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Old 9th June 2009, 06:09 PM   #1
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I use a Home Depot grill starter, DIY at its finest. YMMV.
Hi Scott;

can you enlighten us a bit, how do you do that?
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Hi Scott;

can you enlighten us a bit, how do you do that?
PM me and I'll send you pictures of my results.
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Scott,

You are supposed to share.................

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Scott,

Are the files too large for posting here ?

I am sure I am not alone being interested in how you did it. And I guess you don't really want 40 people sending you PM asking for the same thing, right ?

I'll send you a PM anyhow.


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PM me and I'll send you pictures of my results.
You've got a mail.


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Scott,

You are supposed to share.................

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File is too big and I'm not allowed to host anything here. Anyone that gets it is welcome to host it, it's not that big a deal anyway. My homemade piston chamber is more fun, I will add that when I am done.
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Used as an impulse source nearfield?
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Thanks. Should be a great thread.

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