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Savoia-Marchetti SM-84 Bomber / Torpedo Bomber (1941)

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The Savoia-Marchetti SM.84 three-engined bomber was developed to replace the Italian Air Force SM.79 series.

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Specifications for the
Savoia-Marchetti SM-84
Bomber / Torpedo Bomber

Focus Model: Savoia-Marchetti SM-84
Country of Origin: Italy
Manufacturer: Savoia-Marchetti - Italy
Initial Year of Service: 1941
Production: 309

Crew: 5

Length: 58.83ft (17.93m)
Width: 69.23ft (21.10m)
Height: 15.06ft (4.59m)
Weight (Empty): 19,511lbs (8,850kg)
Weight (MTOW): 29,321lbs (13,300kg)

Powerplant: 3 x Piaggio P.XI RC 40 14-cylinder air-cooled radial piston engines developing 1,000 horsepower each.

Maximum Speed: 268mph (432kmh; 233kts)
Maximum Range: 1,137miles (1,830km)
Service Ceiling: 25,919ft (7,900m; 4.9miles)
Rate-of-Climb: 0 feet per minute (0m/min)

Hardpoints: 0
Armament Suite:
1 x 12.7mm Scotti machine gun in dorsal turret.
1 x 12.7mm Scotti machine gun in ventral position.
2 x 12.7mm Scotti machine guns in beam fuselage positions.

4,409lbs of conventional drop bombs OR 2 x torpedoes.



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