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Fieseler Fi 167
Specifications

Type:
  Carrier based torpedo and reconnaissance
Origin: Gerhard Fiesler Werke Gmbh
Crew: Two
Models: V1, V2 and A-0 series
First Flight: Summer 1938
Flight Testing: Early 1940
Service Delivery: Summer 1940
Production:
    2 prototypes, 12 pre-production

Engine:
Model: Daimler-Benz DB601B
Type: 12-Cylinder liquid cooled inverted vee
Number: One        Horsepower: 1,100 hp

Dimensions:
Wing span: 44 ft. 3½ in. (13.50m)
Wing Surface Area: 487.76 sq. ft.
Length: 37 ft. 4¾ in. (11.40m)
Height: 15 ft. 9 in. (4.80m)
Stabilizer Span: N/A
Wheel Track: N/A

Weights:
Empty: 6,173 lbs. (2,800 kg)
Maximum: 10,690 lbs. (4,850 kg)
  Performance:
Maximum Speed:
Reconnaissance: 202 mph (325 kph)
Bomber: 199 mph
Normal Cruise: 155 mph
Range:
Recon w. drop tanks): 932 miles
Max. Payload): 808 miles (1300 km)
Initial Climb: N/A
Service Ceiling: 24,600-26900 ft.

Armament:
One × 7.92mm MG 17, forward firing in
    starboard forward fuselage
    Ammunition: 500 rounds.
One × 7.92mm MG 15 on flexible mount
    in observer's cockpit.
    Ammunition: 600 rounds.

Bombload:
Normal Load:
Four 110 lb. SC 50 bombs & One 551 lb. SC 250 or 1,102 lb. SC 500 bomb.

Maximum Load:
One 2,205 lb. SD 1000 bomb or one 1,685.5 lb. LT F5b torpedo.


Fieseler Fi 167.
[Source: Unknown]

Sources:
Wikipedia
Green, William. Warplanes of the Third Reich. New York: Doubleday, 1972. ISBN 0-385-05782-2.
Savic, D. and Ciglic, B. Croatian Aces of World War 2, Oxford, 2002 ISBN 1-84176-435-3.
Green, William - Bombers & Reconnaissance Aircraft Volume 9, Macdonald, London 1967

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