Kawanishi N1K2

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  1. fubar57

    fubar57 Well-Known Member

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    tomo pauk Creator of Interesting Threads

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    Great stuff, fubar :)
     
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    Cool find.
     
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    Thank you very much, Geo, for sharing such a great historical data for the members here.
    I have ever worked on the N1K2J in my CGI based on those JACAR data.
    It was so detailed and reliable.

    Tail_Landing_Gear_Trial00.gif
     
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    Great ingo Geo, and nice work Shinpachi!
     
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    Thanks Geo! But seriously, what more could be added to this? I swear you can BUILD the plane from what you have posted here! :lol:
     
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    A lot of the numbers are barely readable though.
    Still, the is the best version of this manual that I have seen yet.

    Thanks Fubar57

    - Ivan.
     
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