Flat 6 engine
An animation of a flat 6 boxer engine. Three piston pairs firing at every
120 degrees. Used most commonly in Porsche 911s.
V6 engine animation
An animations of a v6 engine, 120 degree spread. An even fire engine with
two pistons per crank pin. This is not a common v6 configuration because it
makes the engine too wide to fit into most vehicles.
Rotary and Boxer Engine Combined Design
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" The World's First Bicycle With Unlimited Free Energy".
Hi. The cost of fuel is very high now. I am very excited already to produce
a prototype of my "SUPER-EFFICIENT ENGINE SYSTEM". I believe I already
perfected the design. I have the honor to propose to you for financement
THE SUPER-EFFICIENT ENGINE SYSTEM For MOTORCYCLE ( 1-cylinder)
Project Total Cost : 5,200 U.S Dollars
Project Duration : 8 months
Finance Budget Per Month : 650.00 U.S Dollars
You become my only partner with 50/50 profit sharing if you finance the
said project. We will make a written agreement.
THE FOLLOWING AGENCIES THAT HIGHLIGHTS THE PROJECT ARE THE FOLLOWING:
1.) The World Bank Group, 19 Nov. 2003 " offered very high quality idea..."
2.) Mapua Institute of Technology, 3 Dec. 2003 " It is amazing that such an
engine system has been designed."
3.) The Department of Science and Technology ( Philippines), 10, Nov. 2003
" The proposed design aims to extend the travel of the crankshaft... This
may result in an increase in the compression ratio."
4.) Technological University of the Philippines, 23 Dec. 2003 " seems to be
a promising one."
5.) Daimler Chrysler Germany, 19 Aug 2004 " Efficient and with quality..."
6.) BMW Group Germany, 27, Feb, 2008 " The promising project."
7.) EE.DOE.GOV ( U.S.A by Engr. Rogelio Sullivan) 9, March 2008 " The
concept is innovative. Very interesting. "
8.) Technology Application and Promotion Institute , 21 Sept. 2004
Department of Science and Technology ( Philippines) " Potential
9.) University of the Philippines, July 2006 " positive..."
This project is patent pending with application no: 22002000386 (IPO, 11
Copyright No. 2003-343 ( National Library, 11 Dec. 2003)
Very truly your's,
Genaro Francis A. Tabag
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Flat 12 engine
An animation of a flat 12 engine. 6 piston pairs firing at every 60
degrees. Notice that the layout is NOT a boxer, 2 pistons share a common
Flat 8 engine animation
An animation of a flat 8 boxer engine. Like a crossplane V8, each cylinder
bank fires twice in succession. The firing order is not from any particular
make or model.
Learn About Subaru Boxer Engine Technology
The Boxer Engine is a Subaru Core Technology. Learn about its benefits and
advantages. Web: http://www.newroads.ca/blog/tag/subaru-technology/
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Staight 4 engine animation
An animation of a straight / inline 4 engine. Two piston pairs, and firing
every 180 degrees. Nothing too exciting here, but this is one of the most
common types of engine.
V8 engine animation
An animation of a flatplane V8 engine. A flatplane V8 is basically two
inline 4 engines sharing a common crank. 4 piston pairs, 2 on each side.
This type of V8 is most commonly used in Ferrari's.
Build a JET ENGINE using only a DRILL, GRINDER and duck tape (NO WELDING)
They are simple and you can make one even if you don,t have a workshop and
a range of tools, well thats at least what my plan is but will it work or
will it just turn out to be a waste of time......
See if it works here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EorMrpM6q9Q
All parts used in this video can be viewed on my website here at this
also follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/colin_furze
and my facebook page
To see how to make one properly click here
and then what happenes when you use it to cook
enjoy and hope i can inspire someone.
music by MARCH TO THE GRAVE
2015 Subaru WRX Manual Turbocharged 2.0-Liter Flat-4 Engine Performance
Premium, But Not Upscale
We adopted a Lightning Red WRX in mid-level Premium trim, which adds fog
lights, a sunroof, a subtle rear spoiler, and an all-weather package that
includes heated front seats, heated mirrors, and a windshield-wiper deicer
embedded in the windshield. Despite the trim name, the WRX is still marked
by a typically humble Subaru interior with straightforward style and basic
materials. By passing on the Limited trim, we missed out on a power
driver’s seat, leather-trimmed upholstery, LED headlights, proximity
entry, and push-button ignition. Our sole upgrade is a $2000 package that
brings navigation and a Harman/Kardon nine-speaker stereo, raising our
final price to $31,290. You’ll have to look elsewhere for a 40,000-mile
review of Subaru’s first CVT installed in a WRX, because we equipped our
long-termer with the standard six-speed manual—the better to enjoy a
268-hp turbocharged sports sedan.
Ready for Launch
The better to launch the WRX, too. Getting a four-wheel-drive car out of
the hole quickly requires a lot of revs, or in the WRX’s case, all of the
revs. With the 1000-mile break-in cleared, we spun the engine to the
6700-rpm redline and dropped the left pedal with only a whisper of clutch
slip. Then we did it a dozen more times looking for the quickest
We used this technique—combined with short-shifting into second gear at
5300 rpm—to great effect during an earlier WRX road test, recording a
4.8-second zero-to-60 time. Yet in more than a dozen attempts, our
long-termer couldn’t quite match that feat. Instead it peaked at 5.0
seconds in the run to 60 mph and 13.7 seconds through the quarter mile with
a trap speed of 101 mph. Not too shabby for a $30,000 four-door, eh? The
chassis numbers were equally impressive with our WRX stopping from 70 mph
in 157 feet and rounding the skidpad at 0.91 g.
Boost From a Bygone Era
Through the first 2000 miles, our WRX has been trouble-free and
well-received. Drivers have called out the excellent electric power
steering (which was first perfected on the BRZ) and a more polished
cockpit. You won’t mistake the interior for a Volkswagen’s, but our
staff has noticed better fits, improved finishes, and a quieter ride than
in previous WRXs. We are, however, disappointed to see the same small
touch-screen head unit with tiny icons that’s used in the BRZ.
While the output of the turbocharged
2.0-liter flat-four—268 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of
torque—is nothing to scoff at, power delivery is lumpy and peaky. We
shift early in first gear for our testing because the power falls off above
5300 rpm. Lower in the rev range there’s a sudden surge of Boost indicative of turbo lag. In an age when turbocharged engines are practically mainstream
and their power curves have been smoothed out, this Subaru flat-four still
drives like an R&D experiment from the early 1990s. Of course, that’s
right around when the WRX was born, and Subaru’s rally-inspired road car
has come a long way in that time. Whether it has the chops to keep up with
younger concepts like the BRZ remains to be seen. http://autoblackzone.com/