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Citabria 7ECA Exhaust Wanted



 
 
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Old February 1st 05, 02:40 PM
Capt. Dave
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Default Citabria 7ECA Exhaust Wanted

Hi
Citabria with a Lycoming 0-235, Homebuilt. I need an exhaust system similar
to an RV4's including heat muffs. I don't know if an 0-320 has the same
exhaust as an 0-235. Apparently the crossover option is a must for
horsepower, and the intake tubes and carb location are different than the
320.
Any help appreciated.
Thanks
Dave


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Old February 2nd 05, 03:23 AM
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You could buy it from American Champion in Rochester,
Wisconsin, or from Acorn Welding in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Dan

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Old February 2nd 05, 04:20 AM
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Or from Acorn Welding in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

I bet these guys are really good. Think how hard it must be to weld acorns,
without overheating them!

Grinning, Ducking and Running
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Jim in NC


 




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