Civilian R-1690 Hornet (Full Cylinder)
The R-1690 Hornet was a widely used American aircraft engine. Developed by Pratt & Whitney, 2,944 were produced from 1926 through 1942. It first flew in 1927. It was a single-row, 9-cylinder air-cooled radial design. Displacement was 1,690 cubic inches (27.7 L). It was built under license in Italy as the Fiat A.59. In Germany, the BMW 132 was a developed version of this engine. The R-1860 Hornet B was an enlarged version produced from 1929.
Commonly Found in Aircraft Such As:
- Bach Air Yacht
- Bellanca 31-40
- Boeing 80
- Boeing Model 95
- Boeing Model 299
- Burnelli UB-14
- Douglas O-38
- Focke-Wulf Fw 200 V1
- Gee Bee Model R-2 (1933)
- Gee Bee R 1/2 Super Sportster
- Granville-Miller-de Lackner R-6H "Q.E.D."
- Junkers Ju 52
- Junkers Ju 86
- Junkers W 34
- Keystone B-3
- Lockheed Model 14 Super Electra (L-14H)
- Lockheed Lodestar (C-56A, C-56B, C-56C, C-56D, C-56E, C-59/Mk 1a)
- Martin BM
- Martin XB-14
- Vought O2U Corsair
- Sikorsky S-40A
- Sikorsky S-42
- Sikorsky S-43
- Wedell-Williams Model 44
-This Dummy Radial is Designed to be Hard Mounted on Your Models Firewall Using 30-min Epoxy. May also be Mounted Using Standoffs or Directly to the Cowling,
-Constructed with a Metallic Finished Plastic, this Dummy Radial will be Sure to Add that Realistic Look to Any Model Aircraft.
-These Dummy Radials can be Painted or Glued Using Any Standard Hobby Grade Supplies.
-The Center is Hollow to Allow for Most Electric or Gasoline/Nitro Engines.
-Pushrod Holes are Incorporated into the Design to Accept Aluminum Tubing! (Not Included)
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