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RAF RE.7

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Used mainly by the RFC during 1916, the R.E.7 was a two-seat (later occasionally three-seat) bombing biplane powered by a 112kW RAF 4a engine. Other engines were also fitted.

Two hundred and fifty were completed. Maximum level speed was 137km/h.

Engine: 1 x. R.A.F.4a, 150-h.p / 112kW
Wingspan: 17.37 m / 57 ft 0 in
Length: 9.72 m / 32 ft 11 in
Height: 3.84 m / 13 ft 7 in
Wing area: 50.91 sq.m / 547.99 sq ft
Max take-off weight: 1565 kg / 3450 lb
Empty weight: 1036 kg / 2284 lb
Max. speed: 135 km/h / 84 mph
Ceiling: 1980 m / 6500 ft
Bombload: 150kg
Seats: 2

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Royal Aircraft Factory R.E.7

 

 


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