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Manufacturer: Roden (Ukraine)
Number of parts: 27
Number of Photo-Etched details: 8
Paint: Unpainted, Unassembled, Kit do not contain paints and glue.
Condition: New in Box
The Monosoupape (French for single-valve), was an engine design used by Gnome et Rhône's later rotary engines, and first introduced in 1913. It used a clever arrangement of internal transfer ports and a single valve to replace a large number of moving parts found on more conventional rotary engines, and made the Monosoupape engines some of the most reliable of the era. British aircraft designer Thomas Sopwith described the Monosoupape as "one of the greatest single advances in aviation".
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