Viral Videos 108 years old Kerosene engine. Sounds incredibly… satisfying aeonsource 4 weeks ago 120 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article 108 years old Kerosene engine. Sounds incredibly… satisfying View Reddit by Living_Granger – View Source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Facebook Prev Article Next Article About The Author aeonsource More from this Author 120 Comments Anonymous January 1, 1970 Reply BuddyBoy002 November 16, 2017 It does. What was this for Reply Luckftw November 16, 2017 Crazy that people were able to machine things so well back then. Reply QuarterFlounder November 16, 2017 Needs a trap beat Reply Inactivated November 16, 2017 Don’t wear any loose clothing around that thing. Reply Joebebs November 16, 2017 Sounds like a bunch of clocks going off at once. Reply Hullabalooga November 16, 2017 Gets a solid beat going by the end Reply drdrunglehart November 16, 2017 heard it goes 300 hundred hectares on single tank of kerosene – make sure you put it in H though! Reply Adamzhardwood November 16, 2017 dis beat is fire Reply ShermanTankRobba November 16, 2017 /r/soundporn Reply SmellyChookFromKFC November 16, 2017 The sound of those birds at the start sound very familiar, I’m guessing this is in Australia. Reply Heknarf November 16, 2017 Sounds like Willy Wonkas car. Reply ISiupick November 16, 2017 Okay, now I’m waiting for a remix Reply xodius80 November 16, 2017 this should be a boss battle sound effect for cuphead 2 Reply vigilante777 November 16, 2017 Put it in H! Reply clickx November 16, 2017 Not ashamed to say I got a little turned on watching the piston go in and out of the cylinder. Reply inspirrational November 16, 2017 BRB downloading Steamboy. Reply occupy_voting_booth November 16, 2017 This is actually Willy Wonka’s sybian. Reply FlightCommander November 16, 2017 It’s not as quiet as some modern engines but damn it’s so quiet. Reply 2nickels November 16, 2017 I watch this video probably twice a year as it comes up in my YT feed. It’s a good video to study how an internal combustion engine works with all if the exposed cranks and lifters. My dad has an affinity for old engines, lots of old hit and miss engines. They give you a neat window into how things use to be. Reply mooseofdoom23 November 16, 2017 My hand hurt like hell just thinking about all the different parts I could get it caught in Reply Isaacashtox November 16, 2017 This one will always be my favorite https://youtu.be/SVOgWrhM67A Reply powershirt November 16, 2017 I️ keep waiting to see it spit out a pancake for pee wee Herman Reply CherokeeTomahawk November 16, 2017 #ASMR Reply bobokeen November 16, 2017 Sounds remarkably like minimalist techno. Reply Omipony November 16, 2017 Internet has fucked with my head I was picturing fucking machines. Reply mroosa November 16, 2017 *Come with me, and you’ll see, a world of pure imagination…* Reply DickFortress1000 November 16, 2017 Sounds like me when I attempt to jog. Reply Twig-And-Plums November 16, 2017 Swear to god Miyazaki used that sound in some of his movies. Reply razorbackgeek November 16, 2017 Thing sounds alive. Modern day engines are so eficient you don’t get to hear their voices as they belch to life. Also one of my favorite things to do is watch FiFi the B-29 engine startup. Reply scrumtrelesent November 16, 2017 So that’s what sex sounds like Reply RaptorNinja November 16, 2017 I’m here for the inevitable remix Reply Franzvst November 16, 2017 Lovely steady 3/4 beat. Reply imatripandahalf November 16, 2017 Neat Reply sean488 November 16, 2017 Lots of older oil fields still run that kind of engine. They power remote pumpjacks. They burn the natural gas from the well. 50’s era example. https://youtu.be/xceqkfCCsQ8 Reply rytis November 16, 2017 Nice percussive beat. Could rap to this. Reply ltbd78 November 16, 2017 Reminds me of the engine in Fern Gully. Reply OhHeyThere93 November 16, 2017 So I’m guessing this is where Dr. Seuss’s contraptions and jalopy’s got their inspiration from? Reply anonymau5 November 16, 2017 Seeing a lot of similarities to the gas internal combustion engine, just that a lot of these components are on the outside (cam, piston rod, crankshaft, etc). Reply Phazon2000 November 16, 2017 2:41 I got an erection. Reply TheGreenManLives November 16, 2017 Crazy ol’ [Maurice](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyffoI9t330) Reply KommMaster08 November 16, 2017 The start-up sounded like the workshop from Chitty Chittagong Bang Bang, but once it got running it sounded like all the clocks from Disney’s Pinocchio. Reply Skshd November 16, 2017 omg Its wow Reply Col_mac November 16, 2017 It sounds like the kid in the wheel chair from Malcolm in the Middle Reply IIReignManII November 16, 2017 It sounds like that machine from Willy Wonka Reply gwhh November 16, 2017 What does it run? Reply BurnMFBurn November 16, 2017 I can’t help but hear the start to Time by Pink Floyd in there somewhere. Reply Cochise82 November 16, 2017 This puts the saying “like a well oiled machine” into a whole new perspective. Reply wufnu November 16, 2017 I bet that smells wonderful. Surely I’m not the only one that likes the smell of burning kerosene, right? Guys? Reply Pheonixinflames November 16, 2017 It sounds like the wonkamobile from Charlie & the chocolate factory Reply mazobob66 November 16, 2017 Roller camshafts! They were ahead of their time. Reply SniffingDog November 16, 2017 Real life machine from a Miyasaki movie, sounds so much like the mouth-foley used in his movies. Reply firelemons November 16, 2017 4:31 🔥 🔥 🔥 Reply Grytpype-Thynne November 16, 2017 Sounds like the, “Here Boy!/Mnuchin,” machine once it gets going. Reply imperabo November 16, 2017 Sounds like Doc Brown making ice cubes in 1885. Reply Adeviate November 16, 2017 Ahhh. The sound of industry. Reply Cowdestroyer2 November 16, 2017 That looks like an OSHA nightmare. I cringe when I think about how many people lost a limb around those things. Reply chirs5757 November 16, 2017 Can anyone ELI5 how this engine works ? Reply idosillythings November 16, 2017 It’s really cool. But I feel a little bit annoyed by it just because I’m so used to modern internal combustion engines. This thing sounded like it was just constantly warming up and getting to that point where it would “turn over.” Reply neuromantic84 November 16, 2017 That could make a really nice white noise for certain people to sleep too. Reply MickDaster November 16, 2017 Reply Lasernator November 16, 2017 Very nice. How was ignition achieved? Was it just compression ignition? The compression seems low compared to modern engines. Reply ToTheRescues November 16, 2017 That piston is NSFW. Reply MoKenna November 16, 2017 Thats what it sounds like when I get sexed. Reply ftoons November 16, 2017 r/steampunk Reply LieutenantSnuggles November 16, 2017 I actually use engines similar to these on a daily basis. Arrow and Ajax engines used for pumping units. They will run off anything but we mainly use natural gas. We use them when it is too expensive to get electricity to the well. They are hard to start and are a pain in the butt sometime but considering they run 24 hours a day they are pretty good. Reply goodinyou November 16, 2017 Mirror? Reply zigglezip November 16, 2017 Great, I love this song ! Reply airborneleaf November 16, 2017 > satisfying Dunno, I find it a bit uncomfortable to listen to. I don’t like it at all. Reply jordanlund November 16, 2017 HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT-HWHAT Reply wasabi1787 November 16, 2017 It’s like that Wintergatan song – Marble Machine Reply VomitsDoritos November 16, 2017 r/Skookum would appreciate this Reply izwald88 November 16, 2017 I grew up around this sort of thing. My dad is a big time antique engine/tractor collector. So my summers were spent going to various threshing shows and running our tractors in parades and demonstrations. To this day, I love the smell of large steam engines burning coal. Reply Fredwestlifeguard November 16, 2017 My wife heard this playing from the other room and said it sounds like the start of Daddy Cool… Reply TeevXor November 16, 2017 This is even better than that clickity-clack of an old train. Cool! Reply RPMiSO November 16, 2017 I just got a new idea for a techno track. Reply fartsarenasty November 16, 2017 Sounds like some aggressive thrusting and bed squeaks. Reply finsareluminous November 16, 2017 ‘kerosene’ right… You don’t fool me, there’s a tiny horse inside it you can hear his little hooves. Reply wavecycle November 16, 2017 The birth of techno Reply WRT8998 November 16, 2017 2:45 robots fisting each other. Reply musictechgeek November 16, 2017 At first I was afraid, I was petrified…. http://www.youtubemultiplier.com/5a0dc00fc3a3e-disco-kerosene-engine-baby.php Reply therealduckie November 16, 2017 > There’s no earthly way of knowing♩ ♪ > Which direction they are going ♩ ♪ Reply joseppi22 November 16, 2017 Was anyone else just incredibly tense that entire time? Reply auui November 16, 2017 Sounds like my grandparents having sex. Reply Wiseturtle November 16, 2017 Sounds like the tin man masturbating. Or maybe its just the little oil containers that put that image in my head. Reply slappysq November 16, 2017 Sounds like two water buffalo fucking. Reply Wo_shi_jia_na_da_ren November 16, 2017 A good visual demonstration of why there were so many “greasers” aboard old-time ocean liners. Reply Albi-13 November 16, 2017 Does this remind anyone else of the videogame Riven? I swear there were machines/mag-levs in it that made the same sound starting up. Reply gene_sis420 November 16, 2017 Rererere reeeeeemix Reply SabreLilly November 16, 2017 Needs some Vtec, bro Reply MrPink7 November 16, 2017 Sounds like Howl’s moving castle Reply 19cocaine95 November 16, 2017 Dem RPMs Reply KillerRaccoon November 16, 2017 The play in that camshaft bearing, Jesus. Reply ICall_Bullshit November 16, 2017 Ya know, they say that music is an emulation of what we hear in our environments. Now i don’t know much about when jugs and spoons started to be used in old country/bluegrass, but if I were a betting man, I’d say it was somewhat shortly after this engine was introduced to the public. Reply MrDoEverything November 16, 2017 These old engines were always my favorite part of my home town’s county fairs. Always enjoyed looking and listening to them. Thanks for taking me back OP. Reply ReadACoffeeTableBook November 16, 2017 The machine equivalent of an elderly marathon runner, but the sound equivalent of a fat guy walking uphill. Reply my1973vw November 16, 2017 Skookum as frig! Reply thenixnerd November 16, 2017 Not only does that sound amazing, but all those moving parts are so impressive. Early machine engineers were programmers, they just didn’t know it yet. Reply Cleveland104 November 16, 2017 It sounds like Biz Markie beatboxing Reply andrewcobey November 16, 2017 Sounds just like Bertha from the 80’s kids show. [Bertha](https://youtu.be/coZfzTcv4bA) Reply minusidea November 16, 2017 I never heard this Nine Inch Nails album before. Reply Jajames November 16, 2017 108 years ago this was used as a mode of transport, now we make fuck machines out of similar mechanical parts, what a time to be alive. Reply Cherokeejon November 16, 2017 Is it weird that I could totally listen to it on repeat while studying? Reply ninetacos November 16, 2017 Someone should sample this into a song. Reply DarkAlleyDan November 16, 2017 That sweet old girl is nineteen or more potential OHSA incidents in one glorious old respirating monster of a thing. So many rotating/churning/grabby bits. So many ways to lose an extremity. Built before lawyers walked the earth, apparently. Long may she run. 🙂 Reply Nicekicksbro November 16, 2017 It’s so adorable. Reply CptnBo November 16, 2017 It sounds like something out of the Willy Wonka factory. Reply maskiwear November 16, 2017 This is absolutely amazing. I never would have never believed if someone said I would have watched an 8 minute video of an engine do its thing. It indeed is so satisfying. Reply Mr-IT-Guy November 16, 2017 Sounds like the machine that made Everlasting Gobstoppers in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Reply peasinacan November 16, 2017 The engineering that went into something like this a hundred years ago Reply BaseballQueen November 16, 2017 Works like a well oiled machine Reply Feedthemcake November 16, 2017 :unzips: Reply llvihearsevil November 16, 2017 It took me a minute to figure it out, but “The System is Down” https://youtu.be/JwZwkk7q25I?t=50 Reply cracou November 16, 2017 Need techno remix. Reply 29guitarman November 16, 2017 Sounds like the car in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory : Reply PapaSnarf November 16, 2017 I would love to see that Laser Rust Removal on this Engine . Reply Xavier2094 November 16, 2017 Humans are awesome. The fact that we went from chimps to beings capable of creating things like this is a bloody miracle. Reply kbouser November 16, 2017 But the sounds drown out John Galt speaking in the background. Reply Nyailaaa November 16, 2017 Someone is gonna make a music video of this.. i guarantee it Reply myfriendszipper November 16, 2017 r/confusedboners Reply Add Comment Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.