Bristol Jupiter Airplane Engine is a UK made 9-cylinder one-row piston radial engine that was designed during World War I by Roy Fedden before he was knighted. The Jupiter Engine was built under license by both Russia and France. Said to be one of the most reliable of engines.
The Bristol Jupiter had a power output of 435 hp at 1,575 rpm maximum continuous power and a 580 hp at 1,950 rpm for airflight take off speed.
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