Fiat CR.10

The Fiat CR.10 was a version of the successful CR.1 biplane fighter that was powered by the Fiat A.20 engine. The original CR.1 was an unusual sesquiplane fighter, with a larger lower and small upper wing (the reverse of the standard arrangement), powered by a 300hp Hispano-Suiza engine. The CR.10 retained the basic configuration of the CR.1, but was powered by the new 410hp Fiat A.20 12-cylinder inline engine, with two Lamblin radiators located on the front legs of the fixed landing gear. A single prototype of the CR.10 was produced and tested, but work then moved onto the much improved Fiat CR.20.

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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (8 November 2010), Fiat CR.10 ,

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