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Where is the exhaust on the 313 engines?
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The picture posted is not a 313, that is a 311, I think, it had radial engines. The 313/314 had inverted inline engines. On the Swiss version of the 313, they have exhausts on the bottom of the engine nacelles, but I don't see that on any pictures of the Italian 313/314.
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I know that, but did you check the link? Laughing
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Engine nacelle, and that's about all you get.
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Underbelly of engine gondola, twelve holes in two rows in a panel painted black -an poorly visible for that reason-.



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Stefano, thank you very much. Do you mind me asking where you got that picture? It is not one I've seen.

Also on the sides there are two round pipes that look like a breather pipe and that is what I see in most pictures. But on the Italeri Ca 313/314 kit there is a rectangular piece there like it is a covering for the small pipe. I've seen the small rectangle on a few drawings but never on a photo. Any ideas?
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Hi Paperquest,
Sorry, I had forgotten the reference: it's by Ali d'Italia no. 24 - Caproni Ca.311/314, page 54.
The rectangular structure in the kit is a scoop fairing used at least by Ca.313 RPB1 variant. There are some pictures showing an example during the test with a torpedo (that was never used in service, indeed) and this was the inspiration for the Italeri (formerly Supermodel) kit. The picture is by the same book as above, page 31.



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Thanks for answering. I really appreciate it.

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