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  1. GlobMonster710


    11 giờ trước

    A quarter of an hour? Why not just say 15 mins

  2. Eric Fixalot

    Eric Fixalot

    11 giờ trước

    Take a shot every time he says “mega diesel engine”.

  3. Kenneth Luedtke Jr

    Kenneth Luedtke Jr

    Ngày trước

    With the life cycle very long and then the chance that any rebuild could be minimal excellent life and cost

  4. Otto Leisering

    Otto Leisering

    Ngày trước

    talk about fluff reporting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Christian WTF

    Christian WTF

    2 ngày trước

    Does anyone know the turbo size? Was thinking about putting one in my civic, but I am not sure if it will make enough power.

  6. hockleberry


    3 ngày trước

    Why is power washing the engines not an automated procedure? Seems like an easy thing to automate. My only guess is that the production volume, 25 per year, doesn't justify an automated power washing facility maybe.

  7. Yo Yo

    Yo Yo

    4 ngày trước

    Guy at the car meet talking about the engine in his garage he's getting ready to throw in the ol' Miata

  8. Heavy_Haul_N_Fool


    5 ngày trước

    MTU engines are on lots of drill rigs they are junk so bad the drillers are replacing them with Cummins and cats ...

  9. lil hotdog

    lil hotdog

    5 ngày trước

    Humans can be pretty amazing

  10. The Matt Hatter

    The Matt Hatter

    5 ngày trước

    "Requires total precision" uses shoe to spread precision sand.

  11. Siegfried3203


    5 ngày trước

    With so much music one cannot hear the sound of the engine. Pity

  12. whatsBF3


    6 ngày trước

    7:35 did he throw a rag into the mix lol

    • Madeleine Furman

      Madeleine Furman

      6 ngày trước

      Omfg he did...dead.

  13. Panther Platform

    Panther Platform

    6 ngày trước

    50°C is 122°F for all you 'Mericans out there...

  14. Panther Platform

    Panther Platform

    6 ngày trước


  15. Sasha Z

    Sasha Z

    7 ngày trước

    Proves that most super cars are way overpriced

  16. Raffaro


    7 ngày trước

    Six large cargo ships produce more exhaust/green house gasses than all the cars in the world , 50,000 cargo ships are in use today :(>

    • Robert Burley

      Robert Burley

      4 ngày trước

      Has anyone informed AOC yet?

  17. TheMotodiaries


    8 ngày trước

    picking up a rocker arm then applying a feeler gauge isnt how it works...

  18. TheMotodiaries


    8 ngày trước

    turbo charger, super charger, rep lost

  19. J PR

    J PR

    8 ngày trước

    At about the 33 min mark, the narrator spoke of a turbocharger, then supercharger, then again of a turbocharger.... is this engine equipments with both, or did he error when referring to supercharger?

  20. Renaissance People NYC

    Renaissance People NYC

    9 ngày trước

    Some of these quoted numbers appear to be WAY off....

  21. tubez4321


    11 ngày trước

    I yelled "WOO HOO!" every time the narrator said "done with extreme precision".

  22. rodrigo delallata

    rodrigo delallata

    12 ngày trước

    exceptional and precise. one thing they mentioned when they were smelting is that they added pig iron into the mix for the cast. would not have figured that, thought pig iron was to bridle.

  23. William Altizer

    William Altizer

    13 ngày trước

    Of course i am joking the germans are alright

  24. William Altizer

    William Altizer

    13 ngày trước

    They are in no way tiny people working, because if they were they'd be whistling and smiling. Unfortunately, they are certainly germans working on the next doomsday device

  25. Cory Mcgee

    Cory Mcgee

    14 ngày trước

    14:23 The lifting apparatus that is lifting the giant engine block is cracked. WTF!? No wonder they lost the war.

  26. moviesforrandy


    14 ngày trước

    d a m

  27. John Hasty

    John Hasty

    15 ngày trước

    Those plugs at 10:55 kinda resembles my nuts on a hot day... Just sayin’

  28. peter baxter

    peter baxter

    15 ngày trước

    I don't know if it's still the case, but when I visited German plants like these in the 90's, you could buy beer from vending machines in the shop.

  29. TIMEtoRIDE900


    16 ngày trước

    WHO the FUCK throws MAGNESIUM into a controlled casting of Fe, Ni, Cr, FeO, Mo, SiOx, Va, Cu, O2, N2 . . . .

  30. Kam


    16 ngày trước

    The assembly part of the motor would be a great job!! :)

  31. SpringCactus


    16 ngày trước

    How much power in a 48 Ton Tesla battery?

  32. YYFLY


    17 ngày trước

    A bit on the dramatic side...

  33. Sharon O'Dwyer

    Sharon O'Dwyer

    18 ngày trước

    Awesome accomplishment.

  34. ElectronicJunky


    21 ngày trước

    I want one for my fishing boat! how much?

  35. Geo T

    Geo T

    21 ngày trước

    50C = 122F in that ship's engine room. True?

    • JJSmalls


      6 ngày trước

      Yes, it can get that hot. More than likely they weren't allowed to run ventilation while the crankshaft was open.

    • JohnRinNoHo


      6 ngày trước

      I was in Las Vegas once when it was 119F during the day, at 11:00 at night it was 104F.

  36. bmwm750


    21 ngày trước

    “Retaining bolt” huh....ummmm it’s called a “wrist pin”......

  37. Aaron Schofield

    Aaron Schofield

    22 ngày trước

    To address the piston issue: I'd like to add that any magneto output under 14 quarvoids is immediately detract-able under the inverse stealth springs, this would link side-fumbling to a reactive logarithmic withholding of the belly-famultor and the end pins in the leaf-engurmulon. Thus causing the dingle arm to limp-shaft and the output to flim- flap. Basically the overpolarization is prevented by the seperate windings of the foscatulan wired in series with an under-bremulation of the fifth and seventh marzal vanes (not just the seventh) The phase pin firing time has to be bypassed by under-grammelling the coil windings in the squim-meter and over-bearing the noids.

  38. Mike B.

    Mike B.

    23 ngày trước

    Damn Sam, that is awesome.

  39. chris shields

    chris shields

    23 ngày trước

    52,000 HP! Holy shit!

  40. George-019


    24 ngày trước

    Imagine having to go to the store and buying oil for this thing

  41. expo


    25 ngày trước

    Really? The Germans still have diesel submarines?

  42. T.S. True sportsman

    T.S. True sportsman

    26 ngày trước

    I don't buy each bearing shell weighs 25 KG ? maybe 2.5 kg !

  43. Wall Cutter

    Wall Cutter

    26 ngày trước

    I liked the beginning shots also. Great video

  44. i robot

    i robot

    26 ngày trước

    I smoked like 3 blunts and I ended up watching the whole thing 😂 when it ended I was like “ how long was I watching this shit for “

  45. spootdev


    27 ngày trước

    What's that baby cost?

  46. narmale


    29 ngày trước

    "we are talking about measurements so minute, they can no longer be seen by the human eye" (worker proceeds to carefully sight down the deck of the block) really? you couldn't plan your editing alittle better?????

  47. Daniel Medley

    Daniel Medley

    29 ngày trước

    Its amazing any of this stuff actually works.

  48. Brian Ko

    Brian Ko

    Tháng trước

    Great video, it's in english but I have no idea what any of the measurements mean?

  49. mayi360


    Tháng trước

    Where are all the women workers?!?! Where's the EQUALITY DAMNIT!!! I KNOW WOMEN WANT TO DO THIS, SO WHY AREN'T THEY INCLUDED?!?!? Calm down buddy it's only S A R C A S M



    Tháng trước

    want it good and inexpensive, japan.... want THE BEST... Germany. out of the ashes of WW2 the japanese and the germans are whipping amerikas ass as amerika heads to 3rd world status by 2050

  51. kirknay


    Tháng trước

    18:38 Says tolerances are too minute to be perceived with the naked eye. *Proceeds to check with the naked eye*

  52. applejacks971


    Tháng trước

    They shoulda used CAT yellow with flat black valve covers...

    • Battleoid


      29 ngày trước

      Huh, its almost like this isn't a CAT engine or something...

  53. Colin Fichman

    Colin Fichman

    Tháng trước

    Drone footage could be a lot better

  54. Nate


    Tháng trước

    When did Europe become so infatuated with the word 'Mega'?

  55. bart perry

    bart perry

    Tháng trước

    Leave it to the Germans to create and assemble such a wonderful engine. HUGE koodos to you all.... Hey...GREAT JOB and GREAT VIDEO!! thumbs up!!

  56. Canabanana


    Tháng trước

    23:53 Huge Shaft

  57. Randy Griffith

    Randy Griffith

    Tháng trước

    Love the techno music in the background.

  58. CT2


    Tháng trước

    way to many ads.

  59. jake douglas

    jake douglas

    Tháng trước

    why use scrap metal for such an expensive machine

  60. that guy

    that guy

    Tháng trước

    just say 528 gallons an hours fucking retarded using liters

  61. JarJarBinks


    Tháng trước

    Germany! The land of machines! Deutschland Deutschland uber alles :)

  62. R Wood

    R Wood

    Tháng trước

    In my day we called them Multiple Trouble Units

  63. Connor Reynolds

    Connor Reynolds

    Tháng trước

    This guy just user supercharger and turbocharger interchangeably

    • Jgizzy -redacted-

      Jgizzy -redacted-

      19 ngày trước

      That's because in the engineering world, a turbocharger is just one specific device that falls under the broader category of a 'supercharger.' Not all superchargers happen to be turbochargers, but all turbochargers are superchargers. Terminology in industry is often different than in the car enthusiast world.

  64. J H Spain.

    J H Spain.

    Tháng trước

    This makes me miss working in a foundry I used to cast similar blocks for carpet manufacturers here in Chattanooga Tennessee it was called Eureka foundry.

  65. Dan R

    Dan R

    Tháng trước

    If you want something built with precision and quality leave it to the Germans . If you want low quality trash build it in china or Mexico.

  66. jaue82


    Tháng trước

    When your engine is smaller than this turbo....

  67. killtoy


    Tháng trước

    I cant phathom it, I see shorts and no safety helmets, I bet they have great health insurance......

  68. aerospot2


    Tháng trước

    Who first envisioned and designed such a thing?

    • Randy Griffith

      Randy Griffith

      Tháng trước

      aerospot2 that's exactly what I'm thinking rn. They must be bankin it. 😞

  69. Shifttube


    Tháng trước

    thought he said you dont have to service the motor only every 35years i new that was bullshit

  70. Shifttube


    Tháng trước

    germans have always big and badass shit better than my country in the usa and russia by far to bad there country is run by that crazy woman

  71. Shifttube


    Tháng trước

    It is not called a con rod its called a conecting rod

  72. mark kaupas

    mark kaupas

    Tháng trước

    We have achieved so much in the last 150 years and we are still ready to destroy each other at a moments notice. Shaking my head.

  73. superhoggbike


    Tháng trước

    nothing but white males working there, where's your token black homosexual tranny?

  74. TheOtherBill


    Tháng trước

    I'm thinking the average viewer of this knows more about engines than the narrator/scriptwriter. Not to mention the misleading title - these are big but not MEGA big.

  75. Jacob Shepherd

    Jacob Shepherd

    Tháng trước

    Forgot to show us testing tolerances with plastigauge ;)

  76. Aren't I Adorable

    Aren't I Adorable

    Tháng trước

    Must cost at least two million $ or more?

  77. Justin Cote

    Justin Cote

    Tháng trước

    I wonder if I can fit one in my civic

  78. KrisFlix


    Tháng trước

    A smelter? Is that someone who smells farts all day long?

  79. Ten Lugg Gaming

    Ten Lugg Gaming

    Tháng trước

    “It takes a quarter of an hour to assemble each one of the 20 pistons” that’s dramatic writing for ya. It takes 15 goddamn minutes. There’s no metric time measurement.

    • Brian Wilber

      Brian Wilber

      Tháng trước

      Ten Lugg Gaming Agreed! 😂

  80. Amberjack Captain

    Amberjack Captain

    Tháng trước

    Simply not enough lubrication, i’m not picky: teflon, graphite, silicon, oil, etc. love them all. You don’t get paid for the day unless you go home covered in lube.

  81. Kaden Brown

    Kaden Brown

    Tháng trước

    So its basically the same ass thing as a regular diesel engine?

  82. yeeforce


    Tháng trước

    "Special sealing compound " cuts to guy using industrial size loctite

    • Wayne Rainey

      Wayne Rainey

      Tháng trước

      Asinine comment.... cuts to you!

  83. TrashPanda 365

    TrashPanda 365

    Tháng trước

    10:55 testicles

  84. bulletsholes


    Tháng trước

    A "special" sealing compound? LOL. You mean silicone?

    • BilgeDweller


      Tháng trước

      Probably either Loctite 515 or similar, but not silicone.

  85. J S

    J S

    Tháng trước

    I spent much of a month training for the engine depicted here (8000) series, at the MTU Factory. It is a Medium Speed Diesel, not high speed as the narrator said, 1150 RPM at max Horsepower. We had four of these engines aboard a high speed vessel employing waterjet propulsion.

  86. fatboyblue269


    Tháng trước

    I would shave my beard if I worked as a smelter

  87. R.K. Edwards

    R.K. Edwards

    Tháng trước

    I'm always amazed by the criticism of the use of terms, and even more so by the ignorant use of vulgar comments in these videos. It's free, it's an condensed tour of the manufacturing and maintenance of the engines. Be grateful not critical. If ya don't like it......turn it off.

  88. Martin Brown

    Martin Brown

    Tháng trước

    33:48 - 33:10 supercharger and turbocharger were used interchangeably. they are indeed turbochargers, not superchargers (the more you know)

    • J S

      J S

      Tháng trước

      on this particular engine, there are 4 turbos, at idle, 2 operate, as load increases, the 3rd and 4th are engaged by the opening of dampers on the exhaust inlets.

  89. Justin Peterson

    Justin Peterson

    Tháng trước

    Do they use dpf systems though haha

  90. Doug G

    Doug G

    Tháng trước

    Foundation stones at Baalbic weigh 900 tons each. Moved by the Romans ? Nah

  91. Doug G

    Doug G

    Tháng trước

    These guys love earrings.

  92. Robert Kucera

    Robert Kucera

    Tháng trước

    "All this takes place days before the actual casting, which also demands total precision." *1 minute later shows guy spilling molten material all over the place*

    • R.K. Edwards

      R.K. Edwards

      Tháng trước

      There is always spilling that takes place during the pouring process. Some of what you are seeing is the natural splashing of the still thick molten metal and some of it is just plain sparks.

  93. liquidalloy


    Tháng trước

    "Whoever smelt it, dealt it"

  94. Seth H7bber

    Seth H7bber

    Tháng trước

    Can only be losened with hydraulic bolt tensions cylinder nuts or me with a breaker bar

  95. eric schmitz

    eric schmitz

    Tháng trước

    I wonder how this motor fits into aoc's green new deal.

    • bulletsholes


      Tháng trước

      Right up her dumbass, I hope...

  96. Ghassem Zomorodinia

    Ghassem Zomorodinia

    Tháng trước

    واقعا آفرین چقدر زیبا بود

  97. Garrett S

    Garrett S

    Tháng trước

    Good documentary. I recommend limiting the use of the word 'men' to describe every single crew/job title. Using more descriptive/explicit job titles just sounds better. For example, near the beginning the "men" inspect the engine for 10 minutes. I think the "engine crew" or even the "crew" is that much more descriptive and sounds more intelligent. There are MANY more instances in this video where such a small change from "the men" would enhance the narration without making it too technical and full of jargon. Even removing the use of "the men/the crew/etc." is advisable at times. Instead of "the men lower the power unit into the ________" you could say "the power unit is lowered into the __________". The use of "men" isn't the problem, but its overuse is really quite apparent.

    • Savetheworld killyoself

      Savetheworld killyoself

      Tháng trước

      I sorta agree....but I looked three times and didn't see any women...but I guess they could have been gender ________, you fill in the blank, I'd hate to confuse or insult anyone's feelings. They should probably start working on changing the whole "mankind" thing too eh? Maybe like they kind or crew kind or us kind. And what about Human? Shouldn't there be a change for the word hu-man? Hit me back with some replacements for these unconscionable words being used to oppress and divide we kind ....errr what ever.....

  98. statikreg


    Tháng trước

    Needs more power.

  99. Chris Perrien

    Chris Perrien

    Tháng trước

    MTU maker of these engines - Actually the old "Maybach " Company- made almost all German Tank engines in WWII- gasoline, Now they make the diesel engine for the Leopard II also. Small by comparison to these 5ton/48Ton engines, 1500HP vs 13600 HP but engine weight /HP output about the same. bark park 250-300HP ton. Cool stuff, about forging , milling , assembling these motors, Metal shop 401 , gorgeous engines .Heavy duty , and also replacing a diesel "jug"(cylinder head/ piston/power unit) IIRC

  100. Bryant Marmolejo

    Bryant Marmolejo

    Tháng trước

    Throw an LS in it

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