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Post by listerman36 on Thu Oct 15 2009, 07:22

hi this is a long shot but does anybody have any info or manuel on the stuart turner p5X regards to all graham

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Re: stuart turner p5 x

Post by Guest on Thu Oct 15 2009, 09:15

Have you checked out Internal Fires database yet?

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Post by listerman36 on Thu Oct 15 2009, 10:56

hi have tried on there there are r2, r3 , p5m which does not look anything like mine, behind flywheel there is a v belt drive , which makes me think its off a genny poss regards graham

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Re: stuart turner p5 x

Post by jamespeterbrett on Fri Feb 12 2010, 00:26

i have an origonal, pm me, might be able to load it to you, but i must have iot back, as i purchassed it for my late grandads engine, and realy is now a part of that.

it covers the P5X AND P5I AND AASSIATED LIGHTING PLANTS

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Re: stuart turner p5 x

Post by Guest on Fri Feb 12 2010, 11:03

@listerman36 wrote:hi have tried on there there are r2, r3 , p5m which does not look anything like mine, behind flywheel there is a v belt drive , which makes me think its off a genny poss regards graham

From what i remember the V belt behind the Flywheel was for a cooling fan. so would have been rad cooled, P5X were mainly used on generators and in Fuel Bowser's for the RAF.

ST info exchange has all the manuals etc for this type of engine.

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Re: stuart turner p5 x

Post by MikeM on Tue Apr 20 2010, 21:37

Skankin_giant wrote:
@listerman36 wrote:hi have tried on there there are r2, r3 , p5m which does not look anything like mine, behind flywheel there is a v belt drive , which makes me think its off a genny poss regards graham

From what i remember the V belt behind the Flywheel was for a cooling fan. so would have been rad cooled, P5X were mainly used on generators and in Fuel Bowser's for the RAF.

ST info exchange has all the manuals etc for this type of engine.

Cheers Steve

I have a P5X which is an ex Air Ministry close coupled generating set. This uses a flat belt at the rear of the flywheel to drive the cooling fan. I should imagine yours is a variation of the cooling process. The basic construction of the P5X is the same as the P5M, the main difference being in the engine casting where the gearbox on the P5M is attached. My P5X, which I acquired some 40 years ago is currently stripped for its first major overhaul and in the future I should be able to report progress.

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