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Regulated burner cutaway

Discussion in 'Fettling Forum' started by lanevitt, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. lanevitt United Kingdom

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    This is why I did this post, to settle in the minds of future fettlers. I added no text to the series of pics but instead linked the post to a very good thread where the 5 click system had been debated. Thanks for your positive remarks.

    Bill, its funny you should say that about a 71. I have one where the tank to burner threads are pretty poor. Its either a chop job or try and get the threads cleaned up. After reading the Whitworth Thread "thread" it looks like there is no way I would be able to get a tap and die to do the job!! :roll:
     
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  2. 59chevy36

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    Thank you. just in time for my project.
     
  3. sailingcal21

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    Thank you so much for the pics. I'm just discovering a P-39A stove and your burner cutaways really help my understanding.

    Now if I could only understand how the inner T-cap works to adjust the mixture, I'd be well on my way.

    Scott
     
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    It's great. Thanks
     
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    Radler Switzerland Subscriber

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    Very well done and good pictures too! Thanks for sharing!

    On picture #8 there is a little mistake. When the needle is in its top or cleaning position, the valve should be fully open, not closed.

    Radler
     
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    Amazing picture Andrew!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

    Gunsoo
     
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    john
     
  8. Jason_CSC Taiwan

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    I got my first pressure stove last month. This pictures let me understand the real structure of burner.
    Thanks, lanevitt
     
  9. dusan Czech Republic

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    Non regulated burner,closed and cleaning in one.

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