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    I have a complete system with charger with baby...

    I have a complete system with charger with baby and standard actuator. The stick assembly is fine but it needs a new tension spring which isn't much of an issue. Anyone interested in it for a...
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    I still have one used Davis Diesel head for the...

    I still have one used Davis Diesel head for the Fox 15BB. I don't run diesels anymore, tragically.

    Dennis
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    old kits

    The typical Sterling kit is a brick. But even so on the challenged models you need to observe some specific rules. The P-38 is a twin with the wing area of a good modern 1/2A . Forget any 15 unless...
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    There was a conversion for the ST300 a few years...

    There was a conversion for the ST300 a few years ago. Basically it was a nylon base plate made to accommodate a walbro carb with the pressure source built into the base. I believe it was from CHS in...
  5. Thread: Club Enya

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    Your correct the 19X is indeed iron/steel...

    Your correct the 19X is indeed iron/steel construction.
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    I figured it was an early one due to the head...

    I figured it was an early one due to the head sealing setup and it's crankshaft is not bronze bushed. It's been dormant for a long time. It will be cared for much better now. 25% oil worked well....
  7. Thread: Club Enya

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    enya 19X

    I'm just curious to know if any of the contributors to this topic have ever used the Enya 19X. Granted many of us used the 40/45/49/50/60 X engines but the little one seems to have been completely...
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    That's an early sportster 20. It has the silicon...

    That's an early sportster 20. It has the silicon rubber gasket. K&B eliminated them fairly fast and like the 28 it is a precision machined head and case fit like many of the older Enya engines.
    As...
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    Hard to find parts for the Irvines. 36 heli...

    Hard to find parts for the Irvines. 36 heli engines show up on the bay often but not too many aero engines. That means that you have to find a friend that has a mill to turn down your heli head. That...
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    a 'free' sweetener. definitely, How else can...

    a 'free' sweetener.

    definitely, How else can Australia get flooded with the little buggers. LOL

    Dennis
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    I currently have a NIB TT61 on the RCU for sale...

    I currently have a NIB TT61 on the RCU for sale in the 2 cycle section.

    Dennis
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    OS10 for control line

    These 2 Jr Ringmasters have been shown a few times before both are powered with an OS10 FP. They are capable of flying the pattern loosely and can use up to 55 feet of 012 lines. They are not new,...
  13. Thread: Mystery Engine

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    Silver Swallow diesels

    They are fairly common and were believed to reproduce on their own if left in a drawer undisturbed. Found these hiding in the bottom of one of the drawers.
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    If you buy them and look through them you will...

    If you buy them and look through them you will yearn for the days when they sold something that you actually wanted to buy.

    Dennis
  15. 20351562035157The Webra 12 that I have is a...

    20351562035157The Webra 12 that I have is a jewel. Rear exhaust and ball bearing and pricey at $129.95 when I bought it. The muffler was extra as it did not come with the engine. Power was there and...
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    They are rare and not usually seen. That also...

    They are rare and not usually seen. That also precludes you getting parts for it if you decide to use it. Nice for the shelf though as they were made in the early days of 4 cycles and are not...
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    While Hobbsy may have the last head that Bob made...

    While Hobbsy may have the last head that Bob made there are a lot of them in the pipeline. Here are a few that I have. The bad news is that I haven't flown a diesel in years and am unlikely to do so...
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    As Paul has said correctly only the basic rust...

    As Paul has said correctly only the basic rust covering paints are fuel proof. All of the specialty paints and the gloss clear are not. You can also use exorust paints in the basic colors from ACE as...
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    Rustoleum in fuel proof. I've used it as a finish...

    Rustoleum in fuel proof. I've used it as a finish for years. The models still look good. Like all paint finishes it pays to keep them clean and also to apply a coat of wax fairly often. I know that...
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    . The 18 doesn't show up very often, the...

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    The 18 doesn't show up very often, the larger ones are common and cheap on the bay or other sites like RCU.
    The crankcase stock number is 01800060. This is taken directly from the instructions...
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    Years ago like the 50's we used clear plastic...

    Years ago like the 50's we used clear plastic tubing, Pretty much the same as you use in aquariums now. Like Hobbsy said plastic gets hard and stiff with glow fuel and it also forms around the fuel...
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    Yes that was said many times by Fox, however...

    Yes that was said many times by Fox, however quality control was really not their greatest selling asset and run in really was a necessity for iron/steel piston/liner sets. Run in was whatever it...
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    Running miniature engines is a hobby in and of...

    Running miniature engines is a hobby in and of itself. If you enjoy burning gallons of fuel on a test stand, GREAT!

    Those fast break-in engines always get bashed because they work (actually fly...
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    I've had a few of them back when they were...

    I've had a few of them back when they were available and still have a pair of 18's NIB. That said it is correctly pointed out that unlike OS engines which are fit up loose to minimize break in and...
  25. Do not use steel wool on an engine EVER. Use one...

    Do not use steel wool on an engine EVER. Use one of the Scotch brand green scrub pads and you wont run the risk of scratching you liner. Or the worst is that you leave some of the small bits that...
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