Better a "bisschen" than "nichts", "richtig"?Mike wrote:Ich spreche nur ein bischen mein freund!
...it's surprising me, anyway.
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I hope I will not offend anyone with an ethnic joke. I read it in a travel book on Central Europe by a British writer. It is a definition of Bavarians. They are the result of a failed attempt by the Almighty to make Prussians out of Austrians.evildrome wrote:Ich au' a bisl (aber nuer Bayerisch). Wilson.
It just looks purple on the picture, but has been glowing orange at the run. Maybe because of the flash light...coffee wrote:...the purple of the engine in the last picture is really quite eye catching.
I had temperatures of about +5...+10Â°C these days.vhautaka wrote:But one question: What was the temperature during your successful runs?
All of the holes together shouldn't be too small in the whole open area. The complete open area of them all in my engine is about 1.5 times bigger than the area of the 1/4inch / 7mm (inner dia.) connector pipe open area, because propane shouldn't move too fast aut of the vaporizer holes, else mixing won't be as good as you want it. I think "drilling" with a saw shouldn't have too big negative results if the holes aren't "really huge" ones then. The outflow angle of the propane is important, with about 90Â° to the symmetrical line, and the single hole dia., too, because of the vaporization effect. Using a generally larger vaporizer dia. (than yours at the moment) could be advanegous, too.vhautaka wrote:...,except it was 6mm brake line and the holes were "drilled" with a saw.