VK-105 (M-105), V.Ya.Klimov

Altitude (m)Power (hp)
M-105PAVK-105PF
0 10201210
700 - 1260
20001100-
2700- 1180
40001050-

Derivative of the M-100 family; VK-105P "pushechnyj" was put in mass production on several factories by special Governmental order on May 23, 1940. It became a major liquid-cooled engine used by Soviet fighters during early stages of WW-II.

Supercharged variant VK-105PF (Pushechnyj Forsirovannyj, Cannon-ready boosted) entered production in May 1942. Despite new larger oil cooler, on the early stages of service new engine suffered from overheat and could not be operated for a long time on full power (not uncommon for fighter engines).


M-105 1939? V-12cyl l.c. 1100hp

'100'

B-1
Che-2
EOI ANT-57 MDR-6

SB-B
SK-1
Pe-2 1940

Pe-2 1941

Pe-2FT
Pe-2M (1941)

Pe-2Sh

Pe-3

DB-240
Yer-2
M-105R
VK-105R
1939? V-12cyl l.c. 1100hp

Ar-2

LaGG-3

Pe-3bis
Che-2
MDR-6
LaGG-1 Pe-2 fighter

SB

Su-1

Yak-4
M-105P 1939? V-12cyl l.c. 1050hp

I-21

I-26

I-30
Yak-1 pre-production
Yak-1 'army' pre-production batch
series Yak-1 with M-105P
Yak-1 M-105P/PA

LaGG-3

Su-1 I-330

Su-3/I-360

UTI-26
M-105PA 1940? V-12cyl l.c. 1200hp

LaGG-3

Yak-1B
Pe-2 on skis
Yak-1 fighter-bomber
Yak-7M
series Yak-1
Yak-1 M-105P/PA
Yak-1 on skis
Yak-1 on skis
Yak-1 with rockets
Yak-1 with RS-82
Yak-7UTI trainer
Yak-7UTI

Yak-7

Yak-7A

Yak-7B M-105PA
VK-105PD 1941? V-12cyl l.c. with 2-stage E-100 turbocharger 1170hp
Pe-2VI (1943)
I-28 (Yak-5 1940)

I-30-1
M-105PF
VK-105PF
1942? V-12cyl l.c. 0m: 1210hp
700m: 1290hp
2700m: 1180hp

LaGG-3

Pe-2FT

Pe-2FZ
Pe-2B
Pe-2K
Pe-2R

'105'
Pe-2UT
Pe-3M
Pe-4
UPe-2

Yak-1

Yak-1 with improved airdynamics
Yak-1M
Yak-7B M-105PF
M-105PF-1
VK-105PF-1
1942? V-12cyl l.c. 1260hp

105
M-105PF-2
VK-105PF-2
1943? V-12cyl l.c. 1300hp?

Yak-3

LaGG-3 'Dubler'
M-105PF-3
VK-105PF-3
1942? V-12cyl l.c. 1360hp?

Yak-9D
M-105RA
VK-105RA
194*? V-12cyl l.c. 1110hp
Pe-2RU
M-105RF
VK-105RF
1941? V-12cyl l.c. 1210hp

Pe-2
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