R-2600, where there´s a engine ser. Nr. stamped on the block?

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  1. seesul

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    Hello,

    where there´s an engine ser. Nr. stamped on the engine block of R-2600 except of the plate.
    An engine from A-20 was found in Poland and they are trying to identify its Russian crew, more here Archeologia lotnicza ?l?sk Cieszy?ski
     

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    Hi Roman;

    Try looking in the area between the cylinder heads. The engine in question has no data plate?
     
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    I don´t know Joe but don´t think so. I´ll let them know to check the area between the cylinders.
     
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    Try to see pistons itself. But there will be producers numbers only... Nothing useful for identification - registration from late 1943 was held by USAAF Serials only.
     
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    Registration means in VVS units.
     
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