See Suomen Ilmailuhistoriallinen Lehti 1/2001. One of the countries which at first thought to buy He 112s was Hungary and when they tested it they found out that in reality its max speed was 430km/h, not much better than that of an average Mercury powered Fokker D.XXI (418km/h) and Fokker climbed clearly better than He 112 which was importatnt for an interceptor and in fact for all fighters.Gamle Lode wrote:Compare it with the D.XXI, and then tell Karhunen it's rubbish. Fokker did the main business in the Winter War, and it was slower than Db-3 and SB-2. If LeLv.24 had had a plane to catch the Soviet Bombers, the days of VVS had been way gloomier.
PS I forgot to mention that He 112 was appr 3 times more expensive than D. XXI and IMHO FiAF was better off with 36 Fokkers than with 12 Heinkels