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Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 10-15-2018, 06:37 AM
Replies: 57
Sticky: ENGINE COOLING
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Posted By NYTOM
Just finished the #2 cylinder mod as presented by...

Just finished the #2 cylinder mod as presented by Bill and also having completed the widely accepted modification duct on #4. Glad to hear your results were acceptable Doug. Confident I have avoided...
Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-04-2018, 03:23 PM
Replies: 57
Sticky: ENGINE COOLING
Views: 42,681
Posted By NYTOM
Thumbs up A photo IS worth a thousand words

Ok, now I got it. Sure doesn?t take much does it. I?m going to use these photos as guides. Thanks in advance for hopefully a cool running motor.
Hope mine look half as nice as yours. :)
Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-04-2018, 11:16 AM
Replies: 57
Sticky: ENGINE COOLING
Views: 42,681
Posted By NYTOM
Yes, now I see. Would you do that on Cylinder 1...

Yes, now I see. Would you do that on Cylinder 1 also? And how about #4. I have never seen any thoughts on widening the gap at the left rear of the baffling near the oil cooler. Excuse my moronic...
Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-04-2018, 05:31 AM
Replies: 57
Sticky: ENGINE COOLING
Views: 42,681
Posted By NYTOM
Any photos / drawings of cylinder 1 & 2

Have know about the problem on rear #3 cylinder and addressing that now as I install my baffling for the first time but a little foggy on the front cylinders.
Just what modifications do you propose...
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