Wright Hispano-Suiza A
In 1916, the Societe d'Exploitation des Materiels Hispano-Suiza of France began manufacturing Type A engines for the Spad fighter. This 112 kw (150 shp) engine was produced under license by the U.S. Wright-Martin Corporation (later Wright Aeronautical). It was principally used on U.S. military training aircraft such as the Curtiss JN-4H.
Transferred from the U.S. Navy, Naval Supply Center, Norfolk, Virginia.
Country of Origin: United States of America
Length 144 cm (56.69 in.), Width 84.9 cm (33.4375 in.), Height 83.2 cm (32.75 in.)
Type: V-type, 8 cylinders, liquid-cooled
Power rating: 112 KW (150 hp) at 1,450 rpm
Displacement: 718.88 cu in
Bore and Stroke: 120 mm (4.72 in) x 130 mm (5.12 in)
Weight (dry): 202 kg (445 lb)
Condition: Cutaway; missing ignition wiring and data plate; exhaust manifold open; 1 protex plug broken; on stand.