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    cox glow head

    Does anyone know if a Cox glow head will fit an AP Wasp .061 engine?

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    RE: cox glow head

    Yes-but the fit is fairly tight. No idea how they run with with a Cox head fitted................

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    RE: cox glow head

    If you're using a COX head, or any head for that matter on the AP, replace the OEM Wasp gasket with a copper gasket. The AP gasket is too hard and too malformed to seal well at all.
    the "other" andrew
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    RE: cox glow head

    I have heard the Merlin Adapter works well on the Wasp. Which heat range and # of shims not sure of though.
    Real Airplanes have Round Engines and Two Wings.

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    RE: cox glow head

    Thanks to all. Joe


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