ICAO aircraft code SBU
Manufacturer Vought
Country United States

The Vought SBU-1 Corsair was a two-seat, all-metal biplane dive bomber built by Vought Aircraft Company of Dallas, Texas for the US Navy.

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Vought SBU Corsair Specifications

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General

ICAO aircraft code
SBU
Manufacturer
Vought
Manufactured
1935 - 1936
Country
United States

Aircraft performance

Engine:
1x Pratt & Whitney R-1535-80 Twin Wasp
Piston
Power:
700 HP
Max Cruise Speed:
178 Kts
330 Km/h
Travel range:
477 Nm
883 Kilometers
Service Ceiling:
23,700 feet
Rate of Climb:
1180 feet / minute
5.99meter / second

Weight & dimensions

Max Take Off Weight:
2,510 Kg
5,534 lbs
Max Payload:
420 Kg
926 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity:
145 gallon
549 liter

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About the Vought SBU Corsair

The Vought SBU-1 Corsair was a two-seat, all-metal biplane dive bomber built by Vought Aircraft Company of Dallas, Texas for the US Navy. Its design was based upon the F3U-1 two-seat fighter that was abandoned when the Navy decided not to obtain any more two-seat fighters.

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