Inline Twin Engine Ep. 14

Before I can try to start the engine for the first time, it needs a carburetor. I’m planing to use a RC engine carburetor, and need to build a flange to mount it to the engine.

Holding a long piece of aluminum in the vise, the first side is milled:

Inline Twin 208 (800x600)

The stock is turned over, and the second side is finished:

Inline Twin 209 (800x600)

The “holding stock” is cut off on the cold saw:

Inline Twin 210 (800x600)

The saw cut is cleaned up, and the holes drilled:

Inline Twin 211 (800x600)Inline Twin 212 (800x600)

The finished flange:

Inline Twin 213 (800x600)

…and the O.S. carburetor installed on the engine:

Inline Twin 214 (800x600)

Now I have all the parts needed to see if there is life in this engine. I set up a temporary ignition and fuel system and gave the engine a spin…

 

 

 

There is of course some tuning needed, but without a cooling system, I kept the runs short not to overheat the engine.

The first start of an engine is always very exiting, and also a huge relieve after all the work getting to this point. Now that we know we have a running engine, I’ll continue working on the project to get it finished. The next part on the list will be the coolant pump.

 

Thank you for visiting my shop.

If you have any questions about the engine or any of the other projects, please leave a comment below, or email at yogisworkshop(at)yahoo.com

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Yogi

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