Focke-Wulf (FW-190/A6): Various modifications had caused the weight of the aircraft to increase. To correct this and to allow better weapons to be installed in the wings, a structurally redesigned and lighter wing was introduced. A new FuG-16/ZE radio navigation system was fitted in conjunction with a FuG-10/ZY radio. Between July 1943 - April 1944, 963 A6's were built.
Focke-Wulf (FW-190/A4): This aircraft was equipped with the BMW-801/D2 engine, which increased power to 1,250 kW at take-off by improving the supercharger and raising the compression ratio. Due to this, it required a higher octane fuel. Some A4s were fitted with a special Rüstsatz field conversion kit, having a pair of under-wing Werfer-Granate 21 (BR 21) rocket mortars. These aircraft were then designated FW-190/A4/R6. A total of 976 A4's were built between June 1942 and March 1943.
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