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NARCO 165/R by D.Rizzato[_2_]
Hi Folks I just purchased a new NARCO 165/R to replace my NARCO 155 which burned out after 125 hours unfortunately the new unit had to be repaired before I could install it do to a loose connection In the mean time and only after 2 month and 25 Hours of operation it is defective and need to be...
September 10th 08 03:39 AM
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Experimentals To Be Banned To Rural Airports? by T. \Tim\ Timothy Haag aka HyoogeUmp56[_4_]
http://www.avweb.com/eletter/archives/avflash/1199-full.html#198676
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September 9th 08 11:02 PM
by Mike[_22_] Go to last post
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Texas Parasol by [email protected]
To All: I have recovered some of the files containing the corrections to the FUSELAGE errors in the Texas Parasol drawings, originally posted in Feb 2003 but since erased. Also found were portions of the tutorial on extruded angle and its use for this type of structure. If you've any interest in...
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September 9th 08 10:06 PM
by Fred the Red Shirt Go to last post
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what's a BUREP ? by jan olieslagers[_2_]
http://www.hexatronengineering.com/60hp_champ.htm uses the Burep as a measure of engine power. What the heck is a Burep? PS I recently saw this Hexadyne P60 engine at the Salon de l'ULM in Blois, France. Looks neat, but is not cheap. Are any flying yet?
September 9th 08 04:35 AM
by abripl[_2_] Go to last post
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E-mail Failure by [email protected]
To All: Returning from my latest stay at the hospital I find Google has acquired ISP.com, my internet service provider. In doing so it has trashed my e-mail. If you are awaiting a reply, I'm not even aware you've tried to contact me. I'm told ISP/Google will get things all fixed up... someday....
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September 8th 08 03:30 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Getting a little squeeze (riveting) by Anthony W
My new rivet squeezer arrived today from Aircraft Spruce and right on time too. Anyway with a new tool to play with and nothing to rivet, I squeezed over a few pop rivets I had already installed. Holy crap Batman did those rivets look great and they're tighter than ever. I used 3/16" cupped...
September 7th 08 01:30 AM
by Anthony W Go to last post
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Bucking bar and vice by mhorowit
New to riveting here. Reading on basics show the impact on the manufactured head is transmitted along the rivet and forces the bucking bar off the bucktail. It then slams back, causing the rivet shaft to begin to deform. Because the bucking bar needs to move, does this mean it can not be clamped...
September 6th 08 08:27 PM
by Dan[_12_] Go to last post
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For Sale by [email protected]
For sale are the following items: Mountain High CFF-480 O2 cylinder with CGA540 valve head. $375, Mountain High XCR-1 O2 regulator. $125. Cambridge IPAQ+ RAM PDA mount with IPAQ 3835 PDA. $285. ICOM IC-A22 handheld aviation tranceiver with sport kit and magnetic mount antenna and telex earpiece....
September 6th 08 01:13 AM
by Capt. Geoffrey Thorpe Go to last post
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Question about converting military helmet by [email protected]
Hello I've not posted on rah before, but have lurked long enough to realize that you guys have a few electronics experts among you. What I have is a Gentex sph-4 military flyers helmet. This is a single plug helicopter helmet. I've been told that the microphone impedence for military helmets is...
September 3rd 08 01:23 PM
by lectricity Go to last post
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Popular conversion engines by rektide
I've been mulling trying to use motorcycle engines for a while now but have had dreadful luck at finding anything at all interesting on the internet about the topic. I've found a few obtuse references to snowmobile and water-craft engines but no solid leads. What should I look at? I plan to...
September 3rd 08 09:44 AM
by Bruce A. Frank Go to last post
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exhaust manifold steel by Dave
What type of stainless is used for most general aviation aircraft? I had a welder friend of mine ask me this question. Thanks Dave
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September 3rd 08 09:30 AM
by Bruce A. Frank Go to last post
12 528
Who are these dodos? by cavelamb himself[_4_]
like the title said...
September 3rd 08 09:26 AM
by cavelamb himself[_4_] Go to last post
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2009 Air Race Calendars by Usenet sender
Running from September to September… That IS the real year after all isn’t it? The second annual Legacy of Speed Unlimited Air Racing calendars are even BIGGER than last year! Legacy of Speed celebrates the history of Air Racing with images spanning 62 years of the worlds fastest motorsport....
September 2nd 08 02:42 PM
by Steve Foley Go to last post
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Removing factory scale from tubing? by mhorowit
Besides abrasive blasting, or sanding, how do you remove the black scale from factory/Spruce fresh tubing? - Mike
September 2nd 08 01:40 PM
by Stealth Pilot[_2_] Go to last post
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Team Air Bike (Ultralight) by Flash
Yes, ultralight, but not entirely off-topic, as I could be interested in building one. I know this is probably the most knowledgeable forum on the net for this question, I know the original Team Air Bike ownership has passed to someone who is not releasing it for build/sale. But I saw one a...
September 1st 08 11:18 PM
by Peter Dohm Go to last post
6 1,388
Oshkoxxxxxx Airventure Photos by Reggie
Here is the kind of photos I like to see from there.. http://www.bkfliers.com/TripPicturesandReports.html
September 1st 08 09:01 PM
by Mike Isaksen Go to last post
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Rare aircraft by Stuart & Kathryn Fields
Here is an interesting link http://rareaircraf1.greyfalcon.us/UNITED%20STATES.htm See especially Curtis 24-B and Curtis-Wright XP-55 Ascender. Did Burt Rutan know about these?
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August 31st 08 11:01 PM
by Blueskies Go to last post
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3x vs 4x rivet gun? by Michael Horowitz
Looking thru e-bay I see mention of 3x and 4x rivet guns. What's the difference? - Mike
August 31st 08 02:30 AM
by Anthony W Go to last post
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Riveting question by Michael Horowitz
I'm spending a drizzly day going thru the section of AC43 dealing with riveting and have an initial question. I think I know the answer but could use some comformation. Figure 4-5 shows Rivet spacing for single-lap sheet splice. It shows a double row of rivets in one case and the note "Strength...
August 30th 08 01:58 PM
by Michael Horowitz Go to last post
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2009 Air Racing Calendars - Legacy of Speed by Usenet sender
They are here again! The third annual installment of the great Legacy of Speed calendars in stock and will begin shipping September 8, 2008! http://aafo.com/racing/2008/calendar/ We're getting a stock of 200 this year.. get yours now!! Wayne Sagar
August 29th 08 04:38 AM
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