M-4, M.P.Makaruk


200hp air-cooling copy of the Hispano-Suiza 200, the first aircraft engine built in Russia after revolution, using all domestic parts and materials. It was built in series on former "Gnome-Rhône" factory in Moscow under supervision of M.P.Makaruk. First engine was assembled in August 1920.


M-4
(Hispano-200)
1920 a.c. 200hp -
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