Eat your hearts out Harley owners

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  1. TheTwoOfUs

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    Allen Millyard, everyone's favorite Dr. Enginestein, has done it again, this time taking two cylinders from a Pratt and Whitney 1340 radial and making himself a 5 liter V-Twin, the "Flying Millyard."
    Everything is hand made, including the crankshaft and connecting rods, then, in what seems to be the new popular skill among high level engine builders, he created some wooden patterns and cast an aluminum crankcase for the beast.
     
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    Crickey! That really is a large throbbing between your legs!
     
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    :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:

    Right on there, Mr Harris. (y)
     
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    Boring paint job :doh:
     
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    :eek:Yes but look at the chain!!! My 50cc Velosolex had a stronger one and you only pedalled that to get it moving !!
     
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    Probably a bit too reliable for your average h o g member.... Lol
    Steve.
     
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