|Type||Radial aero engine|
|Manufacturer||Wolseley Motors Limited|
|Major applications||Hawker Tomtit|
The Wolseley Aquarius I or A.R.7 was a British seven-cylinder, air-cooled radial aero engine that first ran in 1933, it was designed and built by Wolseley Motors. Intended for the military trainer aircraft market few were produced, as Wolseley withdrew from the aero engine market in 1936.
Data from Lumsden.
- Type: 7-cylinder, single row, radial engine
- Bore: 4.188 in (106 mm)
- Stroke: 4.75 in (120 mm)
- Displacement: 458 cu in (7.5 L)
- Length: 36.4 in (925 mm)
- Diameter: 40.25 in (1,029 mm)
- Dry weight: 375 lb (170 kg)
- Valvetrain: Overhead valve
- Fuel type: Petrol
- Cooling system: Air-cooled
- Reduction gear: Direct drive, left-hand tractor
- Power output: 170 hp (127 kW) at 2,475 rpm (maximum power)
- Specific power: 0.37 hp/cu in (16.9 kw/L)
- Compression ratio: 5.35:1
- Power-to-weight ratio: 0.45 hp/lb (0.75 kW/kg)
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- Lumsden 2003, p. 232.