Great job on the cleanup. Would you care to share some of your secrets?
The muffler Supertiger G-21 46 showed up today. The before and after clean up pictures are below. Externally it showed a lot of use but the piston looks almost new and the bearings feel good. Hard to tell though until it is run. Three head fins were slightly bent but that was an easy fix.
I had to cut two of the mounting bolts off by cutting into the side of the mount and cutting them off.
To be continued…
My first 40-size engine was a G21/46, circa 1973. That was a great engine and pulled my Andrews A-Ray just fine.
After many years of running Super Tigre engines, I found that they performed best when the fuel outlet was aligned STRAIGHT DOWN the throat of the carb. Looking at the pictures, it appears the your new engine may have the fuel inlet mis-aligned. You might want to check it.