"Junior" Model Chevy V8 Phillip
Free style, 1/4 scale, chevy V8 250 cc , Weight 17 Kg , Cylinder head length 200 mm No rotational weight added to aid idle quality Bore, Conrod length and Stroke based on chevy 308 Fully water cooled cylinder heads and piston sleeves Scaled down starter motor with bendix and solenoid Scaled down clutch assembly and flywheel Oil pan (Sump) manufactured using 1mm sheet steel Engine block machined from billet aluminum Bore 36.5mm Stroke 30mm ( EN9 billet Crank shaft, Internal balanced) 270 degree sport camshafts 8.6 : 1 compression ratio Idle RPM ~980 Max RPM 6000 20W 50 motor oil (Crank , Rods and Cams 4 bar pressure fed ) 95 octane unleaded fuel Modified diaphragm carburetor ( To achieve Holly look alike) Optical triggered Electronic ignition 3D printed plastic distributer cap All parts manually machined, no CNC used. This was a 4 year project (Jan 2009 - Mar 2014) Special thanks to Jan & Jurie Naude for cylinder head and intake manifold castings
Ferrari V12 Engine
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Building GM's most powerful Engine Ever, the 650hp LT4 V8!
Come follow us along as we tour the GM Engine Plant in Tonawanda, NY where they build the 650hp LT4 V8 and many other engines. Note: the crankshafts shown during the machining process are for the 5.3L EcoTec3 V-8 truck engine, not the LT4. Want to support our channel? Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/speedacademy Want a Speed Academy t-shirt, hat or stickers? Here's our Shopify page: http://speed-academy.myshopify.com Follow us for up to the minute project updates: Website: http://speed.academy Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/gofastwithclass Instagram: http://instagram.com/speedacademy Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpdAcademy
Darracq V8 engine - first attempt to start the engine in 97 years
The Darracq V8 world land speed engine has been rebuilt, and the first attempt to fire it up took place in Worcestershire on Saturday 11th March 2006. We did not quite achieve it. Lortim Consultants