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post #1 of 5 Old 05-08-2004, 11:15 AM Thread Starter
 
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roll your own jet engine

the site has already exceeded it's bandwidth:

http://www.garagejet.com/

but it's mirrored here:

http://www.my-kungfu.com/~jgarland/garagejet/


"Welcome to Matt and Rance's home built jet engine page. This website is dedicated to the progress and documentation of a home built gas turbine."
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Re: roll your own jet engine

Here is another homemade jet engine with a noble purpose. (in case anyone hasn't seen it already)
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Re: roll your own jet engine

Shouldn't these guys be working at nasa?Nasa scientists need cold beer too.
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Re: roll your own jet engine

We did this in the garage one night with an old fuel injector pump and a worn out turbocharger....we were drinking a bit, and were laughing so hard that it was working that we let it overspeed and blew the hell out of the turbo housing......

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Re: roll your own jet engine

Umm.. what about a fridge?

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