The Fiat A.80 was an 18-cylinder, twin-row, air-cooled, radial aircraft engine produced during World War II. Rated at 1,000 hp (745 kW), it was a more powerful development of the 14-cylinder Fiat A.74.
- Fiat A.80 R.C.20
- With reduction gear and supercharger, rated altitude 2,000 m (6,600 ft).
- Fiat A.80 R.C.40
- With reduction gear and supercharger, rated altitude 4,000 m (13,000 ft).
- Fiat A.80 R.C.41
- With reduction gear and supercharger, rated altitude 4,100 m (13,500 ft).
Specifications (A.80 R.C.41)
- Type: 18-cylinder air-cooled radial
- Bore: 140 mm (5.51 in)
- Stroke: 165 mm (6.50 in)
- Displacement: 45.72 L (2789.9 cu in)
- Length: 1,155 mm (45.47 in)
- Width: 653 mm (25.71 in)
- Height: 1,335 mm (52.56 in)
- Dry weight: 725 kg (1598.4 lb)
- Valvetrain: One intake and one sodium-cooled exhaust valve per cylinder
- Supercharger: Single Speed, Single Stage. 4,100 m rated altitude
- Fuel system: 1 Fiat carburettor
- Fuel type: 87 octane
- Cooling system: air-cooled
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