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Inside a combustion chamber, Briggs & Stratton.

what is happening inside a combustion chamber Briggs & Stratton


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Very cool, although I think the acetylene and the flames should have called for more than just safety glasses, like maybe PPC and fire dept on standby... but thats just me.

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That's interesting. Thanks for posting it.
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where do I get a replacement head like that for my motor

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where do I get a replacement head like that for my motor
At the Plexiglas/Lexan plastic head store I guess.

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Very cool, although I think the acetylene and the flames should have called for more than just safety glasses, like maybe PPC and fire dept on standby... but thats just me.
Meh, any problems and he just leaned and blew out the fire.
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Really neat. Watching the flame propagation in an old L head design.You can see why an overhead valve engine is more efficient.
And powerful With all the combustion pressure pushing straight down on the piston.
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Very cool. Great watching flame propagation.
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