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Jonathan Price, Kingsport, TN, email@example.com 1/2/2011
This is a horizontal, single cylinder engine with a 1.125 bore and 1.75 inch stroke. The flywheels are approximately 6.5 inches in diameter. It was first run in September and then tore apart for paint. I completed the paint and reassembly of the engine in December 2010. It was built from castings bought from Joe Tochtrop in California. I built a one piece 4140 crankshaft for it and it uses an aluminum piston in a cast iron liner. I especially like the speed control lever as the engine speed can be varied from around 325 rpms to about 600 rpms just by sliding the lever. It is a great runner and starts easily also. You can see it run on YouTube with the following link.
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