Too bad his machine is rusting away up in Montana.I hope Albert is ok. I was thinking about him the other day and wondering. I don't think most of you realize how hurt he was by all that happened. He gave it his all. It just didn't turn out well for him.
The machine that he built looked quite amazing and if he had some real money behind him, it could have been quite an industry storm trooper.
I knew Albert on a personal level and he had a big heart. One day when he was visiting, he said to me, " Alex, you know what impresses me most about you? It's not your accomplishments with your art, music , business, cars, houses or the pretty women that you always seem to have around you. What I really admire is how devoted and loving you are to your two kids, Johnny and Deron. I don't think there is a better Dad than you.". It was likely the nicest thing anybody ever said to me.
That's the Albert that I know and I pray for him that he is ok.
You should try to buy the machine from Will and make a bunch of videosI would add my air flow regulator system to it. 4 front vacs (5.7, 100 cfms / 95 lift, 9 amps) and 2 backend vacs (8.4, 145 cfms, 145 lift, 14 amps), and I would pull 400 CFMs and 220 vacuum pressure or more depending on the vacs I installed, also depending on how much power I wanted to use.
I think I would add 4 relief valves, one per front vac motor. This would help air flow and to keep the exhaust noise quitter.