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Name Cylinders Fuel / Octane Coolant Capacity (liters) Power (PS) RPM
Fiat 4, 6 Gasoline Air   35-40, 40 1,500
GAZ 202 6 Gasoline Water   70, 85 2,800, 3,400,
3,600
GAZ 203 6 Gasoline Water 3.48 liters 70, 85, 170 2,800, 3,400, 3,750
GAZ AA 4 Gasoline Water   65, 40 2,200, 3,000
GAZ M 1 4 Gasoline     50 2,800
GAZ T-26 8, 4 Gasoline Air   88-91, 91 2,200
Liberty Aero 12 Gasoline     400, 343 2,000
Liberty M-5 Aero 12 Gasoline     350 2,300
M-15 T 12 Gasoline     450 1,750
M-17 T 12 Gasoline Water   500 1,650
M-17 or M-17 L 12 Gasoline Water 46.9 L: 345, 500
450-500
500
L: 2,000, 1,450
1,400-1,450
1,450
M-17 M 12 Gasoline Water   500 2,200,
1,450
W-2 (V-2?) 12 Diesel Water 38.9 liters 500, 550 1,700, 1,800, 1,900
W-2/34 12 Diesel     500 1,800
W-2-44 12 Diesel Water   512, 520 2,000
W-2-IS, V-2-IS, V2-IS 12 Diesel Water 38.9 liters 500, 510, 513, 520, 600 2,100, 2,000, 2,200
W-2-K 12 Diesel Water 38.8 500, 513, 550, 600 2,150, 2,000
W-4 12 Diesel, Gasoline Water   300 2,000

Sources:

  1. Russian Tanks and Armored Vehicles 1917-1945, by Wolfgang Fleischer, 1999
  2. The Encyclopedia of Tanks and Armored Fighting Vehicles - The Comprehensive Guide to Over 900 Armored Fighting Vehicles From 1915 to the Present Day, General Editor: Christopher F. Foss, 2002
  3. Russian Tanks of World War II Stalin's Armored Might, by Tim Bean & Will Fowler, 2002
  4. Panzer Truppen The Complete Guide to the Creation and Combat Employment of Germany's Tank Force 1933-1942, Thomas L. Jentz, 1996
  5. Panzer Truppen The Complete Guide to the Creation and Combat Employment of Germany's Tank Force 1943-1945, Thomas L. Jentz, 1996

 

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