Bf-109 Information

edited October 2014 in Reference
Bf-109A "Anton" (later Bf-109V1)
September 5th 1935
695 hp (510 kW)
Rolls-Royce Kestrel V engine

Bf 109 V2
January 21st 1936
610 hp (455 kW)
Junkers Jumo 210A engine
7.92 mm (0.31 in) Rheinmettal-Borsig MG 17 machine guns in the upper decking of the nose.

Bf 109 V3
June 1936
610 hp (455 kW)
Junkers Jumo 210A engine

Bf-109 V4 (D-IOQY)/V5/V6/V7/V8
610 hp (450 kW) Junkers Jumo 210B engine.

Bf-109B "Bertha"
preproduction B-0 with a 610 hp (450 kW) Junkers Jumo 210B engine.

Bf 109B-1
production aircraft with a 635 hp (465 kW) Junkers Jumo 210D engine.

Bf 109B-2
Jun. 1937
2x 7.92mm MG-17
Speed at 1km: 415 km/h
production aircraft with a 640 hp (477 kW) Junkers Jumo 210E engine and a licence built Hamilton variable-pitch propeller; later being replaced by the 670 hp (500 kW) Junkers Jumo 210G engine.

Bf 109C "Clara"
August 1938
Bf 109 V9, had two 20 mm MG FF cannons installed in the wings.

Bf 109 V-9
prototype aircraft with a 670 hp (500 kW) Junkers Jumo 210G engine.

Bf 109C-0
four 7.95 mm (0.31 in) MG 17 machine guns

Bf 109C-1
production aircraft with a 700 hp (522 kW) Junkers Jumo 210Ga engine.
four 7.95 mm (0.31 in) MG 17 machine guns

Bf 109C-2
700 hp (522 kW) Junkers Jumo 210Ga engine with an additional 7.92 mm MG 17 machine gun firing through the propeller hub.
August 1938 twelve Bf 109C-2 fighters arrived in Spain

Bf 109C-4
proposed aircraft with a 700 hp (522 kW) Junkers Jumo 210Ga engine with an additonal 20 mm MG FF cannon firing through the propeller hub. Was never put into production.

Bf 109D "Dora"

Bf 109 V10
aircraft with an early 960 hp (705 kW) Daimler-Benz DB 600 engine.

Bf 109 V11/V12
aircraft with a production 960 hp (705 kW) Daimler-Benz DB 600A engine.

Bf 109D-0/D-1
a small number of production aircraft with a 960 hp (705 kW) Daimler-Benz DB 600A engine. Armament consided of a single 20 mm MG FF cannon and two 7.92 mm (0.31 in) MG 17 machine-guns. Soon abandoned in favour of the Bf 109E.

Bf 109D-2
same as the D-1 but with the addition of two more 7.92 mm (0.31 in) MG 17 machine-guns in the the wings.

Bf 109D-3
same as the D-1 but with the addition of two more 20 mm MG FF cannon in the wings.

Bf 109E "Emil"

end of 1939

Bf 109 V-14
The first true prototype (civil registration D-IRTT) for the Bf 109E series was the Bf 109 V-14 which was powered by the fuel injected 1,100 hp (810 kW) Daimler-Benz DB 601A engine. It carried an armament of two wing mounted 20 mm MG FF cannons and two 7.92 mm (0.31 in) MG 17 machine guns in the engine cowling.

Bf 109 V-15
(civil registration D-IPHR) differed from the V-14 in having an engine mounted 20 mm MG FF cannon and no wing guns.

Bf 109E
The first large scale production version, introducing the 1,100 hp (820 kW) Daimler-Benz DB 601A engine with direct fuel injection and improved super chargers.

Bf 109E-0 to E-9
Mainly powered by the 1,200 hp (895 kW) Daimler-Benz DB 601N engine. Some sub-variants (see below) used the 1,300 hp (969 kW) DB 601E engine. Armament varied considerably.

Bf 109E-1
Germany, Apr. 1939
4x 7.92mm MG-17
Speed at 1km: 470 km/h

Bf 109E-2
Armed with two 20 mm MG FF and two 7.92 mm (0.31 in) machine-guns.

Bf 109E-3
Armed with one hub 20 mm MG FF and four 7.92 mm (0.31 in) MG 17 machine-guns (two in engine cowling and two in wing roots).

Bf 109E-4/E-4B/E-4B Trop/
Similar to the E-3 but without the hub 20 mm gun.

Bf 109E-4/N
Similar to the E-4 but with a DB 601N engine.

Bf 109E-5/E-6
Reconnaissance version with two 7.92 mm (0.31 in) MG 17 machine-guns in the engine cowling.

Bf 109E-7
Germany, Aug. 1940
2x 7.92mm MG-17 1000 rounds per gun
2x 20mm MG-FF 60 rounds per gun
Speed at 1km: 492 km/h
Bomb: 1x SC 250kg
Turn at 1km: 23.69s
Ideal climb: 15.6 m/s
Similar to the E-4/N but with a provision for a belly tank.

Bf 109E-7/U2
Ground attack version with wing hardpoints.

Bf 109E-7/Z
Equipped with GM-1 Nitrous Oxide boost.

Bf 109E-8
Equipped with a DB 601E engine.

Bf 109E-9
Reconnaissance fighter version.

Bf 109F "Friedrich"

July 10, 1940

Bf-109 F4
Germany, Jun. 1941
2x 7.92mm MG-17 500 rounds per gun
1x 20mm MG-151/20 200 rounds per gun
Speed at 1km: 537 km/h
Bomb: -----
Turn at 1km: 20.56s
Ideal climb: 17 m/s

Bf-109G "Gustav"

summer of 1942

Bf-109 G6
Germany, Feb. 1943
2x 13mm MG-131 300 rounds per gun
1x 20mm MG-151/20 200 rounds per gun
Speed at 1km: 543 km/h
Bomb: 1x SC 250kg
Turn at 1km: 22.9s
Ideal climb: 18.47 m/s

Bf-109 G10
Germany, Nov. 1944
2x 13mm MG-131 300 rounds per gun
2x 20mm MG-151/20 140 rounds per gun
1x 30mm MK-108 65 rounds per gun
Speed at 1km: 589 km/h
Bomb: -----
Turn at 1km: 22.13s
Ideal climb: 17.21 m/s

Bf 109H "Hans"

A high altitude development of the Bf 109F with a 6 ft 6 3/4 in (2.00 m) increase in wing span, built in small numbers. Bf 109H-0 aircraft had DB 601E engines and the Bf 109H-1 had the DB 605A.

Bf-109 K4

Germany, Oct. 1944
2x 13mm MG-131 300 rounds per gun
1x 30mm MK-108 65 rounds per gun
Speed at 1km: 596 km/h
Bomb: 1x SC 500kg
Turn at 1km: 23.36s
Ideal climb: 16.01 m/s

Bf 109L

The Bf 109L was basically a Bf 109 G-series airframe in which the fuselage section had been increased to merge with the Junkers Jumo 213 E Kraft-Ei (power egg). The wing span was increased to 43 ft 9 in (13.33 m), and the area to 236 sq ft (21.9 sq m). Theoretical maximum speed was 476 mph (766 km/h) at 35,000 ft (10650 m), but development was never completed.

Bf 109R (Messerschmitt Me 209)

Bf 109S

Bf 109T "Träger"

Bf 109X

Bf 109Z "Zwilling"


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