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  • Cylinder blocks included cast nickel-iron liners extending into the crankcase with cast iron heads.
  • The engine was constructed as a single crankcase with four banks of six cylinders in what is close to an X-configuration.
  • That crankshaft fitted into a horizontally split wet sump crankcase with a center main bearing support.
  • The engine had a completely new cylinder block, head configuration, and crankcase with lighter pistons.
  • 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.
  • Each had an aluminium cylinder-block and crankcase with steel liners, with rubber seals at their base.
  • Construction used separate cast iron blocks for each pair of cylinders, mounted on a light-alloy crankcase with an included vee angle of 50 degrees.
  • Both models share a 5 speed transmission inside a shared crankcase with the engine with wet clutch, water cooling, a single front disc brake, and a rod operated rear drum brake.
  • Suited for ultralight use and single seat light sport aircraft, the engine weighs 86 lbs and produces, The engine uses a short aluminum crankcase with redesigned oil galleries for improved lubrication.
  • A runaway condition can also result from oil supplied by failure of the oil seals in a turbocharged diesel engine, from overfilling the crankcase with oil, or certain other mechanical problems such as a broken internal fuel pipe or worn or incorrectly assembled throttle linkage.
  • The engine was basically a modified 500 twin crankcase with 350 single (Bullet) pistons, valves and identical 90mm stroke length.