Curtiss XP-31 Fighter II tier 1
Pilot

Developed in 1932–1933 for the U.S. Army. One prototype was built, but the aircraft never entered service.
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
Increased credit income per battle
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Configuration Curtiss XP-31

Engine
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Engine V-1570-5
Specifications:
Engine Type water-cooled
Weight , kg 350.0
Power 600
Compatibility: Curtiss XP-31
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V-1570-5
Airframe
II
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Airframe XP-934
Specifications:
Weight , kg 1433.0
Hit Points 100
Compatibility: Curtiss XP-31
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XP-934
Synchronized machine gun
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Machine gun 7.62 mm M1919A4 (S)
Sustained fire without overheating
Effective against maneuvering targets
Specifications:
Damage per Second 17
Rate of Fire , rounds/min 600
Effective Fire Range , m 420
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4x7.62 mm M1919A4 (S)

Specifications

Hit Points 100
Weight, kg 1903.0
Firepower 72
7.62 mm M1919A4 (S) 4
Maneuverability 988
Average Time to Turn 360 deg, s 8.60
Rate of Roll, °/s 110
Controllability 85
Airspeed 370
Top Speed at Sea Level, km/h 350
Top Speed at Best Altitude, km/h 350
Maximum Dive Speed, km/h 500
Stall Speed, km/h 90
Rate of Climb, m/s 29.40
Optimum Airspeed, km/h 244
Altitude Performance, m 700
Optimum Altitude, m 700