would this be considered a low frequency rudimentary pulse?

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would this be considered a low frequency rudimentary pulse?

Post by maybach123 » Tue May 17, 2016 1:18 am

I am kind of new to pulse jets. So i am curious if this is considered a pulse jet.
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Post by tufty » Tue May 17, 2016 6:18 am

That's a "pipewood", a Lockwood-Hiller "ish" jet made from off-the-shelf plumbing parts. Invented by our very own Mike Everman, if memory serves. Search here for plans.

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Post by maybach123 » Tue May 17, 2016 3:50 pm

tufty wrote:That's a "pipewood", a Lockwood-Hiller "ish" jet made from off-the-shelf plumbing parts. Invented by our very own Mike Everman, if memory serves. Search here for plans.
huh I was just using trial and error. I can make and then share plans if anyone wants me to

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Re: would this be considered a low frequency rudimentary pul

Post by tufty » Wed May 18, 2016 5:14 pm

Oh, it's yours?

In that case, you're not feeding it nearly enough. No regulator, lose the hole in the CC, shove a rosscojector up the intake.

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Re: would this be considered a low frequency rudimentary pul

Post by maybach123 » Tue May 24, 2016 4:17 pm

tufty wrote:Oh, it's yours?

In that case, you're not feeding it nearly enough. No regulator, lose the hole in the CC, shove a rosscojector up the intake.
Do you guys have a guide to plumbing propane into a pulse jet. I have never tried my hand at that and not sure where to start exactly

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Re: would this be considered a low frequency rudimentary pul

Post by metiz » Tue May 24, 2016 10:54 pm

Try something like this. Bend your injector tube back 180 degrees so you can tie it to the intake with some hose clamps.
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Re: would this be considered a low frequency rudimentary pul

Post by maybach123 » Wed May 25, 2016 12:23 am

metiz wrote:Try something like this. Bend your injector tube back 180 degrees so you can tie it to the intake with some hose clamps.
are you talking about keeping the torch attachment or removing that all together and hooking the propane directly up to the injector tube?

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Re: would this be considered a low frequency rudimentary pul

Post by metiz » Wed May 25, 2016 5:40 pm

maybach123 wrote:
metiz wrote:Try something like this. Bend your injector tube back 180 degrees so you can tie it to the intake with some hose clamps.
are you talking about keeping the torch attachment or removing that all together and hooking the propane directly up to the injector tube?
Like Tufty said, lose any restriction between your propane tank and the injector. So tank > hose > injector
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