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Ferrari V12 166 Inter engine framed cutaway picture

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Seller: transport_pictures (4,543) 100% Top-Rated Plus, Location: Croydon, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 263268900504 Framed cutaway picture Ferrari V12 by John Peckham Ferrari's first production engine was a 2 litre with 2 banks of 6 cylinders at 60 degrees. Bore was 60 mm and stroke 58.8 mm. Each bank carried a single overhead camshaft, operating with two valves per cylinder via rocker arms with radiused followers. The engine was designed by Gioacchino Colombo, who left Ferrari in 1950 to return to Alfa Romeo. His place was taken by a young aircraft engine designer from Isotta-Fraschini, Aurelia Lampredi. One of Lampredi's first modifications to the engine was to introduce roller followers to reduce valve gear friction. The valves were closed by hairpin springs. Both camshafts were driven by a single stage triple roller chain at the front of the engine. The crankshaft ran in seven main bearings, and the connecting rods were paired in side by side fashion on each crankpin. Called the 166 Inter, this engine developed 108 hp at 6,000 rpm. The laziest version developed only 89 hp at 5,000 rpm, and the hottest (Mille Miglia) developed 140 hp at 6,600 rpm with a 10 to 1 compression ratio and 3 Weber carburettors. Later, Ferrari developed a 3 litre V-12 that was to become the mainstay of his subsequent production to date. Known as the 250 it retained the same stroke as the 166, but the bore size was up to 73 mm. A smart picture which comes in a 25 x 20 cm. (or 10 x 8 inch) size clipframe. Condition: Used, Type: Prints & Posters, Region of Origin: US, Brand Type: Cars

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