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Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-29-2022, 03:58 PM
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Posted By claycookiemonster
As to mic-ing and gauging the assembly as you go,...

As to mic-ing and gauging the assembly as you go, OH YES! There is quite a bit of checking for clearances. For example, each push rod was suspended in a jig and I rotated them all under a feeler to...
Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-29-2022, 11:23 AM
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Posted By claycookiemonster
I worked with Kelly too! Another guy, named...

I worked with Kelly too! Another guy, named Edwin, was in the next room building an IO-320 without a co-builder. He was the one who came into check on our progress, and occasionally Kelly would go...
Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-24-2022, 03:44 PM
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Views: 1,700
Posted By claycookiemonster
It's very easy and very simple, actually. It's...

It's very easy and very simple, actually. It's also really well organized. One look at the parts on the storage shelves, with pistons next to their associated connecting rods said it all. These guys...
Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-24-2022, 12:12 PM
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Posted By claycookiemonster
Aero Sport Power Build School

Iím just back from the Aero Sport Power build school that ran from September 20 thru 22, 2022. Over the course of two days, I built an IO-375-M1S for my RV-8. I wanted to write this up while it was...
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