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  • Re: Sputtering Combuster

    Rick, I meant jet pipe, to create thrust. is there anything behind the turbine? Or is it wide open. What are your turbine sizes? Oil pressure is good. Steven

    steven.bmw850 17 hours ago
  • Re: Sputtering Combuster

    We are delivery propane to the combustion chamber through a jet. The jet is simply a hex head pipe plug with 6 holes, 1/wrench flat. The central feed hole

    evauq68 18 hours ago
  • Re: Sputtering Combuster [1 Attachment]

    Rick, Are you running with a jet nozzle or open end? If nozzle, remove it and check temps. Dont add holes or increase the size. The holes arent the problem if

    steven.bmw850 21 hours ago
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Believe it or not, almost anyone can build their own jet engine using materials as simple as old auto parts and a few pipe fittings. These engines are not toys, they are real jet engines built by keen individuals. When you apply for membership, please give a good reason for wanting to join that shows that you have a genuine interest in the subject.






New members are directed to the '1_Starter Pack' folder in the Files section as answers to initial queries should already be there, but remember, they are guidelines only and should NOT be solely relied upon for a successful build..! ;o) Check out the 'People Map' app in the 'Groups Labs(Beta)' section which allows you to see where other members are located and the 'For Sale' app for items that may help you get started.





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WARNING!!


 As
is the nature of this group, what we do here is largely, if not wholly experimental and as such there are the inevitable dangers that come with the
territory. Please be advised that although every effort is made to ensure
that all project diagrams published on this group are safe, they should be treated as
essentially untested and as such should be approached with caution. Anyone
attempting to build one of the projects based on a diagram published on this
group does so at their own risk.








Thanks, and enjoy! ;o)



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  • Apr 24, 2000
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