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E3200 5x5x7 3200 power 334/399/355 ppf
2016-01-16, 02:17 AM (This post was last modified: 2016-01-16 05:02 PM by pevo12.)
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E3200 5x5x7 3200 power 334/399/355 ppf
imgur

updated blueprint

This is an ireLan R3200 inspired engine. It is slightly larger at 5x5x7 (the R3200 is 5x5x5), but it is much more efficient at 334/399/355 ppf (the R3200 is 179/147/134)

https://www.reddit.com/r/FromTheDepths/c...200_5x5x7/
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2016-01-16, 02:43 AM
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Hah I was half working on an inlined Redline myself, this one is much better, good job Big Grin

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2016-01-16, 04:43 AM
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RE: E3200 5x5x7 3200 power 334/399/355 ppf
Agreed, that is a beautifully piped engine right there.

But wait, there's more! Smile Take Ruger's re-piping, and give it a little more pipe re-routing on the back and you can have an exhaust outlet that lies flat.
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And that flat piped engine just happens to line up perfectly to itself...
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Into a double-sized engine with one exhaust circuit. Doesn't actually get you much, only a boost at 10% up to 387ppf, but still slightly cool.
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2016-01-16, 04:56 AM (This post was last modified: 2016-01-16 04:59 AM by Ruger.)
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RE: E3200 5x5x7 3200 power 334/399/355 ppf
yup thats the exact re-re-piping I did Big Grin

also you can change a bit around the generator block to save 1 exhaust Smile

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2016-01-16, 06:03 AM (This post was last modified: 2016-01-16 05:04 PM by pevo12.)
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RE: E3200 5x5x7 3200 power 334/399/355 ppf
I re-piped as well, and added some color to make it easy to see.

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You can now add as many in a row as you want as well if you just replace the engine block with a crankshaft.

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The blueprint has been updated.
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2016-01-16, 11:13 AM
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RE: E3200 5x5x7 3200 power 334/399/355 ppf
That's a thing of beauty.

Might have to replace my Redline MK3s with those.

What'cha calling it? Just the E3200?
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2016-01-16, 05:51 PM
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(2016-01-16 11:13 AM)Qes Wrote:  What'cha calling it? Just the E3200?

It was based on the R3200 "Redline", so i'm calling it the E3200 "Blueline".
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2016-01-16, 11:09 PM
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RE: E3200 5x5x7 3200 power 334/399/355 ppf
Perfectly sized for my sub 4k block submarine *yoink!* Older engines had superchargers and efficiency dropped a heck of a lot above 20% and this allows for more shields, yay!
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2016-01-18, 06:40 AM
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+1 this is a feat of tetris.
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2016-01-18, 08:00 AM
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i want

People has asked what's the easiest way to kill a squirrel, most will say laser. But for me the easiest way is pressing Esc and choose "destroy enemy vehicles" Big Grin
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