Argus As II
Argus As II
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Réalisation CAO de l'Argus As II

Constructeur Drapeau : Allemagne Argus Motoren
Premier vol 1914
Type Moteur à 6 pistons

Le moteur Argus As II fut utilisé pour propulser certains chasseurs allemands de la Première Guerre mondiale[1],[2].

Il s'agissait d'un moteur en ligne de 6 cylindres rassemblés par paires et refroidis par eau.



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