Monday, March 7, 2011

Rotary Engines by Pulse Performance Race Engineering

The rotary engine uses the pressure created when a combination of air and fuel is burned. In a rotary engine, the pressure of combustion is contained in a chamber formed by part of the housing and sealed in by one face of the triangular rotor.
The biggest advantage of the rotary is that it is small but yet produces a lot of power.
Depends on how it is made, a rotary engine can use up a lot of energy.
Pulse performance engineers engines that have created naturally aspirated quads developing around 600Hp +/- 80Hp depending on intake & exhaust systems. PPRE turbocharged quads in jetsprint boats are currantly running at 20psi devoloping 1100Hp.
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