|Engine||100hp M-11||165hp MG-11.|
|Wing Load (kg/m2)||68.0||72.7|
|Power load (kg/hp)||7.50||4.85|
|Speed at 0m||230km/h||260km/h|
Single-seat low-wing monoplane trainer, with 100hp M-11 engine in NACA cowling. Fuselage and wing - of plywood design, covered with fabric. Main landing gear was retractable backwards into underwing fairings.
More than 150 flights were performed on the NV-2.
In 1938 OKB-30 released the second aircraft of the NV-2 family, the NV-2bis. It was powered by 165hp MG-11. Aircraft passed all trials and VVS ordered small series of 10 planes. Construction started, but terminated when production of the UT-2 was ordered on the same factory.
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