V-Twin Motorcycle Engine Brick Sets by Ronald Tewes

V-Twin Motorcycle Engine Brick Sets by Ronald Tewes


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Parts:1653  pcs
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.Model Introduction: Authorized and designed by Ronald Tewes, is inspired by the realistic engine. Designed with a M-type motor and a battery compartment, making it a well-designed, sturdy, and aesthetically pleasing engine model with high visual and collectible value.
.Quality Parts: Made from eco-friendly ABS materials, this set contains 1653 parts of high-quality precision casting and processing. Fit tightly with each other for a stable structure, the parts have no burrs, the surface is not scratched, and the building process is very safe.
.Clear Instruction Steps: Comes with a QR code manual, provides access to cloud-based instructions. The steps are detailed and easy to understand, allowing for quick assembly with the help of visual instructions.
.Value and Significance: Once assembled, this set makes an excellent display model and background decor. Ideal as a fantastic gift for building blocks enthusiasts, mechanical enthusiasts, engine model lovers.
.Notes: With small parts; handle with care. Suitable for ages 16+. If you encounter any issues during assembly, please don’t hesitate to contact us promptly.
.Background Information:
Production time: since 2017
Configuration: 45° V-twin engine
Valve train: OHV 8-valve overhead
Fuel system: air-cooled and oil-cooled technology, and valve activation through push rods
Fuel type: Gasoline
Predecessor: Twin Cam
Class: Radial V-Twin
Power: 81hp 107ci, 86hp 114ci @Rear Wheel.
History: For enthusiasts of power machinery, the year 1903 is unforgettable. It marked the Wright brothers’ first flight and the founding of many renowned automotive brands. However, for fervent American motorcycle enthusiasts, the birth of Harley-Davidson in that same year held particular significance. From then on, it led freedom-loving riders on a journey spanning over a century.
Harley-Davidson was born in 1903 on the shores of Lake Michigan in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. The first motorcycle produced in 1905 featured a single-cylinder air-cooled engine with a displacement of approximately 400cc. Yet, Harley’s true legend began with their V-Twin design. From 1909 to the present day, the sound of the V-Twin engine has resonated throughout an entire century.
Since its inception, Harley has weathered various storms: World War I, the 1920s, the Great Depression, World War II, reputation challenges, restructuring, and revival, giving birth to the Fat Boy, expanding internationally, challenges with police patrol models, the 2007 strike, and the financial crisis. Nevertheless, it has remained a prominent brand in the eyes of power machinery enthusiasts worldwide, embodying passion, freedom, and enthusiasm. It’s an icon for rock music lovers of the 1960s, a spokesperson for the “peace and love” era, and a pioneer of street-customized motorcycles with dual exhaust pipes and engines exceeding 1000cc.
.Prototype Introduction:
The Milwaukee-Eight engine is the company’s ninth-generation “Big Twin” engine, but it is only the fourth entirely new Big Twin introduced by Harley in 80 years, first debuting in 2016. These engines differ from traditional Big Twin engines as each cylinder boasts four valves, totaling eight, hence its name. Moreover, it signifies a return to the single camshaft configuration used on Harley Big Twin engines from 1936 to 1999. All these engines feature internal balancers, with dual camshafts balancing only Softail models, and the engine is rigidly mounted on Softail models.
Cycle World, like many other motorcycle magazines, was given the opportunity to test ride and review the Milwaukee-Eight engine. The reviews have been positive, and report a better ride quality. Cycle World’s reviewer reported a noticeable reduction in the heat output from the engine, enabling the reviewer to ride more comfortably. The review concludes that the changes make this engine an improvement over its predecessor.


.Material: ABS
.Product Weight: 1553g
.Package Weight: 2053g
.Product Dimensions: 34 x 24 x 29cm
.Package Dimensions: 35.8 x 26 x 6.8cm
.Packing: Graphic Carton
.Ages: 16+

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Weight2.0566 kg