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Andrew Romanowski of the Lamborghini Club America stops by the garage with Rob Cleary to show Jay the smallest and the largest Lamborghini V12's - the 3.5 liter version used in the 350GT, and the 8.0 liter marine version used in offshore racing.
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Lamborghini Engines: 350 GT and 8 Liter Marine - Jay Leno’s Garage
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11 Feb 2019

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Hank g
Hank g Vor 2 Minuten
Lots of privilege in this here garage
deadboy600
deadboy600 Vor 6 Stunden
How is the 8 liter boat engine a 2 valve with DOHC? Or did he misspeak? ANd the original bore and stroke of the 350GT was a 3.03" (77mm) bore and a 2.44" (62mm) stroke. That comes to 3.45 liters or 211.08 cubic inches. A V8 with that bore and stroke would be 2.3 liters! lol
PIYUSH GAUTAM
PIYUSH GAUTAM Vor 7 Stunden
Music to my ears
The True Gamer
The True Gamer Vor 8 Stunden
THIS COMMENT IS GOING TO GET DISLIKES AND NEGATIVE COMMENTS A Toyota supra can beat this , it's a v6 ,lol
cms8383
cms8383 Vor 8 Stunden
I can't wait to see what Leno puts one of those 8 liter v12's in
B Cortelyou
B Cortelyou Vor 13 Stunden
Where in the hell is rotary? Smaller design and puts out crazy horsepower. It seems people over look the rotary every single time. Piston engines have been around forever.
Carlos C
Carlos C Vor 13 Stunden
Don’t lean on the exhaust Jay! Idk why that bugged me so much
Justin L
Justin L Vor 16 Stunden
these two stiffs lol
Ladco77
Ladco77 Vor 16 Stunden
What cameraman and editor thought it was a good idea to only show cuts from the exhaust tip and the tachometer when the marine engine was running?
OB
OB Vor 18 Stunden
This is what we would be left with if the Green New Deal ever goes through.
Matthew M
Matthew M Vor 20 Stunden
Absolute works of functional art.
Mr Everything
Mr Everything Vor 21 Stunde
Jay “Why would you want to cool the exhaust?” Leno
M Dparra
M Dparra Vor Tag
You chin is low as a lambo! Chump! Ha!
Rebecca Bunch
Noticing an overuse / repeating of "actually", "basically", "obviously", "appreciate" , "a little bit" and other words / phrases? Find out more on facebook @ ColePhoenixWolvesforHire. Allegedly.
boost_is_happiness i
leaning on the exhaust , damn jay . show some respect.
nakternal
nakternal Vor Tag
Lol. couldn't hold up next to an LS!
justcarcrazy
justcarcrazy Vor Tag
9:54 Too heavy? Really? A Hemi 426 weighs 382 kg for a meagre 317 kW.
Dil Lee
Dil Lee Vor Tag
Great engines, I have a Berkley jet boat, the water cools the engine and acts as a sound dampening in the exhaust ( water cylincer / moufler. When in the water you can distinctly hear the difference with and without water.
Gregory Naas
Gregory Naas Vor Tag
How about uploading a video on the Studebaker Avanti
George Robartes
William Lyons ( Jaguar) designed the V12 as a competition only engine with 4 cam 4 valves/cylinder short stroke with Lucas fuel injection in the 50's . The Jaguar displaced 5.3 litre as standard but by boring and stroking the same block could go out to 10 litres . Lyons based his design on the Merlin engine and is around 3/4 of its overall size . The Jaguar took Porches reign in World Endurance with 400 less horsepower in a basically 30 year old design engine . The torsional stiffness of the Jaguar block made it ideal for rear engine placement and carry the suspension . The description of cooling a boat motor is not quite correct . The engine runs a sealed system just like a car but differs by having a seawater to coolant heat exchanger . The seawater is taken up by a skin fitting by an engine driven pump to a turbulence chamber ( swirl pot) and pumped through the heat exchanger . The engine coolant passes through tubes within the heat exchanger and returns to the engine after giving up heat to the much cooler sea water .It's normally contra flowed for efficiency . This keeps the engine operating at its normal temperature range , rather than having colder seawater introduced directly into the aluminium engine via a restrictor plate or marine stat , as with an outboard engine of the day ,which had to be flushed with freshwater after use ,before internal coatings were developed . The exhaust is normally constructed tube within tube a very specialised mandrel bending job with several firms in the UK still manufacturing these systems , and the spent seawater introduced into the jacket this forms close to the cylinder head . Without some form of cooling in the enclosed engine bays , the ordinary tubular manifolds glowed red hot producing a fire hazard . In the early V8 boats I built , I used the stock cast iron manifolds which were quite short and dissipated heat well and pumped the seawater into stainless steel exhaust tubes immediately after the cast iron section , that then led out the back , at single points in each bank . I used the 215 ci ( 3500cc) Olds/Rover engines as they were light and could make respectable power very easily , the only reliability mod was using the bigger Buick oil pump gears and home made adapter plates to get more oil circulating and assisting with the engine cooling .This worked quite well and did not effect the power of the engine from its car origin and added a glorious bubbling roar , which attracted a lot of attention sometimes from the river police . A roaring V8 engined 14' ski boat was not that common in the UK back in the 70's ! Back to the race type exhausts , at the end of each jacket ,at the tuned pipe length , a series of small pipes one from each main tube then dumps the seawater into the collector and exhausted with the engine gases out the back . The exit can be mounted above or below the water line . I normally ran mine submerged so the noise was not obtrusive until the boat was on the plane !! The cold sea water is also used to cool the oil by means of another heat exchanger , but I normally just welded in some tube into the steel sump pan so the seawater would run through this first then into the heat exchanger . Just a single coil around the pickup was enough to hold oil temperature down to around 85-90° at the pickup . The Hydro Drag boats don't need this exhaust cooling system and being fresh water boats probably run a direct style system pretty much like an outboard engine with a stat controlling temperature . I'd think if Lucas Oil included the UK in their series in the London Docks , there would be 10s of thousands of people paying a lot of money to see the show !
slowboat
slowboat Vor 2 Tage
Love your work Jay.
David R
David R Vor 2 Tage
Beep - Beep.
Sky Dance
Sky Dance Vor 2 Tage
Up next SV, SVJ, GTR Diablo Video Series? Fantastic Mechanical Art, Great Video!
Scott C
Scott C Vor 2 Tage
""it represents the middle point..." - lovely point Mr Leno, thanks.
youngscotsman
youngscotsman Vor 2 Tage
What about the Lamborghini Tractors and engines? Where it started...!!!!! I knew the tractors before the Miura or Countach......a friend has a marine Lambo engine in his Boat.....built when engineering and motors were hand crafted and attention to detail.
DesertDigger1
DesertDigger1 Vor 2 Tage
Looks reminiscent of a Merlin engine.
Aloha-airhead
Aloha-airhead Vor 2 Tage
When Jay switches off at 8:26, the water temperature gauge is still stuck under 40º C. So, even at 3500 rpm, I have to agree with those who thought that he was a little rev happy a little too soon. But I also agree that Jay knows what he's doing...
MyJizz UrEye
MyJizz UrEye Vor 2 Tage
Keep waiting for the bald guy to say its got cop engine, cop suspension.
candice beebe
candice beebe Vor 2 Tage
This is nothing more than a bunch of stupid $hit.
ddagruma
ddagruma Vor 2 Tage
With respect to Bizzarrini, there is a great series of interviews on youtube where he explains the origin of the Lambo V12 and why he used a Chevy V8 in his own car. de-vid.com/video/video-X03kiL5AasI.html
SM Freak
SM Freak Vor 2 Tage
8:02 and 16:08
Alex Carpenter
Alex Carpenter Vor 2 Tage
Jay....the Marine version maybe destined for an early Dodge Powerwagon
Z Szilagyi
Z Szilagyi Vor 2 Tage
If the hair stands up on your arms it’s a good engine sound, amazing stuff!
POGO3D
POGO3D Vor 2 Tage
Those are huge engines! Just size wise... Very cool and interesting to watch.
Tom Nekuda
Tom Nekuda Vor 2 Tage
I had 4 DCOE Webers on a cross-ram manifold in a Chevy I owned.....why did I let it go? Anyway, they were beautiful in their simplicity.....pull one jet stack and you had everything...idle, emulsion tube, main jet, etc all in one. You didn't need to drain carbs or anything to change whatever you wanted to alter. When you whacked open the throttles you were met with a fantastic, marvelous moan of power. I swear, that sound was better than love......... Absolutely, perfect mixture!! These engines are beautiful....thanks for this video Jay!
Twoleggedkumulava
I need that eight Litre in my power wagon ASAP!!
luca_rai25
luca_rai25 Vor 3 Tage
It' s fantastic to see my friends Andrew and Rob by Jay Leno!!! Great the ideas of the engines on the carts!!! Lambo power for Lambo lovers!
R 3rd
R 3rd Vor 3 Tage
thats a lot of over engineering.
rizzle razzleuno
rizzle razzleuno Vor 3 Tage
Great discussion. Please have Andrew back when he has the 3.5 back into the car.
10liberty
10liberty Vor 3 Tage
freaking works of art. exotic and beautiful at the same time.
Mystery Shopper
Mystery Shopper Vor 3 Tage
Remember watching the late night installment of off shore boat racing in the UK when I was a kid, loved it...
broomsterm
broomsterm Vor 3 Tage
990 pounds for a 488 cubic inch engine? A Chevy weighs about 665 pounds, and you can get a factory 572 with 720 hp. WTF would you want that Lambo for except for bragging rights?
broomsterm
broomsterm Vor 3 Tage
Put the Lambo in a boat....it would be awesome.
Harrison Boone
Harrison Boone Vor 3 Tage
If it's the last thing I ever do, I'll "shoehorn" a Lamborghini 350 GT engine into my 1967 Morris Minor 1000.
Harrison Boone
Harrison Boone Vor 3 Tage
Ha haa haaaa, I'll make it happen rizzle, I'm on a mission. :-)
rizzle razzleuno
rizzle razzleuno Vor 3 Tage
Ha ha. A reliable Japanese 4 cylinder with 130hp and disc brakes would be a huge improvement. 🚗🙂
Gregory Parrott
Gregory Parrott Vor 3 Tage
3.5 liters for 12 cylinders is small. I own a 6 cylinder with the same 3.5 liter displacement. The DCOE side draft Webers are a beautiful feature. For the 990 pound, 8 liter ,12 cylinder, the overhead cams must add a lot of weight, as Chevy lists their 8.2 liter aluminum LS big block as weighing 602 pounds - a whopping 388 pounds lighter. Of course with the advance of combustion science over the decades, the Chevy also makes more power. But, twelve cylinders sounds awesome.
jimi08jam
jimi08jam Vor 3 Tage
My friends Lamborghini transmission went out in the 1st year. It was $20,000 to fix
P Tourne
P Tourne Vor 3 Tage
Was waiting for J to accidentally rest his arm on those hot headers...
kyle stewart
kyle stewart Vor 3 Tage
I’m kinda impressed Jay didn’t burn himself on either of those headers. Lol.
BigCooter.com
BigCooter.com Vor 3 Tage
video demonetized for excessive carbon footprint, LOL!!!!
joe coquerre
joe coquerre Vor 3 Tage
i met Valantino BALBONI when I bought my first GALLARDO LP 550-2,(No 123/250),he signed my engine,the most humble guy,I met in the Super-Car Business,he told me,he"ll kill me,if I ever sold it....!!!!...He owns,not the No 1,but the VB 00.00 .
Jorge Verdejo
Jorge Verdejo Vor 3 Tage
Awesome video! Love seeing Lamborghini content on Jay Leno's Garage! Great job Andrew!
ricky v
ricky v Vor 3 Tage
I will say that Lamborghini's do make wonderful cars and engines. With some many moving parts though, labor and mechanical failures are to be expected. LOL
Lawrence Romanosky
Wow I have a long-lost brother who likes Lamborghinis!
quietguy
quietguy Vor 3 Tage
That 8 liter is a bloody Monster.
Robert Poudrette
Robert Poudrette Vor 3 Tage
I really like the Ferrari Colombo V12s but this 3.5 liter here sounds almost like a cross between a hot-rod V8 and that Colombo V12... great sounds! Old Italian V12 don't just make horsepower, they also make music in the process!
Steven Van Loven
Steven Van Loven Vor 3 Tage
fan tas tic !!
Miguel Ferrandis Perez
Imagine having that inside bedroom as alarm clock
lambojack1
lambojack1 Vor 3 Tage
The work done on the 3.5 liter engine was epic. And to see it running so well now is a true pleasure. There is nothing as satisfying as the V12 engine sound.
Airbus321Pilot
Airbus321Pilot Vor 3 Tage
Awesome video, really enjoyed it.
Richard Bell
Richard Bell Vor 3 Tage
Jay called it an "orchestra" I've always referred to it as a "12 cylinder symphony" . This was cool to see both of these engines side by side. Thank Jay, Andrew & Rob for sharing with us.
Queen City Vintage
Great video! Please keep making vintage Lamborghini content. These cars don't get enough serious coverage.
Ethics Underground
Que Bella! Jay says something about the 4 valve being Lamborghini's version of the Hemi; I came to that conclusion as well and designed a badge with the Lamborghini font that said "Hemi" for my Countach QV, but never had it made. For cooling the exhaust, it's the conductivity of metal that brings the engine temperature down. Less heat transfers forward. Works of art! I love the display stands! Never liked the side mounted webers; so glad my QV had them on top like the marine engine. A great trick to long term storage (avoiding cylinder rust) is using a polarized oil that magnetically adheres to the cylinder walls. I use Redline exclusively. Awesome video!!!!!
Nicole Mejia
Nicole Mejia Vor 4 Tage
Damn Jay let the oil circulate for a sec before you start revving!!!
SouthJerseySound
SouthJerseySound Vor 4 Tage
I had a customer with a 35 Cigarette Café racer with twin Lamborghini 4 valves in it. It wasn't the fastest but man did it sound good.
Angus Allott
Angus Allott Vor 4 Tage
It great you can share these cars, engineering, and stories with us Jay. I really appreciate what you're doing and that you do share this with the average person. Thank you very much.
ben smith
ben smith Vor 4 Tage
Cool "spaghetti benders!"
Adam Skinner
Adam Skinner Vor 4 Tage
wish my boat sounded like that ;)
John Derf
John Derf Vor 4 Tage
An old Buick could easily hold that marine Lamborghini
tmr626
tmr626 Vor 4 Tage
If you guy's also like McLarens, Ferrari's and Lambo's etc., you'll probably like Tim's videos if you check out: Shmee150. Enjoy!
Butch B
Butch B Vor 4 Tage
I mean to have the first Lamborghini engine fully restored correctly is just amazing to me. So much time goes into research and sourcing parts etc. I don’t think most people understand and appreciate the amount of time it takes. Realy something special to look at and hear running again!! Then to have it in Jays garage, couldn’t have been better. Andrew is so knowledgeable and genuinely a car guy and of course Jay is the kind of guy you don’t want to stop talking. Robs engine also looked and sounded awesome. Thanks for your hard work Andrew and can’t wait to see it in the chassis.
Worldwide Wyatt
Worldwide Wyatt Vor 4 Tage
You're the man Jay, thanks for sticking around and showing us all these awesome cars and engines.
ilrglen
ilrglen Vor 4 Tage
Great episode. And I think someone did actually put one of those marine engines in an LM but I don’t know if it was an 8 liter. Can’t wait to see the rest of the 350GT
Neg Ative
Neg Ative Vor 4 Tage
Old people and their aversion to computers on engines. I’ve never understood it.
F1430DRIVER
F1430DRIVER Vor 4 Tage
That engine sounded awesome!! Love the Lambos!! I’ve owned a few Ferrari’s and Lambos! Different sounds! Love both! But the bull is just so mean!! Just love it!!
Justin
Justin Vor 4 Tage
I've got an 92 5.0 302, roller rockers, hydraulic lifters, headers, upgraded manifold.
Brian Guy
Brian Guy Vor 4 Tage
This is quite a treat to see! It’s not everyday we see this kind of automotive history. Great to see friends from Lamborghini Club of America enjoying the passion here with Jay! I believe this is an excellent example that shows just how much work goes into a restoration project. And this just being a small part of the process. As Andrew’s project continues to comes together, not only will this car be admired by many but it will also be a beautiful documentation for those who enjoy the history of such things. Many people might see special car at an events or crossing the stage at auctions on TV but not to many know or take into consideration the amount of effort it takes. The digging up the history and doing the homework, It’s an essential factor in preservation and can take a very long time to complete. You guys did a great job in speaking of those points, the mounting block included. How cool! Even the custom stand has some historical value added! Did not know that. Excellent discussions from all 3 of you! Thank you guys for sharing this! Lamborghini history is here to stay!
Norcal Lamborghini
Love the sounds of those “essence of Lamborghini” engines. Good episode.
john avdellis
john avdellis Vor 4 Tage
Jay Has any one ever tried putting one of these in a car Lamborghini guys No not to our knowledge Inside jays head challenge accepted
Ivan Najakov
Ivan Najakov Vor Tag
Well I suppose they could put one in the back of an El Camino.
Karlton Spindle
Karlton Spindle Vor 4 Tage
Andrew and his friends at Vintage Lamborghini Garage would be a GREAT show on its own. So glad people are not asking dumb questions like which stand was faster the 350gt stand or the boat motor rack...
Jesse Christensen
No here's what to do with the 8.0 liter make a vintage style can-am car and tailor it to the motor.
MrColdwatercanyon
Put it in a Donzi boat
Jesse Christensen
Maybe to screw with people maybe put it in an e-type or a pantrar.
ShazamMafia
ShazamMafia Vor 4 Tage
Rusty bolts... iach!
S A
S A Vor 4 Tage
Mr. Jay Leno, Can you please review the following cars. Mercedes C36, 1999 Mercedes C43 , and 380sl Mercedes. Thank you
KYoss68
KYoss68 Vor 4 Tage
Che bella! the 3.5 sounded awesome but the 8 Liter sounded demonic, that kind of noise coming from a boat will bring everyone in the marina to see it.
DumbledoreMcCracken
Leans on it... ugh
Chester Valdes
Chester Valdes Vor 4 Tage
Water injected marine exhaust is for cooling the fiberglass or rubber parts of the exhaust system.
Sigma Projects
Sigma Projects Vor 4 Tage
lol, that 8 liter sounded like there were two different kind of engines going at the same time.
Chico Haze
Chico Haze Vor 4 Tage
Comment below what chassis would you put these engine in.
Jake
Jake Vor 4 Tage
"Good to see you. Jenny" ???? wtf?
cleto34sho
cleto34sho Vor 4 Tage
Jay your my hero sir
Mark Brown
Mark Brown Vor 4 Tage
I wonder when we will get a shop update on his restoration projects?
Mick Kennedy
Mick Kennedy Vor 4 Tage
Ferruccio's motto was : "When you stop working you die"
Steve Smitherman
Steve Smitherman Vor 4 Tage
WOW!
Oscar Park
Oscar Park Vor 4 Tage
Man that boat engine has a very unique sound.. just incredible
Bill Christy
Bill Christy Vor 4 Tage
what beasts these motors be...
Andy Dufresne
Andy Dufresne Vor 4 Tage
I don't want a big car collection, but the 350 GT is one of few cars I'd love to actually own and drive. And I would drive it and not worry about how many miles I put on it.
slim jim87
slim jim87 Vor 4 Tage
lol no exhaust tubes ??
Estebahn Randolph
Sustain horse power or rev it up to 6000 rpm ? Yea ! It's got a K in there!
Daniel M
Daniel M Vor 4 Tage
The headers on the marine engine are a work of art.
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