|Alex Zorko (nicjasno.com) and Ivan (idic.at) have released their new LPE motors at LPEpower.|
Finally they are selling a V8 configuration, after adding 1 month ago, the 2nd version of their Inline 3 LPE.
Pneumatic SYS inline 3 cylinder engine
The new 3 cylinder engine (SYS I3) is more powerful, smaller and lighter than its 3 cylinder predecessor.
Even it outperformed a V8 version back from 2005, which powered Alex's Ford Mustang at the time.
The new SYS I3 main features are:
For a complete description, please refer to this LPE webpage, at LPEpower.
This motor motor performs 1500 rpms at 4 bars (60 psi) and is selling for 130,00€.
A much more reasonable price than their predecessors, despite still a significant amount of money. However we should look at it from a partcount perspective as each of these motors include some highly priced pneumatic cylinders in the actuality and should take a significant amount of working hours to assemble, test and fine tune.
Below some videos from LPEpower YouTube channel, where you may see SYS I3 in action, inclusive the respective Mustang driveby,
Pushrod V8 engine
Now the most witted and new LPEpower first version of a V8 engine (V8-1.0).
This motor main highlights are:
For a complete description, please also refer to this LPE webpage, at LPEpower.
On the videos below, you may see this V8 in action. In standalone and inside the Alex's Mustang,
The V8 sells for 390,00€.
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
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