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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 3:55 am

Amero Motors Engines

Welcome to Amero Motors

Amero Motors is a small engine manufacturer in luxembourg founded by man named Artyom in 1940.

Since 1940 we have provided engines for car companies around the world

We might sometimes release a open source engine

Here comes our list of engines
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 4:02 am

2016 1.7L I4

Here is our newest engine for 2016

A 1.7L Inline 4 producing 161hp and 179Nm
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 4:05 am

2016 1.5L I4

Here is our second engine of this year

A 1.5L Inline 4 producing 150hp and 123ft-lb
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 4:07 am

3.6L V6

And here is our third engine

A 3.6L V6 producing 330hp and 299ft-lb
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 4:24 am

5.2L V8

Our fourth engine of this year

A Turbocharged 5.2L V8 producing 758hp and 706ft-lb
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 4:30 am

A quick note

All of our current engine u see here don't use any quality sliders only our Turbocharged V8 has +1 quality at the fuel system, so we could make the exhaust bigger :D

I try my best to not use any quality sliders on my engines


(idk if this was needed or not but now you know)
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 4:46 am

1940 801cc I4

This the first engine everything started, it was only an prototype engine and build by artyom himself.

It was our first and last engine for the next 6 year because of the second world war.

The engine produced 30.2hp and 36.1ft-lb
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 5:49 am

Re: Amero Motors Engines

Nice engines you got there body, a L4 with almost 100hp per liter without DFI or turbo, nice.
However, I have a few sugestions that you may take into consideration for future engines.

Your engines are making power at the redline, which is not a good thing. It means your rev limiter is cuting your power, it hurts the performance index, and as you can see, must engines actually produce the power way before the rev limit, that's because when you change gears (from 2nd to 3rd for example) the engine would have to rev a lot to get into the maximum power, only to stay there very briefly (how many times we hit the rev limiter when driving?).
Also you want an engine with a wide torque curve, you also want to get peak torque very early and the peak power high in the revs, a wide powerband. If you see your economy graph, your engines are only efficient at higher rpms, and unless you match the engine with a close gear ratio transmission with a lots of speeds, you'll ended up with a poor fuel economy rating because your engine is not efficient at cruise speeds (1,500-2,500 rpms). Top torque around 4,500 rpms is good for a 90s car, however in 2016 we'll loking into cars that hit peak torque around 2,000-3,000 rpms.
Also consider that the shape of the torque curve affects the sportiness and comfort stats, a nice flat curve is better for comfort and a curve with a bump is good for sportiness.

Finally, your turbo engine spools really really late, 4,800 rpms, (it only produces around 100 hp from idle to 3,000 rpms), and stays in power for a little moment, which can be ok for a racing engine, but for a street car it can be quite a pain to drive (it takes a lot to accelerate and then it hits you in the face... for a few moments, but again, how many times do we even rev above 4,000 rpms?).

Again, these are only suggestions, but you can make your engines as original as you want them to be :lol: cheers.
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Re: Amero Motors Engines

Sillyworld wrote:Nice engines you got there body, a L4 with almost 100hp per liter without DFI or turbo, nice.
However, I have a few sugestions that you may take into consideration for future engines.

Your engines are making power at the redline, which is not a good thing. It means your rev limiter is cuting your power, it hurts the performance index, and as you can see, must engines actually produce the power way before the rev limit, that's because when you change gears (from 2nd to 3rd for example) the engine would have to rev a lot to get into the maximum power, only to stay there very briefly (how many times we hit the rev limiter when driving?).
Also you want an engine with a wide torque curve, you also want to get peak torque very early and the peak power high in the revs, a wide powerband. If you see your economy graph, your engines are only efficient at higher rpms, and unless you match the engine with a close gear ratio transmission with a lots of speeds, you'll ended up with a poor fuel economy rating because your engine is not efficient at cruise speeds (1,500-2,500 rpms). Top torque around 4,500 rpms is good for a 90s car, however in 2016 we'll loking into cars that hit peak torque around 2,000-3,000 rpms.
Also consider that the shape of the torque curve affects the sportiness and comfort stats, a nice flat curve is better for comfort and a curve with a bump is good for sportiness.

Finally, your turbo engine spools really really late, 4,800 rpms, (it only produces around 100 hp from idle to 3,000 rpms), and stays in power for a little moment, which can be ok for a racing engine, but for a street car it can be quite a pain to drive (it takes a lot to accelerate and then it hits you in the face... for a few moments, but again, how many times do we even rev above 4,000 rpms?).

Again, these are only suggestions, but you can make your engines as original as you want them to be :lol: cheers.



Thanks for the Suggestion, i will try my best to improve myself :)
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 8:15 am

Re: Amero Motors Engines

Sillyworld wrote:how many times do we even rev above 4,000 rpms?


Every time the road is clear enough, actually :P :D

Anyways, yeah, cool engines. Nice to see engine manufacturers popping up, this would make my company's future a lot easier
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 8:28 am

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squidhead wrote:Every time the road is clear enough, actually :P :D

Well, you germans are very lucky then, here in my country we can't put the pedal to the floor even if it's an empty road, because of all the bumps, holes, weird concrete and awful asphalt (I think we don't even have what you will call modern tarmac) and of course, people crossing by the middle of the street without looking to the sides :roll:
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 8:46 am

2016 4.3L V12

After getting some helpfull tips for improving my engines and working on improving on some of my engines

I build a little 4.3L V12 that produces 280hp and 313ft-lb. (its not much horsepower but it is pretty small)

I did some improvments of the last few hours and i want thank everyone for giving me helpfull tips :D
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 8:48 am

Re: Amero Motors Engines

Sillyworld wrote:Well, you germans are very lucky then


You got no clue the quality of roads here, I had my wheels covered by insurance against potholes, that should give you an idea :D
*whispering* i am not a real German *whispering*
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 10:13 am

5.8L V8

Tried to make a different version of the Turbocharged 5.2L V8

Here is a 5.8L Turbocharged V8 producing 610hp and 699ft-lb.

i still need some pratice

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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:53 am

Re: Amero Motors Engines

squidhead wrote:
Sillyworld wrote:Well, you germans are very lucky then


You got no clue the quality of roads here, I had my wheels covered by insurance against potholes, that should give you an idea :D
*whispering* i am not a real German *whispering*

I was about to call BS on that (then I read the smallprint).
HOWEVER: The German government has deviced a dastardly plan to keep us from driving as fast as we want while retaining the illusion of unlimited Autobahns. First of all there are millions of semi trucks on all types of roads, always traveling in groups so they can overtake each other and clog up the overtaking lane. Secondly most sections without a speed limit are usually under construction with a speed limit of 80kph AND the overtaking lane limited to cars that do not exceed 2 meters in TOTAL width (including rear view mirrors). And finally speed cameras do their usual.
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