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Ultimate Heinkel P.1076

Justo Miranda

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Please see attached some stuff from
- "Die Deutsche Luftrüstung 1933-45 (Band 2) by Heinz J. Nowarra
Bernard & Graefe edit.


And one speculative drawings by myself
Wingspan 11 m. , Lenght 9.64 m. , Engine Daimler Benz DB 603
Max speed 855 Km/h
SOURCE GRADING 3
 

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it looks more like a Reno racer, than a wartime fighter........ ;D

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other reference :
http://www.luft46.com/heinkel/hep1076.html

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page n.28 of " Luftwaffe Secret Projects : "Fighters 1939 - 1945"
 

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it looks more like a Reno racer, than a wartime fighter........ Grin
Well, the designer was the same of magnificent He-100.. ;)
 

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airman said:
other reference :
http://www.luft46.com/heinkel/hep1076.html

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page n.28 of " Luftwaffe Secret Projects : "Fighters 1939 - 1945"

Here this page
 

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Hi! Looks like P-51.
http://blog.livedoor.jp/wing_one_k/archives/2011-07.html
You can see a large picture here.
http://hobbycom.jp/my/734d530ee8/photo/products/24775

http://forum.warthunder.com/index.php?/topic/171346-he-p1076-forward-swept-wing-fighter/

http://www.luft46.com/heinkel/hep1076.html
P.1076 used a surface evaporation cooling system on the engine cowling and the entire fuselage rear section.(See bottom picture.)
Wing is free from skin cooler and more safe in air combat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEyrFMpuadk
http://www.w2war.com/read.php?tid=243924
 

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I see two positions for engine ram airintake in some pictures.
One is located at the wing root leading edge same as He100.
Another one is located at engine side fuselage same as Me109.
Which is the correct position?
This model maker forgot to set it. ;D
Base of this model is LINDBERG 1/72 Heinkel He100. Also LINDBERG forgot to set ram air intake at the wing root leading edge.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3VPzpWOfoM

http://alternathistory.com/gonka-za-prizrakom-skorosti-ne-pobezhish-otstanesh?mini=calendar%252F2015-03
 

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