Engine

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Engine
SmallEngine.png
Entity
Removed: {{{removed_version}}}
Entity ID
Entity ID 1431 - smallEngine
Categories Minibike Part, Component
Item Group Resources
Type
Description
Used to place
Drive-able


Characteristics
Hit points
Hit points
Hit Points (Min Level)
Hit Points (Min Level) 1000
Hit Points (Max Level)
Hit points (Max Level) 6000
Degradation Rate
Degradation Rate (Max Level)
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Weigh
Structural integrity Max Load
Smell on Belt
Smell range on Belt
Smell in Bag
Smell range in Bag
Light Value
Speed
Noise Volume
Noise Range
Activity Level Strength
Activity Level Time
Activity Level Frequency
Activity Level Strength
Activity Level Time
Activity Level Frequency
Gear Slots
Inventory Slots
Max Stack 1
Storage Slots
Mobility Decrease %
Stamina Decrease /sec
Lockable
Mod Type
Mod Compatibility
Base Price


Attack stats
Impact
Power Attack Multiplier
Multiplier: Headshot
Explosive Radius (Entity)
Body-part disable chance (base)
Body-part disable chance (max)
Velocity
Range Max
Range Effective
Critical Chance
Attacks/Fire rate
Attacks/Fire rate / 60
Muzzle Flash
Shot Volume
Sway
Hip Accuracy
Aim Accuracy
Recoil
Handling
Unholster time
Reload Speed
Stamina Usage
Block Damage
Power Attack Multiplier
Explosive Radius (Block)
Multiplier: cloth
Multiplier: friable
Multiplier: wood
Multiplier: glass
Multiplier: stone
Multiplier: concrete
Multiplier: metal
Additional effects
Initial Experience
Subsequent Experience


Armor stats
Armor Rating
Penetration
Impact
Radiation
Explosive
Radiation
Electrical
Effect Resists
Waterproof
Hypo-thermal (Cold Resist) °F, 0°C
Hyper-thermal (Heat Resist) °F, 0°C


Consumption
Effect on Health
Effect on Stamina
Effect on Food
Effect on Water
Effect on Max Health
Food Poisoning prob. %
Cures
Other Effects
Effect on Health
Effect on Stamina
Effect on Food
Effect on Water
Effect on Max Health
Food Poisoning prob. %
Cures
Other Effects


Tool
Butcher Tool
Butcher Multiplier
Butcher Damage Multiplier
Disassemble Tool
Disassemble Multiplier
Disassemble Damage Multiplier
Hoe Tool
Hoe Multiplier
Hoe Damage Multiplier
Repair Speed


Use
Ammo Type
Capacity
Capacity
Requires Electrical Power


Production
Material (!)None
Forge Weight (oz) None
Weight (lbs)
Used to forge
Burn Time
Provides Electrical Power


Other uses
Unlocks
Used by
Upgrades into
Used to upgrade
Used to craft Auger
Minibike
Chainsaw
Cement Mixer
Crafting Ingredient Time


Crafting
Unlocked with
Required Tools
Ingredients Used
Repaired using
Scraps into
Paper.pngScrap Paper
Cloth.pngScrap Cloth
ScrapIron.pngScrap Iron
ScrapBrass.pngScrap Brass
ScrapLead.pngScrap Lead
ScrapTungsten.pngScrap Tungsten
ScrapPlastics.pngScrap Polymers
MechanicalParts.pngMechanical Parts
ElectricParts.pngElectrical Parts
Breaks into


Farming
Seed used
Light Opacity
Growth stages
Time to grow
Used to grow
Crop produced


Obtained
Farming
Looting Yes
Hunting
Mining
Dismantling
Loot Containers


Versioning
Added Alpha 11
Removed
Updated
Confirmed Alpha 17.1


Description[edit | edit source]

An Engine is a type of resource in 7 Days to Die. It can be used to craft an Auger, a Chainsaw, or it can be used as a part for any of the vehicles and the Cement Mixer. Engines are also used to power the Generator Bank, which can contain to up to 6 of them. Engines can be looted from Working Stiffs Crates, and from Cars when dismantling them with a Wrench. It is also a rare drop from Lumberjack zombies.

Can be scrapped, which results in 30 Mechanical Parts.

Item quality[edit | edit source]

Engines no longer have quality levels.

In previous versions, the Quality of an engine affected the overall speed of a Minibike. For example, a Minibike with a 'Faulty' engine would travel much slower than a Minibike with a 'Flawless' engine. Additionally, the item quality of an engine affected the efficiency of an Auger or Chainsaw.

In previous versions, when an engine was used in the Generator Bank, the engine's quality would determine the maximum power output of the generator bank. Now, all Engines add 50W to the maximum power output of a Generator Bank.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Recipes

The following recipes require a Engine:

Item Required Materials
CementMixer.png Cement Mixer ForgedIron.png Forged Iron *25, Spring.png Spring *4, SmallEngine.png Engine *1, MechanicalParts.png Mechanical Parts *10