The Hawker Hurricane was the mainstay of the RAF during the early years of World War II. It saw extensive service in the Battle of Britain, over the Mediterranean and even saw action on the Eastern Front. Reliable, sturdy, rugged and effective this fighter proved itself time and again in action against the Luftwaffe. With a 1, 260 horsepower Merlin engine the Hurricane was, for its time, one of the best fighters ever produced. This detailed, technical manual reveals the technology behind the Hurricane's fighting ability. It examines the aircraft's engine, armament, controls, design and technical specifications to give a clear picture of the plane's strengths and limitations. Technical drawings, electrical plans and cockpit photographs support the text. The Hurricane II Manual is a facsimile of the original official workshop manual - used by the personnel who flew and maintained the aircraft - first published in the 1940s.This leaf issued with A .Ap.. No. 41 February, 1944 AJU564B, VoL I SECTION 6 ELECTRICAL AND RADIO WIRING AND SERVICING Introduction ... ... Interpretation of diagrams LIST OF CONTENTS Testing and maintenance Undercarriageanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Hurricane II Manual|
|Publisher||:||Greenhill Books/Lionel Leventhal - 1944|