"Y" Tri Engine

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The New Engine has two small pistons per cylinder. A Valve Piston and a Crank Piston. The Crank Piston rotates a Planetary Gear that rotates both crankshafts synchronized 1:1 with timing gears. It runs on Methane/Vegetable Oil Mix, or Ethanol/Vegetable Oil Mix, Fuel you make yourself.

Cycle #1 The first cylinder fires, moving the Crank Piston down 10", and the Valve Piston up 2". The crankshafts rotate 1/3 of a revolution completing the Power Stroke.

Cycle #2 The second cylinder fires, moving the first cylinder Valve Piston up 1", opening two 1" exhaust holes at the right side of the cylinder wall, and two 9/16" intake holes, directed down on an angle, at the left side of the cylinder wall. A Super Turbo pressurizes the intake chamber and blows air into the cylinder causing a swirling action removing exhaust gases. The Crank Piston moves up 3 5/8", removing more exhaust gases. The crankshafts rotate to 1/2 of a revolution completing the exhaust stroke.

Cycle #3 The Crank Piston moves down 3 5/8", filling the cylinder with fuel and air. The Valve Piston moves down 1", closing exhaust and intake holes. The crankshafts rotate to 2/3 of a revolution completing the Intake Stroke.

Cycle #4 The third cylinder fires, moving the first cylinder Crank Piston up 10", and the Valve Piston down 2". The crankshafts rotate one revolution, completing the Compression Stroke and all Four Cycles.

When the New Engine completes two revolutions, all Three Cylinders fire twice. It's a Three Cylinder that performs like an Old Six Cylinder. The New Engine has 3 3/8" of leverage on the crankshaft. More leverage equals more horsepower. It has a Planetary Gear that acts like a pry bar to increase horsepower even more than an Old Eight Cylinder. Increased horsepower isn't needed, less fuel consumption is. The Planetary Gear guides Connecting Rods towards center, allowing for a small piston and less fuel consumption. It has a 10" Crank Piston Stroke, and a 2" Valve Piston Stroke equaling a 12" Power Stroke. The fuel is burned completely and harnesses the pressure generated by the explosion. The cylinders are spaced apart, therefore, can be Air Cooled. It has a Crankshaft that opens and closes Valve Piston allowing for high RPMs needed in Boats, Airplanes, and Racing.

Three Cylinder "Y" Engines, "Y Tri", Two Cylinder "V" Engines, "V Twin", and One Cylinder "I" Engines "I Single" all the same size with interchangeable parts available.


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  • Name:
    Franz Dyck
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