Messerschmitt ME109E-4 Engine

Messerschmitt ME109E-4 9/JG51 Engine

Messerschmitt ME109E-4

Fw. Klotz

9/JG51

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This is the engine from a Messerschmitt ME109E-4 flown by Fw. Klotz, flying escort to the second wave of bombers heading for London on the 15th September, 1940 (Battle of Britain Day). Shot down by Pilot Officer “Bunny” Current of 605 Squadron. Crashed at Mascalls Corner, Paddock Wood, Kent.

 DB601 - v12, fuel injected

Up to 1,100 PS (809.0 kW; 1,085.0 hp) at sea level with 2,400 rpm, up to 1,020 PS (750.2 kW; 1,006.0 hp) at 2,400 rpm and 4,500 m (14,800 ft) altitude, B4 fuel.

Messerschmitt ME109E-4 Engine
Messerschmitt ME109E-4 Engine
Messerschmitt ME109E-4 Engine
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