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Nakajima G5N Shinzan (Deep Mountain)


Four-Engine Heavy Bomber Prototype


The American Douglas DC-4E airliner formed the basis for this Imperial Japanese four-engined heavy bomber - the Nakajima G5N.
Authored By: Staff Writer | Edited: 2/1/2020
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Specifications


Year: 1941
Status: Cancelled
Manufacturer(s): Nakajima Aircraft Company - Japanese Empire
Production: 6
Crew: 7
Length: 101.77 ft (31.02 m)
Width: 138.19 ft (42.12 m)
Height: 28.87 ft (8.8 m)
Weight (Empty): 44,313 lb (20,100 kg)
Weight (MTOW): 70,548 lb (32,000 kg)
Power: 4 x Nakajima NK7A "Mamori 11" 14-cylinder air-cooled radial piston engines developing 1,871 horsepower each driving four-bladed propeller units.
Speed: 261 mph (420 kph; 227 kts)
Ceiling: 24,442 feet (7,450 m; 4.63 miles)
Range: 2,647 miles (4,260 km; 2,300 nm)
Operators: Imperial Japan






Armament



Internal bomb load consisting of conventional drop bombs or torpedoes.

Graphical image of an aircraft aerial torpedo
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Variants / Models



• G5N "Shinzan" ("Deep Mountain") - Base Series Designation.
• G5N1 - Initial prototypes; two completed tot he standard.
• G5N2 - Secondary prototypes; four completed to the standard.
• "Experimental 13-Shi Attack Bomber" - Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) designation.
• "Liz" - Allied Codename.
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