So if i was going to mount two engines to a single crankshaft, how would i do this?
Crankshafts don't have space between two sets of connecting rods for the engine blocks so would it be sufficient to just remove the flywheel from one side and weld it to the shaft of the other engine?
Apologies for my poor explanation.
>mount two engines to a single crankshaft, how would i do this?
Hartley Hayabusa V8
even less optimal*
>wow, that cheap?
I just went to ebay and found 4.6 modulars for less than four grand. Even Ls1 is cheaper.
>as far as he's concerned it can't be done
Then why did i make the thread homo?
Of course it can be done. I'm wondering what methods can be used to mount them together.
>Then why did i make the thread homo?
>Of course it can be done. I'm wondering what methods can be used to mount them together.
>custom billet crankshaft with 4 more rod journals
>custom billet engine block machined any way you want
>custom billet heads because chances are you wont find a mirrored head for the inline engine you want to use the head from
>custom billet engine management system
>custom billet rods
>custom billet line of credit
>custom billet balls in a forged ballsack
that's what you need to do it, you dumb faggot.
>I just went to ebay and found 4.6 modulars for less than four grand. Even Ls1 is cheaper.
Are you seriously comparing a hartley v8 to a full size v8?
You're talking twice the weight here.
>I just don't see the cost to benefit ratio.
There isn't one, you are comparing apples and oranges. One is a small, light, high revving engine for a small track car, one is a multi purpose, low revving, large displacement V8 for street cars.
>no better than a turbo four banger
If all that matters is power and weight maybe, but if you want a super-responsive, screaming NA engine the turbo 4 is a poor choice.
Hey moron, ever hear of welding? Weld the two cranks together, don't use glue.
Also weld two con rods together so they can share the same crank. So that would be 2 rods per one big end.
Custom crank and block or coupling hub that attaches the rear of one crank to the snout of the other.
Wow, you found cheaper engines for less money. Teach me your ways anon?
Connecting them this way means the second crankshaft must transmit both the torque of its own engine and the torque of the first to the transmission.
Better transmit every engine's power exclusively to the transmission.
Or get an ultra stronk crankshaft.
that has a custom block, crankshaft, timing, oiling,cooling, ignition, intake, fueling and enige management setup.
the only suzuki parts left are the pistons, rods, cylinders and heads, not really two engines linked.
some one needs to do that with 5 of these.
Everything can be done,just stop being a pussy.
Eight of the superchargers are fake. The engines uses four real ones but they are hidden. Anyway two stroke Diesels only use the superchargers to help scavenge. They don't boost the output.