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Post  getback Wed May 13, 2020 8:34 am

That's just Cool !! Those are some nice engines and a .15 is alittle harder to find that the .049 Glad you got to run it and will bee watching for the flight !! This Site Rocks! Way to go on Gifting Mark Thumbs Up
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Post  balogh Wed May 13, 2020 1:15 pm

Thanks Eric this is a very enjoyable castor slinger..the last time I ran a .15 size i.e. 2.5ccm engine was back in 1973..4..that was a diesel Zeiss, an East German water cooled model engine..a very nicely made one..but the COX is a COX.. Very Happy


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Post  batjac Thu May 14, 2020 1:00 am

Glad that it finally made it to you.  I had pretty much given up any hope of it ever reaching you.  I figured it must have gotten "lost" somewhere along the way.  I can't wait to see it in flight. It should also be good for bragging rights, as I don't imagine there are a lot of that type of Cox Medallion floating around Budapest...

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Post  balogh Thu May 14, 2020 1:09 am

Thanks Mark again! Yes there are not too many .15 RC Medallions not just in Budapest but in the entire country either...and with my cylinder index of 70+ I probably own the greater part of the COX engine population in Hungary. Not too many people to brag about it to though..I am a lone COX addict and IC engine flyer in my area... still do not feel alone I Love This Forum!
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Post  balogh Thu May 14, 2020 1:21 am

@fredvon4 wrote:Yo born again.....here is a slap forehead dooh! for you.......layers of any tape over the cell microphone to mute he loud engine....sez I in Homer Simpson eating a donut voice.....grin

Wow this is a savior idea Fred..just wonder how it did not occur to me..in fact I use my phone to tach the engine that relies on the mike...but next time I will put a tape on it to make a vid..thanks for the forehead slapper.. Very Happy
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