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Post  Cox International Fri Jan 15, 2021 5:11 pm

Any help re make / model /size would be appreciated Smile

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Post  ffkiwi Fri Jan 15, 2021 6:14 pm

OK here goes: #1 Jim Walker 'Firecracker' .065*
                     #2 Royal Spitfire -also .065
                     #3 Norvel AME/Big Mig 049 or 061 (should have '0.8' or '1.0' written on the side in black ink to distinguish which size version)**
                     #4 G-Mark .061
                     #5 G-Mark 'humming Bird .03
                     #6 K&B Aurora Fury 049
                     #7 Gilbert .07
                     #8 Ohlson&Rice 'Midjet' 049

* essentially a badge engineered derivative of #2
** you can distinguish between the AME and Big Mig variants by removing the head and looking at the transfer ports-the AME use three large transfers, the Big Mig uses three sets of paired holes of smaller overall area.

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Post  Ken Cook Fri Jan 15, 2021 6:17 pm

1. Jim Walker Firecracker, it came with a hand held bulb and a long thin tube which connected to that throttle flapper for throttle control.


       Engine to the right of it assuming it's #3    

Early Norvel, if it's marked 1.0 in ink it's a .061. if .08 it's a .049. It could be a Big Mig which has 5 internal cutouts on the cylinder liner ( Visible with plug removed) or 3 ports indicating a AME which is a higher performance, somewhat like Medallion vs TD. Big Mig and AME versions were available in both displacements.

2. Royal Anderson Spitfire .065 displacement


4. I believe it's a G-mark .061.     .061 is casted onto the bypass on the opposing side that you show.

5       G-Mark .030          Engine with no number to the right is a Gilbert .07

6 K&B Allyn Sky Fury       Engine with no number to the right is a O&R mite .049
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Post  crankbndr Fri Jan 15, 2021 6:48 pm

Hey you guys are good I want the one with the bear on it
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Post  Ken Cook Fri Jan 15, 2021 7:41 pm

That's funny, when I first posted my take on the engines, I didn't even see Chris's post. Pretty darn funny actually
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Post  944_Jim Fri Jan 15, 2021 9:47 pm

Well. I feel like an idiot...I see no bear! What am I missing?
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Post  Cox International Mon Jan 18, 2021 3:05 pm

Thanks everyone and that was helpful Hand Shake

The Norvel is an AME .061

For the Fury, is it "Allyn" or "Aurora"?

For the O & R, is it "Midjet" or "Mite"?
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Post  ffkiwi Mon Jan 18, 2021 3:47 pm

The Fury was originally produced by Allyn Sales Co-BEFORE they merged with K&B-and available in various models-inboard, outboard and aero. AFAIK only the 049 was produced-the larger twins only came after the merger with K&B...so your engine could be referred to as an Allyn Sky Fury 049....or equally validly as a K&B-Allyn Fury....depending on how long production continued after the merger-but definitely NOT as an Aurora anything...

Ref: AMEE pp4-5

I stand by my original identification of the O&R as a 'Midjet' not a 'Mite'-the former has the large tank, the latter is tankless and with a shorter crankshaft bearing...

Ref: AMEE p186
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Post  crankbndr Mon Jan 18, 2021 3:49 pm

@944_Jim wrote:Well. I feel like an idiot...I see no bear! What am I missing?


Sorry, I got em mixed up. O&R had eagle and O K used the bear. Early Midjet has brass eagle on the cylinder, I was thinking bear.
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Post  Cox International Mon Jan 18, 2021 4:23 pm

Thanks for the clarifications Smile

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