Enjomor has always been a rising star on the road to technological innovation in micro-engine models. Now, they are facing a major decision-making moment: should they continue to launch V6 engines, or switch to the V12 route? Behind this decision is a team that has gone through countless hardships and pressures. They not only worked hard to create scale engine models, but also faced market reactions and technical challenges.
Initially, after three years of testing, Enjomor planned to launch the V6 engine model first, taking this step with confidence. However, user feedback was not as enthusiastic as expected, which caused the team to re-examine its route. Now, the team leader is thinking carefully about whether he should continue to stick to the V6 release plan, or give up decisively and embrace the V12 engine. This decision was a huge challenge and pressure for the team.
Making engine models is a complex and difficult task in itself, especially when high-performance V6 and V12 engines are involved. These engine models must achieve outstanding performance within tiny dimensions while meeting user expectations. Every part must be precision machined to ensure a perfect fit to simulate the workings of a real engine.
The design of the V6 engine focuses on excellent fuel efficiency and power output, and pursues allowing users to experience the real engine working principle. The V6 engine model is designed to provide excellent performance, allowing users to experience the charm of high-performance engines first-hand. Whether it's the needs of simulation car enthusiasts or the educational needs of mechanical dynamics learners, the V6 engine will deliver an incredible performance experience. This engine model restores the structure of the real V6 engine in detail, allowing users to understand the working principle of the engine more realistically. Each part is precision machined to ensure a perfect fit to simulate how a real engine works. However, the team faced market acceptance issues when launching V6, which made the decision more complicated.
The V12 engine represented an even more ambitious engineering feat.
This V12 engine uses advanced technology, with a 12-cylinder four-stroke V-shaped design, dual overhead camshafts (DOHC), and each cylinder is equipped with 4 valves to improve air flow efficiency. Each piston is equipped with three rings, including two gas rings and one oil ring, to ensure the best performance of cylinder sealing and lubrication.
The engine has high cylinder pressure levels, thereby delivering strong performance. In terms of starting, it is equipped with a brushless motor, which can be easily started without additional external auxiliary equipment. To ensure efficient operation, it uses pure gasoline fuel, requiring the use of gasoline with an octane rating of 92 or above.
The cooling system adopts water cooling to extend the running time and improve the life of the machine. This allows the engine to run continuously for long periods of time without overheating or damage. In short, this engine combines advanced technology and high-performance features and is suitable for application scenarios that require efficient and stable operation.
Enjomor's decision will not only affect their own development, but will also leave a profound impact on the field of V-engine miniature models. We will continue to monitor their progress and look forward to them making the right choices in this decision-making moment, leading to more exciting opportunities for model engine enthusiasts. Regardless of the final choice of V6 or V12, Enjomor has shown courage and determination in the technical field.