List of aircraft engines in use by Japan during World War II


List of aircraft engines in use by Japan during World War II

This is a list of aircraft engines in use by Japan during World War II.

Foreign aircraft engines

Engines acquired before the conflict, provided from Axis allies, or captured during the war.

*Argus As 10C (240 hp)
*BMW 801D-2 (1,700 hp)
*BMW 801E (1,900 hp)
*BMW VI (60 hp)
*BMW IX (500-800 hp)
*Daimler-Benz DB 601Aa (1,175 hp)
*Daimler Benz DB 601F (1,350 hp)
*Hirth HM 504A-2 (105 hp)
*Hirth HM 580H (240 hp)
*Junkers Jumo 210Ca (640 hp)
*Junkers Jumo 210C (600 hp)
*Junkers Jumo 210G (700 hp)
*Junkers L5 (280 hp)
*BMW 12E (660 hp)
*BMW VI (750 hp)
*BMW 003E-1/2 (800 kg thrust)
*Argus As 109-014 (300 kg thrust)
*Fiat A.80 RC 41 (1,000 hp)
*Wright R-1820 Cyclone 9 (1,200 hp)
*Wright R-3350-23 Cyclone 18 (2,000 hp)
*Wright R-1820-40 (1,200 hp)
*Wright SGR-1820-F52 (760 hp)
*Allison V-1710-39 (1,150 hp)
*Wright R-1820-44 (1,000 hp)
*Lorraine-Dietrich 12Eb (450 hp)
*Lorraine 12 Hfrs/Hgrs Petrel (780 hp)
*Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar IVC (400 hp)
*Bristol Mercury VIS2 (640 hp)
*Bristol Jupiter VII (500 hp)
*Cirrus Hermes IV (130 hp)
*Wright R-1820-G3B (900 hp)
*Daimler-Benz DB601 Modified Water Cooled Engine (1,550 hp)
*Klimov M-105PF (1,210 hp)
*M-25V (750 hp)
*Shvetsov M-62 (1,000 hp)
*Shvetsov M-62R (1,000 hp)
*Shvetsov M-62 (1,000 hp)
*M-103 (960 hp)
*Hispano-Suiza 12Xcrs (690 hp)

Fighters and light aircraft engines

*Kawasaki Ha201 (2,350hp)
*Kawasaki Ha-9-IIa (850 hp)
*Kawasaki Ha-9-IIa (950 hp)
*Kawasaki Ha-140 (1,500 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-33 Model 62 (1,500 hp)
*Mitsubishi Army Type 4 Ha-112-II (1,500 hp)
*Kobe (Argus As 10c) (240 hp)
*Hitachi Ha-12 (510 hp)
*Hitachi Ha-13a (510 hp)
*Nakajima H-8 (550 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-102 (1,050 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type 97 Ha-5 KAI (960 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-6 (825 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-5 KAI (850 hp)
*Mitsubishi Army Type 99 Ha-26-II (940 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-112-II (1,500 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-8 (640 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type 97 Ha-1b (710 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type 99 Ha-25 (980 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type 1 Ha-115 (1,150 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-115-II (1,230 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type 2 Ha-109 (1,320 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-145 (2,000 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type 4 Ha-45 (1,900 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-45-12 (1,825 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-45 (1,990 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-45-23 (1,900 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-45-25 (2,000 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-33 Model 62 (1,500 hp)
*Hitachi Army Type 95 Ha-13a (350 hp)
*Nakajima NZ (150 hp)
*Hitachi Army Type 95 Ha-12a (150 hp)
*Hitachi Army Type 95 Ha-13a (510 hp)
*Hitachi Army Type 98 Ha-13a (510 hp)
*Nakajima Ha44-12-Ru (Ha219-Ru) (2,450 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha211-Ru (2,200 hp)
*Kobeseiko-Argus As10 (250 hp)
*Nakajima Ha115 (1,150 hp)

Bombers and heavy aircraft engines

*Nakajima Ha-20b (730 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type 99 Ha-25 (1,050 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-102 (1,080 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-25 (950 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type Ha-115 (1,150 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type 99 (990 hp)
*Mitsubishi Army Type 4 Ha-112-II (1,500 hp)
*Mitsubishi Army Type 4 Ha-112-II Ru (1,500 hp)
*Hitachi Type 98 Ha-12a (510 hp)
*Nakajima Kotobuki 2 KAI 1 (460 hp)
*Nakajima Kotobuki 5 (550 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-2-II (944 hp)
*Mitsubishi Army Type 100 Ha-101 (1,500 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-5 KAI (850 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-26-I (900 hp)
*Mitsubishi Army Type 1 Ha-102 (1,080 hp)
*Mitsubishi Army Type 4 Ha-112-II Ru (1,100 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type 97 Ha-5 KAI (950 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-102 (1,050 hp)
*Mitsubishi Army Type 4 Ha-104 (1,900 hp)
*Mitsubishi Army Type 4 Ha-104 Ru (1,900 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-214 (2400 hp)
*Nakajima Kotobuki 2-I (580 hp)
*Nakajima Kotobuki 41 (780 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-1b (780 hp)
*Nakajima Army Type 2 Ha-109 (1,450 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-5 KAI (950 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-41 (1,250 hp)
*Nakajima Ha-117 (2,420 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-26-I (900 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-102 (1080 hp)
*Hitachi Army Type 98 Ha-13a (510 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha-211 Ru (2,200 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha104-Ru (2,000 hp)
*Mitsubishi Ha211M (1,970 hp)

Rocket and Jet Engines

*Mitsubishi KR10 Tokuro-2 Rocket (1,500 kg)
*Mitsubishi Tokuro-3 Rocket (2,000 kg)
*Ishikawajima Ne-130 Turbojet (908 kg)
*Nakajima Ne-230 Turbojet (885 kg)
*Mitsubishi Tokuro-1 Type3 Rocket (240 kg)

References

See also

*List of aircraft engines
*List of Aircraft engines used by Japanese Navy Air Service


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