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Buckman Beam Engine (running on 1/4 PSI)

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Old 11-13-2019, 12:22:40 PM
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Default Buckman Beam Engine (running on 1/4 PSI)

Running on very little air... 1/4 of a PSI Highest I went off camera was 1/2 a PSI, and even then it was moving along at a good speed. This is by far the easiest engine to run off my own breath, and I don't even get light headed

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