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Post  ian1954 Sat Feb 06, 2016 7:21 pm

This is my current favourite so I will start with the aptly headed box that it came in.

British is Best!

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It is not often that you find an ED Super Fury, rare to find an unused one, even rarer to get on with a silencer but a double silencer! Definitely my current pride and joy.


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Post  RknRusty Sat Feb 06, 2016 9:21 pm

Hi Ian
Pretty interesting. Is the support shelf for a drop-on muffler bracket molded to the case... and you just cap off one exhaust port for a single muffler?

What about "A/C", is that the same as ABC?

Hey, it says "British and Best," not that it matters.

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Post  OVERLORD Sun Feb 07, 2016 2:19 am

Nice engine Ian. That's the engine Henri Stouffs used in his Blue Pants when he became world champion stunt in The Hague in 1954.

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Post  roddie Sun Feb 07, 2016 8:23 am

Very nice Ian! I notice what appears to be a belt-start capable drive-plate? Were these used in model boats too? Easy enough to invert the muffler by the looks of it. Would a muffler on a diesel inhibit starting? I wasn't sure if an exhaust-prime was standard starting procedure?
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Post  ian1954 Sun Feb 07, 2016 4:34 pm

Hi Leven,

The Blue Pants was my first stunt model and I won a school build competition with it. I toy with the idea of building another - it was the first that I had built from a plan but it was a little heavy. I used an Enya 15 in it but the compulsory addition of a silencer did no good. Eventually a PAW 15 sorted it and eventually the club engine - the PAW 19.

I do find it strange that this was used as a stunt model as it was primarily used in my model club as a trainer for combat. The other members models could be described as fast and agile - no ailerons or sedate flying.

I found this snippet on YouTube



What did you do with yours? I just remembered your previous posting.

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Post  ian1954 Sun Feb 07, 2016 5:11 pm

@RknRusty wrote:Hi Ian
Pretty interesting. Is the support shelf for a drop-on muffler bracket molded to the case... and you just cap off one exhaust port for a single muffler?

Without mufflers

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What about "A/C", is that the same as ABC?

It means air cooled - ED produced marine equivalents.

Hey, it says "British and Best," not that it matters.

I thought I would gild the lily! It is probably not politically correct to say that any more. It certainly isn't true any more.

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Post  ian1954 Sun Feb 07, 2016 5:36 pm

@roddie wrote:Very nice Ian! I notice what appears to be a belt-start capable drive-plate? Were these used in model boats too? Easy enough to invert the muffler by the looks of it. Would a muffler on a diesel inhibit starting? I wasn't sure if an exhaust-prime was standard starting procedure?

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All ED engines were available in marine versions. The flywheel was much larger than the air cooled version but there was still room to reverse the silencers.

Exhaust prime is the easiest way to set up a diesel and get the initial settings right. Once you are in the ball park finger choke is the way to go.

I wouldn't fancy trying to start one of these with a piece of string though.
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Post  roddie Sun Feb 07, 2016 6:12 pm

@ian1954 wrote:
@roddie wrote:Very nice Ian! I notice what appears to be a belt-start capable drive-plate? Were these used in model boats too? Easy enough to invert the muffler by the looks of it. Would a muffler on a diesel inhibit starting? I wasn't sure if an exhaust-prime was standard starting procedure?

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All ED engines were available in marine versions. The flywheel was much larger than the air cooled version but there was still room to reverse the silencers.

Exhaust prime is the easiest way to set up a diesel and get the initial settings right. Once you are in the ball park finger choke is the way to go.

I wouldn't fancy trying to start one of these with a piece of string though.

Thanks Ian, Is this marine version yours? I'd be very interested in seeing any model marine engines you have.
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Post  ian1954 Mon Feb 08, 2016 4:09 am

My very meagre engine collection consists of not one, single solitary marine engine.

I searched goggle for that picture.

Any that I get - usually from a job lot - I swap out very quickly. I know a chap who only collects marine engines.

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