Quite a lot of good info. A ride on the nostalgia engine wagon.
We found an old sales brochure from 53 years ago. Very cool to see what state of the art was in 1969, we have come a long way!
This information is the research in 1978 that was done to establish the method to test a knock meter. Up till this point it was a no test practice for this equipment. When StanCo Scientific developed the SSD7120 it was based on this original report. Follow it if you wish to build your own.
The verification of Knock and Detonation meters has been a topic for some time for octane engines. How does one truly know if the detonation meter or the knock meter are working correctly? Is the spread linear on the knock meter dial? It is possible that the meter on the engine isn’t linear and falls […]
This is the prototype to the later 501 and 501A. This meter would replace the bouncing pin system which at the time was the standard. This was first published 75 years ago. The research started with the MIT Sperry Knock-0-meter. in 1944.
Quoted from an Email from Mark Mallet Oct 4,2021 “Below are a couple of pictures of some MAL-ADJUSTED Valve Adjusting Screws.It appears to me that the “PUSH RODS” and Valve Adjusting Screws need to be adjusted for the geometry of Valve carriage to be correct. With a digital counter reading of 722 showing in BOTH […]
The folks at StanCo Scientific Inc are trying to establish a directory of past regional group meetings minutes and reports regarding the Octane Engine. We want to create an archive that can be shared with others in the community preserving the legacy and not let it slip into obscurity. A lot of our older operators […]Next Page »