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The Maserati MC20 Nettuno Engine Uses Pre-Chamber Combustion Like Formula 1 Cars!

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The Maserati MC20 Nettuno Engine uses dual combustion chambers, dual spark plugs per cylinder, and dual injectors per cylinder. It's packed with innovative tech, sharing commonalities with F1 pre-chamber engine technology. It's a 3.0L, twin-turbo V6 engine making 620 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of torque. The prechamber technology allows for greater power output by reducing engine knock. Watch the video to learn all about it!

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  • Yaaaassss

      7 months ago
  • Back in the 70’s Honda had stratified charge engines. Honda called it CVCC. It was available in Civics. Say “ CVCCCIVIC three times quickly!”

      7 months ago
  • Fascinating

      7 months ago
  • Interesting.

    I wonder if this could be retro-fitted, as a sparking plug replacement, to some suitably designed cylinder heads.

    Oh, forgot, they have a patent, so they are denying the world a technology that could reduce resources and improve air quality, unless a suitable fee is paid.

      8 months ago
    • This could not be retrofitted as a spark plug replacement. Patent laws are also responsible for great advancements in technology and information sharing by protecting innovators and their ideas, encouraging them to be widely showcase...

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        8 months ago
  • Love your vids!

      8 months ago
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