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Yokosuka R2Y KEIUN

16.6k kpfpz70m933  7 days ago


I made R2Y Kageun, a reconnaissance aircraft prototyped by the Japanese Navy.
It was a unique type of reconnaissance aircraft in which a twin-type engine was placed in the center of the fuselage and the propeller of the nose was activated by the extension shaft.

JET Swallow


Throttle:Engine start
Ag1: position light

JET Swallow


Commissioned for the Imperial Japanese Navy after the R1Y design was cancelled due to its disappointing performance estimates, the R2Y used coupled engines driving a single propeller and also featured a tricycle undercarriage.
Completed in April 1945, the prototype made a short flight on 8 May, but was destroyed in a US air raid only a few days later, thus ending development.
A proposal was also made to develop the R2Y into a turbojet-powered light bomber by replacing its piston engines with two Mitsubishi Ne-330s. Designated the R2Y2 Keiun Kai, it did not enter construction before the end of the war.

JET Swallow


General Characteristics

  • Created On iOS
  • Wingspan 45.1ft (13.7m)
  • Length 42.7ft (13.0m)
  • Height 15.0ft (4.6m)
  • Empty Weight 13,810lbs (6,264kg)
  • Loaded Weight 17,856lbs (8,099kg)


  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.19
  • Wing Loading 17.5lbs/ft2 (85.7kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,017.9ft2 (94.6m2)
  • Drag Points 7970


  • Number of Parts 210
  • Control Surfaces 7
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    Why did you remove your p-59?

    3 days ago
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    9,331 dINE

    Excellent model, i love it!

    +1 5 days ago
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    Your Wunderwaffe is good.

    6 days ago
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    good to see the Prototype R2Y2.

    6 days ago
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    6,626 Kangy

    @BagelPlane It was the paint for a prototype in the japanese navy in WW2
    Hence the paint for the A7M1

    +1 6 days ago
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    18.6k BagelPlane

    Just a quick question- if it’s for recon whys it painted bright orange?

    7 days ago
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    30.9k Trainzo

    Nice plane . Great job .

    +1 7 days ago