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Anonymous, 18.04.2021 15:53

One might speculate that the main problem with this aircraft may have been the engine. None of the aircraft fitted with the Benz Bz III series of engines were accepted for production. Unlike the more famous Mercedes D III straight-six engines used on numerous German aircraft, such as the Fokker D VII, the 195-hp Benz was a liquid-cooled V-8, inspired by the French Hispano-Suiza 8A, but it was never successful.




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