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- Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:13 pm
- Forum: I.C. Engines
- Topic: Miniature Engines Valve Sealing
- Replies: 2
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Install your valves and don't lapp them. If you feel you have too, use 2000 grit or higher. You will want a mirror finish. Most people actually make the seal worse by lapping with a harsh grit. Personally I cut my seats and if I get a nice finish I don't lapp. A good finish on the valves and seats a...
- Tue Dec 31, 2013 11:56 am
- Forum: Live Steam
- Topic: Kozo A3 switcher first run
- Replies: 35
- Views: 4986
Boy that thing is a beauty! I have been showing at NAMES for 5 or 6 years now and watch the RR guys bring these things in. Don't you get nervous with the skinny cart or is it more stable than it looks. I would think the legs would go down on an angle and the base be wider. After all you go thru to b...
If the gasket is complex I will take the time to make a template. I use 2 pieces of 1/8 inch thick Aluminum to sandwich the material between. http://i770.photobucket.com/albums/xx349/stevehuckss396/V8Demon/DSCN2255s.jpg~original http://i770.photobucket.com/albums/xx349/stevehuckss396/V8Demon/DSCN225...
Welcome Steve! How are you doing on your supercharged Chevrolet engine? I'm not. I have been working 7 days so I am trying to work on simple things. When work lightens up I hope to finish the blown V8. For now I have been working on a 1/3rd scale mini bike but it is moving very slow. http://i770.ph...
Hello Everybody!! My name is Steve and I am in the great state of Michigan. I logged on to this forum because I am a amature home machinest. I do alot of stuff for friends but my main focus is engines. I started making air engines and then graduated to I.C. Engines. I am currently working on a 1/3rd...