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MasonvilleEngines

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Running Herb Bedell Engines...you put a roll pin where?
« on: March 25, 2019, 02:59:09 pm »
Hi all,
 I love roll pins  :o

Len.

https://youtu.be/S1BiXWvJV6E

MasonvilleEngines

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The roll pin is in the intake :o

I will not hit and miss right without it. Needs a bit or bob. The Flywheels are from this tiny steam...met a gasser first.


https://youtu.be/7AaCrE6Yv0g

MasonvilleEngines

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Hi all,
 Roll pin replaced with more permanent fix, used a 10-24 thread in case hole size needs to be adjusted for altitude.

Len.

MasonvilleEngines

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Final run for this one for now...
https://youtu.be/opt7XN8XNHk

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Really enjoying these videos, keep them coming  8)
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The roll pin is in the intake

I will not hit and miss right without it. Needs a bit or bob. The Flywheels are from this tiny steam...met a gasser first.


https://youtu.be/7AaCrE6Yv0g

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MasonvilleEngines

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Based on the you tube id , I am sure Doug may be able to add more info...

http://www.steamenginemodels.com/Tiny%20Power.html

Once upon a time I ordered a casting set, advertised as "can be built with drill press". My drill press was not big enough so I was unable to complete several of the operations alluded to in the provided blueprint. Many years later I met Herb and eventually the fly wheels were drafted for the above blue engine.

Will take video when I get another engine on bench.

Len.

MasonvilleEngines

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Finally have another on bench...

https://youtu.be/wzGyuZRaxYc

MasonvilleEngines

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This one came from Herb with a hole that accepts a 5/16 tap ( blue one took a 10-24 tap)

MasonvilleEngines

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Had a tap and bolt, put a hole in center, runs better...
https://youtu.be/YgvBfzOf2fw

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MasonvilleEngines

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Under load...Need a little more tension on spring holding needle pin...
https://youtu.be/V7d1JiN6Ktk

Gonna run the of gas of this one, will try to get another on bench if anyone interested.

Len.

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Memorial Day engine run
« Reply #12 on: May 28, 2019, 08:02:10 am »

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That's great .... sort of like stereo!  ;c)
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Somehow I missed this thread earlier.

Thanks for the videos!


 

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