What is being shown is an example of a One Lunger. Great internal combustion engines and interesting that unlike modern engines can be kept going with tape and bailing wire. Massive flywheels smooth out the intermittent power delivered by the occasional ignition pulse.
What mesmerizing rhythm and music. I once worked in a bakery that had large, industrial mixers. The bowls weighed so much it took two people to move them from mixer to table. But as the mixers ran, they made a rhythmic ting on the sides of the stainless steel bowls that was, while loud, also soothing. It's a sound I miss.
It's the PE creed we need.
Why do people who make these videos have to get so close that you can't tell what you're looking at?
Is it me,or is that Music? Of sorts.
Mr. Kurt, I am no engine expert, so what is the difference between this presentation and a hit-and-miss engine?