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Old Oct 06, 2012, 08:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Bare View Post
Best of my knowledge Norvel or AME engines were Never fitted with ball bearings in the 1/2 a sizes at least. Early motors with the bathtub venturi (as in photo above) Only ran on bladder pressure. Wayyy too big a hole for suction fuel draw. Have No idea what it's doing on the quickstart plastic fuel tank.. it won't work :-)
Bare, I bought that AME engine some time back, sometime in the 1990's. It was on sale, don't recall the details; may have been a sale with Sig Mfg. It is basically an engine I had no use for, being a sport flyer. How it gained the Norvel CL tank is simple. The Norvel tank uses the same bolt pattern as the Cox reed valves with integral tank. I used it as a filler engine for display on aircraft without a half-A engine.
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