Yokosuka K2Y1 / K2Y2

Eventually replaced by the Kyushu K9W1, the antiquated Yokosuka K2Y2 was still the standard naval primary trainer when the war began. The original K2Y1 (which was essentially an improved version of the British Avro 504K) was first produced in 1928 and was placed in production as the Navy Type 3 Primary Trainer Model 1. However, the major production version was the K2Y2, which had a different engine and was introduced in 1930. A total of 260 K2Ys were produced by six different manufacturers.

Yokosuka K2Y1 /K2Y2

Type:           Basic Trainer
Service: 	Japanese Navy Air Force (JNAF)
Crew:           two
Reference: 	Francillon: 493

        Length:         28' 2.6" (8.6 m)
        Height:         n/a
        Wingspan:       35' 9.2" (10.9 m)
        Wing area:      n/a
        Empty Weight:   n/a
        Loaded Weight:  1962 lbs (890 kg)

        No. of Engines: 1
        Powerplant:     n/a
        Horsepower:     n/a

        Range:          226 nautical miles (260 st miles)
        Cruise Speed:   n/a
        Max Speed:      100 mph (87 kt) 
        Climb to/in:    n/a
        Ceiling:        n/a
Production:		360 built

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