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Isshiki Rikko Type 11 Betty Aircraft

This is a plastic model kit of a 1/48 Isshiki Rikko Type 11 Betty Aircraft by Tamiya.

Tamiya Isshiki Rikko Type 11 Betty Aircraft Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #61049
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/48
  • Wingspan: 20-1/2" (51.8cm)
  • Fuselage Length: 16-1/2" (41.6cm)
  • Tamiya Product Number: 61049
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Lots of detail, actually comes with pilots in a sitting position( which I personally prefer) and I plan on building a 1/48 scale ohka and mounting it underneath. Pieces fit together nicely and instructions are easy to follow.

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  • Approximately 75 parts in light grey and clear with fine recessed panel lines.
  • Full bomb load or torpedo armament.
  • Full interior detail
  • -Cockpit: Pilot and copilot's seats, control yokes, throttles
  • accurate instrument panel (decal is provided for instruments).
  • -Aft Fuselage: Full floor, bulkheads and wing carry-through
  • structure.
  • -Rear Gunners Station: Gunner's seat, machine gun and supports.
  • -Bomb Aimers Station: Floor and bombsight.


  • Scale: 1/48
  • Wingspan: 20-1/2" (51.8cm)
  • Fuselage Length: 16-1/2" (41.6cm)
  • Tamiya Product Number: 61049


1/48 Isshiki Rikko Type 11 Betty Aircraft plastic model kit

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"Awesome kit from Tamiya"
davezz4 (Schaumburg, IL)
This is a very well done kit. The fit is very good. Details are very good. I built mine as the torpedo version. This required careful trimming of the bomb bay door. Assembly is well organized and flows very well. The only slight change Tamiya should do is to make the decals a little thinner. The decals went on very well but due to the thickness, detail there the decal are hard to bring out. I would recommend this kit.

"Fantastic Kit"
Charles (Westfield, NY)
The usual Tamiya quality. Everything fits. No extra flash. Superb instructions. And options to build.

"Great kit"
Bought the kit, can't wait to build the betty, has alot of sentimental meaning, my father shot one of these down over china, have the actual wing tank patch from the betty, will make a great pair!


The Rolls-Royce Merlin engine was powering the best warplanes in England early in the war. To develop a new engine for the fledgling P-51 would take much time and the allies did not have it. In 1940, the Packard Motor Company of the U.S. began license production of the Merlin V-1650-1 engine in Detroit. Both the U.S. and England started modifications almost simultaneously. 10 airframes were altered and became the start of the most successful fighter series of the war.

Flying on 30 November 1942, the XP-51B was soon modified with a larger coolant radiator, which increased top speed by 50mph and a higher ceiling by 10,000ft. The 85 gallon fuel cell installed behind the seat allowed it to escort the bombers the target and back. If there was on single fault in the P-51B/C design, it was the canopy. British fighter specifications differed from the U.S. so they requested that a sliding canopy was used on the early Spitfire Mk's for greater headroom and vision.

The low profile canopy of the P-51B/C restricted visibility, and offered considerable discomfort. North American engineers felt it was necessary to reduce drag and maintain the high degree of performance. Even a small pilot was forced to fly with his head pressed against the top of the canopy for adequate vision during take off, landing and combat. The Malcolm hood became a very popular modification as it offered some considerable relief to the pilot.


  • Decal Options:
  • 1&2: 705th Naval Fighter Group, Rabaul, 1943, a/c nos. #359 & 360.
  • Upper Surfaces: IJN Green.
  • Bottom Surfaces: IJN Light Grey.
  • 3: Misawa Naval Fighter Group 3rd Squadron, Rabaul, 1942, a/c no.
  • H-362.
  • Same as 1: except black fuselage top and anti-glare panel.
  • 4: 761st Nval Fighter Group, Mainland Japan, 1944, a/c no. 01.
  • Same as 1.
  • 5: Malaya, Indo-China, December 1941, a/c no. K-310.
  • Upper surfaces: IJA Green and Dark Earth camouflage; black anti-
  • glare panel; Bottom surfaces: IJN Light Grey.
  • 6: Misawa Naval Fighter Group 2nd Squadron, Rabaul, 1942, a/c no.
  • H-324.
  • Same as 5.

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