This is the smallest and cheapest Engine you can make. The Coal Engine
is a better version of the Tiny Coal Engine.

The Tiny Coal EngineEdit

Tiny Coal Engine
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Engine Slots 1
Type Engines
Type Amount
Sapling 50
Wood 150
Planks 150
Charcoal 800
Coal 800
Blaze Rod 1.200
Lava Bucket 10.000
Crafting Cost 2
Crafting Time + 1 sec ■
Durability  ?
Renewable yes
Health Points 6 ( ♥ ♥ ♥ )
Stackable No
Drops Modular Cart
usable Modules / required Modules
Standard Hull Reinforced Hull Wooden Hull
Pumpkin Chariot
Iron Drill Basic Drill
Farmer Cutter

Hardened Drill

Side Chest Top Chest
Front Chest Internal Chest
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Above. This is a Wooden Hull with a Seat and the Tiny Coal Engine. The Tiny Coal Engine and Coal Engine share the same model. Minecarts with a coal engine (like Powered Minecarts or Furnace Minecarts) are a special type of minecart which accepts coal, charcoal or any other fuel for powered movement (a list of all acceptable fuel is shown on the right) and can be also used to push other minecarts, and functioning as an engine. It's best used as a cheap alternative to powered rails. This engine has only one slot to put fuel in and lower efficiency than a Coal Engine. The Tiny Coal Engine should only be used on cheap transports or when no other alternative is available.

Tiny Coal Engine Interface

Above. This is how the interface looks. On top right is the
engine priority button. Simply hold "shift" to add stacks of fuel to
the Engine.
The maximum is 1 x 64 Items or 1 Lava Buckets.

The Engine works with every hull. It is the only engine that can be mounted on a Pumpkin Chariot, and the only engine that can be mounted with other modules on a Wooden Hull.


This is how its made:
An Iron Bar in both the top-left-hand and top-right-hand corners, a Furnace in between, and a Piston in the center.

Tiny Coal Engine Recipe

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