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Hit and Miss "Little York" Engine (page 1)
Machining the block casting with a SX2 mill.
Boring the block with a home made boring bar  for the cylinder sleeve.
Crank Assembly
The tricky bit.  Machining and setting the timing of the two cam shafts.
Hit and Miss Engines - An early Flywheel internal combustion engine with it's speed governed by counter weights as opposed to a throttle.  This page attempts to document the challenge of making the "Little York" working model engine using a SX2 Mill & Myford M7 Lathe.
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The many machined pieces that go into this small engine
The Head and both valves removed.