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Many engines, with many horsepowers, and many brackets. I went on a bit of a spree, in case you hadn't noticed...
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Naturally aspirated I-4. Pretty spiffy, albeit lacking in oomph.

Displacement: 2.4L

Horsepower/Torque: 160/120

Compression ratio: 1.6 : 1

















Turbo I-3. Saving the environment. Ruining everything else. Because hippies.

Displacement: 1.8L

Horsepower/Torque: 165/119

Compression: 2.9 : 1














VR6. Based off the VW one. Boring as all get-out.

Displacement: 3.2L

Horsepower/Torque: 220/189

Compression ratio: 2 : 1














Snail (Turbo Diesel)

Displacement: 22L

Horsepower/Torque: 1975/2290

Compression Ratio: 20.1 : 1














Big Block V8. Much noise and very pretty. Noise doesn't convert into speed in any way.

Displacement: 5.6L

Horsepower/Torque: 310/ 295

Compression Ratio: 2.2 : 1














Nautical-looking V12. Not as powerful as the snail, but slightly more convenient.

Displacement: Many.

Horsepower/Torque: 700/540

Compression Ratio: 2.6 : 1














May the cubic centimeter be with you!














Comments

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  June 19, 2013
what do you put in the snail to give that much power?
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  March 21, 2013
The snail is obviously the most powerful! you see them in speeds in excess of 300 cm a day, and with a weight of .1 ounces to pull, lol! great engines, and snails =]
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  March 21, 2013
Quoting Lucky Leprechaun Is the torque Nm or lbs*ft?
Lb/ft. =]
  March 21, 2013
Is the torque Nm or lbs*ft?
Senator Chinchilla .
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Sagar Dighe
  March 19, 2013
Wow I want one of those snails in my car...
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  March 19, 2013
Engine-tastic.
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  March 19, 2013
Vroom...VROOOMMM!!!! -LB Jr.
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  March 18, 2013
Yeah, but do they float? =]
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  March 18, 2013
Very cool!
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  March 18, 2013
Great engines! I love the 4 cylinder and the V8! But I agree with Ape Fight about the size of the engines. Still, awesome job mate and I hope to see them all in some cars one day!
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  March 18, 2013
You can never have too many engines. Love the V12
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  March 18, 2013
very, very nice pieces. i wonder if i can use the big block V8 for a mustang im building?
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  March 18, 2013
All very good, and ready for some spiffy cars around them :-)
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  March 18, 2013
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 cool engines, I d add a big like that to one of my fig 4; wide, to give it a little punch, lol
Thanks! Sorry I had to move the comment. Didn't notice MOCpages uploaded it thrice.
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  March 18, 2013
Quoting Ape Fight Good stuff. Not hugely detailed but easily enough for most vehicles. Think the stats may be a bit off though - i.e. three cylinders you're probably looking at about 1 litre capacity min, with 1.5 being the max (e.g. BMW's new turbo units will all be 500cc per cylinder, so 1.5 3, 2.0 4, 3.0 6 etc.) 4 stars : )
Did not know that! I'm only starting to get into the gritty details of engines now that I have my own wheels. Never would've guessed how much goes into one, but then again no Americans do. =]
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  March 18, 2013
Good stuff. Not hugely detailed but easily enough for most vehicles. Think the stats may be a bit off though - i.e. three cylinders you're probably looking at about 1 litre capacity min, with 1.5 being the max (e.g. BMW's new turbo units will all be 500cc per cylinder, so 1.5 3, 2.0 4, 3.0 6 etc.) 4 stars : )
 
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