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Old Jul 20, 2011, 07:20 PM
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Ecellent information on the Bugl 2.5 diesel


Reginald, thanks for going to the trouble of “opening up” the Bugl. I’ve never seen this set up before. This has to be one of the most complicated 2.5 cc model diesels ever made. And also a work of art.

Greg, that was a great link for information. The author wasn’t kidding when he said that the cylinder had generous Schnurle porting. Also a very unique way to fasten the rod to the piston. And weight reduction, only 98 g vs the MK3 OT at 175 g. What a “gifted, dedicated artist” the man was.

Yes Charlie, your pictures would be nice. Let the rest of the enthusiasts see what these little diesels are pulling around ( .5~.6 hp in 500 to 600 g models). Not for the faint of heart.

And lastly, lets not be negative against Mr “V”. He does turn out some beautiful engines. We all enjoy these little diesel, so the more the merrier.

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