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These last 2 are Ryan Falconer V12 street engines. 800 HP or so. They are setup for a Chevy bellhousing. Not sure on pricing .....




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Thats excellent! Getting wood just looking at several of these!

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This is one of the the most beautiful engines anywhere: it's an Alfa Romeo from the 1988 ProCar series. Essentially, I think they lifted it from their F1 program.



And then, one of the ugliest ..... a do-it-yourself 12 cylinder!

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...cue banjo music!...dueling engine pix! That's great stuff guys.
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I guess if we're going to show the new M5 V10, I need to show the M3 I6!

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And one with the airbox removed showing the 6 throttles of the M3 engine.



And the CSL-style carbon airbox.

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This one is interesting. It's a 2002 IRL Indy motor converted for street use. Available from Falconer Industries.

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Another candidate for most beautiful engine. This is the Honda F1 motor from the early 60's:



Another of the M3 I6:



The Porsche-designed Auto Union V16 (photo of a 1:18 scale model).







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Don't let Darryl see those cut-away drawings. He'd have a stroke!

Very cool. I need a collection of some of these.

I bet I could fit one of those tiny little F1 or IRL motors in my miata!!
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600HP Audi in the S1 Rally Car:









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Kelly-Moss Motorsports is developing a 928 motor for racing. Apparently they plan to put it into a 944 chassis. Crazy. Here is the blurb from their website:

This power plant has been one of the top priority's at KMR for the past couple of months. The 928 engine has spent many hours in R&D to make it one of the best all aluminum V8, 4 cam, 32 valve engines ever. Along with plenty of other modifications the EFI Technology engine management, custom stainless exhaust, and individual throttle body injection make this beast roar. This 700+hp engine will definitely get some serious attention at the track.

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How about a video? Check out this video of the Renault F1 engine on a dyno. If you’re quick, you can see fuel being sprayed directly into the top of the intake trumpets.


http://www.renaultf1.com/en/car/engine/index.php?news=tcm:3-33057


(If you get lost on the Renault F1 site, just put “dyno video” into the search box.)
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how about some really cool engines?





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