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before and after bernard w110.

Post by earlsinclare on Sat Nov 13 2010, 18:20

now finished just waiting for something to run.
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Re: before and after bernard w110.

Post by JONESEY on Sat Nov 13 2010, 19:54

Looks like a brand new engine, nice work
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Post by kevin bird on Sat Nov 13 2010, 21:05

Very nice looks like you put a lot of time and effort in

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Post by BRASSO on Mon Nov 15 2010, 20:08

Very nice paint job.

Well done!!

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Post by Guest on Tue Nov 16 2010, 14:24

Nice bernard, how did you polish the aluminum? Looks great.

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polishing

Post by earlsinclare on Tue Nov 16 2010, 17:45

i just used my angle grinder with a small wire brush, no pressure and just let the brush do the work.
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Re: before and after bernard w110.

Post by Guest on Wed Dec 22 2010, 12:56

Earl,

if you want to straighten the tank without resorting to hammers you could try low pressure air in through the tank tap, and cover the cap with your hand, the pressure should be enough to "pop" the tank roughly into shape.

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the tank

Post by earlsinclare on Wed Dec 22 2010, 18:19

i thought of that, but the tank has creases in it, so i thought i would paint it the best i could and keep a lookout for another or something similar to fit later.
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Re: before and after bernard w110.

Post by RAB on Sun Jan 02 2011, 08:18

Hi Earl,

Thats a nice engine you have there,

just wondered if the black paint was heat resistant?

Well bone on a good job.

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black paint

Post by earlsinclare on Sun Jan 02 2011, 19:26

its high temperature exhaust paint, it is sprayed on and has worked well on all the test runs.
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