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Probably the world's smallest working V-12 engine

Probably the world's smallest working V-12 engine

(9:26) Engineering perfection and dedication from Yesus Wilder. This V-12 engine took about a year to build using only stainless steel, aluminium and bronze. youtube.com/user/yesuswilder10

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Guest: Bert (1306 days ago)
The ULTIMATE in Cool
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The ULTIMATE in Cool
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Wulfrune Wulfrune (1311 days ago)
Stunning, truly stunning.
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Stunning, truly stunning.
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Guest: Gumbledore (1311 days ago)
Amazing!
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Amazing!
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Guest: Dom (1112 days ago)
At around 3:47 you can see that the 3 cogs, 2 camshaft
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At around 3:47 you can see that the 3 cogs, 2 camshaft
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Guest: Montio (1311 days ago)
But..... What does it run on? No spark plugs ; ergo not petrol No injectors ; ergo no diesel Not a real engine therefore, but still a beautiful piece of work, Hats off
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But..... What does it run on? No spark plugs ; ergo not petrol No injectors ; ergo no diesel Not a real engine therefore, but still a beautiful piece of work, Hats off
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Guest: bspolice (1304 days ago)
quit talking like a dick. learn how to properly use the words you throw around to sound smart on the internet
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quit talking like a dick. learn how to properly use the words you throw around to sound smart on the internet
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Guest: Slartibartfast (1311 days ago)
On the youtube page it says it runs on compressed air. What a beautiful little machine! That guy rocks.
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On the youtube page it says it runs on compressed air. What a beautiful little machine! That guy rocks.
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Guest: Arthur Dent (1308 days ago)
Great name.
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Great name.
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Guest: MonsterTrucker (1294 days ago)
see that tube going to it near the end of the video? That's the petrol line
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see that tube going to it near the end of the video? That's the petrol line
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Guest: Ford Prefect (579 days ago)
Latest comment: Nope... Thats an air line. Its a V12 Air motor not and IC Engine
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Latest comment: Nope... Thats an air line. Its a V12 Air motor not and IC Engine
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Guest: me again (1311 days ago)
Hats off to that man! Quite amazing!!! I presume the crank pulley acts as a air pump? there for will it just run and run?
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Hats off to that man! Quite amazing!!! I presume the crank pulley acts as a air pump? there for will it just run and run?
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Guest: Thrush (1311 days ago)
Perpetual motion? I think not.
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Perpetual motion? I think not.
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Guest: me again (1308 days ago)
Please explain what will make it stop then? if it runs on compressed air that it creates itself, surly by setting the speed with, say with a drill, you will depict its rpm and then it will produce its own fuel (air). I cant see friction causing it to slow!
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Please explain what will make it stop then? if it runs on compressed air that it creates itself, surly by setting the speed with, say with a drill, you will depict its rpm and then it will produce its own fuel (air). I cant see friction causing it to slow!
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Guest: (1307 days ago)
dont be a idiot!
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dont be a idiot!
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Guest: (1307 days ago)
dont be a faggot
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dont be a faggot
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Guest: (1303 days ago)
the output of any engine is never greater than the input of energy needed to make it run. that is why perpetual motion cant work. It simple wont be able to compress the air enough to keep itself running.
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the output of any engine is never greater than the input of energy needed to make it run. that is why perpetual motion cant work. It simple wont be able to compress the air enough to keep itself running.
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Guest: Gorvachov (1259 days ago)
Thermodynamics police is gonna get you canned up Thrush.
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Thermodynamics police is gonna get you canned up Thrush.
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Guest: (1311 days ago)
LINK now thats an amazing miniture
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LINK now thats an amazing miniture
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glortman glortman (1312 days ago)
Okay...that is just amazing. A true labour of love.
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Okay...that is just amazing. A true labour of love.
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Guest: LondonBoy (1289 days ago)
After watching 1,000's of videos this was very clearly the best video ever! really awesome engineering and cannot find the words to compliment the work!
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After watching 1,000's of videos this was very clearly the best video ever! really awesome engineering and cannot find the words to compliment the work!
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Guest: (1267 days ago)
What a piece of work !!
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What a piece of work !!
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Guest: Nash (1222 days ago)
Bravo!!!!
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Bravo!!!!
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Guest: pablo W (1310 days ago)
Outstanding!
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Outstanding!
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Guest: Lynch (1312 days ago)
Very clever, very cool - a work of art.
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Very clever, very cool - a work of art.
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Guest: Half Baked Potatoes (1028 days ago)
SWEET! The car I made for my dog need an engine! Half baked Potatoes
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SWEET! The car I made for my dog need an engine! Half baked Potatoes
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Guest: xico900 (942 days ago)
WOOOOOW... Nice respect for the patience,and handy hands''
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WOOOOOW... Nice respect for the patience,and handy hands''
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