Here is a video link: View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTv7dfs_Mlc I was one of three guys who restored a V-1 Pulsejet and we spent a year and a half just learning to run it. In 2009 we pushed my pickup down the Chino runway during the airshow with it and it was recorded b y the media. Hope you enjoy it. The cowling around the pulsejet front end is our own design, but the rest is restored and the ONLY reason we could restore this is becuase this unit was mnounted on a test stand with all the stuff still attached. I have pic of it as we found it and it is BAD. We had to restore it all, and we had to machine a mold and make a rubber diaphragm to run the fuel metering unit ... that one took about a year and 20+ failures. Then we had to learn to run it on our own (no books or manuals). We still havve it and can run it when the museum allows us to. It is really interesting at night. The whole tube glows red!