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85 cubic inch homebrew runs!


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Old 07-04-2005, 08:58:57 PM
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Thought some may like to see my home-brewed hit & miss. I designed & machined everything but the flywheels (Chore boy) and piston/liner ( JD3010). just got it running last week & it works great.Has a 6 inch stroke & really barks! Next year it will get a fancy cart & paint.



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Very Nice Machine work Steve. Always nice to hear them run for the first time !
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Thanks, I should add that the timing gears were from a JD 4020 & valves from a 318 mopar.
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Hey Steve, where do you have that Nitrus Bottle hidden at ?
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