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1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by BRASSO on Tue Jun 21 2011, 17:41










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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by mike d on Tue Jun 21 2011, 19:58

HI MARTIN...
looks the nuts,glad to see it on the rally field...
hope you had a good weekend..i got rather wet on Saturday at my first rally..
now it time to relax and go fishing...
thanks for sharing the photos with us all..
regards,mike....

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by matt86 on Tue Jun 21 2011, 20:07

would be proud of that engine and pump if i was you Smile good job

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by stationary stu on Wed Jun 22 2011, 11:10

Great job Mart, looks well on the field you must have been proud of your set up after all the time and hard work you put into it.
Enjoy your break, lets see how long before you start your next project Question Question

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by BRASSO on Wed Jun 22 2011, 12:29

Yep, I was really pleased with how they both ran.

I just need to et a smaller pulley for the other side of the engine. had to let the belt slip because it was pumping water like hell other wise.

Very pleased. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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Post by stationary stu on Wed Jun 22 2011, 15:08

If you ran it with a flat belt wouldn't that be enough to slow it down or does it need more then that?

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by JONESEY on Wed Jun 22 2011, 18:47

Looks fantastic Mart any prizes Smile
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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by hob on Wed Jun 22 2011, 19:18

what a beautiful pair of engines anyone would be proud of those well done Cool

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by BRASSO on Wed Jun 22 2011, 22:34

JONESEY wrote:Looks fantastic Mart any prizes Smile
Jonesey

I didnt hear of one for the stationary engines this year, although there did seem to be for other classes.

I did win it here 3 years ago for my lister D.

We dont get many rallies with prizes down here.

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Post by BRASSO on Wed Jun 22 2011, 22:38

stationary stu wrote:If you ran it with a flat belt wouldn't that be enough to slow it down or does it need more then that?

Stu.

Thats one big pulley wheel on the engine Stu, its just too big and makes the pump go like the clappers!!

I see stationary engine parts sell smaller ones that I could put on the starting handle side and still be able to crank it over. they do them for about £20.00 - £30.00.

Might just try that and see if it helps.

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Post by BRASSO on Wed Jun 22 2011, 22:40

hob wrote:what a beautiful pair of engines anyone would be proud of those well done Cool

Thank you for the nice comments.

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by stationary stu on Thu Jun 23 2011, 07:49

Mart I ment to change it over to the bigger pulley on the pump, sorry for not explaining myself better.

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Post by BRASSO on Thu Jun 23 2011, 23:20

stationary stu wrote:Mart I ment to change it over to the bigger pulley on the pump, sorry for not explaining myself better.

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Ah yea that makes more sense! rofl.....................

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by stationary stu on Fri Jun 24 2011, 08:01

BRASSO wrote:
stationary stu wrote:Mart I ment to change it over to the bigger pulley on the pump, sorry for not explaining myself better.

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Ah yea that makes more sense! rofl.....................

Cheers Mart.

lol! lol! lol! It's ok my wife says shes not a mind reader either. lol! lol!

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by mike d on Fri Jun 24 2011, 22:04

your still ripping the stuff out of the members i see..
i must be slacking lately..i thought it was Paul was the sole candidate.... lol! lol!
regards,mike..

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by stationary stu on Sat Jun 25 2011, 06:32

No Mike it's anyone over a hundred miles away, coz I can't run these days lol! lol! lol!

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by richie p on Thu Nov 01 2012, 21:27

omg this makes me dribble, nice work, & ive only just started

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by BRASSO on Thu Nov 08 2012, 22:54

richie p wrote:omg this makes me dribble, nice work, & ive only just started

Thank you..............

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by mike d on Sat Nov 10 2012, 19:22

all martins engine look that good....
keep it up feller...

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Re: 1931 LISTER A AND H2 PUMP

Post by BRASSO on Tue Nov 13 2012, 18:10

mike d wrote:all martins engine look that good....
keep it up feller...

me....


Thanks MIke,

Will be back to it soon, just had a mountain of hassle to climb but getting over the top now.

be back tinkering again soon.

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