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Old 05-07-2014, 03:08 PM   #1
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Axial Engines ... the future??

This thing looks pretty nifty. It's sort of like a glorified swashplate and rotary.

Looks to be fairly efficient, with decent power.

The 3.0L version was able to produce 215 hp @ 4500 and 250 lb ft @ 4500.

The main issues with this engine type are emissions (more like a 2 stroke or rotary) and friction (thus low max rpm and power output). Also, reliability is questionable.

Once these are resolved, I could see the engine type powering some little eco car on CNG or LPG.

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I actually just saw that the other day. It does seem pretty interesting. Something like 3 cylinders but 5 combustion chambers right?

I also thought rotary when I saw that, and the reliability problems rotarys face. I'm sure it'll be a cool engine once all the kinks are out.

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That looks pretty cool. still
Want a rotary tho

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