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Vultee XA-41 / Model 90
Vultee XA-41 43-35124
The Vultee XA-41 (Model 90) of 1944 was the last of the two A-type designations, the other being Beech XA-38.
First flying on 11 February 1944 piloted by Frank Davis, one XA-41 prototype was built, 43-35124, for testing as ground-attack by USAAF and USN, then civil re-registered NX60373 by Pratt & Whitney for supercharger testing.
It was scrapped 1950.
Engine: P&W XR-4360, 3000hp
Wingspan: 54'0"
Length: 48'8"
Useful load: 5400 lb
Max speed: 353 mph
Cruise speed: 270 mph
Stall: 74 mph
Range: 950 mi
Seats: 1
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