License: This is licensed for non-commercial use only.
Radial Aircraft Engine
The radial aircraft engine is a simple prop featuring realistic cylinder fins...which makes it a little bigger file than usual.
One engine can be used as is, or stack one behind anohter to make a 16-cylinder radial and so on.
Give your aircraft models a realistic-looking power plant.
A spare cylinder is included for making other air-cooled engine types, such as V-twin, flat 4 and 6, etc.
Charles Lipe, copyright 4-6-17
This product is free for personal and commercial use, but don't claim it as your own.
tevent2 6:27PM | Fri, 21 April 2017
Just a technical quibble. Because all the individual connecting rods in a radial engine are connected to one master rod, radial engines always have an odd number of cylinders per bank, usually 5, 7 or 9. Yours has 8 which would be technically impossible. Is that what you mean by "spare cylinder"?