|Tokyo Koku Ki-107|
|First flight||October 1943|
|Primary user||Imperial Japanese Army Air Force|
The Tokyo Koku Ki-107 was a Japanese military training aircraft for the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force. The Ki-107 was a wooden-built low-wing two-seat monoplane with an open cockpit. Powered by a Hitachi Hatsukaze Ha-47 (Ha-11) inline piston engine it first flew in October 1943. The Japanese Army had ordered 450 as primary trainers as replacement for the Kokusai Ki-86 (a license built Bücker Bü 131 that used the same Ha-47 engine), but production was held up by air raids and only 29 had been delivered by the end of the war.
- Crew: 2 (Teacher and student pilot)
- Length: 8.05 m (26 ft 5 in)
- Wingspan: 10.02 m (32 ft 10 in)
- Gross weight: 829 kg (1,828 lb)
- Powerplant: 1 × Hitachi Hatsukaze Ha-47 (Ha-11) (a license-built Hirth HM 504) 4-cylinder inline piston engine, 82 kW (110 hp)
- Maximum speed: 197 km/h (122 mph; 106 kn)
- Francillon, Ph.D., René J. Japanese Aircraft of the Pacific War. London: Putnam & Company Ltd., 1970 (2nd edition 1979). ISBN 0-370-30251-6.
- The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft (Part Work 1982-1985). Orbis Publishing.
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