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    Lightbulb I turn Car Compressor into Working Engine

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    Good day guys
    I know you are wondering that why i turn this Car compressor into engine is because I want to explore my knowledge into something different that i never tried before.

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    Interesting experimental build

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    Who da thought. Way outside the box��

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    Very cool build. It's like the Duke engine (and torpedo engines before it), except 1/1000th the cost. I'm curious about how well the PTFE coating on the pistons held up.

    Neil

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    Brilliant idea and ingenious construction. Obviously the head won't hold for long but let us know about the pistons/

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    This project gets the mental juices flowing.



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