Boeing Stearman Radial Engine B/W Photo Print by VPCompany on Etsy

Boeing Stearman Radial Engine B/W Photo Print

Boeing Stearman Radial Engine B/W Photo Print by VPCompany on Etsy

JRL Cycles radial-engined bike.

Custom motorcycle built around an airplane radial engine, cool bike, can you get anymore custom?

Aircraft Engine B+W Print © 2013 Bill Crump for The SkegWorks

Aircraft Engine B+W Print © 2017 Bill Crump for The SkegWorks

Cette vidéo montre la construction d’un moteur radial miniature. Pour le voir fonctionner allez à 8m45. Un moteur radial ça marche comme ça : ( Via )

Construction d'un mini moteur radial

Radial engine timing-small - Radial engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

radial engine | ... Freighter Mk 31 , Bristol Hercules 734 Sleeve Valve Radial Engine

Bristol Hercules 734 Sleeve Valve Radial Engine, could you imagine doing the timing on that thing?

A Pratt & Whitney R-2800-39 18-cylinder radial airplane engine. First run in 1937, over 125,000 of these were built in all variants, and saw extensive service in World War II combat, then in civilian airplanes for years afterward.

The Beast, A Pratt Whitney radial airplane engine. First run in over of these were built in all variants, and saw extensive service in World War II combat, then in civilian airplanes for years afterward.

Only a gear-head would appreciate how this works, - Sutton 9 cylinder radial engine.

Russell Sutton’s 9 cylinder radial engine based on the Honda is one of the most complicated home built engine projects we’ve seen. These latest photos just in from Ian Drysdale, s…

Bristol Hercules engine as fitted to the Lancaster Mk2. The engine had some advantages over the more widely used Merlin, being air cooled there was no cooling system to be damaged by flack and the cover on the radial engine meant it was harder for German fighters to see the exhaust flashes (a cover had to be fitted to the Merlins)

Bristol Hercules engine as fitted to the Lancaster Mk2. The engine had some advantages over the more widely used Merlin, being air cooled there was no cooling system to be damaged by flack and the cover on the radial engine meant it was harder for German fighters to see the exhaust flashes (a cover had to be fitted to the Merlins)

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