Wright R-2600

This 14-cylinder double-row radial engine had a single-stage two-speed centrifugal supercharger with an impeller diameter of 11 inches which had a blower ratio of 7.06:1 at slow speed and 10.06:1… Continue reading Wright R-2600

Salmson 9-AD

  The bulk of these engines were made in France. After they had produced liquid-cooled radial engines between 1908 to 1918, the company changed its focus to air-cooled to reduce… Continue reading Salmson 9-AD

Ranger L-440

The Fairchild Aerial Camera Corporation of Farmingdale, Long Island, New York, entered the aircraft engine business in 1925, by forming the Fairchild-Caminez Engine Corporation to develop and produce air-cooled engines… Continue reading Ranger L-440

Curtiss OX-5

The 90 hp OX-5 was one in a series of Glenn Curtiss liquid-cooled V-8 aircraft engines, which had started as a series of air-cooled V-twins for motorcycles in 1902. The… Continue reading Curtiss OX-5