Haynes Internal Combustion Engine

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Now you can build a fully working model of a petrol car engine with ignition sound and illuminating spark plugs with this awesome Haynes Build Your Own Internal Combustion Engine kit.

The engine you build is a greatly simplified version of a real car engine. The model is designed to be fun to put together, and to make it easier for you to understand how a full-size four-stroke car engine works.

  • Working model of a petrol car engine
  • 4 cylinder engine with ignition sound
  • Electric motor (requires 2x AA batteries, not included)
  • Illuminating spark plugs
  • Includes instructions and step-by-step diagrams

The model is fun to put together and the kit contains all the tools you'll need and over 100 parts to assemble the working model. It comes complete with it's very own Haynes Manual, giving clear step-by-step instructions. 

This box contains all the parts and tools you need to assemble the working model. It comes complete with its very own Haynes Manual giving you clear step-by-step instructions to guide you through the build process, all you need to provide is the time, two batteries and a little vegetable oil. The on/off controller also includes a sound chip which reproduces the noise of an engine starting, as the model begins to work.