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  1. e.picler

    Ford 300 Inline Six

    Hi Terry! Congratulations again! What component are you using for lapping? Tks, Edi
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    Building of TINY INLINE 4 in Brazil

    Olá Cleuber! Hello Cleuber! Por favor verifique nesse link. Please check on this link site. http://www.burleighmachine.com/tiny-inline-4.html Thanks, Edi
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Hello to all! More with the Camshafts. Locating the position of the Dowelfor the key Dowel in place. 1.5mm diameter The keyway on the gears, I did use a Broach To hold the Cam Gear on the Camshaft was used a flat head 2mm screw The gears assembly on the block. There is two keyway cut...
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Continuing with the V Twin building. Thanks Chuck. It really worked very nice. More on the valves. The valve keeper. 1mm end mill Rocker Post The Rocker Pivot Bolt Cylinder Heads completed Cutting the lobes on the camshaft Cutting the gears. In this picture the Cams Gears. The...
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    In order to ensure the perfect alignment/seat of the valve, I made a tool to touch the Valve seats Grinding the relief angle For the following operations, I hold/bolted the head on a square block. Here it set to 8.34° for both sides of the top Now machining the fins Turning the...
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    The rocker arms were also machined using the bonding approach After machining the profile, I flipped it 90 degrees for the pushrod pocket and the adjusting screw thread. I found the center of the hole and the center of the width of the first part and knowing the pitch between the two parts was...
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    The crankshaft assembly and finishing. Machining the counterweights For this operation, I shimmed the two halves in order to clamp the assembly to the vise Shaping the 20 degrees angle and the radius on the corner of the throw After truing the two halves on the lathe, the throw pin was...
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Hi to all! Thanks, George. Next was the turn of the Connecting Rods. I also used the bonding process. Again, it worked fine. The inner rod The bigger rod First side finished for both connecting rods Second side machining Machining the slot for the Inner rod To be continued. TKS, Edi
  9. e.picler

    Ford 300 Inline Six

    Terry, This is really outstanding work. Congratulations!!!! I also use Sprut Cam for my projects. I'm using the SC12 What strategy do you use for the 3D machining? Are you using Rough/Finish Water Line or you use 3D machining? Tks, Edi
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Continuing For drilling the holes for the lifters, I used a shaft in order to find the center of the camshaft hole then set the block to the specified angle Next, I started on the Crankshaft No pictures of the turning process The screw for holding the crank gear Tks, Edi
  11. e.picler

    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Some more info on the building. Boring the cylinder hole. Turning the Cylinders. First I used a thinner tool then the one with the final width Tks, Edi
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Thank you, Chalie! Geoge, In order to ensure good anchoring of the part, I provide the surface with rough finishing facing it with a high feeding rate so it produces small grooves where the glue bonds the part. I do not use the taper, I bond the part directly and use heat to release the finished...
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Continuing with the Crankcase. A lot of material to remove for the crankshaft space. To avoid deforming the machined side, I supported the inside as shown on the photo bellow In order to get the center of the first machined side, I indicated the crankshaft hole. To be continued. Edi
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Continuing. Machining the upside. The next part was the Crankcase Flywheel Side. TKS, Edi
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Hello! Some more details about the V Twin construction. Next, I machined the Ignition/Timing Cover and the Front Crankcase Cover. For both parts, I machined the stock to the final Thickness and glued it to a base for the vise holding. It works very well for some thin and complex parts that you...
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Hello! I started with the block/Crankcase. Front or Gear side. It is composed of two parts. This is the front side. In order to reduce the amount of machining on the backside of the gear side block, I drilled some holes on the block as shown on the photo bellow Lots of material to be...
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    V Twin 90 Deg. George Britnell

    Hi to everybody! It's been a long time I do not post anything here. My last project was the Bob Shore V4. I'm currently building the V Twin from George Britnell. This project has been a very challenging one for me because it is a very detailed design. Very nice project. I have almost 85% of the...
  18. e.picler

    Ford 300 Inline Six

    Hi Mayhugh! Congratulations on one more wonderful work. I will follow this project with close interest because I also have the same plans from George. Beautiful work. TKS, Edi
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    Holt 75 from Italy

    Congratulations Foketry! It really runs perfectly. The idle rpm is amazing. Top Noch! Edi
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    A project that I aim to !

    Hi Minh Thanh! Are you going to build a scaled model of the complete car, including engine and transmission? TKS, Edi
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