Early homebrew systems used car alternators
Courtesy Chris Soler
Chris’ early homebrew systems used car alternators matched with homemade or cast runners, with a square plastic bucket lid sandwiched between. The bucket (with tailrace channel or pipeline) was dug into the ground, and the manifold lines terminated in simple nozzles in the bucket’s sides. Snapping the lid on the bucket aligned the runner with the nozzles and set up the system for production.
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