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05 Rolls Royce Merlin Engine

Rolls Royce Merlin V1650 V-12 Aircraft Engine Specifications:

Packard and Rolls Royce Merlins at other aviation museums in the northeast
Packard Merlin V1650 Rolls Royce Merlin
Rolls Royce Merlin V1650 aircraft engine at the Vintage Wings of Canada museum in Gatineau, Ontario Rolls Royce Merlin at the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks, CT
Rolls Royce Merlin Engine Packeard Merlin V1650 Engine
Another Rolls Royce Merlin Engine at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Mount Hope, Ontario Packard Merlin Engine at the Air Mobility Command Museum in Dover, DE
  Rolls Royce Merlin XX
  Rolls Royce Merlin XX at the RCAF Museum in Trenton, Ontario, Canada

Number of Cylinders: 12
Displacement: 1,649 ci
Bore: 5.4 inches
Stroke: 6 inches
Compression Ratio: 6:1
Aspiraton: Bendix-Stromberg PD18 Carburetor, Two Stage Supercharger with Water/Methanol Injection
Fuel: 100 octane aviation gasoline
Weight: 1,690lbs
Length: inches
Diameter: inches
Output: 1,735hp at 3,000rpm
First Flight: 1941
Airframes used on:
P-51 Mustang, Late P-40 Warhawk, Spitfire, Hurricane, Mosquito, Lancaster Bomber
Built in:
Cost: $25,000