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Insane View Inside Of A Propeller Plane Engine

As a community of gear headed individuals, I think that it’s safe to say that ...

As a community of gear headed individuals, I think that it’s safe to say that the vast majority of us like to tinker in some capacity or another. Whether it’s something small like, say, fixing a doorknob around the house or something a lot bigger like completing an engine swap in one of our vehicles, there’s just something that a lot of mechanically inclined people have in common with one another and it lies in the fact that we just can’t keep our hands off of all sorts of different mechanisms that play different roles in life as we learn a little bit about a touch of everything here and there. It might be for better or for worse but it can really help to have a little bit of knowledge in as many areas as possible.

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Because of this, being able see how something works, for those of us who are visual learners, can help us to appreciate exactly how the end product comes together. For example, a cutaway of a radial engine like this shows you just how many moving components need to be in unison with one another in order to have the finished product make a magic in the way that it does. It may or may not be the most efficient setup on the market, but that’s neither here nor there when you see all these moving parts combine together in unison to make one cohesive picture come to life.

If you are one of those folks you just can’t get enough of seeing how the internals of certain things come together and work as one, this is just a video for you. It’s almost like art as all of these pieces make the perfect puzzle. It’s not too often, if ever, that you really get the chance to see the inside of such a complicated engine and this video is the perfect opportunity to get your fill!

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