The R-4360 Wasp Major 28-Cylinder Aircraft Engine: The Largest and Most Complicated Piston Engine Ever Mass- Produced in U.S.
If you're familiar with engine stuff, especially the widely-known engines with Unites States origin, then you probably have heard about the R-4360.
With its official name The Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp Major, the R-4360 is a 28-cylinder four-row supercharged air-cooled radial piston aircraft engine designed and manufactured during the WWII. It was the largest-displacement aviation piston engine to be mass produced in the U.S. and it has its first run in 1944. Today, we take a look at this iconic aircraft engine and see it while in action. This engine is so big and powerful that it looks like a giant monster trying to devour you just in microseconds.
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