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Jumo 224 and 224

Justo Miranda

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From "Luftwaffe over America" by Manfred Griehl
Greenhill Books 2004
 

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Anyone interested in the Jumo 225? If so, I will post a drawing of this "hochleistungsmotor".

p.s. By the way, Justo, the first one is the Jumo 222.
 

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Taken from the latest edition of Kyrill von Gersdorff`s "Flugmotoren uns Strahltriebwerke". Enjoy.
 

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Interesting that the 225 is shorter than the 222 yet has another two cylinders in the block. It looks like most of the reduction in length comes from reducing the size of the reduction gearing?
 

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The example of the Jumo 222 shown is an early model,according to the same source, who gives a photo of a so-called late model,shorter, with hardly a reduction gear.
 
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