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Post  Scotland421 Wed Apr 28, 2021 5:20 pm

Does anybody have long term experience wi K&B Stallion .049s?
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Post  coxaddict Wed Apr 28, 2021 11:39 pm

Hi,
The K&B .049 Stallion was my first non- Cox engine.  It was very easy starting but was mild on power. Being front induction it never ran backwards.  I lost that engine years ago but was able to find one on the 'bay.  I like this engine because of it' good looks and mild manner.  The glow head is scarce but can last awhile using low or no nitro, You should use at least 20% oil half being castor. Wingovers would be the only maneuver I would attempt if using the integral tank.
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Post  Scotland421 Thu Apr 29, 2021 7:53 am

Lovely, I have two new ones. I ran one tae break in and it screams at 15,000 wi a 6X3
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