Kamov Ka-126

The Kamov Ka-126 (NATO reporting name Hoodlum) is a Soviet light utility helicopter with co-axial rotors. Evolved from Ka-26 with engine pods removed from stub wings, fitted with one TVO-100 turboshaft engine positioned on top of fuselage, modified rotor blades, new fuel system.

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Kamov Ka-126 - Specifications (Ka-126)
... General characteristics Crew 2 Capacity 6 passengers (cargo/passenger pod) Payload 1,000 kg (2,205 lb) (slung load) or 1000 L (220 Imp Gallons) chemical hopper Length 7.775 m (25 ft 6 in) Rotor diameter 13.00 m (42 ft 7¾ in) Height 4.155 m (13 ft 7½ in) Disc area 265.5 m² (2,856 ft²) Empty weight 1,915 kg (4,222 lb) Max ... takeoff weight 3,250 kg (7,165 lb) Powerplant 1 × 1 x Omsk TVO-100 turboshaft, 522 kW (700 hp) Performance Maximum speed 180 km/h (97 knots, 112 mph) Cruise speed 160 km/h (86 knots, 99 mph) Range 713 km (384 nmi, 443 mi) Endurance 5 hr 36 min Service ceiling 3,850 m (12,630 ft) Rate of climb 6.6 m/s (1,300 ft/min) ...