New Aero Diesel Making Progress

A young American company is reporting steady progress in its development of a water-cooled, six-cylinder, twin-turbocharged 350-hp “Flat-V” diesel engine intended to replace gasoline power plants on light general aviation aircraft and for use in unmanned aerial vehicles. Engineered Propulsion...

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