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Heavy_bomber_DFW_R_II_engines_in_side_Fu

he power plant is represented by four 260-horsepower Mercedes D.IVa, each of which by bevel gears and propeller shaft was connected with his propeller. Electric thermocouple allowed the pilots and flight engineer to monitor operating temperatures gears and bearings. Cooling was carried out by two engines manufactured by NFW large radiators plitovidnoy form located in interplanar gap at the top of the wing on both sides of the fuselage. Six fuel tanks 350 liters each were based on the frames behind the engine and on the upper part of the fuselage was set half protruding fuel tank with a capacity equal to the gravity tank bottom tank.

Heavy_bomber_DFW_R_II_engines_in_side_Fu
johnbr, Mar 31, 2013
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