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    12th May 2015, 15:03
    The Praga 'B' is more closely related, certainly in cylinder head and crankshaft bearing detail, to the original E113, not the subsequent A,B or C...
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    10th May 2015, 19:17
    Why is the Czech built Praga B seen as inferior to the Aeronca E113? Like the E113 it has a better combustion chamber shape than the later parallel...
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    10th May 2015, 17:31
    Having got home from work this evening I found I was talking from under my hat in post #7. The aircraft fitted with the JAP is clearly G-AEUU, one of...
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    10th May 2015, 08:15
    Yes, it turns out the motor was stored in the garden shed of one William Joyce for the duration! My motor is a Czech-built example and was fitted...
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    9th May 2015, 18:46
    It came from a well known vintage aeroplane owner in Baginton, Coventry. He acquired it (and another) from a chap in Kent around twenty years ago,...
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    9th May 2015, 16:23
    Having recently purchased the Praga B engine and logbook from Hillson Praga G-AEYM (to satisfy an attack of Aeronca JAP inspired kleptomania) I...
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