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... Supermarine Spitfire- Late Merlin and Griffon engine variants. 7,400 lb (3,354 kg) 7,415 lb (3,363 kg) 8,574 lb (3,889 kg) 9,900 lb (4,490 kg) Engine Rolls-Royce Merlin 150 ... Octane fuel, +25 lb/in² boost ... Rolls-Royce Griffon III or IV Rolls-Royce Griffon 65 Rolls-Royce Griffon 85 Power 1,720 hp (1,283 kW) at 11,000 ft (3,353 m) 1,735 hp (1,293 kW) at 1,000 ft (300 m) 2,050 hp (1,530 kW) at 9,80 ...
... Supermarine Spitfire- Merlin engine variants Mk IA (K9793-early production, de Havilland two speed propeller) Mk IIA (P7280) Mk VB (W3134) L.F ... lb (3,071 kg) 6,450 lb (2,925 kg) 6,740 lb (3,057 kg) Engine Rolls-Royce Merlin III Rolls Royce Merlin XII Rolls-Royce Merlin 45 Rolls-Royce Merlin 50M Rolls-Royce ...
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... Lancastrians were allocated for engine test-bed work with turbojet engines replacing the outer Merlin engines or test piston engines in the inner nacelles ... Serial Test engine First flight Notes Nene-Lancastrian VH742 2x Rolls-Royce Nene + 2x Rolls-Royce Merlin 14 August 1946 Flew the first international all-jet ... Nene-Lancastrian VH737 2x Rolls-Royce Nene + 2x Rolls-Royce Merlin Avon-Lancastrian VM732 2x Rolls-Royce Avon + 2x Rolls-Royce Merlin Avon-Lancastrian ...
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Sing it low, or sing it loud,
It is mightier than the strong,
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“in the mind of man,
A motion and a spirit, that impels
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