random269: Have you ever worked in Antarctica????
Jon Heckendorf: Nice video. Great presentation. I hope there are more to this series. I "Liked" and subscribed. Good job, Mate.
Richie Mann: I guess if you were planning on manufacturing pulsejets you might need all that stuff but I've seen people make one with simple tools. You can buy a lot of the parts at the hardware store & a metal shop could weld them together for pretty cheap if you don't want to use pop-rivets or bolts. And why not go valveless? Valveless pulsejets are nearly as powerful and much less complicated.
rebiceman100584: will you create the next steps?
Richard Jones: are there no other parts to this video that have been made?
Soulrider2012: Were there ever any further videos made in this series? I can't find part 2.
oscar7771: I have all the tolls, now what ?
newtongfd: Part 2 ?
Najib Mohammad: where the part 2
pparker768: Guarding the belt drive is a worthwhile investment.
barry king: bruce should i burn my dx6i with dsmx or stick with it ? i had a brown out and crashed my tricopter would you recomend tunigy 9x ?
Fucc A Poss Blok: Deliver please!
Ryan Connelly: @xjet any word on part 2?
Aviator747a: When is the next part of this video series comming? With the swmac shut down for now and it being winter it would be nice to see some more on this. And the new pulsejet design. :)
pietzeekoe: An abandoned project?
Aviator747a: Looking forward to the next part/s of this. Been waiting for some time now. :0
John Murdoch: @xjet part 2 coming anytime soon?
RcLlamadude: @xjet do you think i could make a pulse jet from threaded steel pipe and fittings? it would probably be too heavy to mount on a plane, but i was thinking of maybe putting it on a go cart. (wooden, normally gravity powered go cart)
madhazza023: when will vid 2 be up? really looking forward to it been waiting for about 3 months! =(
Building a pulsejet for an RC plane, part 1: the tools5
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