Tony, Thanks for the info on fuel lines and tank caps. :bow:cobra428 said:you need to get a gas conversion kit from the place you bought the tank.
Thanks Dave, :bow: Only one engine had me bluffed and that was the Hall Scott Defender V12 petrol engine running on 145 Octane Avgas, in the ASR's for rescuing downed pilots. (Many have caused severe tightening of the clacker valve on occasions. :)steamer said:I love engines that scare me a little! :big:
Kevin, Thanks :bow: I bet it stings like one if you get close enough as well ;Dksouers said:Buzzing like a band of hornets!
Chuck, Thanks for your support. :bow:cfellows said:great project
Ian, Glad you enjoyed it and thanks for your support. :bow: When can we hope to hear the pops and whoops on the East Coast ???seagar said:Thanks for a great trip,I enjoyed it all the way and it has inspired me to finish my first I.C. engine that I started some time ago.
Rick, Thanks for the kind words. :bow: If I didn't have a conscience I would let you keep believing the above. ;Drake60 said:"There was NO doubt about it!"
Kevin, Thanks for your support :bow: It was the grinder, the bench, the floor and almost everything else. The camera was on a 3/4" thick rubber mat.kustomkb said:Dave, I watched it twice to see if it was the camera or the grinder