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Steviegtr19/01/2020 03:23:51
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This will shorten your life by 1 1/2 hrs but well worth watching. Give the Wife 20 quid to go shopping & watch this. I am lucky I don't have a wife. Sorry messed up the title .

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Steviegtr19/01/2020 04:44:37
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I think this will be my 1st project. NOT.

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Paul Lousick19/01/2020 06:04:14
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Heaps of good technical information and pointers for machining and worth watching but like many Youtube videos too much un necessary waffle. Video could have been reduced to 1 hour or less.

Paul

fizzy19/01/2020 09:35:16
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If you think £20 will take the wife shopping for 90 minutes im not suprised you havnt got a wife (only joking)....give her £150 and you might be in with a chance.

JasonB19/01/2020 10:24:08
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For those that don't know Debolt where the video was taken are a well known supplier of hit and miss engine kits in the US as well as making complete engines and a line of machined smaller parts for them. I have made a couple of their engines.

Think I'll keep the £150 and put that towards another enginewink

Edited By JasonB on 19/01/2020 10:24:47

fizzy19/01/2020 10:30:51
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Thanks for the link JB...never heard of them, but they make some nice, if expensive complete engines. Going to take a few cancelled shopping trips to get this...**LINK**

Meunier19/01/2020 15:28:23
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Posted by fizzy on 19/01/2020 10:30:51:

.....take a few cancelled shopping trips to get this...**LINK**.......

very nice but don't know which tape-measure they were using -
12 1/16" flywheels, total height 11 1/2" 4/10 scale
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JasonB19/01/2020 15:50:34
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They used the right tape on the flywheel, I was asked to make one of those for someone but flywheel was a bit too big for may lathe. about 21 1/2" tall so a typo.

 

They only do limited runs of their engines which is why there are not many listed and they are quite sort after.

Edited By JasonB on 19/01/2020 16:01:14

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