Black Mamba 049 (oz13684)

 

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Black Mamba 049. Model aero engine. Glow.

CAD by Ron Chernich.

For the full Black Mamba 049 story see: http://modelenginenews.org/ed.2008.05.html

Quote: "From looking at the web server logs, the Keilkraft Cobra 049 which featured as Engine of the Month for April [2008] really struck a resonant chord with MEN readers... So after talking it over, I've made a convincing start on a set of plans for what we are going to call the Mamba. This will be a Cobra look-alike using Cox 049 parts in a sand cast case. The idea came from Dirk Tollenaar and it will be Dirk looking into supplying the castings, provided Adrian Duncan and I can devise a way in which a first-time model engineer can tackle machining the backplate and induction tract with confidence."

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Black Mamba 049 (oz13684) by Ron Chernich 2008 - model pic

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  • (oz13684)
    Black Mamba 049
    by Ron Chernich
    from Motor Boys International
    2008 
    0.049 cu in
    Engine Glow
    clean :)
    complete :)
  • Submitted: 08/03/2022
    Filesize: 730KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: EdHolly
    Downloads: 893

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