A Knex V8 Engine with a working crankshaft.peices:

8 wheels
8 grey rods
35 yellow rods
10 red rods
21 white connectors
50 blue connectors
8 one slot grey connectors
10 purple connectors
28 silver spacers
12 blue spacers

Step 1: The Frame

In this step you will make the frame.

Step 2: The Pistons

The easiest part of the whole build.

Step 3: The Crankshaft

The main bit of the build

Step 4: Attaching

This is the last step
<p>I built it though it doesn't run very smoothly, its still cool</p>
im gunnu make a teeny one
How many white rods do you need?????
You should put a moter in it
Make two of these
You are talking to yourself...
no i was just trying to make those yellow box things but it wouldent let me
nice! 4*<br />
&nbsp;just built it.I love it<br /> <br />
&nbsp;5 stars
just built it is awesome 5*
try adding valvetrain, and have it all timed correctly, that would be sweet i would worship you if you could do that. i tryed it myself but it didn't work out lol
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i wonder if you could make a smaller one, it would look amazing in a small car
does it work
If you put a motor onto it then yes it does work
i remeber my old knex engine i had it set up to my transmission it was only a 3 speed
i might make this and add rubber bands so it actually works
AMC (most V8 engines): Clockwise 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2<br/>&#8226; Buick (most V8 except HEI): Clockwise 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2<br/>&#8226; Chevrolet: Clockwise 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2<br/>&#8226; Small Chrysler: Clockwise 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2<br/>&#8226; Big Chrysler and Hemi: Counter-clockwise 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2<br/>&#8226; Ford (5.0L HO, 351W, 351M, 351C, 400): Counter-clockwise 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8<br/>&#8226; Ford: Counter-clockwise 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8<br/>&#8226; Oldsmobile (1967 and up): Counter-clockwise 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2<br/>&#8226; Pontiac (most 1955-81 V8 engines): Counter-clockwise 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2<br/>Note: 307 Pontiac V8 engine rotates clockwise.<br/><br/>the front left being 1 back right being 8. Right = even, left = odd<br/><br/>Remember, each cylinder fires every other revolution so two cylinders should be at what appears to be TDC.<br/><br/>If I am wrong please correct me.<br/>
unless its a four stroke

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