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    Default Re: aluminium HTD pulleys

    thanks for the tips - smaller ally pulleys can be had but they are a rare beast and cost more



    we've ended up going down a different route in the end - all will be revealed at claydon



    cheers



    tony

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    Tony,



    Just a thought, if your current setup proves to be two problematic, have you thought along the lines of utilising the second engine for a lift engine, and using one for thrust?



    It may be that a twin setup of less than 250cc may be an alternative way forward. 30bhp thrust on a lift engined craft



    I know the regs are against it for F3, but if proven to be matched to the TZr variants, could a dispensation ala rotax 447 could be allowed?



    I wont be at claydon, any clues?





    Mart


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    Jonathan,



    Yes, the electrical people. Get yourself a set of catlogues or go on line. I think you will be suprised at what they do!



    Thay have pretty much everything you want, but at a price.



    Nick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Drew
    Jonathan,



    Yes, the electrical people. Get yourself a set of catlogues or go on line. I think you will be suprised at what they do!



    Thay have pretty much everything you want, but at a price.



    Nick


    Yep, they've had to diversify to keep up with the others, Farnell (now Buck Hickman I think) etc. By the way don't order a set of catalogues, they are HUGE, they will take over your workshop (I think it was 6 catalogues to a set the last time I got some) and you will be receiving them 'til the day you die!!



    Look at Brammer, they don't only do belts and bearings now, they do a vast range of products for the workplace, including safety products (good for my business, and that makes me very happy ).

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    farnell was taken over by CPC. They send you a nice hard backed catalogue!

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    Other way round. CPC were aquired by Premier Farnell the holding group for Farnell and a few other electronics conpanies worldwide.

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    Default Re: aluminium HTD pulleys

    Tony,

    The supplier is said I might have is rather expensive.

    The pulley would have to be made at a cost of around 80.

    I can get a steel one for around 9.



    The supplier is Antifriction Components 01392 824343 if you decide to go down that route!



    Best regards

    Wayne

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    Hi,

    If you are still needing these pulleys...
    send me all the details and i will do the best price i can,,,
    these items will be made in the uk by our factory

    thanks kayleigh




    Quote Originally Posted by Mart366 - n/a View Post
    Tony,



    Just a thought, if your current setup proves to be two problematic, have you thought along the lines of utilising the second engine for a lift engine, and using one for thrust?



    It may be that a twin setup of less than 250cc may be an alternative way forward. 30bhp thrust on a lift engined craft



    I know the regs are against it for F3, but if proven to be matched to the TZr variants, could a dispensation ala rotax 447 could be allowed?



    I wont be at claydon, any clues?





    Mart

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