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Looking for plans? Look here.

Post by Tom » Sat Jan 29, 2005 6:44 pm

As we have many people come here and ask for plans for the engines, I thought I would make it clear that many of the plans that exist can be accessed Here, the main page of this website. Other sources include within the forums of the engine type you seek. For example, search in the Jet Engine forum for plans of the KJ-66 engine, or seach in the Valveless forum for plans like the Short Lady, that aren't on the front page. Also, contact GLC Inc., Run by two of our members, Viv and Luc, for high quality plans and kits of certain engines, with more to choose from as time goes on. Hope this helps.

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Post by marksteamnz » Wed Aug 24, 2005 8:00 am

For Gas turbine / Jet engine information go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DIYGasTurbines/
You will be on moderated status so it takes a while for your posts to first show. Once joined up DO NOT ask questions until you have read the very informative files and checked out all the photo albums.
Check out the links as well. There are good rules of thumb etc on the net for the home builder.
Cheers
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www.cncprototyping.co.nz

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re: Looking for plans? Look here.

Post by krunob » Thu Jul 20, 2006 6:10 pm

Hi everibody.
I am new here on the foru, also home builder of turbines.
Got some interesting things abut KJ-66.
Here they are.

Hope someone will use them, I did.
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Post by MSW_05 » Sun Jan 07, 2007 7:46 am

welcome to the forum. i hope you find it as interesting as i did when i joined. i do not have time to come on much but when i do i enjoy the hell out of it. thanks and i hope to see you around
Mark S. Walter

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Full autocad plans

Post by craigclavin » Mon Jul 30, 2007 7:51 pm

These plans are available free from a German University site.
I think the plans look very similar to the KJ66, they appear to be concise and in their current format would be an asset to both beginners and regular builders alike.

http://chronik.htl-steyr.ac.at/htlde/am ... 2/acad.zip

http://chronik.htl-steyr.ac.at/htlde/am ... atia3d.zip

German speakers - feel free to translate and repost! :!:
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Post by Rossco » Tue Jul 31, 2007 9:50 pm

This is good stuff Craig.
Im going to have a further look through it when i get some time.

Here is a link to a translator script Manalo put me onto. Makes for a slow and rather confusing conversation, although great for such things as these.
Forgot to add the link.... earlyish morning you understand!
http://www.elmundo.es/traductor/index.h ... 1184818074

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Re: Looking for plans? Look here.

Post by MJVeach1 » Thu Jun 11, 2009 9:38 pm

Hello all,

I'm trying to find plans for a Phoenix 30.3 or for a Phoenix Mk4. I can't find them online as they are not available anymore. If you're a member in the U.S. I'd like to buy a set if you have one to sell. I can't buy from anyone overseas because the postage and money stuff is too tricky. Please help.

Thanks,

Mike Veach.

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Re: Looking for plans? Look here.

Post by Machinist1 » Tue Dec 28, 2010 9:48 pm

Does anyone here know where i can buy a second hand turbo here in huntsville Al ' i am wanting to build a turbo jet go-cart....Thanks

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Re: Looking for plans? Look here.

Post by racketmotorman » Wed Dec 29, 2010 12:42 am

Have you looked on Ebay ??

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Re: Looking for plans? Look here.

Post by luc » Tue May 01, 2012 1:21 pm

Also look here ... viewtopic.php?f=6&t=6373

This topic contains a full drawing set for building a DIY Turbine from a Garrett GT4708R turbo, INCLUDING a starter clutch system, a liquid propane vaporizer/injector and full control system schematic.

By the way Mike ... Why don't you replace or update this forum old (Very old) "Jet engine" link content with some of this topic's content? Although it's very nice to read stories and see pictures, most of new or inexperienced members probably prefers "Plans, schematics and real dimensions".

Just a suggestion ... :wink:
Luc
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