Datasheets for Italian airforce planes

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    #1 tomo pauk, May 7, 2016
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    A very interesting document: download
    From: here

    The speeds for the 'serie 5' fighters are given for 2600 rpm, meaning the DB 605(and it's Italian copies) are run with ban on 'Notleistung' (2800 rpm)?
    BTW - I'd ask kind soul(s) to rectify the Wikipedia entry for the S.A.I. 207 - not 641 km/h, but 571, per above doc.
    edit: actually - 575 km/h
     
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    As the German DB 605
     
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    Of course.

    Rough translation of one sheet, by yours truly. Apologies if I got something wrong.

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    Translation is very good, you missed a m in member
    i suppose tht p.v.v. in the prop section means passo variabile in volo for google translator variable pitch i suppose missing the flying word
     
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    Thank you for the feedback :)
    Plenty of interesting types in the datasheet book, especially the multi-engine fighter/bombers. Like the SM.91 and 92, for whom the datasheets give greater max speed than Wikipedia entries. 610 and 665 km/h respectively.
     
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    that were on paper speed
     
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    Estimated speed figures are in the data sheet, for those two types?
    Yes, indeed, 'caractteristiche di progetto' - roughly, 'project estimate values'.
     
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