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Question ~ Does fuel injection add weight? by Barnyard BOb --
"Dave Jackson" wrote: Does the fuel-injected version of an engine weigh more then its naturally aspirated version? Thanks, ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Engines WITHOUT superchargers or turbochargers are considered... "normally aspirated" and can be
July 6th 03 09:47 PM
by Barnyard BOb -- Go to last post
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Starship? by Kevin Horton
In article , O-ring Seals wrote: On 27 Jun 2003 16:58:30 -0700, wrote: If they have a fleet flying they have to support it, keep spares in stock, track failures, issue AD's. That costs money.
July 6th 03 06:09 PM
by Kevin Horton Go to last post
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How to Eat a DC-3 by Kevin McCue
Hit the "bad" stains with your favorite prewash (shout, etc) before putting it in and the D/W does even better! -- Kevin McCue KRYN '47 Luscombe 8E Rans S-17 (for sale)
July 6th 03 04:11 AM
by bryan chaisone Go to last post
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What ever happened to the Subaru x-100 ? by Wooduuuward
I know it was a car, but it looked like a jet trainer body, riding on three wheels. It was around in 1981 or so. Had a Subaru twin cylinder engine rated at 100 mpg.
July 6th 03 12:53 AM
by Wooduuuward Go to last post
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aviation gps by ian broadbent
I run a gps company here in the uk selling a full range of aviation units please email for further info Ian broadbent
July 5th 03 07:03 PM
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Caution - InterAv "Spike Guard" Capacitor by Robert Bonomi
In article , Jim Weir wrote: Ah, no sir, sorry. You may want to google how an electrolytic capacitor works. I got my initial commercial 1st class broadcast engineer license in 1970. I've got a fair library on the bookshelves. But...
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July 5th 03 04:51 PM
by Peter Gottlieb Go to last post
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Liquid to liquid coolers by Paul Millner
Has anyone ever used a liquid to liquid cooler on a home built. I know this type of cooler is normal on a turbin engine but what would it do to a normally asperated engine and none JP rated fuels? What do you have in mind, using a heat exchanger to cool your oil and warm up the avgas in your...
July 5th 03 02:32 PM
by Frederick Wilson Go to last post
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Ontario to Oshkosh by CarlO
Anyone flying from Ontario to Oshkosh? I would share expenses for the trip. Let me know when you would be going. Thanks.
July 5th 03 02:05 PM
by Warren & Nancy Go to last post
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Rotax 912 Full Throttle Springs by Mark Callahan
I have recently acquired a Sea Rey equipped with the Rotax 912S engine. While familiarizing myself with the carburetor synchronization procedure, I noticed that the springs that open the throttle in the event of a throttle cable disconnect appear to be backwards. The documentation indicates that...
July 5th 03 01:31 PM
by Mark Callahan Go to last post
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Cabin pressurization by Mike Borgelt
On 05 Jul 2003 00:34:12 GMT, (B2431) wrote: Can one use an air scoop to provide cabin pressurization? If so how does one determine the size of the scoop? Dan, U. S. Air Force, retired Yes, but you need to go real fast. Just over 200KIAS will get you a whole 1 psi,
July 5th 03 04:25 AM
by Richard Lamb Go to last post
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Homebuilt Aircraft Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ) by Ron Wanttaja
Last revised on October 6th 2002. Updated information on owner-maintenence. This document attempts to answer common questions asked by newcomers to the rec.aviation.homebuilt newsgroup, or those curious individuals unfamiliar with the domain of homebuilt aircraft. It assumes that the reader...
July 4th 03 04:50 PM
by Ron Wanttaja Go to last post
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Used Bing 54 Carbs wanted by Ed Baker
I'm planning on doing some experiments on some Bing 54 carburetors. If anyone has some used ones in relatively decent condition, please send me an email. Ed Baker
July 4th 03 12:41 PM
by Ed Baker Go to last post
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CQ Oshkosh, CQ Oshkosh by Warren & Nancy
My aircraft radio doesn't go that high! Jim Weir wrote: Just a friendly reminder... The airborne simplex national calling frequency is the same as the ground frequency...146.520. This frequency also works well on the ground at Oshkosh. Rarely is it busy for more than a couple of...
July 3rd 03 06:42 PM
by Jim Weir Go to last post
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Sonerai Alternator Regulator/Rectifier by Pete
You could also try the 'regulator' from your rotax dealer for the 912 - altho it's truly overpriced for the crude job it does. I'd think that an automotive regulator would be the best choice also, if they can indeed handle the crude output waveforms. Cheers, Pete Europa A239
July 3rd 03 01:49 PM
by AWV Go to last post
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GTAW / TIG filler material recommendations by Jari Kaija
(same as "OK Autrod 13.13", Darn... OK TIGROD 13.13...
July 3rd 03 06:01 AM
by Del Rawlins Go to last post
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Pressure Differential in heat Exchangers by Bruce A. Frank
Morgans wrote: Why not use a little electric fan to draw air past the radiator for extended ground operations, like cars do? It has been done. Bayard DuPont did it on the rear engine in his Defiant and it worked well. Others who tried it found problems with ram air in flight spinning the fans...
July 3rd 03 05:18 AM
by Bruce A. Frank Go to last post
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Transponders, Radios and other avionics procurement questions by Corky Scott
I'm at the point where I need to start collecting instruments so I can build the instrument panel. As always, I'm a bit shocked at the prices new or reconditioned instruments cost: The typical panel mount radio goes for around $900 to $1300 depending on how much power and features you want. ...
July 2nd 03 11:27 PM
by Paul Lee Go to last post
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Volksplane in New Zealand? by Wooduuuward
You might want to also check out gyroplanes. NZ has a new one that is top of the line. There's a few good websites about them: http://www.aero-sport.com/ http://www.gyroplane.ca http://classics.nu/pitbull/pitbull.html John Burns wrote: Hi there
July 2nd 03 05:14 PM
by Wooduuuward Go to last post
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Hair on the palm of my hand; was Jets: Takeoff performance questions by pac plyer
(Dustrpilot) wrote A captain at a airline across the street from you told me once that "FO's are sex advisors and that if he wanted their friggin opinion, he'd ask". Hey, at least you asked! Hope I get to fly with you some day. LOL!
July 2nd 03 02:14 PM
by Dustrpilot Go to last post
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Brake line design question by Charlie Smith
Jeff, You may wish to consider Parker Parflex nylon hose. It is available in several wall thickness at 1/4 inch OD. The hose is UV stabilized so there is little worry about it becoming brittle after a few years of exposure to light (you could always paint over it). Minimum purchase lengths for...
July 2nd 03 12:31 PM
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