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Tiny V12 engine.

 
Mysterysoul
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Tiny V12 engine.
Not a Conspiracy or anything just thought I would share with the GLP'ers. the craftsmanship is absolutely amazing. I wish they would sell them as a kit or something.


[link to wimp.com]


a few other sites out there with some other engine types like the v6, and a v8, just as amazing.
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12/03/2011 09:42 AM
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Amazing.

Thank you for sharing this video.

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12/03/2011 12:51 PM
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bravo

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12/03/2011 12:58 PM
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Thanks OP!


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Oh, Cool thanks for embedding that video. Could never figure out how to do that :D
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applause2AWESOME VID!!
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12/04/2011 07:35 AM
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awesome! thanks op!
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12/04/2011 07:39 AM
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Oh no problem, I was totally fascinated by this. All the work that went into it.

Like i said would be awesome if they sold these things. but from all the investigating i did, they are all hand crafted and one of a kind, I am sure if they did sell them. they would cost A LOT lol
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12/04/2011 07:39 AM
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Magnificent!
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That's quite a piece of work, no doubt about it.
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Glorious !!
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here is a Miniature V-8 engine also.


[link to www.youtube.com]



and his corresponding website.

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Very cool. I have seen something similar before but not quite as small. I wonder how much power it puts out?
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Awesome! Thanks for sharing that!
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Holy crap, how do you even balance something like that.

Looks to be running maybe alcohol as fuel?

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Holy crap, how do you even balance something like that.

Looks to be running maybe alcohol as fuel?

5* for/from the gearheads!
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from what i read on some forums, there was a debate as to weather it was alcohol or compressed air. not much of a gearhead myself so can't answer that with any accuracy.
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Holy crap, how do you even balance something like that.

Looks to be running maybe alcohol as fuel?

5* for/from the gearheads!
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from what i read on some forums, there was a debate as to weather it was alcohol or compressed air. not much of a gearhead myself so can't answer that with any accuracy.
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Wouldn't it need some kind of battery and spark plugs to burn the fuel?
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12/04/2011 09:55 AM
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Why aren't Chinese suicide factory slaves making these? materials can't be but a few dollars. Add 2000 chinese slaves hours and the cost should be about 25 dollars. Which is a ripoff considering that they sell Chinese suicide factory slave organs for high dollars after the Chinese suicide factory slave commits suicide.
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Why aren't Chinese suicide factory slaves making these? materials can't be but a few dollars. Add 2000 chinese slaves hours and the cost should be about 25 dollars. Which is a ripoff considering that they sell Chinese suicide factory slave organs for high dollars after the Chinese suicide factory slave commits suicide.
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was it meant to be funny? Because it's not. When the economy will crash badly you'll see yourself
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Holy crap, how do you even balance something like that.

Looks to be running maybe alcohol as fuel?

5* for/from the gearheads!
 Quoting: IRQ_1



from what i read on some forums, there was a debate as to weather it was alcohol or compressed air. not much of a gearhead myself so can't answer that with any accuracy.
 Quoting: Mysterysoul


Wouldn't it need some kind of battery and spark plugs to burn the fuel?
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Not necessarily. Many tiny engines use a nitro-meth glow plug system. Since this is a demonstration engine you could leave out things like a throttle using a fixed port size for air intake combined with carefully metered fuel instead.


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12/04/2011 10:10 AM
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Re: Tiny V12 engine.
Holy crap, how do you even balance something like that.

Looks to be running maybe alcohol as fuel?

5* for/from the gearheads!
 Quoting: IRQ_1



from what i read on some forums, there was a debate as to weather it was alcohol or compressed air. not much of a gearhead myself so can't answer that with any accuracy.
 Quoting: Mysterysoul


Wouldn't it need some kind of battery and spark plugs to burn the fuel?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1311657


Probably diesel, ignition by compression.

On an unrelated note, you could never run that engine very long unless you manualy oil the valves. I didn't see any oiling mechanism for them and I'm not even sure there is any in the crank case to lube the pistons.
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Why aren't Chinese suicide factory slaves making these? materials can't be but a few dollars. Add 2000 chinese slaves hours and the cost should be about 25 dollars. Which is a ripoff considering that they sell Chinese suicide factory slave organs for high dollars after the Chinese suicide factory slave commits suicide.
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was it meant to be funny? Because it's not. When the economy will crash badly you'll see yourself
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It was meant to be true
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Re: Tiny V12 engine.
Holy crap, how do you even balance something like that.

Looks to be running maybe alcohol as fuel?

5* for/from the gearheads!
 Quoting: IRQ_1



from what i read on some forums, there was a debate as to weather it was alcohol or compressed air. not much of a gearhead myself so can't answer that with any accuracy.
 Quoting: Mysterysoul


Wouldn't it need some kind of battery and spark plugs to burn the fuel?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1311657


Probably diesel, ignition by compression.

On an unrelated note, you could never run that engine very long unless you manualy oil the valves. I didn't see any oiling mechanism for them and I'm not even sure there is any in the crank case to lube the pistons.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6494395



No, aside from the small amount of oil he used when installing the pieces i didn't see anything else that would assist in lubricating it.
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12/04/2011 10:17 AM
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[link to www.youtube.com]


Whole car at scale that works
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Holy crap, how do you even balance something like that.

Looks to be running maybe alcohol as fuel?

5* for/from the gearheads!
 Quoting: IRQ_1



from what i read on some forums, there was a debate as to weather it was alcohol or compressed air. not much of a gearhead myself so can't answer that with any accuracy.
 Quoting: Mysterysoul


Wouldn't it need some kind of battery and spark plugs to burn the fuel?
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I was wondering the same thing.
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absolutely fantastic.
I want one..or two.And a wankel.

This guy could even build a small jet engine....very impressive.
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Holy crap, how do you even balance something like that.

Looks to be running maybe alcohol as fuel?

5* for/from the gearheads!
 Quoting: IRQ_1



from what i read on some forums, there was a debate as to weather it was alcohol or compressed air. not much of a gearhead myself so can't answer that with any accuracy.
 Quoting: Mysterysoul


Wouldn't it need some kind of battery and spark plugs to burn the fuel?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1311657


Probably diesel, ignition by compression.

On an unrelated note, you could never run that engine very long unless you manualy oil the valves. I didn't see any oiling mechanism for them and I'm not even sure there is any in the crank case to lube the pistons.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6494395


I'm still sticking with nitro-meth glow plugs. The exhaust is invisible. Nitro-meth flames when burning are also invisible. It's also a very common RC fuel here in the states anyway.

Your right about the lubrication, but I still say it's just a demonstration engine.

And a very well done one at that.
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[link to www.youtube.com]


Whole car at scale that works
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WOW nice find. thats even more impressive then the Engine it'self. I mean everything in that car works like it's full scale counterpart.
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