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Turbomeca Marboré
Teledyne Continental J69

The Engine Specifications
The Turbomeca Marboré I was an enlarged version of the Palas and was first flown in 1951.

In 1951 Continental obtained a license to build the Marboré II, designating their version the Model 352.  The U.S. military designated this engine the J69.  The J69-9 produced from 660 to 880 lbs thrust.

Continental began adding transonic axial compressor stages.  These improved Model 356 engines produces up to 1,920 lbs (8.5 kN) thrust.

Axial/Centrifugal-flow turbojet
Marboré II
photo courtesy Jeff Corr
Models Used by
J69-T-25: 1,025 lb (4.6 kN) thrust
J69-T-29: 1,700 lb (7.6 kN) thrust
Marboré II: 882 lb (3.9 kN)
Marboré VI: 1,058 lb (4.7 kN) thrust
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page updated 21 September 2003



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