Homemade Engine from Maytag and Briggs & Stratton Parts


| April/May 1994


16 Prospect St., Salem, West Virginia 26426

This picture shows the front view of an engine I made out of Maytag 92 parts and gate valve wheels for flywheels. I mounted it on a forge blower base after some alterations and a bore plate. I made the gas tank from an olive can and it mounts under the base. I made the ignitor pickup and governor and mounted it on the left flywheel. I use a buzz coil which I made out of Model T Ford points and a Briggs and Stratton coil. I mounted the carburetor where the base used to be. I used a 3-2 battery mounted between the skid under the engine. I cool it down with a blower I made from a 12 volt vacuum cleaner. The engine starts easy and runs at 400 RPM. It is a true hit and miss engine and I am very proud of its performance.

korda péter
3/3/2009 10:09:14 AM

jó az oldap















SUBSCRIBE TO GAS ENGINE MAGAZINE TODAY!

Gas Engine Magazine A_M 16Gas Engine Magazine is your best source for tractor and stationary gas engine information.  Subscribe and connect with more than 23,000 other gas engine collectors and build your knowledge, share your passion and search for parts, in the publication written by and for gas engine enthusiasts! Gas Engine Magazine brings you: restoration stories, company histories, and technical advice. Plus our Flywheel Forum column helps answer your engine inquiries!

Be sure to take advantage of the Square Deal Subscription Program.

  • No Missed Issues.

  • No Renewal Notices.

  • No Additional Cost.

The Square Deal Subscription Program is designed as a paperless transaction with automatic renewals at a preferred low rate.   With advanced electronic notification, a 100% satisfaction guarantee and an easy opt-out plan, the Square Deal Subscription Program is the best value, risk free, eco-friendliest way to subscribe.




Facebook YouTube

Classifieds


Copyright 2018, All Rights Reserved
Ogden Publications, Inc., 1503 SW 42nd St., Topeka, Kansas 66609-1265