🇩🇪 Tiger Tank " Hand Crank Engine Start Up "

The hand crank starter, is the recommended way of starting a Tiger in cold weather conditions, it also has an electric starter. The hand crank turns a heavy flywheel at the rear of the engine, when it reaches a high rotation speed, a pin is pushed or pulled, this connects the spinning flywheel to the crank shaft, which spins up the Pistons thus starting the engine.

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"The Roar of the Tiger" Maybach Engine "Long version" キングタイガー エンジン始動
http://www.tamiya.com/japan/products/56009tiger/report.htm http://www.tamiya.com/english/products/56010tiger/tiger.htm Saumur Tank Museum http://www.musee-des-blindes.asso.fr/ フランスのソミュール戦車博物館に展示されている、世 界でただ1台の走行可能なキングタイガー重戦車。細部だ¯ç•°ãªã‚‹ã‚‚のの、タイガーI と同型式のマイバッハエンジンを搭載するこの車輌から エンジン音を録音するため、タミヤスタッフは海を渡り ました。 The only working King Tiger tank in the world is on display at the Saumur Tank Museum in France.





Tiger Tank 131 Sounding Great In The Mud and Rain.
The Maybach 230 engine was sounding great at Tiger day 2014, and the bad weather really added to the tough look of the authentic Tiger1.





Only operational Tiger tank T131 spectacular Maybach engine start up - Tank Museum Bovington UK
Just had to post this wonderful piece of living history. The mighty Tiger Tank powered by a huge Maybach petrol engine. Put your headphones on! The smell was awesome too!





The 'War Horse' Tank
The Tank Museum has obtained the tank used in Steven Spielberg's new World War One blockbuster Warhorse. The fully operational replica of a British Mk IV tank is set to go on display when the film is released next week, and will also be used in the Dorset based Museum's tank displays later in the year. The full sized replica was based on the Museum's own Mark IV, which was built in 1917. OSCAR award-wining special effects company Neil Corbould Special Effects LTD, whose credits include Saving Private Ryan and Gladiator, visited The Tank Museum in 2010 to take measurements from the vehicle and copy original documents related to the MK IV tank held in the Museum's Archive. Find out more: http://www.tankmuseum.org | http://www.tank100.com SUBSCRIBE to The Tank Museum YouTube channel: ► http://www.youtube.com/channel/UChl-XKVVBAzoEVsnbOfpcqw?sub_confirmation=1 Press the little bell above to enable NOTIFICATIONS so you don’t miss the latest Tank Museum videos. Follow The Tank Museum on FACEBOOK: ► https://www.facebook.com/tankmuseum/ Follow The TIGER Tank Collection on FACEBOOK : ► https://www.facebook.com/tigertankcollection/ Twitter: ► https://twitter.com/TankMuseum Tiger Tank Blog: ► http://blog.tiger-tank.com/ Tank 100 First World War Centenary Blog: ► http://tank100.com/




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