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Discussion in 'Project Of The Month' started by rake60, Sep 30, 2011.
I had no doubts from the begining where this project would end up...
Well done Steve!
She's a beautiful thang
great job steve :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:
it`s going to be tough to top that build but...............i bet you next build will BLOW this one away : :big: :big:
again unbelievable build from start to finish.
Congratulations, Steve! It's a beauty and very deserving of the honor.
Well deserved and a pleasure to follow the build.
Thankyou and well done.
Great build to watch from the beginning with lots of useful info. Very deserving of the pom award.
Beautiful job Steve. Well deserved. Congratulations. :bow:
Well done Amazing build!! :bow:
Never a doubt about this one winning.
A true masterpiece indeed.
There is just as much praise in order here for not only the machining
talent on this project but the Cad design and hard work in figuring out
such a complex project.
Well done on that front also Steve.
No real surprise.
Very deserving of the Honor.
I learn a lot from your postings. I just need more confidence before I tackle something like this.
WOW! Thank you!
Thanks to everybody!
I followed the build daily as you posted. The engine from start to finish is fantastic. The only problem with doing something this well is that the next one has to be better, and so forth and so on. That's how Lou Chenot go his start.
P.S. I read your comments in the master rod thread. If you want to use any of my work as a starting point you're more than welcome.
Yes, a very deserved and hearty congratulations.
Not only for the end product, but for sharing the journey along the way.
:bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:
The next one will be a wobbler
Magnificent! Astounding craftsmanship.
Flabbergasted in Philly
what kind of wobbler steve.................v10 with variable valve timing ??? :big: :big:
Congratulations Steve - Great job :bow: :bow:
Watch those wobblers; they take a long time to build :big:
Kind regards, Arnold
Congratulations, Steve. I've enjoyed your build from start to finish.
Looking forward to some noise at Zanesville.
And roller rockers
Your efforts has surely paid off, with a very craftsmanship build, you have given some great ideas for the techniques you used in your fixturing and things to acomplish a great build as this.
Beautiful well thought out design as well.
Keep up the excellent work.
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