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Post  Ken Cook Tue Jul 04, 2023 4:21 pm

I ran these today on both glow and ignition. I have a Larry Davidson solid state ignition setup and a lithium pack. The red .33 was the only one I had  run on glow and no ignition because the spring steel in the timer is too long. I need to trim it as it's holding the points closed.  Almost every one of these on glow were practically one flip starts. I truly enjoy running these engines. While many are quite anemic, they're really enjoyable to run. The Mite .049 is one of my favorite little engines. At a glance, it seems like nothing, but up close, these are fascinating little engines.

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          .19's, .29's, .33
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Post  rdw777 Wed Jul 05, 2023 12:37 pm

Those are nice engines Ken, Just something intriguing about sparkers…..I’ve kinna looked at it but just never pulled the trigger…..I used to have a Maytag washer engine that was fun to run just because…..I “get it” on simply taking the time to bench run….. My fav’s for that are a couple of OK Cubs and few simple bees…
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Post  Ken Cook Wed Jul 05, 2023 2:08 pm

Keep in mind, you don't need to run them on ignition. Just put a glow plug in and feed them lots of castor, equally as enjoyable. You can also run the ignition with glow fuel or gasoline mix. I prefer Walmart white gas and oil.
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