan for F-104 fighter NASAL rader.
 

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Fantastic work blackkite, man yTHANKS.... :-*
 

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Many thanks my friends for your attention.
The wing tips of Fuji T1F1 were twisted and lowered in order to prevent stall.
The wing of Kawanishi T1S1 was a straight wing because of the improvement in stability at low speed.
Moreover, in order to prevent stall at landing, the wing leading edge was also equipped with the flap.
All fuel tanks were installed in the wing.
Kawasaki T1K1 was based on T-33 under licensed production in Kawasaki, the weight saving and the miniaturized design were adopted for T1K1, and there was an advantage which can utilize the production equipment of T-33 as it was.
 

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From Aviation magazine 1956,

a more Info about T1K1 & T1S1.
 

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