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Post  Cox International Tue Jul 19, 2016 6:30 pm

Obviously not Cox but does anyone know which engine it belongs to (possibly K&B?)

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Post  TDbandit Wed Jul 20, 2016 3:38 am

Hmm could be from the old OS .21SE-B car engine not sure if the SE had a separate head button though, the .21SE-B was 86 or 87 vintage. Could also be from an early Rossi Car engine as well. (Bandit)
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Post  Cox International Wed Jul 20, 2016 1:15 pm

Thanks and shall look into that. We received a few 100 engine parts of the following engines, so it's probably for one of them:

OS Max
K & B
Enya
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Webra
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Skyward / Picco
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Post  Surfer_kris Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:39 pm

I'm not into cars at all, but I think that both OS and Magnum had curved cooling flanges on their heads for car engines.

Also, I don't think they used any "under-head" at that time either, it is a more recent design concept, but this is more of a guess from my side than anything else...
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Post  Cox International Thu Jul 21, 2016 4:18 pm

Because we were not sure for which engine it was, we lumped it into a big lot of K&B and "other" parts:  

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Post  Oldenginerod Thu Jul 21, 2016 6:22 pm

The part numbers on the packets make it fairly clear what "brand" they fit. KB (obvious) PER (maybe Perry) SUP ( maybe Super Tigre) etc.
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Post  TDbandit Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:11 pm

Surfer_kris wrote:I'm not into cars at all, but I think that both OS and Magnum had curved cooling flanges on their heads for car engines.

Also, I don't think they used any "under-head" at that time either, it is a more recent design concept, but this is more of a guess from my side than anything else...
Yeah I had forgotten about that.
I'm still looking but it's possible that it may be from an early Rossi buggy engine because some of the old 3.5cc engines if I recall came with a straight fin cast head before everyone switched to the machined heat sink heads.
Though it could be for an old Royal .21-C but it's a copy of the SE-B .21 from OS and it too doesn't have a separate head button either so nope. (Bandit)
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Post  Cox International Fri Jul 22, 2016 12:48 pm

Oldenginerod wrote:The part numbers on the packets make it fairly clear what "brand" they fit.  KB (obvious) PER (maybe Perry) SUP ( maybe Super Tigre) etc.

Yes, except this one did not have any markings on the bag.
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Post  Cox International Fri Jul 22, 2016 12:50 pm

TDbandit wrote:
Surfer_kris wrote:I'm not into cars at all, but I think that both OS and Magnum had curved cooling flanges on their heads for car engines.

Also, I don't think they used any "under-head" at that time either, it is a more recent design concept, but this is more of a guess from my side than anything else...
Yeah I had forgotten about that.
I'm still looking but it's possible that it may be from an early Rossi buggy engine because some of the old 3.5cc engines if I recall came with a straight fin cast head before everyone switched to the machined heat sink heads.
Though it could be for an old Royal .21-C but it's a copy of the SE-B .21 from OS and it too doesn't have a separate head button either so nope. (Bandit)

Please don't worry about it any longer as we lumped it in with a parts lot. Time to move the over 2,000 non-Cox item we had to take with the Cox stash. lol!
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