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Need A COX .051 W/ throttle

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Old 03-09-2014, 04:29 PM
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I have a Cox .051 r/c motor with throttle and muffler. It is quite the screamer. I've used it on airplanes designed for .09 motors and it pulls them quite handily!! I would like another one for use on a twin. Even some parts would be appreciated as if I can find enough of them I could put together another one. Somebody out there has to have some of the stuff for one of these motors. I would love to hear from anybody who has parts, etc.!!
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Was it a Hiscott?... try Ebay, definitely going to be a hard one to come by... I had a T/D 051 with a rotating throttle collar on the exhaust ports, worked a treat until the collar and cylinder head wore; too much leakage and wouldn't produce enough back pressure to throttle down... the carb / muffler combo is the way to go... I just luv'd my 1/2A days.

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http://www.mh-aerotools.de/airfoils/cox_3rdparty.htm

http://www.mh-aerotools.de/airfoils/...e%20Dee%20.051

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cox-049-05-0...-/271033533403

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The Cox Cat #201 Tee Dee 05 RC was actually an 051 and came out Nov 1994. These have a special cylinder which has the same porting as the Tee Dee 051 but "no" SPI (Only 2000 were made)
You definitely need the Tee Dee 05 05 RC with-out sub piston induction !!




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