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    https://mechanicsupport.blogspot.com/2011/01/inspe...

    https://mechanicsupport.blogspot.com/2011/01/inspecting-aircraft-control-cable.html
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    Citing the authority spelled out by the Manager,...

    Citing the authority spelled out by the Manager, Systems and Flight Test Branch letter dated March 20, 1997 install the 0200, remark the red line on the tach to derate the engine to 90 hp, amend the...
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    I do not have the face side of the 337 and N42527...

    I do not have the face side of the 337 and N42527 is now a Bell helicopter, however N23375 is still around. Perhaps purchasing a CD of the OK City file on the airplane would be helpful. I owned 3590K...
  4. Thread: Exhaust Advice

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    I purchased an electronic thermometer that uses 2...

    I purchased an electronic thermometer that uses 2 type K thermocouples for the heat reference. eBay, less than $25. I Installed them at both ends of the carb heat scat hose, inside the hose. 6’ leads...
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    With the key in the off position does R and L on...

    With the key in the off position does R and L on the back of the switch read Gnd?
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    Ok, cabin heat is superb. I never open it more...

    Ok, cabin heat is superb. I never open it more than half way. But that is a subjective observation that is not real helpful in regard to this discussion.
    I don’t know how the carb heat from a...
  7. Thread: Exhaust Advice

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    Cabin heat vs carb heat is not a viable...

    Cabin heat vs carb heat is not a viable comparison on this system because literally 100% of the muffler can underneath the shroud provides cabin heat. Carb heat is taken off the end of the can and...
  8. Thread: Exhaust Advice

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    The FAA certified that exhaust. After having a...

    The FAA certified that exhaust.

    After having a 2nd cup of coffee I understand that this is not the answer you seek and I really do not want to see this discussion deteriorate similarly to adding...
  9. Thread: Exhaust Advice

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    For anyone still interested in this carb heat...

    For anyone still interested in this carb heat rise issue, I have gone to eBay and purchased a dual display digital thermometer. I also purchased a couple of thermocouples long enough to reach from...
  10. Thread: sight gauges

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    Not sure that you can see thru the Dakota Cub...

    Not sure that you can see thru the Dakota Cub gauge, although they are heads and shoulders above the Piper gauge with one exception if you cannot. Note how the fuel refracts the level lines behind...
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    I bought a pair for EDO 1400’s from...

    I bought a pair for EDO 1400’s from CACAlaska.com. Be patient. They are made of rubber, hollow inside, and they only mold them when they have enough orders to justify mixing up a batch. As always, as...
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    Add the UV proof windshield. Your dermatologist...

    Add the UV proof windshield. Your dermatologist would approve
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    CubCrafters STC requires a dual groove trim...

    CubCrafters STC requires a dual groove trim system, not impossible to install on a covered early airplane but certainly not convenient. Borer STC does not.
    Keep the 108 and put a Catto on it. With...
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    My GPS works on the ground. No need to fly the...

    My GPS works on the ground. No need to fly the airplane.
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    Your GPS indicates the direction your airplane is...

    Your GPS indicates the direction your airplane is moving. Your compass indicates the direction your airplane is pointing. How do you calculate the difference while in the air?
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    What’s the best way to send it? Picture? Send me...

    What’s the best way to send it? Picture? Send me an email
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    I have an original tail pipe if you need it

    I have an original tail pipe if you need it
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    Seal the hole with a closed end pop rivet. Drill...

    Seal the hole with a closed end pop rivet. Drill the hole to match. 1/8” or so works
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    Front 120 3/4”. Rear 121 1/2”. To center of bolt...

    Front 120 3/4”. Rear 121 1/2”. To center of bolt holes measured on front side of hole.
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    Roger Borer STC SA136AL being sold by his...

    Roger Borer STC SA136AL being sold by his daughter Karen Braley, I think. A call to Atlee Dodge will get you her contact number.
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    The killer for for the 0235 is the cost of...

    The killer for for the 0235 is the cost of cylinders. Their is a STC out there to put L cylinders on a C1 case in Grumman airplanes. Cylinder corner studs must be changed to 7/16”. Seems a no brainer...
  22. Nice job Mark, good food and great company

    Nice job Mark, good food and great company
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    Some 1950 PA-18’s had them. Piper came out with a...

    Some 1950 PA-18’s had them. Piper came out with a service letter mid 1950 or so to remove the bottom one.
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    https://www.cumulus-soaring.com/xcom/XCOM%20Aerial...

    https://www.cumulus-soaring.com/xcom/XCOM%20Aerial%20Dummies%20Guide.pdf Perhaps a quick SWR check would help isolate the problem to radio or antenna?
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    Distance? Look at my previously posted pictures....

    Distance? Look at my previously posted pictures. The distance is zilch. The hose to the carb heat box is directly adjacent to the air inlet. The air flow assumption is that it all sort of swirls...
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