Type: Close Support Aircraft
Allied Code Name: Randy
Models: Ki 102 A, b, c & Ki-108
First Flight: 1944
Service Delivery: N/A
Final Delivery: N/A
Model: Mitsubishi Ha-112-II
Number: One Horsepower: 1,500 hp
Wing Span: 51 ft. 1 in. (15.57m)
Length: 37 ft. 6¾ in. (11.45m)
Height: 12 ft. 1¾ in. (3.70m)
Wing Area: 365.98 sq. ft. (34.00m²)
Empty: 10,913 lb. (4950 kg.)
Loaded: 16,094 lb. (7300 kg.)
Max. Speed: 360 mph (580 kph) at 19,685 ft.
Service Ceiling: 36,090 ft. (11,000m)
Range: 2000 km
Ki-102a: One 37mm Ho-203 cannon and two 20mm Ho-5 cannon.
Ki-102b: One 57mm Ho-401 cannon, two 20mm Ho-5 cannon, and one rear firing 12.7mm Ho-103 (Type 1) machine gun.
Ki-102c: Two 30mm Ho-105 cannon and two 20mm Ho-5 cannon.
Payload: All variants
Two drop-tanks or two 551 lb. (250 kg) bombs.
Ki-102: Three prototypes and 20 pre-production aircraft.
Ki-102a: High-altitude fighter version. Converted from six pre-production aircraft.
Ki-102b: Ground attack version.
Ki-102c: Proposed night-fighter version with increased wing span, lengthened fuselage, revised tail surfaces, and primative AI radar. Only two built.
Ki-108: Two protoptypes built from Ki-102b airframes. Developed as a high altitude fighter with pressurised cabin. These included the structural improvements of the Ki-102c and were still in the testing stages at wars end.