Good luck with you surgery Brian! I am sure you will be back soon with better vision
Good to hear that it was not as bad as first thought. Good to see that it will be finished
Dam, it was so close to being done.
Taps don't work at all with the lathe in reverse, except for l/h taps
Seen this add on facebook, know nothing about it, had something similar in the 80's...
Just received a copy of The Engineers Black Book. Well worth the coin to buy(around$60). It is the 3rd Edition and has a lot of updated...
Terry, can you fit a regulator valve in the case pipe, a simple "T" with a needle valve would work to re-direct a % of the oil flow straight into...
I did say old oven, not the good wifes one
Doc, put a glass of cold water under vacuum and see what happens, moisture is not a problem.
I use it to pull the lacquer into the coil and than bake separate. You could set the whole thing in an old oven to keep the temp.
Doc, it looks good, this is what I use as a vacuum chamber, made from a glass dome from an old outdoor weather proof light fitting. Made the base...
Brian, no problem seeing the video
Brian, what if you used an elbow on the intake and dropped the carby down below the spark plug, or make up an intake out of some brass tube bent...
Brian, at the bottom of the post at your name and date the "edit" button is there.
Brian, at the rate that you are getting this engine done, it will be finished before the end of the year. Still looking great and cant wait to see...
What a mess:D Lots of cleaning:(
Just to let you know, glow plugs(standard) are a 1/4" x 32 thread.
Some M8 L/H lock nuts machined.
A bucket of scrap and a new starter pulley for one of my boat engines.
I will be watching, good luck with it.
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