Monster TP-180-100 - No Reasonable Offer Refused

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Monster TP-180-100 - No Reasonable Offer Refused

Post by Eric » Mon Jul 27, 2009 6:11 pm

Back about 2 years ago I got an order for a TP-180-100, unfortunately the buyer apparently passed away shortly after construction began. Its been sitting around collecting dust ever since.

Its made from 20 gauge 304 stainless and is extremely light for its size, it has a nice heavy duty mounting stand, that doubles as a frame setup for the shipping crate that was going to be built for it.

It was made for removable injectors but I can set up an advanced fixed position injector if you would like for no charge, it uses a CM6 plug, and starts very nicely on low pressure compressed air, or self starting with the right injector. Its only had a few very short runs on it.

At this point its just taking up room, I have decided that I am probably not going to get around to having a personal use for it in the immediate future, if no one from here is interested then I am going to stick it up on Feebay.

There's well over $200 in stainless in this engine, and would make a great display piece or scaring the living shit out of your neighbors.

I can crate it and truck ship it fairly cheap across the US, though if you are in 200-300 miles of north eastern PA I wouldnt have a problem with driving and dropping it off, or meeting you half way if its slightly farther.

This engine is not a toy, you should be 18 or older to even think about buying it, and definitely need some pulsejet experience before using an engine this powerful.

Willing to part with this engine for a fraction of what it was originally going to sell for.

Will get more pics later, its the big dark one lurking behind the TP-180-70 with ramjet

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Re: Monster TP-180-100 - No Reasonable Offer Refused

Post by metiz » Mon Jul 27, 2009 6:38 pm

That's a sweat engine man

You do know we now have a "buy and sell" forum right? :wink:
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Re: Monster TP-180-100 - No Reasonable Offer Refused

Post by Eric » Mon Jul 27, 2009 9:11 pm

Hmmm so there is, but seems like there is almost no traffic there...

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Re: Monster TP-180-100 - No Reasonable Offer Refused

Post by metiz » Mon Jul 27, 2009 9:17 pm

Eric wrote:Hmmm so there is, but seems like there is almost no traffic there...

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kinda like the chicken and the egg

nobody builds hydrogen cars becuase you can't refuel anywhere and nobody wants to invest in building hydrogen fuel pumps because there are no hydrogen cars

There's no traffic on the buy and sell forum so nobody wants to advertise there and as long as nobody advertises there, there will be no trafic
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Re: Monster TP-180-100 - No Reasonable Offer Refused

Post by Eric » Mon Jul 27, 2009 10:26 pm

Well then I'll be sure to post a listing page for each of the kinds of engines I offer to help get some traffic there, but being on the bottom of the forum list under the help section doesnt help, it could use a sticky topic on each subforum to redirect people to that forum, in my opinion.
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Re: Monster TP-180-100 - No Reasonable Offer Refused

Post by Ghrey » Tue Jul 28, 2009 5:51 am

As much as I dislike "me too" posting....
Eric wrote:--- being on the bottom of the forum list under the help section doesnt help, it could use a sticky topic on each subforum to redirect people to that forum, in my opinion.

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