Heinkel He 51 Fighter II tier 1
Pilot

Developed in 1933 as a successor to the Ar 65 for the Luftwaffe. Used during the Spanish Civil War. A total of 700 aircraft were built.
Machine gun armament effective in close combat
Low survivability, vulnerable engine
Low airspeed, but good boost
High maneuverability in horizontal turns
Effective in low-altitude maneuvering combat
  • 3,200
    Price
  • 90
    Research price

Configuration Heinkel He 51

Engine
II
0
Engine BMW VI
Specifications:
Engine Type water-cooled
Weight , kg 510.0
Power 660
Compatibility: Arado Ar 65, Heinkel He 51
II
BMW VI
III
180
Engine BMW VI 7.3
Specifications:
Engine Type water-cooled
Weight , kg 540.0
Power 750
Price:
Research price 180
Purchase price 5,050
III
180
BMW VI 7.3
Airframe
I
0
Airframe He 49
Specifications:
Weight , kg 1300.0
Hit Points 100
Compatibility: Heinkel He 51
I
He 49
II
150
Airframe He 51
Specifications:
Weight , kg 1398.0
Hit Points 110
Price:
Research price 150
Purchase price 3,600
Compatibility: Heinkel He 51
II
150
He 51
Synchronized machine gun
I
0
Machine gun 7.92 mm MG-08/18 (S)
Sustained fire without overheating
Effective against maneuvering targets
Specifications:
Damage per Second 15
Rate of Fire , rounds/min 600
Effective Fire Range , m 400
I
2x7.92 mm MG-08/18 (S)
III
340
Machine gun 7.92 mm MG-17 (1934) (S)
Sustained fire without overheating
Effective against maneuvering targets
Specifications:
Damage per Second 23
Rate of Fire , rounds/min 1200
Effective Fire Range , m 420
Price:
Research price 340
Purchase price 3,900
III
340
2x7.92 mm MG-17 (1934) (S)

Specifications

Hit Points 100
Weight, kg 1870.0
Firepower 32
7.92 mm MG-08/18 (S) 2
7.92 mm MG-17 (1934) (S) 2
Maneuverability 1037
Average Time to Turn 360 deg, s 8.50
Rate of Roll, °/s 120
Controllability 83
Airspeed 320
Top Speed at Sea Level, km/h 320
Top Speed at Best Altitude, km/h 320
Maximum Dive Speed, km/h 440
Stall Speed, km/h 70
Rate of Climb, m/s 25.50
Optimum Airspeed, km/h 225
Altitude Performance, m 600
Optimum Altitude, m 600