World’s Smallest V12

In case you didn’t already have a tremendous level of respect for home machinists. Just watching him turn that crankshaft is crazy, but then when he shows the valves… my brain melted.

Two cubic centimeters of displacement. 11.3mm cylinder bore. 10mm stroke. Stainless steel, aluminum, and bronze construction. Powered by compressed air.

Ready to drop in to Barbie’s Ferrari.

9 responses to “World’s Smallest V12”

  1. Jon Wojan says:

    How ’bout one that actually runs on petrol?? Sounds waaaay better than one powered on air alone:

  2. Maurice says:

    Damn. That IS impressive.

  3. Mike P says:

    Somebody has waaay too much time on their hands. Must be nice…

  4. rdsieber says:

    Absolutely fascinating. My hats off to this engineer!

  5. This must be the source for long lost rumored V12 Mini Cooper.

  6. Larry Berg says:

    How many hours did this one take to make. He must have started on this when he was a kid.

  7. S.L Combs says:

    I’ve built miniature stuff for a good portion of my career and I have to say:
    That is impressive! Let the critics put up or shut up. JOB WELL DONE!

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