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Post  ian1954 Mon Aug 26, 2019 7:23 pm

A while ago, I posted details of the AM10 and Surfer_Kris replied with this picture

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Again, more variations. These are the later builds and one of these has a glow head. As Surfer_Kris mentioned the glow version is not a very good runner. I have seen this before with quite a few diesel to glow conversions where just the head has been swapped. The venturi on a diesel is often a tad smaller than a glows requirements.

I was also puzzled because, at the time, I had the later AM15 with the RC venturi but as the heads were no longer coloured - I wondered how you tell the AM10 and 15 apart,

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It is obvious if you have the 15

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The silencer is a little restrictive and the 15 runs quite hot with perfomance diesel fuel.
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Post  Sunbird Mon Aug 26, 2019 10:26 pm

Brings back memories. In 1958 I purchased my first "Diesel" engine, a Frog 150. Two years later an AM 15 with a blue head which seemed a better engine than the Frog. Later, I had a Sabre 2.5cc which was the fore runner of Australian "Taipan" engines. Memories!!! All those are gone now replaced with about 30 COX engines!
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