User:TheLongTone/Maybach

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10o9 as a subsidiary of Luftschiffbau Zeppelin to desigh and build engines for the parent compay's airships After Zeppelin LZ 4 was destroyed by a storm at in 1908 , Willhelm Maybach offered to build a new and better airship engine for . The founding of Luftfahrzeug-Motorenbau-GmbH Bissingen followed on 23 March 1909. Wilhelm Maybach’s son Karl, who also designed the new Zeppelin engine, held the job of technical director and designed the first engine.[1] In 1912 the firm, renamed Luftfahrzeug-Motoren-GmbH, mived from Bissingen to Friedrichshafen.10o9 as a subsidiary of Luftschiffbau Zeppelin to desigh and build engines for the parent compay's airships

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Engines[edit]

Year Type HP RPM Weight lb/hp compression ratio Header text Header text Header text
1914 C-X 210 1250 414 kg (913 lb) Example 4.8:1 Example Example Example
1915 HSLu 240 1400 365 kg (805 lb) Example Example Example Example Example
1917 MBI Va 245 1400 400 kg (882 lb) Example Example Example Example Example
1908 MBI Vb 245 1400 390 kg (860 lb) Example Example Example Example Example
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