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Your Ideal Tank Contest

Дата: 17.03.2010 04:40:43
View PostLuftwaffle, on 17 March 2010 - 06:32 AM, said: Ouch. Seems like the off-road suffered a bit more than I wanted it to, but thanks a ton for all the help with this. I think the 601E is a valid candidate, seeing that work on the 109F started in the beginning of 1940. This means the corresponding engine was likely available shortly after at worst, which should fit the 'mid 1940 or before' constraint. Any suggestions on things that might improve off-road performance?

MrVic: 601N is good to just found 3 original scans of specification sheets. 1939 design :)
the 601E is better tho with 1331 hp converted. 601N packs 1258.2 HP max
Both are good :) Tho best clean out the attic for that sucker and its cooling
you can bump off road up a bit I usually estimate decent bit low to be safe. General rule of thumb is half it for offroad epically the higher you speed goes tho. you run into more issues with traction at that speed ect. example is a 16 ton UK cruiser tank with 320hp does 48/23 km/h. And with HP Vs Speed, speed drops off in a curve its not 1 for 1.
Kinda funny how hard that info was to find. Seems there was a ton of varying reports from WW2 german documents on that line of engines performance specs after the 601.
Engine espically aircraft are my bad area. Think Breyd971 is probably better on this info then me. Always best to bounce info off everyone you can find too :)

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