1/4 Ton M151 Mutt by Francois Verlinden

By Francois Verlinden

This fourteenth installment within the WARMACHINES sequence is the 3rd of the exact mini-files which makes use of the relatively few to be had images to rfile a important topic, as a result the 1/4 ton M151 Mutt. This booklet merits the reader through offering special colour pictures of the Mutt in box stipulations, from the barracks car parking zone, to deplaning from a C-130 Hercules, to present process an engine switch, to serving with the IDF (Israeli safeguard Forces). Many info are printed within the pictures, together with engine, radios, batteries, hard-top kits, delicate tops, trailers, and extra. This ebook is very valuable to scale modelers wishing to enhance the Tamiya and Academy kits, in addition to to army fans.

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No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission from the Publisher in writing. Typeset in Palatino by Phoenix Typesetting, Auldgirth, Dumfriesshire Printed and bound in England by CPI UK Pen & Sword Books Ltd incorporates the imprints of Pen & Sword Aviation, Pen & Sword Maritime, Pen & Sword Military, Wharncliffe Local History, Pen & Sword Select, Pen & Sword Military Classics and Leo Cooper.

8 litres. Whereas other manufacturers tended to favour the use of large, moderately supercharged engines to develop the necessary power, Rolls-Royce chose to utilise their expertise in the field of supercharging to a much higher degree. Even so, there was a limit to the amount of development that the Merlin could withstand and Supermarine and Rolls-Royce began to consider the options for a re-engined Spitfire shortly after the outbreak of war. 6B Schneider racers. The Buzzard, rated at 825 hp, was a larger development of the Kestrel and proved to be a particularly popular powerplant for flying-boats, including the Blackburn Iris V and the Short Sarafand.

Recovery from these dives was normal and the Spitfire XII did not shown any sign of tightening on the pull out or of producing excessive accelerations. At the opposite end of the speed range, the stalling characteristics were very similar to other Spitfires and at the weight tested the stalling speed flaps and undercarriage up was 75 mph IAS, with 65 mph IAS being noted with flaps and undercarriage down. From the pilot’s point of view aerobatics were as delightful as ever, the only variation being that a little more speed was needed for manoeuvres in the vertical plane because of the Mark XII’s increased all-up weight.

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