Merlin engine

Merlin engine

Number of parts About80parts
Size Length About110mm(1/16Scale)
Material White metal

Recreate an engine that left its mark on history!

The detail, luster and weight of this model can’t be captured with just one look – the model is small but expertly crafted. 

What is the Merlin engine?

The Merlin engine was developed by Rolls-Royce, a British automobile maker. During the World War II the Rolls-Royce Merlin was installed on many fighter planes, most notably on the British Spitfire and the USAF P-51 Mustang. It is considered to be the most successful reciprocating engine for military aircraft.
    ※ reciprocating engine: A type of heat engine that uses one or more reciprocating pistons to convert pressure into a rotating motion. Also known as a piston engine.

Voice from the developer

The Merlin engine was liquid-cooled while the engine used for Zero fighters was air-cooled. Both were representative engines used in the same era but their structure is totally different. I hope you can compare the difference. We reproduced the Rolls-Royce Merlin with great attention to detail.

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