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April 16, 2007

Phil Duclos Hula Hula Engine

at 9:54 am. Filed under Insane Equipment


The Hula Hula engine starts quite slow and looks like it would vibrate tremendously however as it picks up speed it looks like everything balances out. First thing to do after running this engine would be to make sure you still have all of your fingers.

“This is a steam type engine running on compressed air.It self starts itself.This was named by the hula style action as it runs. This is a Phil Duclos design.”


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14 Responses to “Phil Duclos Hula Hula Engine”

  1. slippy Says:

    Just wanted to say I love this site….thanks for the link!

  2. gideon Says:


    for sale on ebay 🙂

  3. liesofxiii Says:

    Gotta be one of the coolest things ive seen in a while, oh and thanks for the ebay link too 😛

  4. Kevin Says:

    cool I want to see it in a piratical application now.

  5. Hexypoo Says:

    yah, what is the purpose of this, what can it be used for?

  6. Alan Parekh Says:

    Thanks Slippy 🙂

    Nice Ebay link!

  7. Paul Says:

    this thinks cool 🙂

  8. skazz Says:

    That is beautiful.

  9. mr bob Says:

    NOT for sale on ebay. What was on sale is the book with the instructions on how to build one.
    “This is just one of the 29 projects included in the book.”

  10. Clark Hummell Says:

    Also, don’t forget the Barbie-sized hoola-hoop!

  11. Chia Says:

    Ya know, it work off the same common crankshaft that most rotary airplane engines use.
    I even remember seeing a woodworking project to show the same motion.
    still cool though.

  12. Rick Says:

    I would like to buy the instructional book on how to build one…hula hula engine.
    Anyone have a site??

  13. good lord Says:

    what a complete waste of time…this has no practical application, is extremely inefficient, and has so many failure modes would be extremely unreliable…

  14. Steve Stamper Says:

    I have a gentleman who wants to get specific data on the hula hula engine and would like to talkt to Philip Duclose. Does anyone know his number or how to contact him?

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