loading
reading
writing
saving
searching
There was an error loading the page; please try to refresh the page.

We've detected you are using a browser that is missing critical features.

Please visit craigslist from a modern browser.

try the craigslist app » Android iOS
favorite
favorite
hide
unhide
flag

Posted

print

VERY NICE ROLLS ROYCE METEOR V12 ENGINE - $12,000 (Reno)

1234
Rolls Royce Meteor V12 engine. Came from surplus. Took top end apart and inspected, Leakdown and compression were great. Valve adjustment was great. Engine was very clean.
Includes support cart with ignition panel, oil tank and fuel tank, fuel pump and regulator, oil priming pump available also. Has great oil pressure and runs like a BEAST.
Perfect for your next RAT Rod Rolls Royce swap. Same 1650CI 27L engine as Rolls Royce Merlin without the supercharger. Check the link on our Instagram to see it run.
instagram.com/p/CS2QBEiJ6j-/. This is a later Mark V engine. 650bhp/1450 lbs/ft

The Rolls-Royce Meteor later renamed the Rover Meteor is a British tank engine that was developed during the Second World War. It was used in British tanks up to 1964. It was a result of co-operation between Leyland Motors and Rolls-Royce who between them in 1941 had suggested that a specialised de-rated version of the Merlin aero-engine would be highly suitable for use in armoured fighting vehicles.

The Meteor was developed from the Merlin by W. A. Robotham and his chassis design and development division at Clan Foundry, Belper, as they were not involved in aero-engine work and his engineers were under-used. With the aid of engineers from Leyland, who were engaged in tank work, he considered RR's two V12s; the Kestrel, while having more power than the existing "Liberty" or Meadows engines, did not provide the desirable 20 bhp per ton (producing only 475 bhp on "pool" petrol) required, so the 1,030 bhp (770 kW) Merlin III was chosen. Also, the Merlin was being produced in two factories, and some components not suitable for an aero engine could be used in a "derated" Meteor engine (unlike an aero engine even a tank engine driven hard did not require continuous maximum power).

Call Herbert Performance Co.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

post id: 7397675390

posted:

updated:

best of [?]