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Nakajima Kikka

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Nakajima kikka


The Nakajima Kikka (?? ?? "Orange Blossom") was Japan's first jet aircraft. It was developed late in World War II and the first prototype had only flown once before the end of the conflict. It was also called Kokoku Nigo Heiki (?????? "Imperial Weapon No.2").


Controls

AG1 + VTOL : Wing fold
Trim : flaps

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General Characteristics

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  • Wingspan 44.0ft (13.4m)
  • Length 39.9ft (12.2m)
  • Height 13.8ft (4.2m)
  • Empty Weight 15,008lbs (6,807kg)
  • Loaded Weight 16,226lbs (7,360kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.384
  • Wing Loading 31.8lbs/ft2 (155.3kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 510.3ft2 (47.4m2)
  • Drag Points 8223

Parts

  • Number of Parts 196
  • Control Surfaces 12
  • Performance Cost 723
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    bruh japan ALWAYS copys germany

    2 months ago
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    this would make a good kamikaze

    3 months ago
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    6,561 ZWLenning

    @russianspy gun fig I was wrong, I stand by my word on everything else I said.

    one year ago
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    19.0k Default4

    @ZWLenning Do you know anything about the 262?.

    It has nowhere near the same gun fig as it, this was a purpose built Suicide bombers dream, Whereas the 262 was quite frankly just a death trap.

    1.2 years ago
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    18.4k Renameduser4

    @Spaceflower
    Thanks!

    1.2 years ago
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    18.4k Renameduser4

    @ACEPILOT109
    Thanks!

    1.3 years ago
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    Kakakima Nijja

    1.4 years ago
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    6,561 ZWLenning

    @UFNNICF5TF it was an me262
    it used almost entirely me262 design, exactly the same engine (license built in japan) the same gun arrangement, literally everything

    1.4 years ago
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    25.5k SyntheticL

    @Modderblyat it's japanese plane which influenced by the me 262 a lot

    1.5 years ago
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    It look like me 262

    1.6 years ago
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    18.4k Renameduser4

    @Veronica Thanks!

    1.6 years ago
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    18.4k Renameduser4

    @OC3LOT1142 Thx!

    1.7 years ago
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    18.4k Renameduser4

    @FranzPeterSiegfried thx!

    1.7 years ago
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    25.5k niggelas100

    @USSR kein Ding :)

    1.9 years ago
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    18.4k Renameduser4

    @niggelas100 danke

    1.9 years ago
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    18.4k Renameduser4

    @Subnerdica thx

    1.9 years ago
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    3,296 Subnerdica

    Noice

    1.9 years ago
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    4,632 SimonGlaser

    @USSR np

    2.0 years ago
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    18.4k Renameduser4

    @SimonGlaser Vielen danke

    2.0 years ago
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    It retired 7 days after its first flight?!?

    2.0 years ago
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    18.4k Renameduser4

    @Zott danke!

    +1 2.1 years ago
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    758 Prolex917

    Fun fact:

    The Germans had to send documents and blueprints of the Me-262 as part of an agreement with Japan. However, most of the ships carrying the documents were destroyed, leaving the Japanese with only a few pictures of the body and engines.
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    This is why it looks like a bad copy of the Me-262

    +3 2.2 years ago
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    26.5k Noname918181

    @USSR np
    I also like the fact that it's mobile friendly

    2.3 years ago
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    18.4k Renameduser4

    @Noname918181 thanks for the upvote

    2.3 years ago
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    26.5k Noname918181

    First thought onto seeing this plane:
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    "Wait, a Japanese me 262??"

    +1 2.3 years ago
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