Got me a new mill!

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Re: re: Got me a new mill!

Post by NickC » Sun Dec 03, 2006 7:24 pm

Julle wrote:Nice millingmachine!
It will make wonders in the hands of a person with visions!

Here are two pictures of the transport of my second mill, slightly larger....
The price was Ok, 20000Sek ($2100) complete with working Heidenhain TNC155 CNC system.
Weight is 12800kg (28200lbs), sorry no pictures from my shop, but looks nice since I use woodenlaminatefloor, prototypes is expensive to make and floor is cheap to change.

only $2,100? or did you mean to put $21,000?

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re: Got me a new mill!

Post by Johansson » Fri Dec 08, 2006 8:43 am

Nahh, 20.000 SEK is $2.100.

I managed to finish the risers for the turbo-streetfighter project on the mill yesterday, they turned out pretty well considering that I´ve practically never used a mill before.

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re: Got me a new mill!

Post by mk » Fri Dec 08, 2006 1:29 pm

Yes, pretty good. Do you have a complete picture of the motorcycle Anders?
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re: Got me a new mill!

Post by Johansson » Fri Dec 08, 2006 5:23 pm

Certainly!

//Anders
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re: Got me a new mill!

Post by mk » Fri Dec 08, 2006 5:53 pm

Cool! This one looks quite wicked.

Thanks.
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re: Got me a new mill!

Post by lucky rookie » Fri Dec 08, 2006 7:28 pm

good selection of bike old oil cooled suzuki lump pretty well indestrctable ive known people turbo these lumps with no mods although the real power came when low copression pistons were used just one question have you built a turbo bike before and is the exhaust home built if so did you take into consideration using pipe length to get combustion pulse to follow each other rather than arriving at turbo all at once my friend who built a turbo hyabusa found modding pipe to do this almost eliminated turbo lag


good luck
i WILL get this pulsjet running even if my wife says i wont

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re: Got me a new mill!

Post by Johansson » Fri Dec 08, 2006 11:38 pm

I haven´t made any changes to the compression ratio since I will run it on E85 (85% ethanol, 15% gasoline) which has a octane value high enough to withstand detonation at 1 bar with the comp ratio at 8.5:1. I won´t fit an intercooler since I won´t need one, severe lack of space is another reason...

I aim for 140hp at the rear wheel to begin with, 0.9-1.0 bar should get me there since it has 72hp at the wheel in its original shape. The main goal is to get below 100SEK/hp including the cost of the bike, not impossible if I cut down on the bling-bling.

//Anders

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re: Got me a new mill!

Post by lucky rookie » Sat Dec 09, 2006 8:08 am

cool well when you run it can you post vid as i love anything with a turbo maybe one day ill put one on my R1 lol
i WILL get this pulsjet running even if my wife says i wont

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