Developed in parallel with the D.IX and possessing a
similar slab-sided fuselage, the D.X was powered by a
195hp Benz Bz Illbo eight-cylinder water-cooled
engine, and participated in the second D-type Contest
held at Adlershof in June 1918. Armament comprised
the usual pair of machine guns. Development progressed
no further than prototype trials.
| Take-off weight||905 kg||1995 lb|
| Empty weight||666 kg||1468 lb|
| Wingspan||9.84 m||32 ft 3 in|
| Length||6.18 m||20 ft 3 in|
| Max. speed||170 km/h||106 mph|
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