January 2016 - Project of the Month!

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  1. Jan 4, 2016 #1

    Admin

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    toolznthings

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    Hi, Congrats on your build ! Neat looking engine. :)

    Brian
     
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    Ken I

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    Project of the Month Winner!!! Project of the Month Winner

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    Congratulations on a great runner.

    Got to build me an I.C. one of these days - thanks for the motivation.

    Regards,
    Ken
     
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  4. Jan 6, 2016 #4

    pickleford75

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    Thank you! I really enjoy shareing my passion with others who also enjoy the challange of building these projects... again, Thank you for the honor!
     
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    rythmnbls

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    Congrats on the successful build, and congrats on the POM title.

    Well deserved.

    Regards,

    Steve.
     
  6. Jan 7, 2016 #6

    Aerostar55

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    Good looking engine. Looks similar to the Bill Reichart "Panther Pup". I am building the panther pup from Bill's booklet drawings. Just finished making the cylinders. Instead of brass I used 12L14 steel.

    The attached images are of the cylinders, made 1 extra for mistake management purposes. The cylinder heads still need fins, and the valve seats to be cut.

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