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Added 10 years ago

This is a simple radial aircraft engine I put together for putting under the cowlings of any older style aircraft you might have floating around. It's … more »

Format: Carrara (.car), OBJ (.obj)
Categories: Aircraft, Industrial, Machinery, Objects, Vehicles
Usage Rights: Unrestricted use
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Mandle (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
Toneee (3 years ago)Inappropriate?
Awesome...Cheers!! :)
GrouchoCaesar (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you for this.
Kludge (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
A single row radial generally has an odd number of cylinders (There were a couple exceptions.) so this isn't quite accurate. (A dual row is always even being made up of two odd rows.) It is fixable by adding or subtracting one cylinder from each row. This is a lovely engine, though, for which I thank you!
TheSchell (10 years ago)Inappropriate?
i just wanted to say ty for your radial engine model.. and to let you know i had tweeked it, rescaled it,uvmapped and textured, and written a cr2 to make it loadable as part of a props package i put out for ww2 aircraft and extras for bazze's corsair... the usage rights said unrestricted so i hope this was not in error... if it is please let me know and i will remove it from my props package....
ntsly (10 years ago)Inappropriate?
No, I don't think so...I know the actual engines for the airplane this was for are supposed to be 18 cylinder, but 16 cylinder seemed to have the same visual impact for something mostly covered by cowling and saved 2 whole cylinders worth of polygons! I do see a lot of single row radials in odd numbered configurations but also in even...
wawadave (10 years ago)Inappropriate?
thank you!!

i always thought radial engines had to be odd numbered.
Jeremy Miller (10 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks! One can always use another radial engine!--at least this one can! Smile. Looks great.
Irkon (10 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks a lot

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