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Stop action engine teardown and rebuild

Discussion in 'General SAOCA Discussions' started by Bill Tippy, Apr 29, 2021.

  1. Bill Tippy

    Bill Tippy Diamond Level Sponsor

    This is one of my favorite YouTube videos. Using stop motion video, it shows a complete teardown and rebuild of a 4 cylinder engine that looks similar to a 1494 or 1725. All in just over 2 minutes.
    Sorry if this old video had already been shared. I didn't find it here when I searched.

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  2. puff4

    puff4 Gold Level Sponsor

    I believe it’s a 1296cc Triumph Spitfire motor.
  3. puff4

    puff4 Gold Level Sponsor

    Another great video, in this case a TR6 PI motor. I used this to teach my automotive engineering and design students.

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  4. Mike O'D

    Mike O'D Gold Level Sponsor

    Great model! Boy, the engineers back in the day would have loved to have that capability. Someone has some serious spare time on their hands.

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