List of Aircraft engines used by Japanese Navy Air Service


List of Aircraft engines used by Japanese Navy Air Service

This is a list of aircraft engines in use by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force during World War II

Foreign Aircraft Engines

In this list are included all engines obtained from Axis and allied powers, acquired before the conflict or captured in wartime.

*Bristol Jupiter VI of 390 hp
*Junkers Jumo 210Ea of 680 hp
*Junkers Jumo 205C-4 of 660 hp
*Junkers Jumo 210Ca of 640 hp
*Daimler Benz DB601Aa of 1.175 hp
*Daimler Benz DB600G of 960 hp
*Hirth HM 504A-2 of 105 hp
*BMW 132K of 900 hp
*BMW VI of 750 hp
*BMW VI 7/3 Z of 750 hp
*BMW-Bramo 323 R-2 Fafnir of 1.200 hp
*Wright R-1820-102 of 900 hp
*Wright R-1820-G2 Cyclone of 850 hp
*Wright R-1820 Cyclone of 1.000 hp
*Wright SGR-1820-F52 of 760 hp
*Pratt and Whitney R-1690-C of 600 hp
*Pratt and Whitney R-1830-92 of 1.200 hp
*Pratt and Whitney R-2800-10 of 2.000 hp
*Rolls-Royce Kestrel V of 608 hp
*Hispano-Suiza 12 Xcrs of 610 hp
*Menasco L-365-1 of 125 hp
*Argus As 109-014 of 300 kg

Fighters and Light Aircraft Engines

*Nakajima Hikari 1 of 730 hp
*Hiro Type 91 of 620 hp
*Hiro Type 91 of 500 hp
*Hiro Type 61 of 620 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 3 of 840 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 43/44 of 1.000-1.800 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 43 of 1.080 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 51/54 of 1.300 hp
*Nakajima NK9C Homare 12 of 1.825 hp
*Nakajima NK9H-S Homare 23 of 2.000 hp
*Aichi Atsuta 32 of 1.400 hp
*Tokyo Gasu Denky Jimpu 3 of 150 hp
*Mitsubishi Zuisei 11 of 870 hp
*Mitsubishi Kasei 22 of 1.850 hp
*Mitsubishi Kasei 14 of 1.460 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4C Kasei 13 of 1.460 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4E Kasei 15 of 1.530 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4S Kasei 24 of 1.850 hp
*Nakajima Homare 11 of 1.820 hp
*Nakajima NK9H Homare 21 of 1.990 hp
*Nakajima Kotobuki 2 KAI of 600 hp
*Hitachi GK2B Amakaze 21 of 515 hp
*Nakajima Kotobuki 2 KAI of 518 hp
*Nakajima Kotobuki 2 KAI II of 518 hp
*Nakajima Kotobuki 3 of 640 hp
*Nakajima Kotobuki 41/41 KAI of 785 hp
*Mitsubishi Zusei 12 of 875 hp
*Nakajima Sakae 12 of 950 hp
*Mitsubishi MK2 Zusei 13 of 875 hp
*Nakajima Hikari 1 of 820 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 43 of 1.000 hp
*Mitsubishi Zusei 13 of 780 hp
*Nakajima Sakae 12 of 940 hp
*Nakajima NK1C Sakae 21 of 950 hp
*Nakajima Sakae 21 of 1.130 hp
*Nakajima NK1F Sakae 21 of 1.130 hp
*Nakajima NK1P Sakae 31 of 1.130 hp
*Mitsubishi MK8P Kinsei 62 of 1.560 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4C Kasei 13 opf 1.430 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4R-A Kasei 23a of 1.800 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4R-C Kasei 23c of 1.820 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4U-4 Kasei 26a of 1.820 hp
*Nakajima Kotobuki of 420 hp
*Nakajima Kotobuki of 850 hp
*Nakajima Kotobuki 2 KAI I of 580 hp
*Nakajima Kotobuki 2 KAI II of 630 hp
*Hikari of 730 hp
*Nakajima NK1B Sakae 11 of 1.000 hp
*Nakajima Hikari 2 of 700 hp
*Nakajima Hikari 3 of 770 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4T Kasei 25 of 1.850 hp
*Nakajima NK7A Mamoru 11 of 1.870 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4T-C Kasei 25c of 1.850 hp
*Nakajima NK9H Homare 21 of 1.990 hp
*Nakajima Homare 11 of 1.820 hp
*Nakajima NK9K-L Homare 24 Ru of 1.990 hp
*Nakajima Hikari 2 of 840 hp
*Mitsubishi Shinten 21 of 1.200 hp
*Hitachi Tempu 12 of 340 hp
*Aichi AE1A Atsuta 12 of 1.200 hp
*Aichi AE1P Atsuta 32 of 1.400 hp
*Mitsubishi Ha-43 Model 11 of 2,200 hp
*Nakajima Ha43 Model 21 of 1,700 hp
*Nakajima Ha43 Model 41 of 2,200 hp
*Nakajima Homare 42 of 2,200 hp
*Mitsubishi Ha42 Model 31 of 2,400 hp
*Aichi Ha70 Watar Cooling Twin Engine of 3,400 hp
*Nihonnainenki Semi 11 of 25 hp
*Hitachi Tenpu 11 of 340hp
*Hitachi Tenpuu 21 of 515hp
*Aichi Atsuta32 of 1,400hp

Bombers and Heavy aircraft engines

*Nakajima Kotobuki 41 of 780 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 43 of 1.000
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 43/46 of 1.070 hp
*Mitsubishi Kasei 22 of 1.850 hp
*Hitachi GK2C Amakaze 31 of 610 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 41,42 and 45 of 1.075 hp
*Hiro Type 91 of 750 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 2 of 830 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 3 of 910 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 51 of 1.300 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4A Kasei 11 of 1.530 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4E Kasei 15 of 1.530 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4P Kasei 21 of 1.800 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4T Kasei 25 of 1.800 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4T-P Kasei 25b of 1.850 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4T-P Kasei 25b Ru of 1.850 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4V Kasei 27 of 1.795 hp
*Mitsubishi Kasei 12 of 1.530 hp
*Nakajima NK7A Mamoru 11 of 1.870 hp
*Nakajima NK1F Sakae 21/22 of 1.130 hp
*Nakajima Kotobuki of 710 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 43 of 1.080 hp
*Mitsubishi Kinsei 51 of 1.300 hp
*Nakajima NK9C Homare 21 of 1.825 hp
*Mitsubishi MK4T-A Kasei 25a of 1.850 hp
*Mitsubishi Ha43 Model 42 of 1,660 hp
*Nakajima Homare 21 of 1,990 hp
*Nakajima Homare 22 of 1,990 hp
*Mitsubishi Ha42 Model 31 of 2,400 hp
*Nakajima Mamoru-Kai of 2,300 hp
*Nakajima Homare 24-Ru of 1,850 hp
*Nakajima Homare 12 of 1,825hp
*Nakajima NK9K-L Homare 24 rated at 2,000 hp
*Nakajima NK9K-S Homare 22 rated at 2,000 hp
*Mitsubishi Kasei 25 Otsu of 1,850 hp
*Mitsubishi "Nu-Go" Water Cooling Twin Engine of 5,000 hp
*Mitsubishi Kasei 22 of 1,850 hp
*Nakajima NK11A air-cooled radials of 2,500 hp

Rocket and Jet Engines

*Type4 1-Go Model-20 Rocket of 800 kg
*Rocket Type 4-I Model 20 of 800 kg of thrust
*Model Tsu-11 of 200 kg of thrust jet engine
*Ishikawajima Model Ne-20 of 475 kg of thrust jet engine
*Mitsubishi KR-10 (Tokuro-2) Rocket of 1,500 kg
*Mitsubishi Tokuro-3 Rocket of 2,000 kg
*Hitachi Tsu-11(Hatsukaze 12) Fan Jet Engine of 180 kg
*Ishikawajima Ne20-Kai Turbojet of 618 kg
*Ishikawajima Ne20-Kai Turbojet of 618 kg
*Tokuro-1 Type 2 Rocket of 150 kg
*Ishikawajima-Harima Ne-30 Turbojet Engine of 850Kg
*Ishikawajima Ne330 Turbojet of 1,320 hp
*Ka-10 (Argus As 109-014 of 300 kg) Pulsejet of 300Kg
*Ishikawajima Ne20 Turbojet of 475Kg
*Ishikawajima Ne20-kai Turbojet of 618Kg

ee also

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


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