The mallard was a Mercury kit, Goldstar.
Keep your chin up Grif.....positive thinking is SO important, hope you'll be on the mend soon! Stew :)
A very warm welcome to the forum John and "happy engine building" cheers, Stew.
A warm welcome to the forum Rob, and the best of luck with your miniature engine. One of your countrymen, Jan Ridders is a wizard with them.
Brian, this is the principle of operation of the "rootes" diesel used in the "commer" truck and known as the TS3 engine, it was watercooled and...
A warm welcome to the forum John, from yet another telecom guy..Hampshire is a lovely spot and I'm not surprised by your interest in aero engines...
beautiful workmanship, and wonderful casting skills!
Congratulations Joe Kosmos
Well they all look great, and they RUN...I'd call that a success.
The stainless cylinders could be heavily finned to increase their surface area for transfer of heat..also the two pistons and other reciprocating...
hello chipmakerman, and a warm welcome to the forum.
Welcome Greg, I hope you may find a fellow "ham" enthusiast on here.
hello Barry and a warm welcome to the forum and good luck with your engine building.
Hello pieter, and welcome to the forum..sounds like model engineering runs in the family, lovely machines by the way.
I love your enthusiasm Andrew, welcome to the forum.
These are the oil pumps favoured by Kirby Lauson on their lawnmower engines, seemed very dependable.
Though the delivery will be pulsating of...
hello, Abernat and welcome to the forum, great job on the wobbling car.
I am sure Richard Trevithick used cast (iron) boiler shells with great success and considered them to be stronger than rivetted wrought iron, I...
Hello Jack and a warm welcome to the forum (great little engine you are building there)
Hello Martin and a warm welcome to the forum! BTW do you still eat cornish pasties? :)
hello Graham and a warm welcome to the forum.
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