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Aug 18, 2011, 01:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Reginald
I was wondering what the strange emblem on the side stands for ?
"Dynamic" was his brand name. It's a D with what looks like a lightning bolt through it.

Greg
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Aug 18, 2011, 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by ZEROSKIN76
here it is, like i was told and checked it looks like a paw .09 ct conveted to rc and with muffler added
I think it is a paw .09 mark I. Post the weight without the prop and I will weigh one of mine.

Well just took a minute and weighed two examples. One hundred and sixty four grams with muffler and propellor. Master airscrew prop. Probably 8-4.

One hundred and thirty eight grams without prop and muffler for the second example. My understanding is the mark twos have more power.
Aug 18, 2011, 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by gkamysz
"Dynamic" was his brand name. It's a D with what looks like a lightning bolt through it.

Greg
Yes I can more clearly see the D now, thanks for the info Greg
Aug 18, 2011, 04:48 PM
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nice diesels


Apilgrim, Your “crossbreed diesel” looks interesting. What size prop and rpm?
The ED marine might be great for parts if you can find an AC version. Having an extra crank, cylinder, piston means you’ll probably never wear it out.

Reginald, We all like “Bambi and his family” !
All very nice diesels. Maybe when time permits, several photos of each diesel, each by itself. That Rustler looks perfect., and the Gordon Cornell.09 appears to be a beautiful little diesel. Great find.

Twin-Stack, that racing 1.5 Special by Tony Eifflaender. Looks really interesting. Any specs on performance? And of course, more pictures would be great.

ZEROSKIN76, looks can be very deceiving, but I sure hope that the inside of that PAW .09 looks better than the outside. And what’s with the spring on the compression screw? Looks like the top of the cylinder is chewed up. And the crushed cooling fins…..a little veteran that’s had a very hard life.

Thanks every one; all great pictures, keep them coming.
John
Aug 18, 2011, 09:17 PM
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The 09 PAW


I am sure I saw the beat up PAW listed for sale
Aug 18, 2011, 10:05 PM
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"Crossbreed engine"


Prop = 10/6 RPM = 6,500; have not tweaked it though, quite big prop for a 2.46? Home brew fuel. I named the engine Jenyin.
The ED racer is in very good condition, didnt reflect in the photo. I am more of an aircraft type guy, probably will sell
Aug 18, 2011, 11:36 PM
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My mentor had a ED 246 Marine. He didn't do boats, so he built a radiator and water pump for it, then installed it in a parasol model with the rad between the wing and the fuse. It worked JUST fine; the model itself was not startling, but it was quite a challenge. Soldering all those tubes (I think there were 12, maybe more) into the tanks was enough to challenge anyone!
Aug 19, 2011, 07:13 AM
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Barbini


Another of my small diesels, lovely little engine. Anyone has experience with it?
Aug 19, 2011, 07:17 AM
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Mills


Two size-reduced Mills diesels; I think the smallest one was another Dave Banks, I put in a Cox 0,010 for size comparision.
Aug 19, 2011, 07:24 AM
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Mills Twin


A home-built Mills Twin, I took it apart, not peticularly well engineered, the builder did have some problems with the thread put on the joining piece, I often do have problems with British diesels and the sometimes brittle thread is often damaged causing great difficulty screwing that backplate back on. I can sort of make all kinds of threading on my Myford but I have never figuered out
those used on them diesels.
Aug 19, 2011, 07:31 AM
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Zapletal


Built in 1996 this tiny Zapletal GTZ O,12
Aug 19, 2011, 07:38 AM
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Reginald,
The Barbini B38 looks to be an early version as it has a straight across spraybar, later batch's had the spraybar angled to put the needle valve away from the prop. They were produced from around 1953 to 1985, my 2 later models do not have any anodiseing.
Although designed in the 50's they are quite powerfull and very useable.
Stewart
Aug 19, 2011, 02:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Reginald
I thought the Rustler was copied on the Bambi, to tell the truth I should have to look up information on the engine. I think the, what I call, Dave Banks copy was made by VA in St Petersburg. I did buy the engine directly from Dave at a Watford swapmeet. I did run the engine at that time (and always take notes afterwards) Used 5x2 Graupner and 4 1/2x2 Cox props and found the Cox the best. Very sensitive needlevalve. Engine needed further running-in. I cannot wait for the original. I have had quite a few over the years and all of those were s**ers, even made a crankshaft for one. This one seems to have good compression. It must have been a frustrating little beast in its days. So who made the Rustler ?
A 'Tadpole' is a baby frog........here's a pic showing the resemblance between the 'Tadpole' and the Frog 50 MkI
(sorry, the Frog is a bit scruffy, but it will eventually be sorted out...)

...also shown, a few measures, in case you'd like to compare...

The Frog 50 is indeed a very small 0,5 cc (.03)

Last edited by Gluehand; Aug 19, 2011 at 03:51 PM.
Aug 19, 2011, 02:49 PM
Vinatge models!
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Originally Posted by Reginald
A home-built Mills Twin, I took it apart, not peticularly well engineered, the builder did have some problems with the thread put on the joining piece, I often do have problems with British diesels and the sometimes brittle thread is often damaged causing great difficulty screwing that backplate back on. I can sort of make all kinds of threading on my Myford but I have never figuered out
those used on them diesels.
That one looks great. Is it really home-built?
Aug 19, 2011, 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted by JohnAV8R
ZEROSKIN76, looks can be very deceiving, but I sure hope that the inside of that PAW .09 looks better than the outside. And what’s with the spring on the compression screw? Looks like the top of the cylinder is chewed up. And the crushed cooling fins…..a little veteran that’s had a very hard life.

John

yup some people aint as nice to there engines as i and yourselves are

the inside was disgusting till i heated it with 1800 watt heat gun and opened her up

also when i posted i had no idea of value and posted high just in case (was kinda hoping to hear from someone on what is was

yesterday i finaly opened the pdf paw pricelist and have decided 35 shipped was more fair for it

the inside was not cleaned just flushed enough to inspect for damage that would cause failure

the cylinder head has a screw on it and i wondered if one of you diesel guys can explain why that is to me

i like nitro myself and more lipo as of late than that even


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