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Boxer-4 Engine (90° Crankshaft, 4 Stroke)

uploaded by Dzytizz 1 year ago

REUPLOADED: 3rd of 4 engines I will be uploading. Disclaimer: lots of "engine information" inbound, if you're not a fan of it just skip reading (needs unbreaking/unlimited ammo to work, just start it and it will launch of or just watch a video if you want to see all 4 engines in one place). So boxer engines (or flat engines) are used by manifacturers like Porche, Subaru, Toyota and W Motors. It's pretty much a V engine but with higher offset angle (180° to be exact). It's well known because of it's balance (both primary and secondary) as opposing pistons makes it run smoothly. Pros: as I mentioned- really well balanced/no vibrations. Has low center of mass (good for vehicle dynamics). Aditionally it's a safer option, as in a wreck it stays low instead of going to the passanger compartment), can be used in low profile/sport cars because of low height and aditionally it leaves a lot of space for battery/turbo/superchargers. Cons: leaves less place for suspension geometry (because of width). Has higher friction loses (nearly the same of V engines) compared to inline engines. Also, it's hard to repair/work with as, again, it has no space on sides (headers are covered). Because of the way pistons are placed it creates torque around vertical axis so it needs aditional support in engine compartment. Don't forget to check out the video and others engines ^^. Thanks for reading^^
posted by Roycehellion 1 year ago
i hope you have seen my vanilla engines. some artwork there

the best engines are vanilla though and i love them!!!!
posted by oziboy 1 year ago
Increase to 200% to simulate real sound :P