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Old 03-05-2006, 10:51 AM
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Callaway Cyclone V16 engine

just a development thing, as I understand it... Looks like all they did was slap 2 V8's together...
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Old 03-05-2006, 10:55 AM
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Old 03-05-2006, 10:58 AM
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yep, this is the way Peugeot constructed its V12 for the 907, by putting 2 V6s togehter.
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i love the little spring thingy on pic 6, like thats gonna hold anything if things go hectic
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Old 03-05-2006, 11:35 AM
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The Callaway Cyclone V16 is a prototype engine for a future Callaway project.

4.0 liter 16 cylinder 90° V angle
5 valves / cylinder DOHC
Naturally aspirated
Power 550 bhp@10,000 rpm
Torque 340 ft/lb@ 8,500 rpm
Max RPM- 10,500

Dimensions –
926 length (36.45")
540 width (21.25")
500 height (19.7") - to top of injector trumpets
Dry weight- 152 kg (334 lbs.)

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Old 03-05-2006, 11:36 AM
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Looks very awesome! Thanks for the pics nopassn!
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Old 03-05-2006, 11:43 AM
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those are impressive specs, it looks like Callaway has had enough of 7 litre OHV engines
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i love the little spring thingy on pic 6, like thats gonna hold anything if things go hectic
lol...
But it`s actually very common to hold exhaust manifoilds together with smal springs like that in/on reducing-joints(don`t know anny good word for it ) on race cars... Not to much stress on those parts exept for the engien twisting.. therfore the springs alow movement in the exhaust joints... without the manifoild falling to pieces....

And by the way... this is one sick engien....
Cant wait to hear the sound of this!!!
But will it sound like my favourite 16 cylinder? the BRM H-16
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power crazy people these days.............no one cares much about handling these days........
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its lighter and more powerfull than an LS1....
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its lighter and more powerfull than an LS1....
oops this is asking for trouble.....
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