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ANBO-41 is an improved type of ANBO-IV. The prototype was tested in 1936. ANBO-41 had a more powerful engine, three-bladed propellers and changed construction of the wings and of their fastening. In 1937 and 1939 two series of ANBO-41 were built, a total of 20 units (with the prototype). 930 HP Bristol “Pegasus” XI engines were used for the first series.

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ANBO-41

ANBO-41 paint schemes

Technical data (ANBO-41 of the second series):

Engine Bristol Pegasus XXIII,
1010 HP
Empty weight 1400 kg
Flight weight 2300 kg
Wingspan 13.24 m
Wing area 29 mē
Length 8.84 m
Max.speed 360 km/h
(at 2 km altitude)
Landing speed 90 km/h
Ceiling 9 km
Climbing to
5 km altitude

8 min.
Fuel tanks 510 l
Machine guns 2 pilot's and 2 observer's
Bombs 200 kg
Range 800 km

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