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Anyone know what size Cox Medallion this muffler is for?

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Post  happydad on Thu Dec 31, 2015 11:43 am

I recently purchased this Cox Medallion .049 Muffler-Throttle. Obviously it is not for the .049.
   Can anyone tell what size Medallion the muffler is for based on the picture or the measurement of .814 inch inside diameter or the Medallion cylinder would measure .814 inch at the exhaust port area. I would guess maybe a Medallion .15??


Muffler for Cox Medallion .049??


Medallion Muffler measures .814 inch inside diameter

I would appreciate any comments or information. I will not be using this muffler, because I do not have any Cox engines that large.

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Re: Anyone know what size Cox Medallion this muffler is for?

Post  1/2A Nut on Thu Dec 31, 2015 12:09 pm

Not yet... but you may buy one at some point for that .15 size muffler
and you will be able to control throttle for RC if wished. Happy New Year

I own two of these in the .15 size shown in this pic.








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Thanks, but I measured 32.1mm

Post  happydad on Thu Dec 31, 2015 3:00 pm

1/2A Nut wrote:Not yet... but you may buy one at some point for that .15 size muffler
and you will be able to control throttle for RC if wished. Happy New Year

I own two of these in the .15 size shown in this pic.



Thanks 1/2A Nut. But I measure 32.1mm.   My muffler must be for a .1499. lol! lol!

Thanks for your help. Do you need a 3rd muffler-throttle?  lol!  

At least I know what size engine it goes with now.

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Post  1/2A Nut on Thu Dec 31, 2015 8:14 pm

Yours most welcome, my caliber is just hanging there if snugged it should read the same.
Well you just never know when you might pick up a .15, it might be worth hanging on to and source the .15.
I appreciate the offer but Im good to go on my end.

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At my age i am cutting down on the Nitro engines.

Post  happydad on Thu Dec 31, 2015 10:18 pm

1/2A Nut wrote:Yours most welcome, my caliber is just hanging there if snugged it should read the same.
Well you just never know when you might pick up a .15, it might be worth hanging on to and source the .15.
I appreciate the offer but Im good to go on my end.

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At my age i am choosing a few Nitro Cox engines to keep and cleaning up and selling the rest. I am unable to fly CL due to recent hip surgery and may never be able to again. But i can still fly RC with a support to keep me from falling down. lol!
  My favorite is still the Medallion Ghost .051. The cylinder is unmarked and the piston has no groove, but it is definitely a .051. See "Medallion Ghost .051" in other posts from about 2 years ago. Apparently several extra parts were made when the NFFS engines were ordered from Cox, but not enough of all the parts were made to make the original order of 300 engines and only 288 were actually sold as Official NFFS .051 engines. I have seen a couple of others on ebay. Mine was sold as a .049. I was surprised when the cylinder had no markings so i measured everything and discovered what became known as a Ghost Medallion .051.
  Also i am becoming interested in the cars like the Cox Shrike and Prop Rod and converting them to RC.


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Post  1/2A Nut on Thu Dec 31, 2015 10:59 pm

A .15 size engine would be more to run fuel wise the upswing is there are many park flying slow flying ARF RC planes still on the market that could be powered by the .15 making for a larger stable plane to enjoy without the cost of using a even larger fuel thirst engine. I hope you mend well with the hip surgery with a good regiment of food, vitamins and meds should speed things along as best as possible.

Also other options besides the Cars would be an Air Boat on wet grass might be some fun. A fishing rod and some water will allow you to throttle about and should it run out of fuel before you dock the boat you could cast over the hull and bring it back to shore. TD .09 size and .15 size have enough power a reliability throttle wise to insure success on your outings. Other option would be a hover craft splitting the blast for the skirt fill and some for the rudders for steering and forward motion. One other option is good ol round the pole flying with servo on the throttle and elevator perhaps even retracts, flaps and lights.

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