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I need help with this one.

 

LeO C.30 - Licence-built Cierva C.30A autogiro with 175hp Salmson engine. (Also seen as C.305?)

LeO C.30S - (Ser. 26, reg. F-AOLL) 26th of the 60 LeO C.30 series autogiros with dash pot jump take-off rotor head and modified landing gear with disk shock absorbers.

LeO C.34 - Cierva C.34

LeO C.41 - Derived from the C.34 as a four seat light transport project.

LeO C.301 - Twenty-five Cierva C.30s modified by Sud-Est in 1938 with a 175hp (130kW) Salmson 9NE 9-cylinder radial engine and Messier oleo-pneumatic shock absorbers, plus floats for emergency water landing.

LeO C.302 - Two autogiros built by Sud-Est using spare parts from destroyed C.30 and C.30S autogiros.



-- Edited by Stingray on Monday 1st of February 2016 03:25:24 PM

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LeO C.30

license built Cierva C.30. Engines - 175 hp Salmson. Many saw service with the French Air Force and navy. All were destroyed/captured in 1940 by invading German forces.

LeO C.30S

(Ser. 26, reg. F-AOLL) 26th of the 60 LeO C.30 series autogiros. This version had the "tete sauteuse "(dash pot) jump take-off rotor head and modified landing gear with disk shock absorbers. First flight - 1936. Destroyed in 1944 by the allies during a bombing raid over Marignane where the factory was located.

 LeO C.301

C.30 modified by Sud-Est with Messier oleo-pneumatic shock absorbers and floats for emergency water landing.

LeO C-302

Two autogiros built by Sud-Est using spare parts from the destroyed C.30S (rotor components) and C.301 (landing gear with modified shock absorbers.)  Both used whole C.30 fuselages. First one was destroyed during WWII but second survived for testing rotor components, landing gear, etc. until 1949. It sits on display ar the Le Bourget Air and Space museum.



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Thanks, I'll get to modifying the list later.



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Hi all,

 

LeO C.34  was the same as Cierva C.34

LeO C.41  was developed from C.34 as a four seat light transport Autogyro project.



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Wake up call to Stingy! its 2016 and you haven't updated this yet. xD



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Modified the list.



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