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Radial engines . Radial engines - R3, R5, R7, R9, R14, R18, R28. Not the models of any original engines, just to show the cylinder configurations. . R5 - e.g. M11 mounted on Polikarpov Po-2, and UT-2: R7 - e.g. Armstrong Siddeley Genet Major: R9 - like Wright Whirlwind: R14 - the first one that comes to my mind is Gnome-Rhone GR-14 (a lot of pre-war and war planes, polish among others): R18 - the most popular engine of this configuration is probably P&W R2800 (P-47, F4U, a plenty of other planes of the II World War): R28 - the most popular engine of this configuration is P&W R-4360 Wasp Major (last versions of Corsair - Goodyear F2G, a number of various other post-war planes):


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