On my iPad it shows the actual start of the video straight away in the post instead of a link. If it's not working on everyone's like that, I will delete the post, could others let me know if they see the engine video in the post.Thanks Paul but what do I do with it?
Your post works for me Swifty but if there's an issue with some people it will because the link you posted has an 'm' at the front. This M denotes that it is a link to the YouTube mobile site rather than the main YouTube site. Some peoples' devices may not handle such a link.could others let me know if they see the engine video in the post.
I think you'll like this. It's my first attempt at restoring old engines. This Economy was made in 1918. Cart is home made.Actually ya, there was a VERY heavy Kerzel influence in my build.
Flywheels had always been the bane of my existence. Other than small and solid they would wobble all over the place. I found a reference to a Philip Duclos article on manually machining curved spoke flywheels. If you want have a look see post 147 to 171 of the build (yep. 4 pages of flywheel ) (http://www.homemodelenginemachinist.com/showthread.php?t=23224&page=15 ) Tried to get as much info down as I could but dont know if it makes any sense to anyone else.
So. Any pick of your collection of 1:1 scale engines? Perhaps a video?