Discussion on Stirling or "hot air" engines (all types)
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These things really do work. I just wanted to post this so folks out there thinking they can't get it going will keep trying. I worried with this thing for 3 weeks straight, got some advice, left it alone for about a week and tonight, I am proud to say, got it going. I am not breaking any rpm records (50-75 rpm), but it does work. And it can be tweaked for higher performance. You gotta realize, you are taking metal cans and making an engine. Pretty cool. Thanks for everybodys help.