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Crankpins are evenly spaced along the length of the crankshaft—one crankpin for each cylinder.
While this might just look like any other V8, its flat-plane crankshaft makes all the difference.
Now motor car engines of whatever type, and whether water-cooled or air-cooled, had fixed cylinders and a revolving crankshaft.
The piston rod transmits the power to the crankshaft, a long rotating piece of steel.
Cast-iron pistons are used, and are connected to the crankshaft in the same manner as with the Gnome and Le Rhone engines.
The crankshaft carried a pinion gearing with an internally toothed wheel on the transmission shaft which carried the air-screw.
Lubrication was by means of two pumps, one scavenging and one suction, oil being fed under pressure from the crankshaft.