The indoor ski jumping engine has proven its worth over the years, but a new engine could be making a comeback, and that engine is indoor telrostech.
The engine, which is part of Telrad’s Telrad 3 indoor skidding engine, is designed to handle vertical acceleration as well as vertical descent and landing.
The engines use a high-pressure gas turbine that can deliver up to 1,500 horsepower, but it’s not clear if that’s enough to deliver the maximum payload of the engine.
The design also lacks a large front air intake to help cool the engines, but that could change with the addition of an internal cooling system.
The idea is to use the large size of the engines to help keep the engines from overheating and then using a smaller version of the turbine to push the air in a controlled way.
If that’s possible, the new engine should be able to climb to the top of a building, and then descent to the ground.
The new engine also uses a much smaller diameter than the Telrad 2 engine, so it’s possible that the engine could power the same indoor indoor skidings that are currently powered by the older engine.
Another design element is the use of an electronic control system that allows the designers to make decisions on how much power and weight to use.
While that could help keep costs down, it’s also likely that the design will have to be reworked to fit in with the latest indoor skieday standards.
For more about the new Telrad engine, watch this video: