Cox Engines Forum
You are not logged in! Please login or register.

Logged in members see NO ADVERTISEMENTS!


Golden Bee Cox_ba12




Golden Bee Pixel

Log in

I forgot my password

Search
 
 

Display results as :
 


Rechercher Advanced Search

Latest topics
» Sturdi Built?
by rsv1cox Today at 7:38 am

» Introducing our Cox .049 TD Engines
by sosam117 Today at 7:32 am

» Choke Tube "stuff"...
by roddie Yesterday at 7:15 pm

» So to the rescue of an EZ BEE .049 r/c
by davidll1984 Yesterday at 5:21 pm

» Vintage Vornado fan project
by rsv1cox Yesterday at 8:00 am

» Kofuku Maru Fishing Boat Model
by getback Yesterday at 7:14 am

» Leufortin Project
by Levent Suberk Yesterday at 6:39 am

» Hello guy's. So tell me about AP 061? Any tips and any issue I might go through?
by Ken Cook Yesterday at 5:48 am

» Cox PT-19 Wing
by getback Thu Jul 18, 2024 11:57 am

» My Cox .049 Marine inboard engine
by F4D Phantom II Wed Jul 17, 2024 7:03 pm

» Jim Walker "Firebrand"...It Flys !!!!!
by 944_Jim Tue Jul 16, 2024 8:45 pm

» The "Funky Bee"
by rsv1cox Tue Jul 16, 2024 9:39 am

Cox Engine of The Month
July-2024
robot797's

"ULTIMITE COX 010: it has a clutch, E starter, throttle, exhaust, aluminum tank, aluminum venturi, gearbox with forward and reverse, and now its on a custom drawn and printed stand"



PAST WINNERS
CEF Traveling Engine

Win This Engine!
Gallery


Golden Bee Empty
Live on Patrol


Golden Bee

Go down

Golden Bee Empty Golden Bee

Post  rdw777 Fri Nov 18, 2022 10:12 am

Golden Bee Dc49d010

Recently bought this Golden Bee to replace the Pretty Bee that’s in my avatar that I gifted to my son… Wanted something sparkly …

When I got it, It had a PT-19 type rubber prop spinner and the little cast aluminum exhaust collector that I think is more common to car engines…. It also had a thick wall
#2 cylinder…. Totally disassembled and cleaned…I had a thin wall #2 cly and piston that seemed more appropriate for the bottom end with tapered front and small intake backplate (.062), At least to me…. Had one pretty nice “W” style head so it went on as well ….I’ve had several styles of Cox engines over the years but this is the first GB….We’ll give ‘er a run one of these days
rdw777
rdw777
Diamond Member
Diamond Member

2022 Supporter

2023 Supporter

2024 Supporter

Posts : 1460
Join date : 2021-03-11
Location : West Texas

Back to top Go down

Golden Bee Empty Re: Golden Bee

Post  rsv1cox Fri Nov 18, 2022 12:33 pm

Nice one Robert. Looks to have no screwdriver marks on the fuel tank or starter spring scars on the case. Also has the traditional black drive washer that you see on most but not all Golden Bees.

The Golden Bee, a favorite of mine.
rsv1cox
rsv1cox
Top Poster
Top Poster

2022 Supporter

2023 Supporter

2024 Supporter

Posts : 10833
Join date : 2014-08-18
Location : West Virginia

Back to top Go down

Golden Bee Empty Re: Golden Bee

Post  sosam117 Fri Nov 18, 2022 1:05 pm

Best Golden Bee that I have seen in quite a while!

I just love the Golden Bees

BEE-u- tiful



My Golden Bees:
Golden Bee 00-gol10


Last edited by sosam117 on Fri Nov 18, 2022 1:12 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Golden Bee photo)
sosam117
sosam117
Diamond Member
Diamond Member

Posts : 1307
Join date : 2016-03-23
Location : Suburb of Chicago, Illinois

Back to top Go down

Golden Bee Empty Re: Golden Bee

Post  Ken Cook Fri Nov 18, 2022 7:42 pm

I'm not 100% certain of the chronological date changes that have occurred for these engines. I just generally associate the black drive washer as Bob mentions as being the early examples. The large knob needle valve which I prefer is also a indicator. That being said, I would think the thin wall cylinder is also a trademark of the earliest examples. What I've discovered with my collection. I'm thinking I have at least 10 of them is that the 70's examples had the thicker wall nose on the case whereas the early examples utilized the swooping narrow nose.

In addition to the the eye catching changes were the internal changes. Some of my later examples came with dual bypass porting similar to the Black Widow where the earlier versions used single ported Babe Bee cylinders. I know Roddie also posted the internal venturi differences. I've noted that myself as I have just the tanks and visibly the inlet openings are significant in size.
Ken Cook
Ken Cook
Top Poster
Top Poster

Posts : 5540
Join date : 2012-03-27
Location : pennsylvania

Back to top Go down

Golden Bee Empty Re: Golden Bee

Post  sosam117 Fri Nov 18, 2022 9:18 pm

In my photo, the one in the back I purchased around 1976 (sophomore in high school).
The one in the front, my dad got it for me, back around in 1968 (9yrs old) and it was on my Carl Goldberg's Swordman.
The Baby Bee I had was on my Carl Goldberg Li'l Wizard.

Loved those Carl Goldberg u-control kits.
sosam117
sosam117
Diamond Member
Diamond Member

Posts : 1307
Join date : 2016-03-23
Location : Suburb of Chicago, Illinois

Back to top Go down

Golden Bee Empty Re: Golden Bee

Post  rdw777 Sat Nov 19, 2022 4:00 pm

Thanks Gentlemen, I appreciate your input and sharing Very Happy
rdw777
rdw777
Diamond Member
Diamond Member

2022 Supporter

2023 Supporter

2024 Supporter

Posts : 1460
Join date : 2021-03-11
Location : West Texas

Back to top Go down

Golden Bee Empty Re: Golden Bee

Post  Sponsored content


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum