WW1 Clerget 9B Rotary Engine (Full Cylinders)
The Clerget 9B was a nine-cylinder rotary aircraft engine of the WW1 era designed by Pierre Clerget. Manufactured in both France and Great Britain. Beginning in 1911, and until manufacturing rights were sold to Renault, Clerget, Blin, and Cie of Paris, France, built various types of airplane engines, but mainly air-cooled rotaries. During World War I, the company's effort was concentrated almost entirely on this type of engine. Gwynnes, Ltd., Hammersmith Iron Works, London, England, controlled the British manufacturing rights on Clerget engines.
Commonly Found in Aircraft Such As:
Nieuport 12 and 17, Nieuport Triplane, Pommier, Caudron, CSL, MS 30 and 35, and Spad. Numerous British aircraft were also powered by the Type 9B, among them the: Avro 504C/K/L and 531/A Spider; Bristol 10 M.1A and 11 M.1B; Cierva C.6C/D and C.8R Autogiro; and Sopwith Baby, Triplane, F.1 Camel, Scooter, Triplane, and LCT 1-1/2 Strutter.
-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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