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WACO Model 9 Powered with OX-5, OXX6 and 150 & 180 Hispano Suiza Engines Instruction  Manual

WACO Model 9 Powered with OX-5, OXX6 and 150 & 180 Hispano Suiza Engines Instruction Manual

SPAD S-XII 1917 Type: Fighter Manufacturer: Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés Designed By: Louis Béchereau First Introduced: 1916 Powerplant: Hispano-Suiza 8C, Water cooled V-8, 200 hp. Wingspan: 8.00 m Length: 6.40 m Empty Weight: 587 kg Loaded Weight: 883 kg Maximum Speed: 203 km/h Service Ceiling: 6850 m Crew: 1 Armament: 1 ×x 37 mm Puteaux single shot cannon 1× 0.303 in (7.7 mm) Vickers machine gun on some versions

SPAD S-XII 1917 Type: Fighter Manufacturer: Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés Designed By: Louis Béchereau First Introduced: 1916 Powerplant: Hispano-Suiza 8C, Water cooled V-8, 200 hp. Wingspan: 8.00 m Length: 6.40 m Empty Weight: 587 kg Loaded Weight: 883 kg Maximum Speed: 203 km/h Service Ceiling: 6850 m Crew: 1 Armament: 1 ×x 37 mm Puteaux single shot cannon 1× 0.303 in (7.7 mm) Vickers machine gun on some versions

Fokker G1 prototype with Hispano Suiza engines

Fokker G1 prototype with Hispano Suiza engines

Wooden Tulipwood Torpedo car from the Hispano-Suiza.

Wooden Tulipwood Torpedo car from the Hispano-Suiza.

Wright Hispano-Suiza H-3, V-8 Engine Power rating: 242 kW (325 hp) at 1,800 rpm Displacement: 18.47 L (1,127 cu in) Bore and Stroke: 140 mm (5.51 in) x 150 mm (5.91 in) Weight: 281.2 kg (620 lb) Famed designer Mark Birkigt was from Switzerland, but his aircraft engines were built elsewhere. Hispano-Suiza engines were under license in the United States.  Improvements in the Model H-3 made by Wright Aeronautical raising its output as high as 280 kW (375 shp).

Wright Hispano-Suiza H-3, V-8 Engine Power rating: 242 kW (325 hp) at 1,800 rpm Displacement: 18.47 L (1,127 cu in) Bore and Stroke: 140 mm (5.51 in) x 150 mm (5.91 in) Weight: 281.2 kg (620 lb) Famed designer Mark Birkigt was from Switzerland, but his aircraft engines were built elsewhere. Hispano-Suiza engines were under license in the United States. Improvements in the Model H-3 made by Wright Aeronautical raising its output as high as 280 kW (375 shp).

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