Klimov VK-105

The VK-105 was a development of the VK-103 and was the most numerous model of Klimov V-12 engines with over 100,000 produced. Designated the M-105 when introduced in 1939, this engine was re-designated the VK-105 in 1941.


  • VK-105PF-2: 1,300 hp (969 kW)


  • Liquid cooled, 12-cylinder, vee piston engine
  • displacement: 35.1 litres
  • bore x stroke: 148 x 170 mm

used by

  • Yakovlev Yak-3