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Cox Engine of The Month
November-2017
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"Cox Tee Dee .010"



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Post  Admin on Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:11 pm

submit the next
       COX ENGINE of the MONTH!
   and have a chance to win a Black Lynx .049 Engine from Ex Model Engines!
   CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO
   


     Rules: You may post *one (1) picture of an engine or a group of engines that are alike (for example: a collection of Space Bug Jr.s that feature each color tank). The engine must be a Cox engine, it can be stock or parts built. Cox engines using aftermarket or handmade parts and multi-cylinder engines are allowed as long as they feature Cox made crankcase(s) and cylinder(s). Although proof isn't required, engines that are built using aftermarket or handmade parts have to be able to run. A good example of a non-running homemade engine that wouldn't qualify for this contest is found HERE. Disassembled engines are allowed as long as all parts are visible and the engine is in running condition when assembled.

If you are unsure if your picture qualifies, feel free to contact the administrator with questions.

     * You may post multiple "pictures" as long as they are all joined together in one picture. (This is done in image editing software before uploading)

MAIN POINTS
•One picture
•Picture shall be of one engine or engines that are alike (a Babe Bee and a Tee Dee .049 together would NOT qualify)
•Must be a Cox Engine
•Engines using aftermarket or handmade parts must feature Cox made crankcase(s) and cylinder(s)
•Engine must be able to run

Optional Caption
Along with your picture you may include a caption that describes or explains the picture. The caption should include the name and displacement of the engine. The caption has to be short as if you picture wins, it will be posted under the picture in the sidebar. If you do not include a caption, one will be thought up for you.


     After 5 days, the first 10 pictures will be moved to another topic to be voted on by other members. The winner will have their engine displayed on the sidebar of the forum and forever listed on the past winners page.

     Looking forward to see what you guys come up with! Good Luck!



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Special .15 MK. II and Special .15

Post  jsesere on Mon Aug 01, 2016 1:04 pm

Special .15 MK. II and Special .15.


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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  1/2A Nut on Mon Aug 01, 2016 2:46 pm

Cox Tee Dee RC .05 - High Resolution





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TD051 next to a Li'l Wizard

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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  Mudhen on Mon Aug 01, 2016 3:56 pm

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Prototype Space Bug .049
C.1950/1
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  Mark Boesen on Mon Aug 01, 2016 5:04 pm

So often we see guys claim something is a prototype (often cause they don't really know what it is) almost to the point were we don't even pay attention to what it is as proto/prototype is so overused and has become meaningless, but for the record....this really IS a prototype and probably the rarest Cox engine on the face of the earth!!!!!!
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  MauricioB on Mon Aug 01, 2016 5:43 pm


Cox .15 "Dale Special"


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Double-Throttled TeeDee = DTTD

Post  balogh on Mon Aug 01, 2016 6:43 pm



COX DTTD 051...my oldest 051 so worn the exhaust throttle barrel has already ground its lowermost fin from the cylinder, but still reacts beautifully to the throttle action now that I have beefed it up with an RC carb too...
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  NEW222 on Mon Aug 01, 2016 7:32 pm

Recently acquired Golden Bee.

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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  TopBannana on Tue Aug 02, 2016 10:12 am

Cox Tee Dee 051 with custom glow head.

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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  KariFS on Wed Aug 03, 2016 2:17 pm

Bump!

Here is my NIB R/C Medallion.



If my calculations are correct, there is still room for one more picture!
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  Mark Boesen on Wed Aug 03, 2016 4:08 pm

This makes ten?

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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  GWILLIEFOX on Wed Aug 03, 2016 8:14 pm

Mark Boesen wrote:So often we see guys claim something is a prototype (often cause they don't really know what it is) almost to the point were we don't even pay attention to what it is as proto/prototype is so overused and has become meaningless, but for the record....this really IS a prototype and probably the rarest Cox engine on the face of the earth!!!!!!

Tell us more!
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How does that one mount?

Post  VUgearhead on Wed Aug 03, 2016 9:32 pm

Mark,

That yellow Cox Bee engine you posted there must have a mounting method almost as strange as the Testor's pipe bombs. All I can see to hang it from is that silver tubing thingy!

What plane did this one come off of?

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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  Mark Boesen on Wed Aug 03, 2016 10:27 pm

VUgearhead wrote:Mark,

That yellow Cox Bee engine you posted there must have a mounting method almost as strange as the Testor's pipe bombs. All I can see to hang it from is that silver tubing thingy!

What plane did this one come off of?

confused

lol, its a cox engine...
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  Mark Boesen on Wed Aug 03, 2016 10:29 pm

GWILLIEFOX wrote:
Mark Boesen wrote:So often we see guys claim something is a prototype (often cause they don't really know what it is) almost to the point were we don't even pay attention to what it is as proto/prototype is so overused and has become meaningless, but for the record....this really IS a prototype and probably the rarest Cox engine on the face of the earth!!!!!!

Tell us more!

Hopefully Mud will give us some more info...over the years he's had some of the coolest Cox stuff ever!
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RE: Cox engine of the month

Post  66 Malibu on Thu Aug 04, 2016 12:15 am

Mark,
Regarding rarity and prototypes and the rarest Cox engines, I have a Pee Wee .020 Sure Start with a large work number 2 etched on the side. It looks like a miniature Sure Start except that the back plate is white and the air tube is orange. There must be at least one more with work number 1 on the side. It came from the Cox R&D department.
I also have an early TD .049 with a brass ( non magnetic) cylinder with a work number 1 on the side of the cylinder.It came from a free flight guy in Corona, CA.
How about High Compression Texaco 5 fin heads that I got from Dan Sitter. They have small combustion chambers and the knurled ring on top... Maybe Mudhen or someone  else could shed more light on these items....
Wish I was more computer savvy to show some pics...Maybe soon......
Steve...
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  KariFS on Thu Aug 04, 2016 2:28 am

Mark Boesen wrote:
VUgearhead wrote:Mark,

That yellow Cox Bee engine you posted there must have a mounting method almost as strange as the Testor's pipe bombs. All I can see to hang it from is that silver tubing thingy!

What plane did this one come off of?

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lol, its a cox engine...

Is it one of those fancy "wind-your cables in" style control handles? Motorized no less Shocked
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Re: *Cox Engine of The Month* Submit your pictures! -August 2016-

Post  Admin on Sun Aug 07, 2016 2:15 am

bunch of great pics this month! I'll get the poll setup shortly!

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