There were indeed 11 pairs of smaller wheels and whilst the prototype and early twin engined machines were powered by the BMW 801 engine, the insatiable demand of the Fw190 for this unit meant that all future four engine machines were flown with the 1,200 h.p. BMW-Bramo 323R 9 cylinder radial.
John Paul Withill, e-mail, 29.11.2012 03:25
Hi - I like this plane - how many troops could it carry ???
mordechai dessaur, e-mail, 08.02.2012 10:19
I would very much like to know the capabilities of this aircraft, how many people it could carry and what kind of vehicles or other cargo. Thank you in advance
AJVM, e-mail, 23.09.2011 03:18
Fondly nicknamed the "Tausendfussler" (millipede), for obvious reasons.
klaus, e-mail, 04.09.2009 16:41
Wonder HOW did they : - design - prototipe - product these planes IN TRUE WA CONDITIONS !........and without the ......."Bill Gates miracles" called ?! Or I think they did/made them EXACTLY because there were ZERO "mirlacles" like the ones up-mentioned :-))))
CHEN, e-mail, 11.10.2007 18:16
Bruce, e-mail, 27.03.2007 17:31
Please, eleven pairs of supplementary wheels, not ten !