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May 24th, 2014, 10:51 AM   #31
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Another dedicated guy in my neighbourhood is Thomas Johansson. He is involved in Koenigsegg and the University. You can see some of his projects at Atom racing He made a W9 engine, which looks like a jewel.

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May 24th, 2014, 04:20 PM   #32
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Thanks for the link Dr_C

direct link to the W9

ATOM racing: W-9 engine

can download his thesis as PDF

W-9 engine design







Ive always liked this engine as it is a real W shape

the Veron claims to be a W config but its not really
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more like a stacked V than a W



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Well neither of them is actually a "w" in the same way a "V" is or they would have two cranks. The veyron design reminds me of the VR6 golf my mate had years ago, was classed as a V6 but looked like a straight six on the outside.

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thats a good point Akshun, there is a double cank harley powered thingy somewhere

just down to the shops for some milk

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