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« Reply #25 on: May 30, 2011, 12:12:28 AM »
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1. Now this time lets look what's underneath
2. And then the rear portion
3. And this is how that muffler fits in, and you attach the supplied T fitting to the muffler and the breather to go back in to pressure fitting on to the tank
3. Same as above but in diagrams

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And finally the instructions regarding the prop sizes. Refer to the one under VT 21 and the last one obscured by flash is 9x6

And if you are wondering the glow plug is fitted on the left side of the head unlike most you would see today. Another speciallity is that it does not have tappet valves but a cylindrical valve which rotates inside the head and open up the exhaust and induction port. Yes the RCV concept is not entirely new. Many features were taken from HP 

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Jai Hind CAPT, Salute
           I know how lucky we are to have you, on this forum.
And now this is what I call a real collection. And your study about them is also second to none.

I was just coming to know about some Ukrainian engines, and was curious to know more about them, and I know whom to ask.

Those are Zalp-k and Fora Engines from Ukraine.

And also got some infatuation for Cox and PAW engines.

Many Thanks for Posting this beautiful thread and pictures.

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Since we are already with Eurpean engines, lets move a little west to UK.
Here's a brace of them from UK. A pair of repro Mills .75 cc and 1.3cc diesels made by Irvine. Both are NIB
1. The box (it's one big box and these two little engines look lost in the that big box)
2. The indication on the box of the contents
3. As looked from right 
4. And left

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Mills continued
1. From rear
2. Full frontal
3. Top view
4. Supplied instructions

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And this is what is recommended as fuel mixture by the mfrs

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Moving back to glows and this time to far east shores.
Heres a NIB glow for control line. In case one wishes to make it RC it is just a matter of getting a RC carb and swapping the venturi. The engine is bushed and has no BB but being an ENYA means it would last and last and last...
1 The box
2. Mfrs details
3. Indication of the contents in the box
4. First peek inside the box    

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1. On removing the foam cover as packed in the box (again lot of literature accompanies the box and engine)
2. Engine as looked from right
3. The left view
4. Front view
These older style engine had the front crank housing bolted on to the main crank body. Now that's a very good thing if you have to run the engine in a pusher application, where the engine can be configured to run in clockwise direction and you can use a standrad propellor (no need for pusher props). 

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Capt... why are they NIB ? Are you just collecting them, as a hobby ?
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1. rear view. (Housing and provsion to tap the crankase for crank pressure is visible under the top portion of backplate)
2. Top
3. Muffler still in packing (No pressure tap is fitted rather a tap is supplied and there are two locations on the muffler where one would have to drill and tap if pressure fitting is required)
4. Needle and an allen key supplied

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Anwar, they are today NIB, tomorrow they would end up being used in a model. But in truth yes there are some which I may never run as they are too precious to run and ruin thier value!!! But again most have been picked up with a purpose to be put in on a model or many a times it is the other way where you pick up an engine and then search a plan to suit that engine
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And that Enya 30 is meant to go into a CL kit from Sharma models which I have been hoarding for some time now. And I am also sure that this engine would see service in more than a few airframes, what with the legendry longetivity of these engines? In fact it is said that an Enya has not even been fully run in till it has turned brown!!!
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Staying on with the Enya's,
But this time lets see a 4 stroke, a NIB ENYA 80 four stroke. The Enya 80 4T is actually a bored out version of original Enya 60 4T.

1. The box
2. As it comes in the box
3. Engine with supplied packs
4. Accessories supplied with the engine, has a full kit for valve adjustments, including go-no go gauges

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1. Side view from the other side
2. Rear view. If you think that the carb is an airbleed type, think again and do your research. I can bet you would be surprised
3 Front view
4. And finally the top view

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Staying on with the Brand Enya, how about something older?
So here's one, a 2 stroke Enya 60 III B (NIB now but meant to go inot a same vintage Dirty Birdi)
1. The box (take a look at the texture of the box outer)
2. On opening the box the engine comes well packed/prtoected in specially cut out foam
3. The literature/instructions and see how even the cardboard support is appropriately cut and placed in the box. Pity we do not see such packing these days
 

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Around the engine

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1.With the muffler strapped on
2. This is how the strap works
3. Check out the attachment at the exhaust end (the last portion can be removed if desired and it helps thread a metal exhaust deflector)
4. Now what is that?Huh?? Any one willing to hazard a guess?? Grin

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While you think of an answer, lets move a bit to the Asian continent. And take a look at Russian beauties.
I meant engines not the other kind Giggle
So here's a pair of Norvel 40 Glow both NIB and meant to power a PICA Duellist when someday the kit finally gets built. One of the engine looks bit soiled as the engine has been fed with castor while hand breaking in the cylinder piston fit as per mfrs recommendation.

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That is NOT a collection. A mini museum would, perhaps, be a better description!

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Sushil, not exactly, wish I had some rare ones which I covet, but most of them are beyond my reach. Just couple of days back was trying to acquire a NIB British Taplin Twin which was up for sale and had to forget it as the engine finally went up to be sold around 400 odd pound sterlings
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Yes. 400 pounds would be a HEAVY price to pay!

And museums do not have everything possible.
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Lets take a trip around the Norvel 40

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Complete engine, some instructions, specifications and an odd thing. First time I ever noticed that the tank level is recommended below the carb. The engine is sure to have a strong suction

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From the exotic to mundane. Here are a couple of shots of 2x OS 46 FX. One is NIB the other on second set of cylinder piston (borrowed from and ASP 46 Giggle). And a third 46 FX (NIB) is in the pipeline.

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