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Post  rsv1cox Sun Aug 18, 2019 12:04 pm

Not the Cox, but the Enya.  I had placed a tag on it that simply stated "Brace", I couldn't make the connection until I went looking.  The solder on the needle is the clincher.

https://www.coxengineforum.com/t12878-brace-yourselves

So now ya know.

Bob

Oh yes, It did lead me to this unidentified engine, the other engine in the thread. I always logged my purchases but when my computer crashed taking my engine inventory with it I lost count and incentive.

Ha tico............. I found your engine. P2040010
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Post  ticomareado Sun Aug 18, 2019 6:37 pm

Thanks for the background!! How did the Golden Bee work out?
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Post  rsv1cox Mon Aug 19, 2019 6:44 am

@ticomareado wrote:Thanks for the background!!  How did the Golden Bee work out?

It cleaned up well, and I could save all the original parts. (maybe not the donut venture gasket which I usually replace) Nasty on the outside but the interior wasn't bad. Notice the position of the fuel pickup tube.

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Ha tico............. I found your engine. P7090012

Ever since the blocked needle valve adventure I ensure the hole is clear by passing a fine wire down it until it's visible. Probably not necessary with an A/F boil, but anodized, this one just got a Simple Green cleaning.

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