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fleshcoatedtechnology:

According to Duke Engineering, their axial engine is the most efficient and lightest engine you can put in boats, light aircrafts, and generators—the mechanical engine of the (near) future! 
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pretty sure thats what Mazda said about the rotary engine, but dem apex seals tho

zapman04:

fleshcoatedtechnology:

According to Duke Engineering, their axial engine is the most efficient and lightest engine you can put in boats, light aircrafts, and generators—the mechanical engine of the (near) future! 

[Source] [Via]

pretty sure thats what Mazda said about the rotary engine, but dem apex seals tho

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w00ser:

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w00ser:

うーさー像崩壊

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tunagobbler:

THE WAY IT’S WRITTEN.

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zapman04:

fleshcoatedtechnology:

According to Duke Engineering, their axial engine is the most efficient and lightest engine you can put in boats, light aircrafts, and generators—the mechanical engine of the (near) future! 
[Source] [Via]

pretty sure thats what Mazda said about the rotary engine, but dem apex seals tho

zapman04:

fleshcoatedtechnology:

According to Duke Engineering, their axial engine is the most efficient and lightest engine you can put in boats, light aircrafts, and generators—the mechanical engine of the (near) future! 

[Source] [Via]

pretty sure thats what Mazda said about the rotary engine, but dem apex seals tho

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w00ser:

うーさー像崩壊

w00ser:

うーさー像崩壊

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w00ser:

うー砂ー像

w00ser:

うー砂ー像

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tunagobbler:

THE WAY IT’S WRITTEN.

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