Found interesting data about F.F.V.S J 22

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  1. Grampa

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    I Whas looking for some good picture to the "What is it" game and stumble on a webbsite that have a lot of interesting info about the F.F.V.S J22 whits I used. so here's the link if you whanna know more about this plane.

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  2. Grampa

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    In the looking for more info about the FFVS J22 I stumble in to this What if the J22 where equipt whit DB 605.
     

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    from Wikipedia
    Power came from a Swedish copy of the Pratt Whitney R-1830 Twin Wasp, manufactured without a license at the time

    Makes me wonder why Germany didn't make their own copy of the R1830 engine.
     
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    what was is going to do that the Bramo and BMW 9 cylinder engines couldn't already do almost as well? It was going to need the C3 fuel to even get close to 1200hp.
     
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