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In any case, over 2,000 B-29s were to be built before this turret could come into production, because immediately after Pearl Harbor programme was organised, involving vast new plants across the nation. Major parts were made in over 60 new factories, the enormous nacelles, each as big as a P-47, coming from a new Cleveland facility operated by the Fisher Body Division of General Motors. Final assembly was organised at three of the a colossal manufacturing world's largest buildings, Boeing at Wichita, Martin at Bell at Marietta (today the same building houses the Omaha and Lockheed- Georgia Company).
7-mm) machine guns. 500 rpg 97 Remotely controlled ball turret 98 Elevator tab 99 Port fabric covered elevator construction 142 Mainwheel leg pivot mounting 143 Port mainwheel bay 144 Hydraulic retraction jack 145 Nacelle tail fairing 146 Self-sealing oil tank. 85 US gal (322 litres) 147 148 149 150 151 Hydraulic reservoir Mainwheel doors Exhaust stub Exhaust driven turbosupercharger Intercooler 152 Engine cooling air exit flaps 153 Exhaust collector ring 154 Wright Cyclone R-335057A. 18-cylinder.
Everyone worked round the clock to try to speed the programme, and eventually the first SB2C-1 was completed at Port Columbus in June 1942. The US Navy did not fail to notice that 10 days earlier the fai better Grumman TBF Avenger had gone into action, though its design was begun almost two years later than the bug-ridden SB2C. Disappointing results Urgent testing of the first six production machines revealed that many respects they were worse than the prototype, the great in in- weight (empty weight rose from 3230 kg/7,122 lb to some lb) without change in the engine resulting in an aircraft described at NAS Anacostia as 'extremely sluggish'.