Yes! Let's get some pneumatic valves on a group buy!
I think you can still buy Cosworth V10’s. They sell them and install them in any 1989-2005 F1 car you bring them.echedey wrote: ↑Sun Apr 25, 2021 11:53 pmGentlemen, there is no luck, he does not sell the designs that he could understand, but as it is a discontinued engine, he could sell the drawings to f1 fans and this man will earn money for the work done, no one asks him to give them away, he could put a reasonable price And sell copies of the drawings, someone who can get me a copy of those drawings or talk to him, thank you, I would be helpful and I would appreciate it if someone could convince you.
I have the book ‘’under the skin of the championship-winning F1-2000’’ By Peter Wright. Ordered my copy from RET before the book went into print. Excellent cutaways, illustrations, drawing, photos. But no external or internal dimensions. Cannot understand how one can make proper working drawings of the 049 from what is shown in that book.coaster wrote: ↑Sun May 02, 2021 10:37 pmIf you can prefer a ferrari v10, there is a book 'inside a ferrari f2000', its an expensive book, but this book contains front, side views both external and internal. As well as internal dimensions pubilished, the information needs to be scanned, traced, scaled and redrawn again to the nearest sizes in 2d, then it must be converted 3d.
This process will take time and need maybe 3 cad draftsmen and 6 months.
You could try this alone, but it may take a few years of your spare time.
I tried and got as far as scaling, that took about one year, it was intense and difficult.
Then redraw and 3d was need, maybe 2 years.
I gave up, life is too short.
Edit; a japanese magazine called 'motor fan' had a similar amount published about hondas v8 kers engine from the button / barrichello era.
Again, maybe 2 years of spare time to process.
Correct I got many pms off the original poster...just to have it out in the open, the cad would be many many manyyyy thousands as it took a lot of my life to do. Even at that, its just step files - with no +/- tolerancing in terms of GDT...not to mention exact material spec, surface roughness, or surface treatments so somewhat useless unless you just wanted to print 3d models....