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Napier Deltic engine
« on: 27.10. 2022 23:07 »
The assembled cylinder banks and crankcases of an 18-cylinder Napier Deltic engine seen from the free end.
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Re: Napier Deltic engine
« Reply #1 on: 28.10. 2022 00:11 »
did early 60's trains have those engines, Deltic?

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Re: Napier Deltic engine
« Reply #2 on: 28.10. 2022 08:15 »
Yep, and fitted in some smaller ships (like mine layers and sweepers) too.

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Re: Napier Deltic engine
« Reply #3 on: 28.10. 2022 08:39 »
Let's see Millyard put one of those in a motorbike
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