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Old 01-26-2004, 09:26 AM   #136
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How about this?

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Old 01-26-2004, 12:00 PM   #137
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Colors can be changed.

Too bloody, no, something else.
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Old 01-26-2004, 12:32 PM   #138
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the design of the engine is very interesting and thank you for showing it saturday. you got to show me the carb. when it is ready, it probably is as interesting as the rest of the engine. looking forward to run against one soon.

what is the advantage of using a "nelson" (?) plug on a car engine ?

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Isnt a nelson plug the same thing as a torbo plug?
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the design of the engine is very interesting and thank you for showing it saturday. you got to show me the carb. when it is ready, it probably is as interesting as the rest of the engine. looking forward to run against one soon.

what is the advantage of using a "nelson" (?) plug on a car engine ?

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Right after the winternats I will give you chnce to run against it or run it.
There is couple advantages to use Nelsons. Design of end where filament located is much wider and create very big flat area, but in the mean time diameter of tunnel for filament is realy small and protect filament very good from overheating. Glow wire on Nelsons are realy durable and last much longer even under very high compression ratio. Sealing design has wider tapering and don't damaged the seating place on the head. But there is one big disadvantage, which basecaly needs to be solve-hexogen is bigger size and regular glow igniter doesn't fit there. S I will need to build one. Regardless everything I will try them, both types-regular and globee.
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Old 01-26-2004, 01:24 PM   #142
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Isnt a nelson plug the same thing as a torbo plug?
Looks similar but litlle bit different.
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Old 01-26-2004, 01:50 PM   #143
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Right after the winternats I will give you chnce to run against it or run it.
thank you for the offer but it would be more interesting to run against one. by the way, what gearing were you using saturday ?
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thank you for the offer but it would be more interesting to run against one. by the way, what gearing were you using saturday ?
Tallest module 1.0 mm MTX3, I belive 46/42 spurs and 17/21 pinion, but may be wrong ( I am not car's guy )
You will run against it, can promise you for sure.
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The case on the motor looks similar to the type of motor that's used in FAI pylon racing...If your motor runs like that, I'm pretty sure it'll be fast. Is the motor designed to use the Nelson or Globee plug only? Or will you sell them with the a standard turbo plug button?

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Will be available with standard and turbo plugs. The Nelson and Globee plugs are only a thought for better performance if they are legal
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Edward this one fits, and it is slower enjot it. Your T/Shirts are on the way they were shiped today.
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The case on the motor looks similar to the type of motor that's used in FAI pylon racing...If your motor runs like that, I'm pretty sure it'll be fast. Is the motor designed to use the Nelson or Globee plug only? Or will you sell them with the a standard turbo plug button?

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yes it will be very fast and you know what I am talking about.
It is already very fast.
We will have three different type of bottons to supply. But seems like for european market mostly will be for normal plug, for ROAR and IFMAR it will be mostly Turbo, but can be supply both types, no problem.
Nelson-it is under experiments and have no info yet. It is required special glow starter.
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Edward this one fits, and it is slower enjot it. Your T/Shirts are on the way they were shiped today.
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Paul, it is working now and I love it.
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yes it will be very fast and you know what I am talking about.
It is already very fast.
We will have three different type of bottons to supply. But seems like for european market mostly will be for normal plug, for ROAR and IFMAR it will be mostly Turbo, but can be supply both types, no problem.
Nelson-it is under experiments and have no info yet. It is required special glow starter.

I think you can use a standard ignitor if you just push down and hold it there. It definitely will not lock onto the larger body of the Nelson or the Globee.
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