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Old 06-21-2006, 02:22 PM   #1
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1. The Mighty Engine ™ (“ME”) design is very small and simple. The prototype has a 14 inch diameter and is 14 inches long. It weighs 150lbs. There are only 26 moving parts, 31 parts total. These are simple, physical facts. The first prototype uses diesel or biodiesel for fuel. (The ME design accommodates dramatic reductions in size depending on the application of the engine.) Through two revolutions of its crankshaft, the ME firing cycle is equivalent to a 32 cylinder reciprocating engine, that is, it fires 32 times. As a result, its displacement is equivalent to an 848 cubic inch reciprocating engine, despite its compactness. This displacement comparison is derived as follows: (3.1416*(3)(3)*3.75)/4*32 = 848 cubic inches, with a 3” bore and 3.75” stroke, four stroke cycle and thirty two firings. The design is also modular. Additional units can be connected to increase power. The ME is actually a large (extremely efficiently organized) displacement internal combustion engine; therefore its high horsepower output. Moreover, with the high number of cylinders firing in close order, a high number of pulses are generated for high torque, but without the friction and parasitic losses discussed below. (ME efficiency and the ability to use biofuels reduces our dependency on foreign oil.)

At 150lbs, the basic ME design needs only to produce 3,000 hp from 848 cubic inches to produce a 20 to 1 power to weight ratio.
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It requires a SC/TC to achieve the 3000hp. N/A it's only 850hp



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Holy ****ing ****.
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hmm lol :chin:

buttt it still uses gas and oil to lubricate it and I have a feeling the gasoline age is dwindling off....
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lol, imagine if someone dropped that into a Mustang engine bay, and popped open the hood... there's this little tiny engine in there, and then you go RAPE the Ford GT. Imagine that power, with the weight savings. I wonder what kind of gas mileage it gets.
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hmm lol :chin:

buttt it still uses gas and oil to lubricate it and I have a feeling the gasoline age is dwindling off....
thats what they said in the 70s.. I don't think it is.
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