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Replica/Recreation of the 1977 Saab 99 2.0 Turbo

Thanks TurboJ for spotting my mistake with the valves


Replica/Recreation of the 1951 LandRover-Series l-2.0


Replica/Recreation of the 1993 Pontiac Trans Sport 2.3i 16V


Replica/Recreation of the 1986 Mercedes-Benz 190 2.6 i


Honda F1 1965 RA271 Engine

frchtt - RA271.zip (77.2 KB)


Hyundai Genesis Coupé Lambda 3.8L and 2017 3.3L Turbo (with 3.8L Turbo and 3.3L 1300Hp Race)

frchtt - Lambda.zip (133 KB)


Oops… The Saab engine was a SOHC design; twin cams only came in 1984 with 16 valves. (I’m always nitpicking I know).



Oops… The Saab engine was a SOHC design; twin cams only came in 1984 with 16 valves. (I’m always nitpicking I know).[/quote]

Dang it, well i go fix that

Thanks for the information


Replica/Recreation of the 1992 Opel/Vauxhall calibra 2.0 i


Replica/Recreation of the 2003 Rolls-Royce Phanthom 6.75 48V V12

It not perfect, but it works


Today I bring you a recreation of an engine family.

[size=125]The Chrysler D-engine, better known as the Australian HEMI Six.[/size]
It is a Pushrod i6 engine. I modeled the main variants of it from 1970 to 1977, though it was used into the 80s.

Original Specs:

Bore 3.76"
Stroke (shared) 3.68"

Horsepower Torque (lb ft) Compression
165 @ 4,400 235 @ 1,800 9.5:1

Bore 3.52"

Horsepower Torque (lb ft) Compression
Economy (1971)
140 @ 4,400 200 lb-ft @ 1,800 8.0:1

Low Compression (1977) Estimated
130 @ 4,400 180 lb-ft @ 1,800 7.6:1

Bore 3.91"

Horsepower Torque (lb ft) Compression
Base Configuration (1970)
203 @ 4,800 262 @ 2,000 9.5:1

E37 (1970)
248 @ 4,800 305 @ 3,400 9.7:1

E38 (1970)
280 @ 5,000 310 @ 3,700 10.0:1

E49 (1972)
302@5,600 320 @ 4,100 10.0:1

All High Performance versions came with triple 2bbl DCOE Weber carburetors.

On that note, due to the limitations of Automation, all high performance variants (marked with a big HEMI in the name) have needed some Quality sliders for the valves. Each to an increasing degree as power went up.
One more thing to note: Also due to the limitations of Automation, I have taken slight liberty in the carb selection on NON high performance variants, and have matched up exhaust as it seemed best represented within Automation.

1970 265ci Base Engine

1970 265ci E37

1970 265ci E38

1971 215ci Eco

1972 265ci E49 (302HP BABY!)

1977 245ci LC (Low Compression, set up for unleaded 91RON)


RudolfHucker recreations

Here are some of my engine recreations that were originally posted in the Steam Workshop.
RudolfHucker - Zetec-SE.zip (107.6 KB)
RudolfHucker - Lotus 900 Series.zip (111.4 KB)
RudolfHucker - Rolls Royce Merlin.zip (74.3 KB)

Ford Zetec-SE (Sigma)

Rolls Royce Merlin/Meteor (Quarter Scale)


replica/recreation of the Opel manta a engines they are not 100% accurate but i tried my best

i recreated/replicated the following Opel manta a engines

  1. 1200S 2. 1600
  2. 1600S 4. 1900S
  3. GT/E


My 2jz


This thread has been inactive for awhile so i will revive it.

I have created the 4.8 L 1LR-GUE engine featured in the Lexus LFA.

Unfortunately due to valve float, my recreation has 5 valves per cylinder unlike the 4 of the actual 1LR. Other than that, the bore, stroke, compression ratio, rpm limit, horsepower, torque, and head/block material are identical to the actual.


VQ37-VHR with 333HP



FCA 6.2L HEMI V8 From the Hellcat and Trackhawk vehicles.

I tried for accuracy, but making a supercharged Hemi is not possible yet.


Ford Coyote 5.0 as used in the 2018 Ford Mustang GT.

This engine seems to reward you for revving it all the way out. The redline for the 2018 model went from 7000rpm on older models to 7500rpm.


Ford 4.6L 3v V8 out of a 2006 Ford Mustang GT.

This engine is not nearly as rev-happy nor as powerful as the 2018 Coyote 5.0, but pumping out 300HP this 4.6 is no slouch either.


Now i have made some Ford engines, time for some GM engines.

GM LS1 5.7L V8 from a 2001 C5 Corvette

GM LM7 5.3L Truck V8

GM 3800 V6 Series II from 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix

Yes, I have wasted hours making all of these engines today…