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List of engines and weapons used on Japanese tanks during World War II

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List of engines and weapons used on Japanese tanks during World War II

Type 3 Chi-Nu Medium Tanks

This is a list of engines and weapons used on Japanese tanks during World War II.

Contents

  • Tank engines 1
  • Armored car engines 2
  • Tank and armored car armament 3
    • Tank guns 3.1
    • Tank and armored car machine guns 3.2
  • Tank and armored vehicle radio comunicators 4

Tank engines

  • Mitsubishi/Ishikawajima In6 air-cooled 6-cylinder gasoline engine 45(petrol) PS/1600 rpm of 45 hp (34 kW)
  • Mitsubishi A6120VD-cylinder air-cooled petrol diesel of 120 hp (90 kW)
  • Mitsubishi Diesel Engine 120 PS
  • Mitsubishi Petrol Engine 35 PS/2500 rpm
  • Mitsubishi Gasoline Engine 290 PS/1600 rpm
  • Mitsubishi Gasoline Engine 50 PS/2400 rpm
  • Mitsubishi Diesel Engine 65 PS/2300 rpm
  • Mitsubishi air-cooled 4-cyl. petrol of 32 hp (24 kW)
  • Ikegai air-cooled 4-cylinder diesel of 48 hp (36 kW)
  • Mitsubishi NVD 6120 air-cooled diesel engine 120 PS/1800 rpm of 120 hp (89 kW)
  • Mitsubishi Type 97 V-12 21.7 l diesel engine 170 PS/2000 rpm of 170 hp (130 kW)
  • Mitsubishi air-cooled 6-cylinder dieselo of 115 hp (86 kW)
  • Mitsubishi Type 100 air-cooled V-12 diesel engine 130 PS/2100 rpm of 130 hp (97 kW)
  • Mitsubishi Type 100 air-cooled V-12 diesel (Petrol)of 170 hp
  • Mitsubishi water-cooled 6cyl gasoline/diesel engine 115 PS/1800 rpm of 115hp
  • Mitsubishi Type 100 air-cooled V-12 diesel engine 240 PS/2000 rpm of 240 hp (179 kW)
  • Mitsubishi Type 4 V12 Diesel Engine 400 PS/1800 rpm with supercharger of 400 hp
  • (BMW) Kawasaki Ha-9 V12 Gasoline Engine PS/1500 rpm of 550 hp
  • Engine Straight 6 Diesel of 145hp
  • Electric Motor 2HP (Ko) and 4HP (Otsu)

Armored car engines

  • diesel engine (Petrol) 134 PS/2000 rpm of 134 hp
  • diesel engine (petrol) 65 PS/2300 rpm of 65 hp
  • air-cooled engine V8 gasoline of 130 hp

Tank and armored car armament

Tank guns

  • Type 90
  • Type 97
  • Type 94
  • Type 98
  • Type 100
  • Type 1
  • Type 1
  • Type 99
  • Type 3
  • Type 5
  • Type 99

Tank and armored car machine guns

  • Type 91
  • Type 97

Tank and armored vehicle radio comunicators

  • Radio set Type 94/Mk 4 Otsu, (Year 1934)
  • Radio set Type 94/Mk 4 Hei, (Year 1934)
  • Radio set Type 96/Mk 2 Bo, (Year 1941)
  • Radio set Type 96/Mk 4 Bo, (Year 1941)
  • Radio set Type 3 Ko, (Year 1943)
  • Radio set Type 3 Otsu, (Year 1943)
  • Radio set Type Hei, (Year 1943)
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