I think the global auto industry is undergoing a sea change this year because of the booming demand for electric cars. A lot of hot, new electric cars that are coming soon now. Therefore, there will be fewer and fewer gas cars that we used to like, especially since the era of eight cylinders, ten cylinders, and twelve cylinders is gone forever. Now look at how much it costs you to buy an eight-cylinder and twelve-cylinder, so as for someone who love the industry of fuel vehicles, what do we need to do to make this era nostalgia? I thought about it, then spend money to buy all the eight cylinders, ten cylinders, and twelve cylinders that can be bought now. This is not a good fantasy, the dream only disappears when you see your wallet. But for people like us, multi-cylinder engines with large displacement that can be self-priming is the eternal god in the hearts of our generation. There used to be a saying, that's it, the number of cylinders represents justice, the more cylinders you have, the higher enigne performance of your car will be. So how do we commemorate this era of internal combustion engines that will be slowly underestimated by electric vehicles?
That's where I found this MAD simulated V8 engine model.
And I have pre-colored 2 parts in advance.
Well, enough gossip, let's start today. See if this can finally help you remember the internal combustion era V8.
After several hours of hard work, the screws are screwed until the hands are cramped. Finally, our custom engine is finished. You can see that it is very delicate.
However, it was originally a movable model, but there was a small accident when I was installing it yesterday, and its wires were broken, so it can only be static for now.
I am also an MT engineer. Now, I can only say that this engine is indeed as simulated as possible, and its internal structure is very complete. Of course, It is indeed a bit wasteful, and because the ratio is too small in some places, it is very easy to have problems, such as breaking something. I probably broke one or two screws, and some places are still There is no way but to use this 502 glue to fix it firmly here.
Let’s commemorate the era of internal combustion engines that are gradually disappearing and being replaced. Of course, I don’t know how many years this process has been, but I probably won’t have a chance with the real V8. I will have this working scale V8 engine kits now, and I'll keep this collection in my studio. Let's build your own V8 engine.