Known as "Dinah" to the Allies, this elegant two-engine plane was the best high-altitude long-range reconnaissance plane that the Japanese put into the field in World War II. Its high speed allowed it to frequently avoid Allied interceptors for most of the war, making it a well-respected thorn in the Allies' side. The Ki-46 was kept in production continually from July, 1941 until the end of the war. A total of 1,742 aircraft were built.
Engine: Mitsubishi Ha-112-II x 2
Propeller Type: Constant Speed
Horsepower: 1500 each
Top Speed: 630kph at 5280m
Standard Roll/Pitch/Yaw/Trim Control
Throttle adjusts propeller Pitch
AG 1 Turns on the engines
VTOL down is flaps
Nothing really, its a 1:1 scale replica of a high altitude recon plane, it doesnt have guns or armaments. I have tried to make it look and feel as close to the real one as possible.
This was a fairly low effort build and I know this wont win, its not as detailed or even good as the other planes, but this was a pretty chill experience and I enjoyed it.
We got to the first page within 8 hours. Thanks everyone.
Enjoy and Updoot
- Predecessor [CLOSED] Pacific WAR Challenge
- Created On Android
- Wingspan 48.2ft (14.7m)
- Length 36.1ft (11.0m)
- Height 13.5ft (4.1m)
- Empty Weight 9,671lbs (4,386kg)
- Loaded Weight 10,525lbs (4,774kg)
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.285
- Wing Loading 46.0lbs/ft2 (224.4kg/m2)
- Wing Area 229.0ft2 (21.3m2)
- Drag Points 3603
- Number of Parts 479
- Control Surfaces 7