The flywheel (400 g) makes sinuos the motion of the engine, who it run at a maximum speed
of 400rpm (gear ratio 3:1). The engine work from 1.5 Bar up to 3 Bar.The steer is made with a
4x4 turntable with a chain link to the steer wheel in the cab.
See on my brickshefl gallery my steam traction engine in action!
Thanks for the review, I've looked at your website and must congratulate you on your realistic models! You have a very complicated drive-train on the Burrel, quite impressive! Did the real Burrel actually have a differential? --- You have to try harder at your photography, it will make viewing of your models more pleasurable for everyone, and lead to higher ratings, too! I tried your videos but unfortunately I only heard the sounds, no actual footage :-( It is a shame that you must use non-lego flywheels and compressors to power the engine, but this should not be held against you because it is not due to any lacking in your engineering skill, it is rather a fault on Lego's part, I think. --- Your Ruston Pneumatic traction engine needs better pictures, it isn't possible to make out anything other than the vague outline! --- Overall, a brilliant MOC let down by some poor photography. Happy building, email me if I can help with the photography!