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Engine Instructions: Volume 2
Some more of my favorite medium-scale engines, including a few V8's and my in-line six design. Anyone who needs an engine for a medium-scale scale model, look no further!
About this creation
All of the V8 engines are built around this center piece. So remember, when building any of these V8's, this is what you'll need to start out with. Also, the colors will vary with each engine.



Alright, we'll start with the V8 from my 4th of July muscle car.







Section complete!








Section complete!







The completed American Muscle V8!



Next up is the Mustang V8.







Section complete!







Section complete!



The completed Mustang V8!



Next up: The LS-6 V8 from my Chevelle.







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Section complete!



The completed LS-6!



Hey, anybody remember the F-stang Pickup?







Section complete!







Section complete!



The completed F-stang V8!



Oh, freakin' yeah! Here comes the in-line six!















To finish this section, you'll need six 1-inch sections of pneumatic tubing.



Section complete!







Section complete!



The completed in-line six! Since this engine sits so low, it's great for a vehicle that doesn't have enough space for a taller engine.



Well, I guess that about wraps it up for... Hey, wait a second! What's this?!









It looks like some sort of V6. But what does it go to?






Alright, I confess! This is the engine that's going under the hood of my next car. You'll find out what it is soon enough...






Well, that's it for now! As always, feel free to use these designs in your vehicles, with proper credit, of course. Enjoy, and stay tuned for more!



Comments

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  December 24, 2010
drift car instructions?
  July 1, 2010
hey... I used the fstang engine before u did... I was playing around with an older engine design that was yours. no offense Update: 63010 the day I posted this was my birthday. Happy birthday 2 me i'm a 1 and a 3! hahaLOL.
 I made it 
  May 22, 2010
Quoting Trevor Garvin Can you post instructions for the Daytona's hemi? (V. 2)
I already have them at the first page of engine instructions. Enjoy! :)
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  May 21, 2010
Can you post instructions for the Daytona's hemi? (V. 2)
 I like it 
  February 26, 2010
Thanks is will be very useful for my rods
 I made it 
  February 13, 2010
Quoting Mikael Blomqvist Hi Nate, Excellent design! I'm wondering if it's okey by you if I use this engine design in my upcoming Camaro? I will give you credit ofcourse.
Yes, you can use any of the engine designs you see here. In fact, you can use anything you see on my page, with credit. Enjoy!
 I like it 
  February 12, 2010
Hi Nate, Excellent design! I'm wondering if it's okey by you if I use this engine design in my upcoming Camaro? I will give you credit ofcourse.
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  January 20, 2010
The 6-in-line is great !!!
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  January 19, 2010
sweet new engines i LOVE the f-stangs engine cant wait till i get a camera so i can put my cars on here.
Nate Andrews
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Conor McCarthy
  January 18, 2010
cant wait for more!
 I made it 
  January 18, 2010
The pneumatic tubing is available here: http://www.legoeducation.us/store/detail.aspx?ID=1065&bhcp=1
 I made it 
  January 18, 2010
Quoting Commando Radioactive Rooster just wondering: are you taking requests?
Sometimes I do, but not right now. I've already got something planned. *evil laughter*
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  January 18, 2010
coool im gona have to build some cars to put these bad boyz in. just wondering: are you taking requests?
 
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