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VW Engine Wear Factors by [email protected]
VW Engine Wear Factors The exhaust valves are the weak link in any air cooled Otto Cycle engine using poppet valves. The service manuals for Pratt-Whitney and Wright provide the best examples of how the exhaust valves should be designed for optimum wear. Valve stems of large diameter and...
July 22nd 08 04:51 AM
by flybynightkarmarepair Go to last post
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B-29 Superfortress Open Cockpit Days in Pueblo, CO by Jason[_2_]
WHO: The Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum WHAT: is sponsoring Open Cockpit Days with the World War II strategic bomber the B-29 Superfortress. These Open Cockpit Days will be held over two weekends in August. WHE at the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum located on the grounds of the Pueblo...
July 22nd 08 02:58 AM
by Jason[_2_] Go to last post
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'Kiddie' trade by [email protected]
Someone wrote: "Or even hot rod "kiddie" (after market) stuff" The term 'kiddie trade' was coined by after-market VW retailers to describe customers who act in a foolish or immature fashion, such as buying a chromed part to make their bug go faster, wrapping magnets around the fuel pipe to...
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DSL Connection - Home or Business - Same Low Price by Vince Quaresima
We do not discriminate between DSL connections for residential or business users. Simple reason: costs us the SAME, so why should we charge you MORE??? Service THROUGHOUT the USA!! See our website for full information and line/location pre-qualification.
July 20th 08 10:34 PM
by Vince Quaresima Go to last post
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The EAA should allow us to use our folding bikes at Airventure by Sliker
I'm really tired of their stubborness about this issue. Airventure is the one place a folding bike would be invaluable. But instead, they insist we walk with no assist over the huge area of the fly-in. As a result of their turning a deaf ear to requests for change, I'm not renewing my membership...
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July 20th 08 01:25 PM
by Matt Whiting Go to last post
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1946 Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser Fuel Tank's by Phil
Hello I am a welder by trade , used to work as a certified A/C welder for major company , still do Alum . and 4130 A/C welding , a man brought a wing tank to me from his Piper PA- 12 Super Cruiser today , he has a small leak around one of the fittings , the tank has been soldered together ,...
July 20th 08 11:37 AM
by Bruce A. Frank Go to last post
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FYI-Northwest Aero CogBelt PSRU by Bruce A. Frank
I have noted here that Northwest Aero, the manufacturer of the evolution of the Blanton designed cog belt prop speed reduction unit had been sold. The new owner said that he would continue making he PSRUs for the Chevies and Fords. Yesterday I got an Email from another V-6 STOL builder who needed...
July 19th 08 07:25 AM
by Bruce A. Frank Go to last post
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Spray paint can nozzles by Stuart & Kathryn Fields
Is it me and advancing age? Or did the paint can Mfrs. increase the pressure required to operate the standard paint spray can nozzle? I seem to remember that I could just about empty a can before my finger got a permanent dent. Now I don't get 1/4 of the can before my forearm goes into seizure...
July 18th 08 11:36 PM
by Peter Dohm Go to last post
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Computer help needed by [email protected]
To All: During my recent stay in hospital my computer system suffered extensive damage, apparently when a cat convinced an equipment rack to collapse. Unfortunately, I was using a lap-top as a temporary terminal on my LAN and it was physically damaged in the crash. Until I can repair the lap-top...
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July 18th 08 10:18 AM
by Stealth Pilot[_2_] Go to last post
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Generators that use Wind power. by a[_2_]
I will be reading the comments in this newsgroup for the next few days and learning from those that are positive and helpful. I know that this is an out of topic posting to this newsgroup. That is a reason that I am posting here. I want to learn from people that are not in the business of...
July 17th 08 02:36 AM
by clare at snyder dot ontario dot canada Go to last post
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Stressed Skin Repair Question by RPM the A&P
Hi, I'm looking for input on the best way to layout a repair of some "hangar rash" on the tail boom of my Taylor Coot amphibian project. The damaged area is on a 10in diameter .065in 6061 T6 tube that serves as
July 16th 08 04:59 AM
by Mark Go to last post
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Sanding of plywood before epoxy by [email protected]
Sanding beaks the fibers producing a less strong lap joint. So what if you use good one side plywood - is the lap joint going to be weaker because it is sanded?
July 15th 08 01:21 PM
by Stealth Pilot[_2_] Go to last post
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Zenith 601 builders!!! by Lou
To all the 601 builders out there. How long does it actually take to build the basic kit? I'm not talking about all the extras that are on our dare to dream list, or the quick build kit, I mean basic VFR package, easy paint, just enough to have fun and fly. Lou
July 15th 08 12:34 AM
by cavelamb himself[_4_] Go to last post
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July 14th 08 09:41 PM
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At what point is "builder" status conferred? by es330td
In the thread I started about the 700 mile commuter airplane someone suggested getting a used Long-EZ. (I would like to point out that my dream of flying began the day I was much younger when I saw picture in a late '80's National Geographic of two EZ's and a Viggen flying in formation so Rutan's...
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July 14th 08 08:26 PM
by Lou Go to last post
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Big C & Me (01) by [email protected]
On 11 July, buried in the 'Cancer Engine' post I said: I think that pretty well does it for the Cancer Song. Come my next birthday mebbe I'll give you an up-date... if anyone even bothers to ask. But the odds are we will all be up to our arm-pits in various projects. PAST history about a...
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Flexible exhaust tubing by Stuart & Kathryn Fields
I'm looking for a source of 1 1/2" flexible exhaust tubing. Mild steel is acceptable. I want to use it for a model of the headers of a tuned exhaust for my 0320 Lycoming engine that I have mounted in my Baby Belle helicopter. The idea is to have 4 equal length pieces attached to exhaust...
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July 13th 08 02:48 AM
by Stuart & Kathryn Fields Go to last post
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looking for Hooker harness by Al MacDonald
Greetings, I'm looking for a used Hooker harness/ratchet for my homebuilt. Webbing color/condition don't matter, I'm really after the hardware only. If you have one for sale or know where there is one (or the parts) please contact me privately flyhigh at agt dot net. Thanks, al.
July 12th 08 03:54 PM
by Al MacDonald Go to last post
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The Cancer Engine by [email protected]
Cancer is Bad Stuff. Cancer does not deserve a Good Fight nor going down with the ship whilst keeping our Spirits Up. Yet I've been urged to do all those things as if Cancer is an honorable opponent. It isn't. And that means it does not deserve being treated fairly. If the Cancer Man was...
July 12th 08 02:03 PM
by COLIN LAMB Go to last post
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Interesting Stufff by [email protected]
"What could possibly be so interesting that it's able to distract your mind from what sounds like serious pain?" The messages hit the in-tray within minutes of my posting an article about a mythical 'cancer' engine. Private messages. Probably from people suffering pain. And if they are...
July 12th 08 12:43 PM
by Stealth Pilot[_2_] Go to last post
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