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Curtiss XP-10



On 18 June 1928, the USAAC placed a contract with Curtiss for one prototype of the XP-10 single-seat fighter powered by a 600hp V-1570-17 Conqueror engine. Of mixed construction with fabric-covered steel-tube fuselage and plywood-covered wooden wings, the XP-10 placed emphasis on aerodynamic cleanliness and utilised surface evaporation wing radiators and a gulled upper wing. Delivered in August 1928, the XP-10 was tested until October 1930, but continuous problems with the cooling system prevented further development.

Engine: 600hp V-1570-17 Conqueror
Take-off weight: 1803 kg / 3975 lb
Empty weight: 1379 kg / 3040 lb
Wingspan: 10.06 m / 33 ft 0 in
Length: 7.47 m / 24 ft 6 in
Height: 2.64 m / 8 ft 8 in
Max. speed: 307 km/h / 191 mph
Range: 742 km / 461 miles




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