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Old 04-13-2022, 06:59 AM
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Capt John,

Jason Beaver's site has an example of how he did it with FW mounted oil cooler. His whole site is really well documented.
http://jasonbeaver.com/rv7/category/firewall-forward/
I totally forgot about Jason's website! Thank you for the reminder. I really like the oil cooler drain setup he has assembled. He is a very clever guy!

I am not a fan of mounting anything to the engine truss like he did, as typically adel clamps don't age well and slip around over time, especially in oily environments and to have a hefty oil cooler attached to it would be asking for trouble down the road. Besides, I have already installed my RV-10 firewall mounted setup and am proceeding in that direction. However, I am considering Jason's methods for the SCAT tube and butterfly valve!

Thanks again for the heads up!

John
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