Fisher XP-75 Eagle Heavy Fighter VII tier 1
Pilot

Developed as a heavy escort fighter. The XP-75 prototypes underwent trials in 1943–1944 but never entered mass production. A total of 13 aircraft were built.
Powerful machine gun complement effective against aircraft with high survivability
Good survivability, but large dimensions and vulnerable engines
High airspeed, long-lasting boost
Low effectiveness in maneuvering combat
Effective in mid-altitude combat and in destroying small amounts of ground targets
Can carry powerful bombs
Increased credit income per battle

Configuration Fisher XP-75 Eagle

Engine
VIII
0
Engine V-3420-23
Specifications:
Engine Type water-cooled
Weight , kg 1204.0
Power 2885
Compatibility: Fisher XP-75 Eagle
VIII
V-3420-23
Airframe
VII
0
Airframe P-75A
Specifications:
Weight , kg 4299.0
Hit Points 400
Compatibility: Fisher XP-75 Eagle
VII
P-75A
Synchronized machine gun
VI
0
Machine gun 12.7 mm AN/M2 (S)
Sustained fire without overheating
Effective against maneuvering targets
Specifications:
Damage per Second 45
Rate of Fire , rounds/min 750
Effective Fire Range , m 520
VI
4x12.7 mm AN/M2 (S)
Wing-mounted weapon
VI
0
Machine gun 12.7 mm AN/M2 (W)
Sustained fire without overheating
Effective against maneuvering targets
Specifications:
Damage per Second 45
Rate of Fire , rounds/min 750
Effective Fire Range , m 520
Compatibility: Fisher XP-75 Eagle
VI
6x12.7 mm AN/M2 (W)
Outboard weapon
No weapons
V
0
Bombs 500 lb
Effective against armored ground targets
Large blast radius
Specifications:
Damage 4300
Damage Radius , m 75
Price:
Purchase price 1,150
V
2x500 lb

Specifications

Hit Points 400
Weight, kg 6103.0
Firepower 481
12.7 mm AN/M2 (S) 4
12.7 mm AN/M2 (W) 6
500 lb 2
Maneuverability 590
Average Time to Turn 360 deg, s 13.10
Rate of Roll, °/s 90
Controllability 79
Airspeed 832
Top Speed at Sea Level, km/h 700
Top Speed at Best Altitude, km/h 700
Maximum Dive Speed, km/h 900
Stall Speed, km/h 170
Rate of Climb, m/s 87.00
Optimum Airspeed, km/h 638
Altitude Performance, m 2000
Optimum Altitude, m 2000