Premier - F4F-4 Wildcat - Download

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Quick Overview

Compatible with: FSX and FS2004

Grumman designed the F4F as the first carrier based monoplane. The F4F-4 model had more powerful engine, increased armament, self-sealing fuel tanks, armor, and folding wings than the earlier variants. Eventually, Grumman built 1,168 aircraft which was used mostly by the US Navy and US Marines in early World War II.

In particular, the Wildcat fought in the early Pacific battles in the Coral Sea, Midway and Guadalcanal. It also flew in support of the invasion of North Africa in 1942.

This beautiful model is for use with FS2004 and FSX.

Specifications
Manufacturer: Grumman
Engine: P&W R-1830-86 Twin Wasp 14-cyl radial
Power: 1,200HP @ 2,700RPM (sea level) / 1,040HP @ 2,550RPM @ 18,400 ft.
Length: 29 ft
Height: 11 ft 4 in
Wing Span: 38 ft 0 in
Wing Area: 260.0 sq ft
Max Speed: 274 mph @ sea level / 320 mph @ 18,800 ft
Stall Speed: 81.2 mph IAS @ 7,975 lbs
Maximum Range: 830 mi at 161 mph / 1,275 mi at 153 mph. w/ drop tanks
Service Ceiling: 34,900 ft.
Initial Climb: 2,475 fpm @ sea level
Empty Weight: 5,895 lbs
Maximum T/O Weight: 8,762 lbs

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Additional Information

SKU s606-ABD-335
Date Added May 1, 2009
Flight Simulator FSX, FS2004

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