Ferrari 512 M
Ferrari 512 M


Ferrari 512 M Engine

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1 Engine
1.1 Engine type
1.2 Power
1.2.1 Max power
Devel Sixteen E..
610.00 PS
Rank: 72 (Overall)
Toyota Sports 800 Engine
1.2.2 Power RPM
9000 rpm
1.3 Torque
1.3.1 Max torque
Devel Sixteen E..
501 Nm
Rank: 100 (Overall)
Toyota Sports 800 Engine
1.3.2 Torque RPM
5000 rpm
1.4 Cylinders
1.4.1 Number of cylinders
Bugatti Veyron ..
Rank: 2 (Overall)
Toyota Sports 800 Engine
1.4.2 Valves per cylinder
Chevrolet Camar..
Rank: 4 (Overall)
Dodge Challenger R/T Shaker Engine
1.4.3 Valve configuration
Double overhead camshaft (DOHC)
1.5 Engine displacement
Dodge Viper SRT..
4994 cc
Rank: 67 (Overall)
Daihatsu Copen Engine
1.6 Supercharger
16% Ferrari Sports Cars have it !
1.7 Turbocharger
10% Ferrari Sports Cars have it !
1.8 Bore and stroke
1.8.1 Bore diameter
Panther 6 Engine
87.00 mm
Rank: 45 (Overall)
Toyota Celica Engine
1.8.2 Stroke length
Panther 6 Engine
70.00 mm
Rank: 93 (Overall)
Toyota Celica Engine
1.9 Cooling system
Water Cooling System
1.10 Compression ratio
Renault Alpine ..
9.20 :1
Rank: 50 (Overall)
McLaren P1 Engine
1.11 Redline
Ferrari LaFerra..
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Toyota Sports 800 Engine
1.12 Emission class
Not Available
1.13 Engine management system
Not Available
1.14 Lubrication system
Dry sump

Ferrari 512 M Engine Type

Engine is an integral part of any sports car. Ferrari 512 M engine type is V12 which consists of 12 cylinders, 6 on each side mounted on a crankcase driving a common crankshaft. Ferrari 512 M engine is mainly responsible for Ferrari 512 M Top Speed! The valve configuration of the Ferrari 512 M cylinder valves in engine is Double overhead camshaft (DOHC). DOHC means there are two camshafts for each cylinder bank to control the valves of the cylinders. One camshaft controlling the intake valves and the other controlling the exhaust valves. It improves the combustion efficiency. Ferrari 512 M engine has 12 cylinders and every cylinder has 4 valves. Ferrari 512 M engine displacement is 4994 cc and its bore and stroke is 87.00 mm and 70.00 mm respectively! You can increase the power by increasing the displacemnet of the cylinder or by increasing the bore diameter or stroke length but only up to a certain limit. Ferrari 512 M compression ratio is 9.20 :1 and its the ratio of the largest capacity to the smallest capacity of the internal combustion engine.

Engine System of Ferrari 512 M

Engine System of Ferrari 512 M is the most vital aspect considering fuel efficiency and price economics. Information on engine management system of Ferrari 512 M is not available. Ferrari 512 M cooling system is Water Cooling System. The cooling system helps to release the waste heat and improves heat transfer in the engine! Ferrari 512 M uses Dry sump lubrication system. Emission class is not available.

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