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Dean W:
I had never see that second iteration of your engine, Jerry.  That's a lot of fun to watch!  Does make quite a good chuff, too.

Captain Jerry:
Thanks John and Dean

I think I might have misspoken about the gearing. In fact it is geared UP so that the flywheel (bar) can be seen whiling around in the background 5 times faster than the crankshaft.  Is that anti-reduction?  Another advantage of this method is that it does not overload the engine bearings with the weight of a huge flywheel.



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