Powering up

Staying with the GR3 assembly begins on the main construction unique to this model, the Pegasus engine.

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Firstly the linkages for the swivelling nozzles

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This will allow the nozzles to move in synchronicity

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once laid out in the main chamber

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The two halves are glued together.

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Then the accessories are built up

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This control box

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Then this part

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Mount atop the accessory pack

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as is what I presume is a breather of sorts

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and some more valves

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some piping

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Presumably in two parts for moulding reasons

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Finally the outlets are capped to allow fitting of the nozzles when the time comes.

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