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Ki-94-II

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Totals
2540000 Price
340 Survivability
6460 kgWeight
339.6 Damage
Speed
698.2 Airspeed
680 km/hTop Speed at Sea Level
680 km/hTop Speed at Best Altitude
2200 mOptimum Altitude
820 km/hMaximum Dive Speed
56.8 m/sRate of Climb
120 km/hStall Speed
374 km/hOptimum Airspeed
Mobility
85.4 Controllability
8.8 sAverage Time to Turn 360 deg
110 °/sRate of Roll
981.1 Maneuverability
VIII
Tachikawa Ki-94-II
2540000
Project for a high-speed well-armed fighter developed by the Tachikawa Aircraft Company in 1943–1945. By the end of World War II only prototypes were built that never took to the air.

Tech Tree

Engine
tree_wowp_ico-engine.pngVIII
20800
EngineMitsubishi Ha-211Ru
Specifications:
Engine Power, hp2200
Typeair-cooled
Weight, kg910
Price:
Research cost20800
Purchase price155000
Applicability:Tachikawa Ki-94-II
tree_wowp_ico-engine.pngVIII
20800
Mitsubishi Ha-211Ru
tree_wowp_ico-engine.pngVIII
0
EngineNakajima Ha-145
Specifications:
Engine Power, hp2000
Typeair-cooled
Weight, kg900
Applicability:Tachikawa Ki-94-II
tree_wowp_ico-engine.pngVIII
Nakajima Ha-145
tree_wowp_ico-engine.pngIX
22600
EngineNakajima Ha-219Ru
Specifications:
Engine Power, hp2420
Typeair-cooled
Weight, kg910
Price:
Research cost22600
Purchase price179000
Applicability:Tachikawa Ki-94-II
tree_wowp_ico-engine.pngIX
22600
Nakajima Ha-219Ru
Airframe
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0
AirframeKi-94-IIa
Specifications:
Survivability340
Weight, kg5200
Applicability:Tachikawa Ki-94-II
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Ki-94-IIa
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23200
AirframeKi-94-IIb
Specifications:
Survivability360
Weight, kg5300
Price:
Research cost23200
Purchase price145000
Applicability:Tachikawa Ki-94-II
tree_wowp_ico-planer.pngVIII
23200
Ki-94-IIb
Wing-mounted weapon
tree_wowp_ico-gun.pngVI
0
Machine gun20 mm Ho-5-II (W)
Specifications:
Caliber20
Muzzle Velocity, m/s1600
Damage75
Rate of Fire, rounds/min400
Weight, kg90
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2x20 mm Ho-5-II (W)
tree_wowp_ico-gun.pngVII
23500
Machine gun30 mm Ho-155-II (W)
Specifications:
Caliber30
Muzzle Velocity, m/s1120
Damage160
Rate of Fire, rounds/min200
Weight, kg120
Price:
Research cost23500
Purchase price65900
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23500
2x30 mm Ho-155-II (W)
Wing-mounted weapon
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0
Machine gun20 mm Ho-5-II (W)
Specifications:
Caliber20
Muzzle Velocity, m/s1600
Damage75
Rate of Fire, rounds/min400
Weight, kg90
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2x20 mm Ho-5-II (W)


Modules

Engine

Engine

Tier Engine Engine Power, hp / Thrust Type Weight, kg Price,
VIII Nakajima Ha-145 2000 air-cooled 900 136500
IX Nakajima Ha-219Ru 2420 air-cooled 910 179000
Airframe

Airframe

Tier Airframe Survivability Weight, kg Price,
VIII Ki-94-IIa 340 5200 140000
Wing-mounted weapon

Wing-mounted weapon

Tier Machine gun Caliber Muzzle Velocity, m/s Damage Rate of Fire, rounds/min Weight, kg Price,
VII 30 mm Ho-155-II (W) 30 1120 160 200 120 65900


Compatible Equipment

Aircraft Polish II
Engine Tuning III
Self-Sealing Fuel Tank IV
Control Surface Adjustment III
Improved Covering III
Improved Radiator III
Lightweight Airframe III
Reflector Gunsight II

Compatible Consumables

Reinforced Control Surfaces
Pneumatic Restarter
Automatic Fire Extinguishers
Control Surface Autotrim
Automatic Engine Restarter
First Aid Kit
First Aid Dressing Package
Ground Verification
Aerial Verification
Manual Fire Extinguishers
Control Surface Trim
Heavy Duty Control Surfaces


Historical Info

The second Ki-94 design, made by a team under Tatsuo Hasegawa, chief designer of the aircraft and responsible for the used airfoil, was a more conventional single-seat, piston-engine monoplane fighter, developed for the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force along the same requirements as the Nakajima Ki-87, which had been the Army's fall-back design for the original Ki-94. Intended to counter B-29 raids, it was optimized for high-altitude interception with a pressurized cockpit and heavy armament.
This design was approved by the Koku Hombu, and the aircraft was designated Ki-94-II (the scrapped earlier Ki-94 design was named the Ki-94-I). An order was placed for one static test airframe, three prototypes, and eighteen pre-production aircraft. Only 2 prototypes were built in the event; the first was equipped with a single 1,895 kW (2,541 hp) Nakajima Ha219 [Ha-44] engine, driving a 4-blade propeller because the 6-blade one was not ready. The second prototype was to be fitted with a 6-blade propeller. The war's end however stopped the construction of the second prototype and also found the first prototype still being readied for its maiden flight, the Ki-94-II never taking to the air.


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