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What would you pay for...

Post by metiz » Tue Jun 02, 2009 9:15 pm

- This engine. A fully welded 22/30 pound (thrust tests pending) dual intake thermojet at just under 950mm.

following up on this question, would anyone be interested in purchasing a 55/70 pound thermojet at just under 1340mm with the same build quality? or even a 100+ pound thermo?
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Re: What would you pay for...

Post by metiz » Wed Jun 03, 2009 11:42 pm

Well at least now I know it works. This is NOT a thrust test; I was just realy bored :)
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Re: What would you pay for...

Post by ace_fedde » Sun Jun 07, 2009 9:04 pm

So I suppose the Thundequaker 5000 pro©! one million pound pulse-jet engine also gives only about 500.000 lbs of thrust?
Very disappointing :x
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Re: What would you pay for...

Post by metiz » Sun Jun 07, 2009 9:58 pm

ace_fedde wrote:So I suppose the Thundequaker 5000 pro©! one million pound pulse-jet engine also gives only about 500.000 lbs of thrust?
Very disappointing :x

yeah 'tis some false advertising. Ill be back though! *shakes fist*
My thrust assumptions were based on the combustion chamber. guess I need to get my tailpipes straight (as a matter of speaking of course lol)
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