common crankcase

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  • They came up with two racing car engines built on a common crankcase and camshaft.
  • When the V-4 ran successfully, it seems they used four such engines connected to a common crankcase to produce the Hydra.
  • They were mounted in series on a common crankcase with two flat crankshafts which were both linked at 90 degrees to form a single shaft.
  • This engine comprised two de Havilland Gipsys mounted on a common crankcase to form an air-cooled V-8.
  • It had a peculiar structure, it featured independent suspension by transverse spring and two single-cylinder air-cooled engines produced by De Dion-Bouton sharing a common crankcase.
  • The engine was an "X" configured design similar to one upright and one inverted V-12 engine mounted on the same crankshaft with a common crankcase.
  • Pomeroy made the engine by taking the cylinder blocks of two existing 25/85 hp Daimler engines and putting them on a common crankcase.
  • The 8C engine, first entered at the 1931 Mille Miglia road race through Italy, had a common crankcase, now with two alloy four-cylinder blocks, which also incorporated the heads.
  • At the request of Lockheed Aircraft designers, Menasco produced an inverted twelve-cylinder air cooled aircraft engine by designing a common crankcase and gearbox for two of the six cylinder engines.
  • One of the more unusual designs was the Ariel Square Four, effectively two parallel-twin engines one in front of the other in a common crankcase - it had remarkably little vibration due to the contra-rotating crankshafts.
  • The engine was an upright 60 degree vee-12 and an inverted 60 degree vee-12 sharing a common crankcase.
  • In 1924, Vittorio Jano created his first straight-eight-cylinder engine for Alfa Romeo, the 1987 cc P2, with common crankcase and four plated-steel two-cylinder blocks, which won the first World Championship ever in 1925.
  • The engine involved was the 500 hp (373 kW) B.H.P. Atlantic, a water-cooled V-12 unit produced by the Galloway Engineering Co., which merged two 6-cylinder inline B.H.P. engines onto a common crankcase.
  • The four 12C-37 chassis were instead assembled into 312 (V12 downsized to 3-litre) and 316 (V16 obtained from two 158 engines fitted to a common crankcase) formula race cars.