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Posted by Godsey | Jul 17, 2012 @ 09:49 AM | 4,145 Views
Next up is the Cox RR 1. This one is a later model. The early ones had silver crankcases instead of yellow. The previous owner scarred up the tank pretty good. This engine is a real screamer. It utilizes a rotary disc connected the crankshaft. Starts very easily and has a deeper sound.

I have had to reduce the quality of the photos. I have limited internet use and it sucks it up rather quickly.
Posted by Godsey | Jul 17, 2012 @ 09:40 AM | 3,595 Views
Well, I figure I should at least post something in here. So I will display some of my engines. The first is a Cox Space Hopper. This thing runs amazing. Very smooth. Lots of power. It utilizes a reed in the back. I am not sure what the porting is. I checked through the exhaust port and it appears to have two bypass ports. Cannot tell if it has booster ports.

Here is the manual. Courtesy of MH Aerotools: http://www.mh-aerotools.de/airfoils/...structions.pdf

And here is the engine