Tachikawa Ki-94-II

1945

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Tachikawa Ki-94-II

The Ki-94-ll pressurised single-seat fighter, with a 1790kW Nakajima Ha-44 radial engine, was completed in August 1945, but the end of the war prevented it being test flown.

Tachikawa Ki-94-II

Specification 
 MODELKi-94
 CREW1
 ENGINE1 x Nakajima Ha-44, 1835kW
 WEIGHTS
  Take-off weight6450 kg14220 lb
  Empty weight4690 kg10340 lb
 DIMENSIONS
  Wingspan14 m46 ft 11 in
  Length12 m39 ft 4 in
  Height4.65 m15 ft 3 in
  Wing area28 m2301.39 sq ft
 PERFORMANCE
  Max. speed712 km/h442 mph
  Cruise speed440 km/h273 mph
  Ceiling14680 m48150 ft
  Range2100 km1305 miles
 ARMAMENT2 x 30mm cannons, 2 x 20mm cannons, 500kg of bombs

3-View 
Tachikawa Ki-94-IIA three-view drawing (752 x 1042)

Comments
Cal, e-mail, 15.08.2017 13:15

Shame such a beauty never got to fly. Would've loved to se this and the Ki-94-I

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beifan, 20.06.2011 10:55

pay attention that when clicking on the picture of the Tachikawa Ki 94 I (the twin-boomed aircraft) one has the picture of the Ki 94 II on the screen.

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Pelzig, e-mail, 25.12.2008 01:18

The main reason for the vast difference was because the Koku Hombu thought the Ki-94-I was too radical and rejected it. So, Kawanishi revised it into the Ki-94-II, using a more conventional layout which was accepted and the order given to proceed with development.

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gottardi antonio, e-mail, 07.03.2008 18:41

pay attention that when clicking on the picture of the Tachikawa Ki 94 I (the twin-boomed aircraft) one has the picture of the Ki 94 II on the screen.

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Jason, 06.12.2007 21:44

Its interesting that there were two KI-94 projects and that they varied so much from each other in design.

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