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World's Smallest Supercharged V8 [vid]

Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by 2wheelsagain, Apr 27, 2008.

  1. #1 2wheelsagain, Apr 27, 2008
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    This is seriously a cool bit of engineering. Note the size of the drill :wink:
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  3. 92.67 cubic centimeter capacity.

    12'000rpm sounds very conservative for a V8 that size, the piston speeds would be pretty slow.
     
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  4. so, will it fit in the little Prilla?

    tiny V8s, turbo-charged motorcycles, car-mounted jet-thrusters
    god bless bored engineers. god bless their little cotton socks!
     
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  5. Imagine the R/C car you could build with one of those!

    Or go-cart perhaps?
     
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  6. For those interested in tiddly IC engines, this site

    http://www.modelenginenews.org/

    is a good place to start. Mostly about fairly conventional model aircraft powerplants but with articles, references and links to some beautiful radials, miniature Merlins etc.
     
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  7. I want one to help put the bins out.
     
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