Talk:Daimler-Benz DB 600

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hello

I introduce myself, name Mr Vijayendra Kumarsingh Balluck (Ritesh), and I am a technical person living in Mauritius. I am actually working on a project concerning design of Propeller. I am sure and confident that it is an innovating exercise, so kindly introduce me some people in your design office and this will give us a mutual opportunity to progress in my project.

I look forward for the introduction.

Many thank for your collaboration.

Best regards

Vijayendra K. Balluck

email: ritesh_balluck@yahoo.com Address: Solferino No 3, Vacoas, Mauritius

Hallo Vijayendra,

I've extended this stub, adding information on DB600 variants and a section on comparable engines. Apart from listing DB600 aircraft I don't know if there's much more that can be added; other DB6-- pages follow a similar layout.

Regards

Jeff W. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Minorhistorian (talkcontribs) 22:19, 21 November 2007 (UTC)

Messerschmitt Bf 162[edit]

All available scources (including Wikipedia) show the Bf 162s were DB 600 powered. Note also the engine cowlings of the DB 600 powered Bf 110 V1 through V3 prototypes (from which the Bf 162 and Bf 161 were derived) look very similar to those of the Bf 162 and the later Jumo powered Bf 110 B series. Minorhistorian (talk) 23:08, 25 November 2007 (UTC)