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Post by mike d on Sat Mar 26 2011, 22:25

i thought you had the in laws over for 6days?????

have they left????

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Post by Guest on Sat Mar 26 2011, 22:27

No, just need to get it sorted other wise it would have driven me made worrying about getting them sorted.

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Post by mike d on Sat Mar 26 2011, 22:31

oh...i see,only i was told there were staying with you for 6 days and you wouldn't have time to sort it....

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Post by Guest on Sat Mar 26 2011, 22:39

What it this a Spanish Inquisition? lol! lol!
Yea there here till for a few days, I managed to get 20mins on it to sort it, so there was one less thing for me to worry about.

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Post by mike d on Sat Mar 26 2011, 22:58

well done...you will get shot...

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Post by Guest on Sat Mar 26 2011, 23:00

Nah her father was out there with me Very Happy

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Post by mike d on Sat Mar 26 2011, 23:20

now sorted then..

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Post by Guest on Tue Mar 29 2011, 14:29

Right......Head nuts are here, studs are not...

so had a look at the Dynamo, sod law it spins the wrong direction, but its the only engine that will run the Dynamo and look right with the engine and dynamo in a line, so will look at getting a bigger pulley to fit on the engine and a smaller one to fit on the dynamo and go from there, Im looking at binning the tin box ontop of the dynamo and fitting the working stuff to a Board that I can fix the controls and lights to.

I did also look at fitting my Domestic pump to the base, but the bolt holes are to far off and the pulley arrangement needed would be a pain, wouldn't be so bad if it was a slightly smaller or a small goodwin pump

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Post by Guest on Tue Mar 29 2011, 21:08

Hello

Had this comment posted on youtube

"A very fine job on a very fine machine, Have´╗┐ you ever thaught of having the exhaust exiting into the water tank as if in a boat ?, It may have the efect of bringing the revs down."

What do you guys think? Im not sure how it would be implemented with out getting a big Gulp of water into the exhaust.

I can see how it would effect the amount of back pressure, and may improve the running of the thing, im just not sure on stopping water running in to the cylinder would make a interesting build though.

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Post by JONESEY on Tue Mar 29 2011, 22:51

When I first started messing with engines I had a lister L running in the corner of the work shop , instead of cooling tank I plumb up a radiator worked great .
I stuck the exhaust out through the side of the shed and put the silencer into a 45 gallen drum full of water really worked great ,just sounded like a bubbling water fall Smile Smile Smile Smile Smile Smile
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Post by mike d on Wed Mar 30 2011, 00:02

that sounds like a good idea,the neighbors were none the wiser im guessing..
nice idea Chris..

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Post by JONESEY on Wed Mar 30 2011, 07:21

No ,the onlything was it got to bl**dy hot and I had to have the door open Laughing Laughing Laughing No pleaseing some people Laughing Laughing
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Post by mike d on Wed Mar 30 2011, 08:46

so you made your own ern,excellent idea,hot water for your tea....... lol! lol! lol!

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