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Fw 190 A-2
The Fw 190 A-2 started production from October 1941 and quickly proved superior in all but turn radius to the Royal Air Force's main front-line fighter, the Spitfire Mk V.
The A-2 differs from the A-1 with an updated engine and armament. The A-1's engine overheating issue was solved with the introduction of permanent cooling slots in the fuselage of the A-2 and two of the MG 17 machine guns were replaced with MG 151/20 cannons.
Total armament became two 7.92 mm MG 17 machine guns in the fuselage, two 20 mm MG 151/20 cannons in the wing root and two wing-mounted 20 mm MG FF/M cannons.
Fw 190 A-3
The Fw 190 A-3 started production in spring 1942 and featured a more powerful engine. Externally the A-3 was unchanged from the A-2.
The Fw 190 A-3 was also used as a testbed for various armament configurations, including mounting rockets and bombs to the aircraft.