92200 Ki-61 I Ko

92200 Ki-61 I Ko

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In 1944 the Ki-61-II was being built, but was only trickling off the production lines, and was suffering from the unreliability of its engine. Moreover the engine was not being produced in sufficient numbers.

450 Kč incl. VAT

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Producer: RS Models

3 decal variants:


1. Ki-61Ko, Akeno Fighter School, Japan 1943

2. Ki-61Ko, 2nd Chutai, 68th Sentai, New Guinea 1944

3. Ki-61Ko, Gunso Matsumi Nakano, 5th Shinten Seiku-tai, 244th Sentai, Chofu, February 1945


The initial version of the -II had a larger wing and a new canopy, but it was soon replaced by the -IIa with the older and proven wing. Only 374 of all variants of the -II were built. In early 1945 one of 275 engineless airframes was fitted with the Ha-112 radial engine. Although a sudden lash-up conversion this produced a staggeringly fine fighter, by far the best ever produced in Japan. This aircraft, designated the Ki-100, was put into production with desperate haste.

Decal variants: Japan

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