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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-08-06, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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840 lbs torque @ less than 1k rpm, m.y.t. engine = 4 5.0's in but NO VALVES

THIS IS INSANE HERES THE LINK FOR YOU WHO SIMPLY CANNOT WAIT TO SEE WHAT IT IS. www.angellabsllc.com
i smell flying cars soon guys.
this thing weights 150lbs and can produce 800 foot pound sof torque at less than what your hot rod idles @.
this guy is already richer than bill gates and he hasent even sold 1 yet but the more you hear the more you know, our kids will be hooking knn's to them 1 day.

Equiv. To 32 Cylinder, 4-stroke-cycle Diesel
Bore--mm(in) 76.2(3)
Stroke--mm(in) 95.25(3.75)
Displacement-- Cu in(L) 848 (13.8)**
Aspiration Normally
Compression Ratio 25:1
Rotation (from Fly Wheel end) CCW/CW
Cooling System Oil Cooling
Lub Oil System--Quart drysump, 5
Weight, Net Dry (Approx.) Kg(lb) including flywheel . 68 (150)
Advertised hp (KW) 850(634) NA 3,000 (2,238) SC/TC.

There are no odd or brand new parts within the cylinder. All the parts are proven designs used in reciprocating engines.


The entire engine acts as a heat sink and a radiator. It is both air and oil cooled.

There is no thrust loading on piston skirts.

Pistons do not touch the cylinder walls, only the rings do.

Pistons travel only the same direction. No reciprocation, only stop and go.

There is high rpm potential for all of these reasons.

There are no cylinder heads, no cam shaft, no valves (the ME is equivalent to the bottom end of a reciprocating engine).

Intake compression and power stroke and exhaust stroke events are happening all at the same time, so there are no load strokes.

AND THE M.E. DESIGN IS NOT A ROTARY OR WANKEL

kinda gives you a gut feeling all the car companys want to know this guy.

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Re: 840 lbs torque @ less than 1k rpm, myt engine = 4 5.0's in displacment but NO VALVES

man that is bizaare, dont like the air cooled though...like those vw engines.,..those things have a short life span, little fins cooling the engine.
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Re: 840 lbs torque @ less than 1k rpm, myt engine = 4 5.0's in displacment but NO VALVES

no doubt but they already have worked out liquid cooling bolt ons to the engine. seems they will be using transmission fluid belive it or not!!
have a look see on there forum!

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Re: 840 lbs torque @ less than 1k rpm, myt engine = 4 5.0's in displacment but NO VALVES

That looks real interesting. It does seem to be be at least a little similar to a rotary but different enough to be a new concept.

Will be interesting to follow it's progress.

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Re: 840 lbs torque @ less than 1k rpm, myt engine = 4 5.0's in displacment but NO VALVES

wonder wats the fuel economy like? (or lack of it) with so much displacement it must use alot even and 1k rpm

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to deliver this power it does, it is not more efficient than a traditional engine that delivers the same torque ratings.
intresting part is the weight, size, and serious "lack of" moving parts vs modern pistion driven engines.
there main focous seems to be runing the engine extreemly lean and with bio desiel at that, not the hot rod possibilitys it could have. I mean there trying to make graphitie rings. there whole end goal seems to be 150+ mpg from a coffe can sized engine that does not feature oil based lubrication inside the cilinder. or your own personal locomative.
"they" see final compression ratios of greater than 100:1 for the 14'' model

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Wow 100:1 is serious compression.

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its all in thier forums

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nice.

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