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Old 12-06-2006, 09:25:28 PM
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I h.p. Famous[1911-1917] and Titan[1914-1918] 1h.p. are the same, according to the 1918 IHC PARTS BOOK. The Titan jr was made 1915-1917. The Titan jr is lighter by about 100 lbs. than the 1 h.p. hopper-cooled Famous. The only parts they have in common[according to the parts cat.], are some nuts and bolts. Nice light, igniter fired IHC hopper-cooled engine.
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Thanks Paul for your help. I just acquired my Titan Jr. and have ordered the muffler from Don. Have not found the S/N yet.

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Charlie: Thats "GREAT" . Got it running yet , how's the gas tank, is it a dual fuel unit (gas start/kerosene run) ?,does it have a magneto and butter churn pulley . Always like to look at others, need a photo .
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Well Gents, had a chance to get out to dad's barn and looked at my little IH engine this evening. The hopper filler is more pronounced and square, it's got a larger water-cooled head, and the base is made much heavier than the engines in Paul's pics-I'd say I've got either a 1 HP Titan or 1 HP Famous, instead of a Titan Jr.
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Mike: You are right . The Titan Jr. has a smaller oval hopper opening rather than square, and the head is a dry head held on by three bolts. The base is definetly lighter .
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Mr. Spence,
I was wondering what magneto is on your Titan Jr.?
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Bill: I'll look tomorrow when I get up to the Pole Barn, and let you know.
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Bill: The magneto on my Titan Jr. is an IHC Type "L" brass body one. Here are a couple more photos I took today .
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Bill and Paul - One of my Titan Jr's has a Sumter Jr magneto on it. I will have to get mine out and take pictures too.
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Bill Here's a couple of pictures of the mount on my IHC Titan Jr. I hope these will help, if you need more let me know.Merton
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