Two Mechanics Cut an Engine In Half. And Turned the Ignition
Converting forms of energy into mechanical force and motion is not an easy job -- bearing the burden of its task, the engine is a substantial piece of machinery. With constant explosions occurring inside it to get your vehicle moving, it's strong and gets the job done perfectly nearly every time. With all that power inside, it's not surprising that an engine would fight back if you cut it in half.
In this video, the Russian mechanics from the YouTube channel Garage 54, decide to take on the incredibly complicated task of cutting an engine in two to examine the intervals. And in fact, they don't stop there, and they take it a step further by starting the remaining half! If you're curious to see how they managed to do such a difficult task, make sure you watch the video embedded above and as always, enjoy! But seeing such a great Lada engine go through such pain while putting up a hearty fight may spoil your fun.
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