200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

grob
Here is a cast iron burner on CF. (413B)
[413b_2s-97318234] 
Here is a cast iron burner on drugs (propane). (3H)
[cole_3h_props-19160198] 
Get the picture? Gar

PS: Really roars and gotta make sure it doesn't melt anything!
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gwillmot
What was the pressure of each fuel you were passing through the burner?
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smallenginelover
Propane vapor pressure is 60psi, there could be a regulator on it but likely not. 😉 
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Gunhippie
Propane vapor pressure is 60psi, there could be a regulator on it but likely not. 😉 


Propane pressure is highly dependant on temperature.

At -44F, it's essentially 0 psi. At 100F, it's about 175 psi. http://virtualmark.net/wx/pressure.htm

My unregulated propane adapter does pretty much the same thing on my 426. Fairly impressive!
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grob
- The 413B photo is not mine, so don't know. My 3H runs a larger flame than that on CF, but nothing like on propane. I'll run about 60 pumps on CF.
- The 3H photo is mine and using a propane adapter. I've used it to heat large pots of water to get a hot tub going for a party and melt lead for bullets. No regulator. I have 2 of them and one runs much better than the other. The lesser one still runs good, but it did spend a few decades outside. Used it on a 426A 25 years ago. Have to try that again.
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