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Ranger L-440

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The Model 6-440 was the last and largest of four 6-cylinder engines produced by the Ranger Engine Division of Fairchild Aircraft.  Designated by the U.S. military as the L-440, this engine was used almost exclusively by Fairchild aircraft.

Produced by the Ranger Engine Division of Fairchild Aircraft, L-440 was first used by the U.S. Army in 1940.

Over 6,500 L-440s were built.

inverted, 6-cylinder, In-line, air cooled, piston engine
Displacement: 441 cubic inches (7.2 liters)
U.S. Air Force Museum
Dayton, OH
July 2002
 
Models Used by
 
L-440-1: 175 hp (130 kW)
Fairchild Model 24R40A
Fairchild PT-19 Cornell
 
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page updated 31 August 2004

 

 

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