M-11, A.D.Shvetsov

M-11 engine (48k), courtesy of Sergey Andreev

This light engine was in production until 1953 - almost for 30 years! In wide service - until 1959. Some aircraft are still flying powered with original M-11.

About 120,000 engines were built, providing power to more than 50,000 aircraft!

References:Links:
  • 'Mount horses, guys!' in the 'Krylia Rodiny' magazine;
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    M-11 1928? 5cyl a.c. 100hp

    AIR-6

    AIR-6A

    AIR-10

    AIR-12

    AIR-14

    Anito-1

    BOK-5

    BICh-14 TsKB-10

    G-15

    G-20

    G-27

    G-30
    G-11M

    G-39

    Guep-1

    IT-9

    K-10

    KAI-1

    KhAI-4 'Iskra'

    LEM-2 OKA-33

    LEM-3 LIG-6

    LK-1 NIAI-1
    Fanera-1

    MU-2

    NV-1

    NV-2

    NV-4

    OSGA-101

    Po-2 U-2

    RK LIG-7

    SAM-5

    SAM-5bis

    SAM-5-2bis

    Sh-2

    Sh-26

    SPL, Gidro-1

    U-2(AP)

    U-2(SP)

    U-5

    UPB

    UT-1

    UT-2

    VVA-1
    AIR-9 AIR-9bis MU-3
    Sh-2 shipborn U-2 with thick wing
    M-11E 193*? 5cyl a.c. 150hp

    AIR-12

    G-20

    G-21

    Sche-2
    TS-1

    G-23
    G-23bis

    UT-2, Ya-20, '20' prototype
    Yak-6
    M-11F 1942? 5cyl a.c. 140hp
    MP
    '111' 'Pegas'
    M-11D ? 5cyl a.c. 115hp

    Yak-5
    M-11G ? 5cyl a.c. 115hp

    U-5
    M-11FM 1944? 5cyl a.c 110/145hp

    MiG-8

    Yak-10

    Yak-13
    M-11FR 1946 - 160hp

    Yak-10

    Yak-18U
    M-11FN 1939? 5cyl a.c.
    turbocharged
    200hp

    SAM-5bis
    Modified February 11, 1998
    and Sergey Andreev;
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