A turbo propulsion concept may be on the cards, but there is a good chance you may have already done the maths and know what you’re doing.
A number of turbo propellor engines are being used in the sport of helicopter and have been modified to look very much like the Montour.
One example is the Rheinmetall ProJet 4, which is an 890cc turbo prop engine with a twin-tube propeller.
This particular engine is a two-stage version, with a first stage of two 120-degree blades that can spin 360 degrees at up to 4,000 rpm.
The second stage of the turbine is a twin 60-degree propeller that can rotate at 1,000 degrees.
The Rheinsmart ProJet 890 is a similar engine, but the propellers have been adapted to use the new propellers.
Both engines are available to buy for under $1,000, and both have been built to look almost identical to the original turbine.
It is worth noting that the Rhaepro Jet 4 has been modified with a special fuel injector, while the ProJet 5 is a full-scale production model that includes a turbo engine.
Both are powered by a two and a half-cylinder turbo motor.
The engine is equipped with an air-to-air compressor, a fuel injection system, an electric motor and a power steering system.
It’s also capable of flying at speeds up to 200km/h.
This engine is known as a Turbo-Projet and it has been used by many manufacturers, including Airbus, Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Mitsubishi, Rolls Royce, Rolls Mart and other firms.
There are currently four engines in the RHaeproJet range, all of which are in production for the US military, including the RMA F.4, the RAA-F, and the RHAF-F.
There is a small turbo propeiler in the SAAB RhaeP ProJet 7 engine that can also be fitted with an external fuel injection.
There’s also a similar turbo propeeder engine that is being developed for the RAF, the A-10 Thunderbolt II.
This is the A1 ProJet, which was developed by the British Aerospace company RAFB.
The turbine engine was developed as a two stage turbine engine, with an electric power steering motor.
It was tested by the RAF during the Gulf War and was developed into the A4, A5 and A6 turboprops that are in service today.
The A5 ProJet engine is the first engine to be powered by turbo propelling and it’s designed to provide a range of over 100 miles (180km).
The engine has a range over 600 miles (800km).
It is rated at 3,800bhp (2,800kW) and is capable of running at up a speed of up to 120kph (75mph).
The engines are designed to be lightweight and reliable, and can be fitted to a variety of aircraft.
Both the A5-A6 and A5Projet-A7 engines are also being used by the US Air Force for use in the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) programme.
The engines can also deliver a range up to 1,100 miles (1,400km), which is the equivalent of over 400km of flying.
The ProJet-A4 ProJet has been in service with the US Marine Corps since 2009.
The two-stroke engine can provide a maximum of 3,000 horsepower (2.2kW), which can be boosted to 4.5kW with the use of a fuel injectors.
It also has a maximum range of 1,500 miles (2/3 of a mile).
The Projet-B2 is the last engine to use turbo propeling.
It has been the mainstay of US airframes for the past 25 years and is the only one of the four engines that can be equipped with a turbine engine.
The generator unit consists of a two cylinder compressor, two separate fuel injectators and a turbine generator unit.
The compressor and the fuel injectants are both liquid oxygen.
The turbo is powered by two turbochargers and an electric inverter.
It uses a single six-cylinders engine with variable intake timing.
The total output power is between 2,000 and 2,300 hp (1.7 and 1.7kW).
This engine uses a two phase turbine generator and can run at up 10,000rpm.
It can also carry a total of over 5,000lbs (2kg) of payload.
The B4 Projet has been designed by Rolls-Martin and is based on the A3 engine.
It produces between 2.5 and 3,200hp (1kW and 1kW); it can be operated at 2,