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Armstong Siddeley Viper
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Rolls Royce Viper

The Engine Specifications (early Marks)
 
Initially designed by Armstrong Siddeley as a 'short-life' engine for the Jindivik target drone, the Viper has been in production for 50 years...first with Armstrong Siddeley, then with Bristol Siddeley and finally Rolls Royce.

More than 5,500 Viper engines have been built with 13 million hours of service.  The Viper first entered service in 1953.

Turbojet
Compressor: 7-stage
Mass flow: 32 lbs/sec
Pressure ratio: 4
 
Models Used by
 
Mk 202: 2,500 lb (11.1 kN)
Hunting Percival P.84 Jet Provost
 
Related Pages
 
More about Armstrong Siddeley
More about Bristol Siddeley
More about Rolls-Royce
 

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