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Bliss Jupiter
The 1920s Bliss Jupiter featured cylinder barrels of steel, and aluminium heads secured to the barrels by studs and set screws. Invar sleeves were fitted under the nuts to compensate for unequal expansion. The piztons were of cast Y-alloy (Nickel-Aluminium).
The Jupiter was supercharged and a 2-1 epcyclic reduction gear was optional. An Eclipse starter cost extra.
Type: 9 cyl radial, air-cooled (Approved Type Certificate)
Rating: 525hp at 1700rpm
Displacement: 1750
Compression ratio: 5-1
Bore: 5.75 in
Stroke: 7.50 in
Diameter: 54.75 in
Weight: 720 lb
Fuel consumption: not more than .50 lb/hp/hr
Oil consumption: not more than .035 lb/hp/hr
Lubrication: Pressure pump, 40 lb/
Ignition: Dual GE Magneto
Carburation: Bristol Triplex
Spark plugs: 1 per cyl. K.L.G.

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