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Very nice work Greg. Will be following this for sure.

Ron
 

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Ron Colona's Offy. I lost all of my solidworks files for it in a mishap so I went back to working on the K5 especially after obtained the Monarch as most of the K5 is turned at one point or another.

Hi,

This is a very nice and professional project! I would be interested in purchasing a completed engine! By the way, is there anyone who made supplemtal drawings to create the Kinner B5 on the basis of the K5?

Hans, Switzerland
 

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My Kinner K5
Hi guys. I am from South Africa and want to start working on my Kinner from the same plans as Greg. Problem- I can not get hold of the screws/bolts/nuts for the engine. Can any of you help with names of suppliers or a way I can import them?
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Johan.
 

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I am joining in the fun. The beginning of my Kinner K5 from "Strictly I.C." plans.




Measure and Know.

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Could someone tell me what issue of 'Strictly' the plan for this engine is in.

Thanks in anticipation

John
 

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Thank you so much for the indexes Mauro, that has saved me many hours of searching.

I can now follow along and know what is going on.


John
 

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Just went back through this. I've been working on this engine for over 10 years now. I have a little bit more done than what I've already shown here, but I had an accident with my lathe that damaged it while trying to repair the motor drive system. I just finished fixing it up after 7 years of back burner.

I'm going through my old plans now and trying to figure out where I left off and start working on this again. Hope I don't forget too much of what I was doing.

Greg
 

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Made a little progress. Made the oil pump housing, cover and some of the fittings. Quite a bit of work went into the oil pump, setup wise. In particular a very hairy offset turning setup.

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now that is workmanship at its best, you do wonderful work, that is way above my head and will be for years to come, thanks for the show, Joe
 
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