De Havilland Gipsy Queen

De Havilland Gipsy Queen

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The de Havilland Gipsy Queen is a British six-cylinder aero engine of nine litre (560 cu in) capacity that was developed in 1936 by the de Havilland Engine Company. It was developed from the de Havilland Gipsy Six for military aircraft use. Produced between 1936 and 1950 Gipsy Queen engines still power vintage de Havilland aircraft types today.

Variants

Note:
Gipsy Queen I
(1936) 205 hp, military version of Gipsy Six II. Splined crankshaft.
Gipsy Queen II
(1936) 210 hp, military version of the Gipsy Six Series II. Strengthened crankcase. Splined crankshaft for V/P airscrew.
Gipsy Queen III
(1940) 200 hp, military version of Gipsy Six, strengthened crankcase, tapered crankshaft for fixed-pitch;-1,358 built.
Gipsy Queen IV
(1941) Supercharged version, originally designated Gipsy Queen IIIS, designated Gipsy Queen 50 in June 1944.
Gipsy Queen 30; All-new engine from this point. (120mm x 150mm = 10.18 L)
(1946) 240 hp, 1,762 built.
Gipsy Queen 30-2
(1946) 240 hp.
Gipsy Queen 30-3
(1946) 240 hp.
Gipsy Queen 30-4
(1946) 240 hp.
Gipsy Queen 32
(1946) 250 hp.
Gipsy Queen 33
As Gipsy Queen 30 for pusher installation.
Gipsy Queen 34
As Gipsy Queen 30.
Gipsy Queen 50
(1944) 295 hp, Single-speed, single stage supercharger. 14 built.
Gipsy Queen 51
295 hp, as Gipsy Queen 50.
Gipsy Queen 70-1
(1946) Renamed Gipsy Six S.G, 1,889 built. Supercharged with......
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