edsanders.com - 1997 Engine Show - Brownington, VT

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Nice hoist for moving engines on and off the trailer.

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I took this picture to remind me of this fellow's exhaust pipe for his generator. Notice how it gets the noise and exhaust up away from the motorhome.

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The flyweights that control the speed of the engine.

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I like this home made winch. A lot of good ideas here!

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The small belt goes up to the governor. You can see the fly weights in the upper left corner. These are held inwards to the rotating shaft by springs. As the speed picks up, centrifugal force throws them out which actuates the control mechanism to stop the flow of fuel and spark to the cylinder.

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Copyright 1997 by Ed Sanders.