Mitsubishi Ki-30 Ann 3 side view. It's hard to find this drawing in the net.
i hope you have more about this also on next book of japanese aircraft projects !!
I know the Ki series from J-aircraft site,but the little known
is the engines and the number of seat to each project.
The Ki-112 was twin engined four seat heavy escort fighter project developed from Ki-67 bomber.
hesham said:About the Mitsubishi A8M1 Rikufu for 20-Shi,it was a really project
to Japanese navy,
HA44 was NK11A. Different from Mitsubishi MK9A(HA-43).Could be Nakajima HA 44-21 18 cylinders of air-cooled radial (2200 horsepower) a licenced version by Nakajima of Mk9A ? Kawanishi Shi-20 reminds me the Kawanishi N1K-5J .
What a detailed informations!! I can't follow.For Mitsubishi Ki-118 "
"In the early summer of 1945, the proposal to develop a single-seater single-engine interceptor fighter
Koka Honbu's close range has been directed
also to Mitsubishi. A new plane,
marked Ki-118 ShisakuKinkyori Santoki (Experimental Fighter Plane Short Range Ki-l18), was supposed to be driven
Mitsubishi Ha-43 engine (Ha-211), but
it is not known in which version. This project
was supposed to be an alternative to the Nakajima Ki-117 fighter and also be a solution
temporary, pending entry into service
specialized height planers Ki-87 and / or Ki-94.
Urgency related to the then military situation of Japan and limited
the possibilities of a design office iirma
Mitsubishi did not allow the development of a completely new project. No
it is therefore possible that Ki-118 would be based on the construction of the A7M2 Reppu fighter.
ub A7M3-J Rappa Kai, developed for
Naval Aviation. These planes were also supposed to be driven by different ones
versions of the Ha-43 engine (in A7M3-J with turbocharger) and could be a good point
exit to design the Ki-118. End
war interrupted the preliminary project Ki-118. There are no known tactical and technical data for it."
Mitsubishi Ki-118 seems be a variant of Reppu for Army . "