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Cox Medallion .049 With Sliding Throttle

Post  NEW222 on Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:38 pm

I just came into posession today of a Medallion with sliding throttle. I originally planned on removing it for control line and putting it back on for RC. Anyways, I was given a link to a spraybar, however the international shipping was quite high for the little spraybar. So for the meantime, I guess I will just use it with the muffler. Is it like a big engine? Would it be alright to 'wire' it to full throttle and run it as is? Or is there something else I should do? Thank you.
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