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I own two Fox 049 engines. I know I have an FAI, but I have a box for a regular 049. I have one of the engines in hand right now. Don't know where the other one is. I have what I think is a simple question. Which one do I have in hand? Specifications won't be much help. I need external differences. The one I have the prop is held on with a cone with holes. It requires a wire of correct diameter to tighten. I thought I recalled the regular 049 used a prop nut, but it has been many decades and my memory often betrays me. I also thought i remembered the regular 049 had a funky starter spring. This engine does not have one. This one has an attached tank. The identifier on the crankcase does not specify FAI 049. It just says Fox 049. So, what do you think? FAI or regular?
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