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P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - Printable Version

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RE: P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - sasquatch - 04-29-2013

Sure is nice looking work Bill.


RE: P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - Bill Gruby - 04-30-2013

Had a good morning so far.

"Billy G"


RE: P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - EdK - 04-30-2013

Nice Billy! Now it's starting to look more like an engine.

Ed


RE: P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - Bill Gruby - 04-30-2013

Thanx Ed. In the next few weeks of work it will really begin to take shape.

"Billy G"


RE: P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - Highpower - 04-30-2013

Bill, what kind of fuel mix will you need to run that puppy? 17428


RE: P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - Bill Gruby - 04-30-2013

115/145 straight aviation fuel. 80 octane minimum. It has a sump and pressure lubrication.

"Billy G"


RE: P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - Bill Gruby - 04-30-2013

Done for the day.

"Billy G"


RE: P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - doubleboost - 04-30-2013

(04-30-2013, 02:03 PM)Bill Gruby Wrote: Done for the day.

"Billy G"

Very niceDroolDroolDroolDrool
Starting to take shape now
John


RE: P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - Mayhem - 04-30-2013

Looking good there Bill. Will you be making the distributors as well?


RE: P&W 1830 Radial in 1/6 scale. - Bill Gruby - 04-30-2013

Yes Darren, all the internal parts and the caps.

"Billy G"