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Tiger Aircraft Engine

The Armstrong Siddely Tiger, originally named the Jaguar Major, was 14-cylinder staggered radial aircraft engine. It was powerful for its day, achieving 920 hp (580 kW)in 1938, but it had a poor record of reliability and was superseded by other designs by the time war broke out in the Pacific.

Model
Horsepower
Wattage
Tiger VI
760 hp 567 kW

A small number were still in use in obsolescent aircraft, such as the Shark.

References

Gunston (2006)



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