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Post  sosam117 Tue Oct 05, 2021 10:53 am

I rebuilt an Enya .09-III and emailed my friend in Australia a photo of the finished engine.

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My friend in Australia (Allan) replied back that I did a nice job and would I be willing to trade the Enya for a Cox engine?
It would be the same size displacement.
I agreed as I know Allan has a tough time getting parts for his Cox engines.
And I can get parts here easier than he can in Australia.

So, the Cox engine arrived yesterday (04/10/21) and here it is:
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The engine is in good shape.
It has been well oiled so nothing is sticking.
Took it apart and checked everything over and the only problem is a loose ball/socket on the piston to con rod.
I have the anvil and reset tool to reset it, so no problem there.
I'll clean her up in the sonic tank, a little buffing, and reassemble it with some light oil.

One question, the name of the engine?
Thanks!


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Post  Cryhavoc Tue Oct 05, 2021 11:23 am

Its a Queen Bee .07.

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Post  sosam117 Tue Oct 05, 2021 11:38 am

@Cryhavoc wrote:Its a Queen Bee .07.

Mike

Thanks for the information.
Never had a Queen Bee engine before, but have seen the photos of them in their boxes.
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Post  Cryhavoc Tue Oct 05, 2021 6:02 pm

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@Cryhavoc wrote:Its a Queen Bee .07.

Mike

Thanks for the information.
Never had a Queen Bee engine before, but have seen the photos of them in their boxes.

Not the most desirable of the Cox line but its nice to have one to round out a collection.

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Post  sosam117 Wed Oct 06, 2021 8:08 am

Update:

The engine was disassembled for the ultrasonic tank.
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After the ultrasonic cleaning, I reset the connecting rod to the piston.
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Buffed all of the aluminum and brass parts and wire brushed the screws.
Then reassembled the engine using some "Turbine oil" during assembly.

The completed engine is below:
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