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« Reply #100 on: January 02, 2012, 09:48:56 PM »
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It didn't fortunately

New Kid in the block NGH 9CC (http://www.rcdhamaka.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=58_61&products_id=888). 9 CC Gas with home brew Carb

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« Reply #101 on: January 02, 2012, 09:55:07 PM »
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Congrats augustine sir..
I have seen your curiosity regarding this lightweight gasser..

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looks like the carb is a Chinese home brew (the same home where the engine was made) than an Indian home brew
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« Reply #103 on: January 02, 2012, 10:34:17 PM »
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what i meant was, it doesn't have Walbro, unlike JBA engines (the engineer and the major stake holder of NGH engines is a breakaway from M/S JBA, so i am told). she is going on the test bed on saturday. will give a report
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« Reply #104 on: January 05, 2012, 11:47:43 PM »
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New year and time to update the thread
This time two of a kind, but in different capacities
First off, a RCV 91 CD, and then a 58 CD. The 58 CD was procured direct from RCV before Weston UK became distributors for RCV. The 91 was picked from our very respected member Susheel/Novaudio.
Both examples are NIB.
So to start with pictures of 91. The files are captioned appropriately hence think no explanations would be required. If you need to ask questions shoot
 

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Next set

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And the next and last set for 91 CD continued.
The muffler is common for both the engines with there being no difference in size

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Up next is the RCV 58 CD
Outwardly both the engines are same except for size difference

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The next set

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And the last one, showing exploded view of the engine

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I wonder how many engines you have...  Bow Bow Bow
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Not many Abhay, just a couple more
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Manish!
that is modesty !! couple more !! i like that, JBA 50 CC, NGH 17 CC also coming on to the list
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Some had earlier asked for it. So dove down to bottom of the storage to fish out this box. Any way it was time to re-lube the beast. BTW I am now only using 2T oil to lube/re-lube all my engines either during storage or as after run oil. For storage I also plug all the orifices (on the engine Giggle) with a tissue piece soaked in oil this not only prevents ingress of moisture but also ensures that when you pull these out any debris are pulled out and do not fall in the engine.

Any way here is an Austrian HP 120 inline twin glow NIB
   

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Some more

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And the supplied muffler. How on earth was some one supposed to fit these to the twin remains a secret known only to HP Engineers. Or could it be that though they decided to join to 60's to make a twin but forgot to make a muffler for the twin. The mufflers were probably included in the box as an after thought.   

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And if some one wants to see the Russian engine posted at # 60 run (not by me) and many other lovely engines, check this
 
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And the supplied muffler. How on earth was some one supposed to fit these to the twin ..


One facing forward and one back i guess, ROFL
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this engine, couple of days back saw it on the fleabay, almost picked it up
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Gusty if you decide to pick up one be sure to pick up the original Austrian make not the MECOA made. The original command a better value too
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Time for one more Webra Hats Off
A two stroke 120 size pumped. Bought this used (hardly broken in) and has been lying in storage well preserved in pickling oils

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Unless I buy any more I think this is the last Webra I am putting up here.

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And lastly a pitts muffler for the engine

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Gusty if you decide to pick up one be sure to pick up the original Austrian make not the MECOA made. The original command a better value too
noted Manish thanks

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Now this time it is some real vintage glow, and not one but two of them.
This time there's a pair of Gilbert, new and unused, but no box.
A bit of history about the engine from the current seller
Genuine AC Gilbert American Flyer .11 Thunderhead model airplane engine.  Manufactured in the early 60's for the AC Gilbert company, these engines are all NEW OLD STOCK, not reproductions, or used.  They were acquired from a hobby distribution warehouse that bought out the remaining inventory from the Gilbert company during their troubled last years, but they stopped selling them because the sat so long, the lubricant used in their manufacture got hard, and the labor to take apart and clean was more than the engines were worth, so they remained there until we rescued them.  All motors have been torn apart, cleaned, lubricated and reassembled by us, and should make a fine running engine for anyone wanting an inexpensive yet powerful glow engine, or collectors of Gilbert stuff have been buying them for years from us to display in their showrooms.  Comes with all the parts show in the picture,  except the original unsealed Gilbert hanging card with instructions on back.  I am now sold out on these cards, but all buyers will receive an JPEG scan that they can print for themselves, the Thunderhead .11 engine, original Gilbert fuel tank and hose, extra glowhead, universal glowhead wrench for both size motors, mufflers and screws (one short and one long as originally supplied by Gilbert to allow engine offset for control line operation), a spool of original control line thread, mounting screws, and one of the original Gilbert 7-3 pitch propellors.  PLEASE NOTE, the propellor is supplied for collector display use only, for safety reasons, buyers are required to purchase a new 7-3 or 7-4 propellor if they intend to use the engine.  As always, SAFETY FIRST!!!!! 
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The engine comes with loads of literature, presumably the manufacturers used to offer the engines with their own brand of C/L models and thus included lot of instructions on C/L

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