Fuji T-1 Hatsutaka


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Fuji T-1 Hatsutaka

First flown in 1958, the T1A is an intermediate trainer powered by a 1820kg Bristol Siddeley Orpheus 805 turbojet engine. Forty were built for the JASDF, delivery ending in May 1963. The T1B version was first flown in 1960. Twenty-two were built for the JASDF, each powered by an Ishikawajima-Harima J3-IHI-3 turbojet engine.

Fuji T-1 Hatsutaka

 ENGINE1 x BS "Orpheus 80506", 17.8kN
  Take-off weight5000 kg11023 lb
  Empty weight2420 kg5335 lb
  Wingspan10.5 m34 ft 5 in
  Length12.1 m40 ft 8 in
  Height4.1 m13 ft 5 in
  Wing area22.2 m2238.96 sq ft
  Max. speed925 km/h575 mph
  Cruise speed620 km/h385 mph
  Ceiling15900 m52150 ft
  Range w/max.fuel1300 km808 miles
 ARMAMENT1 x 12.7mm machine-guns, 2 cannons or 4 missiles or 2 bombs

Capitan-Rastrero, 16.09.2020 22:26

What sources did you use to find the armament?


blockhaj, e-mail, 11.11.2015 17:55

Are there any info on the cannons it had?


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