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Ammonia Engine Generator

This image shows the engine with a vertical split thru cylinder 6 in the left side, and the intake valve drive on the right.

The crankshaft is at 80 degrees, piston #7 is at the bottom of it's stroke.

Crankshaft oil passages are clearly visible, as are the 3 cross drills in the #9 knuckle pin

Slices thru the counterweights and the #7 slave rod are visible on the left, and the master rod is visible to the right

The inside diameter of the bustle pipes is 2.5'' and the walls are 0.188'' thick.



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