Nope. Take that IMP mechanism, hold it by the tailbeam, and with your other hand, hold your nose.
Then drop the entire mechanism in the recycling bin, put the lid on, release your nose and walk carefully away. Hopefully no cooties remain on your fingers.
Then find a Lobaugh mechanism, a Pittman 8000- series motor, and some Toyota #0 hose. Mount the motor low on the tailbeam with aircraft safety wire, then marry the boiler. Easy. Count on me if you need mechanical help.
If you have to buy an entire Lobaugh junker, I will do it for you in exchange for shipping and leftover parts.
The only good thing about the IMP Pacific is the sand dome. The rest is pure junk.