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  Turbine Frame
 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/24/2006 11:19:27 AM |
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Turbine Frame

My turbine frame came in today, I still have a lot of work to do fabracating all the assy. parts.




 From: Jack Knight1979 | Posted: 4/24/2006 12:13:05 PM |

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RE: Turbine Frame

Kevin,

What are the dimensions of the cone???


I don't have a batmobile, but I have a remote R2-D2
www.c4-designs.com/ciii


 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/24/2006 1:32:35 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

The cone comes with the kit it is not symmetrical the diameter changes. It is the CSD cone cover as the same as all the other replicas.


 From: Jack Knight1979 | Posted: 4/24/2006 1:49:42 PM |

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RE: Turbine Frame

Could you do me a small favor and get me a height and length? I'd really appreciate it.

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www.c4-designs.com/ciii


 From: Dee | Posted: 4/24/2006 1:57:12 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

Whats with that Kev...the thing only arrives and you throw it in the bin.

SlŠinte is tŠinte

 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/24/2006 2:10:29 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

The total legnth is 12" the with side to side is 8" and up and down is 7 3/4"


 From: Tim | Posted: 4/24/2006 2:23:36 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

Now you're cookin'!


 From: Justin | Posted: 4/24/2006 2:38:26 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

^^^

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 From: Jack Knight1979 | Posted: 4/24/2006 2:40:46 PM |

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RE: Turbine Frame

Thanks Kevin!

I don't have a batmobile, but I have a remote R2-D2
www.c4-designs.com/ciii


 From: Jack | Posted: 4/24/2006 5:06:49 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

Wow those blades look pretty cool. Looks like there a few too many but I don't think anyone will ever notice. Why not use the stove liner like the one Nitro sent me and Rusty? With a little work I think they look great.


 From: vittorio | Posted: 4/24/2006 6:15:11 PM |

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RE: Turbine Frame

Sorry if this has been asked elsewhere. Where'd ya get it!?


 From: Nitro | Posted: 4/24/2006 6:41:40 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

Nice Kevin your going to hate to paint it.


 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/24/2006 8:11:15 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

I used an aluminum cooker because it has a nice lip and it remains the same diameter through the bottom of the can. Unlike most cans that taper to the bottom. It was also the right diameter, took me forever to get the right one.


 From: Jack | Posted: 4/24/2006 8:15:45 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

It looks tappered, have a side shot?


 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/24/2006 8:38:13 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

Here you go Jack, I think it will look great when it is done, I can send it to you and I will let you build it up for me, yes?



 From: Jack | Posted: 4/24/2006 8:55:46 PM |
So it's a 92

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RE: Turbine Frame

Sorry, I canít weld aluminum. Or it stainless? I canít weld stainless either except by mig, but then it would have to be painted. How are you going to fit the blades far enough back to allow for the center section or does it just appear that itís too tight for the blades to go deeper in?


 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/24/2006 10:52:55 PM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

The blades will drop all the way to the bottom the basket is holding them up. I will need to shorten the housing and remove the handles.
I use alumiloy welding rods with a regular butane torch to weld aluminum and it works and looks great.



 From: Jack | Posted: 4/25/2006 5:22:43 AM |
So it's a 92

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RE: Turbine Frame

Good deal can't wait to see it. It should look awesome.


 From: Tim | Posted: 4/25/2006 7:56:27 AM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

But if it doesn't work out, we can all have deep fried turkey!


 From: Maul | Posted: 4/25/2006 9:13:59 AM |
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 From: christo | Posted: 4/25/2006 11:25:43 AM |

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RE: Turbine Frame

Mmmmmm...That reminds me of the turbine soup my mama used to make when I was little. We were really poor...


 From: Mr A | Posted: 4/29/2006 7:51:47 AM |
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RE: Turbine Frame

Kevin,
That is such an excellent idea (using the cooking pot). I love how inventive you guys are Cant wait to finish making my afterburner out of a wastebasket/lampshade, so I can post pics


Mr A


"There is no end, but the end is near"

 From: Jack | Posted: 4/29/2006 9:42:18 AM |
So it's a 92

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RE: Turbine Frame

Lets see what you got so far.











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