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Post  Nirmal Sinha on Mon Aug 10, 2015 4:08 pm

I have a Cox 0.049 cu.in glow plug engine in working order. It was purchased with a control line model which is now damaged. I want to use in 0.049 cu. in glow plug engine with a HobbyKing Mini Stick 580 mm. I was told that it can be done. However, I have not been able to learn what modifications are needed to fit and fly with Cox engine. I will also need a appropriate fuel tank to fit in to Mini Stick. Which fuel tank to get and how to fit. Initially i want to fly a crash model and later as RC. Can someone help and guide me?

I am normally based in India but presently in USA and will be here for next two months.

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Re: Using Cox 0.049 Glow Plug engine with HobbyKing Mini Stick 580 mm

Post  dckrsn on Mon Aug 10, 2015 6:31 pm

Hi Nirmal, your first response is a dud, though
I'm sure some of the guys will chime in with help.
I just wanted to welcome you to the forum.
I think you're our first member from the subcontinent. cheers
In the meanwhile, here's a thread to pique your interest.
https://www.coxengineforum.com/t3408-hobby-king-mini-stick-580mm-electric-to-cox-conversion
You can also try the search box in the upper left of the page. Works well.
Again, welcome
Bob
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Re: Using Cox 0.049 Glow Plug engine with HobbyKing Mini Stick 580 mm

Post  cox24711 on Tue Aug 11, 2015 3:52 am

Nirmal Sinha wrote:I have a Cox 0.049 cu.in glow plug engine in working order. It was purchased with a control line model which is now damaged. I want to use in 0.049 cu. in glow plug engine with a HobbyKing Mini Stick 580 mm. I was told that it can be done. However, I have not been able to learn what modifications are needed to fit and fly with Cox engine. I will also need a appropriate fuel tank to fit in to Mini Stick. Which fuel tank to get and how to fit. Initially i want to fly a crash model and later as RC. Can someone help and guide me?

I am normally based in India but presently in USA and will be here for next two months.

Nirmal Sinha
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