From Lego assembled a working model of “turbo-six” Ford Falcon

From Lego assembled a working model of “turbo-six” Ford Falcon

October 16, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

A video was published on YouTube, the author of which assembled a working model of a four-liter turbo engine of Australian Ford Falcon from Lego.

The designer of Lego is for a long time not only a children’s toy. Designers and sets of parts of the highest category of complexity are designed to collect unique designs – these are programmable robots, up to the models of real mechanisms. The author of the YouTube-channel Pussking Leo built from the designer Lego a functioning copy of the engine of the Australian Ford Falcon.

The layout shown simulates the operation of a 4.0-liter six-cylinder engine. The power unit has been manufactured in Australia and has been assembled on Ford’s local cars since 2002. The most powerful version was released quite recently, and is capable of developing up to 442 horsepower and 576 Nm of torque.

In the video it is noticeable that removing the side cover you can see the process of the pistons and the crankshaft.