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1/4 BMW Motorsport S70/2 - McLaren F1 Scale Engine - Assembled

1/4 BMW Motorsport S70/2 - McLaren F1 Scale Engine - Assembled

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1/4 BMW Motorsport S70/2 - McLaren F1 Scale Engine made by dbsworks.

  • Highly detailed from top to bottom.
  • Realistic dimensions, all bolts and holes are represented
  • Painted to replicate aluminum, plastic, and other surfaces
  • Both exhaust manifolds are represented
  • Materials: 3D printed plastic and resin. Avoid direct sunlight or very hot environments.

PRE-ORDER: starts shipping from mid-March.

Size: 21x21x25 (centimeters)

The BMW S70/2 engine was developed specifically for the McLaren F1, a supercar produced between 1992 and 1998. The McLaren F1 was designed to be the ultimate driving machine, and BMW was chosen to provide the powerplant. BMW's engineers worked closely with McLaren's design team to create a bespoke engine that would meet the demanding requirements of the car.

The result was the S70/2, a 6.1-liter V12 engine that was unlike anything else on the market. It was mounted longitudinally behind the driver, a unique configuration that helped to centralize the car's weight and improve handling. The engine was also highly advanced, featuring a DOHC valvetrain, four valves per cylinder, and Bosch Motronic M5.2 electronic fuel injection.

The S70/2 engine was widely praised for its smoothness, reliability, and performance, delivering 627 horsepower and 480 lb-ft of torque. It helped to make the McLaren F1 one of the fastest and most capable supercars of its time, capable of reaching top speeds of over 240 mph. The engine was used exclusively in the McLaren F1, and its success helped to solidify BMW's reputation as a maker of world-class engines.

To this day, the BMW S70/2 engine is still highly regarded by automotive enthusiasts and experts as one of the best engines ever produced. Its performance, reliability, and engineering make it a standout in the history of automotive powerplants.

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