Development of a more efficient and reliable axial engine?
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Granite_StateJust saw this on fb. pretty cool stuff. Less spark plugs with same output as a v6. Wonder how durable this type of motor is.
WillgumPretty cool, heres another new technology being developed by Koenigsesggisgesggisgigs with a camless engine. I could listen to this guy talk about everything, there's a great series on their development of the Agera R alsohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bch5B23_pu0http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bch5B23_pu0
Granite_StateI think that's a cool technology but what happens when the electric motor that drives the valve burns out? IDK I feel like it is dangerous to rely on electricity to control the valve timing of a high performance motor. Obviously they are an innovative company (there's an awesome piece about how they make their carbon fiber wheels) but feel this type of technology is risky. I'm sure I'm wrong.