Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by minh-thanh, May 25, 2019.
Thanks Cogsy !
"It's whatever you feel comfortable with." That's what I need
I agree with Cosby. I number all my engines like a Chevy. Not because that's what most people do but because I have worked on many and dont need to look things up. Just know the firing order. I had a small block Ford and always had to verify things like that. Go with what makes it easiest for you.
Hi ALL !
Update 3 my V4 project :
I change the width in crankcase, the old size is not enough for bolts
Hi All !
Can i use this data for my V4 engine ?
You can if your crankshaft is configured the same as the Peewee. Yours will also share a firing order with the Peewee
Thanks stevehuckss396 !
It seems my engine are a little different,
I have recalculated, I hope it is right
This is my "amateur" way
Hi All !!
Update 4 my V4 project
Minh Thanh some nice work there mate.
Looking good Minh!
You have done a very nice job on your engine. I like the the camshaft housing design.
That's coming along very well. Your skills are growing with each new project.
Keep up the great work.
Thanks for all the compliments and "like"
I will try to make it run , I hope !
Hi All !
Update 5 my V4 project :
You've built a very interesting pushrod arrangement. I'm looking forward to seeing it in action.
There are hex shapes at the base of your valve springs. Are your valve cages threaded and screwed into the heads?
Hi kuhncw !
The valve seat has only a threaded outmost part, I use bolts and a little heat-resistant glue (often used in large engines) to fix and sealed the valve seat, It's different from the way people usually do.
That's an interesting idea for valve cages that I've never encountered before. Seems very handy - thanks for the info.
Hi All !
Yesterday, I wanted to know : my engine could run ? ... so I let it try
AND : it lives
Well done! Congratulations.
That is impressive - and built so fast. Congratulations!
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