Maker GOD, makes a V12 engine. Inspirational Video.

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Maker GOD, makes a V12 engine. Inspirational Video. by badBrick Jul 21, 2013
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I honestly can Not confirm any authentication in this video. However, I think its real..

The world's tiniest V12 engine.

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Maybe it needs no ignition, it may be dieseling. would make sense.
It definitely has water cooling
as for lubricant, many old-timey engines had to be oiled manually from time to time (hence the exposed valvetrain).

While I think you're right about it being air-powered, it may also run off of pre-mix (oil-fuel, like a two stroke engine) that would handle lubrication, and allow the cylinders to fire from compression rather than spark.

Diesel engines have no spark plugs.

I think making a carb for that thing would be a nightmare, though.

Either way, awesome vid, thanks for sharing!

I believe it runs on compressed air.

a very big job !!! BUT.....
there is no ignition and no lubricant circuit at all