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Breda Ba.82
In response to the competition organized by the Italian Air Ministry in 1934 for a Terrestrial Bomber Fast, Breda developed the model "82" consisting of a very compact medium bomber. The construction was all-metal, and powered by two radial Fiat A.80 RC 41 1000 Hp engines.
Its development was slow and not without its difficulties, but it was brought out at the Air Show in Milan in 1937, but now the military thought that his was dated. Continuous trouble with the engines made that flight tests would start in 1939, but the competition decided on the Fiat BR.20 and now focused on three-engine medium bombers.
Engines: 2 x Fiat A.80 R.C.41, 1,000 hp
Wingspan: 20.80m
Wing area: 66.00 sq.m
Length: 13.80 m
Height: 4.00 m
Empty weight: 6840 kg
Max weight: 10040 kg
Useful load: 3200 kg
Max speed: 425 km/h at 4000 m
Ceiling: 9940 m
Time to 4000 m: 12 min 14 sec
Time to 5000 m: 15 min 15 sec
Armament: 2 x Breda - SAFAT 12.7 mm machine guns
Bombload: 1000 kg
Crew: 4-5 men



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