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    Sparking plug washers.

    I had also heard of removing the crush washer on the plug(s) being used for CHT sensors so as I had a few minutes, I looked it up.

    The Installation Manual for the more popular Rotax 2-strokes...
  2. Thread: X-Air windows

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    X-Air windows

    I'm certain I posted last night.............. Paul, you might find the information in this publication very useful for drilling, cutting and mounting. See Section 2. ...
  3. Thread: X-Air windows

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    X-Air windows

    Hi Paul, the transparency material is called Lexan. Getting the right thickness is important, too thick and it's too heavy and difficult to bend, too thin and it's flimsy. I recall it being 2mm but...
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    Mounting the pitot tube correctly

    Peter, go to Seamus' X'air Ireland site: http://www.xairireland.com/

    In the column on the left, select X'air then on the next screen choose X'air. Then select Downloads from the second column. ...
  5. Thread: The grey wire.

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    The grey wire.

    No, not me sorry.
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    The grey wire.

    Mike Stratman of California Power Systems has some relevant info which may be of use in para 2 of this article: http://www.cps-parts.com/cps/pdf/Part49.pdf
    In another article (Part 13) which I can't...
  7. Thread: Crash today

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    Crash today

    "but the bigger radius turn means you have more ground to recover" also means that while you are covering that ground it's taking time during which you are losing height at min sink rate plus a bit....
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    Camping gear to get?

    When I did a fair bit of expedition stuff, I used a Thermarest but don't know if they are still the market leader. Don't be tempted to blow it up as it'll be too hard but just open the valve and let...
  9. Thread: The grey wire.

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    The grey wire.

    The grey wire sends a sine wave output, yes.
    .....in order to trigger a proprietary RPM counter. Yes.
    Frequency? Not known by me. There are 2 different types of RPM gauges though. I think one is...
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    Exhaust Gas Temps

    Phil, have a look at this article, it might be useful: http://rst-engr.com/rst/articles/egtcht.pdf
  11. Thread: Dogs might fly

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    Dogs might fly

    This one Ginge? http://tinyurl.com/jdr2urn
  12. Thread: handbrake

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    handbrake

    Hmmm. Good luck with that, Philip. I tried that some years ago with absolutely no success. PM me with your e-mail address for a copy of the e-mail exchange.
  13. Thread: Forum Help

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    Forum Help

    Who looks after permissions to access the BMAA Members Only area these days?
    I have been 'locked out' since at least early November last and would like to be able to read in that area.
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    urgent warning reguarding new polarn pump

    A video of the principles of how it works is here: http://tinyurl.com/hwfywgk

    link corrected, DC
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    Microlights on BBC, but when???

    Well, he says "BBC Breakfast". That airs on BBC1 between 06:00 and 10:00 tomorrow.

    I would suppose that the time slots we need to know just can't be planned this far out. I even think they plan...
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    pilotaware - a game changer?

    Rick, the answer to your secondary question is that all of the emissions from the device are in the 'License Free' part of the radio spectrum.

    The system operates linked by wi-fi to a device...
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    Members Private Forum

    Hello, I don't seem to be able to access the BMAA Members Only area any more. I have tried logging out then back in again but still no access.
    I am member number 8671 and due at the end of this...
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    Extending EGT signal wire?

    Ah! But there are connectors and there are connectors that are designed for the job! Apologies for the long link address: RS Components Temperature Sensor Accessories

    Mod's note: Long link...
  19. Letís Get The 912 Carb Rubber Problem Sorted Out

    I thought that the rubbers were there as a heat transfer barrier to stop the whole carburettor bodies getting warm and leading to fuel vapourising before the choke tube? (Carb heat, although loosely...
  20. Thread: Mike Roe

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    Mike Roe

    OK then, just for you! The Quiet Flight Association................ or perhaps one more, The Light Flying Association? Looking after pilots and flying machines in the microlight, etc categories.
  21. Thread: Mike Roe

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    Mike Roe

    The Green Flight Association................ (possibly!) looks after pilots and flying machines in the microlight, etc categories.
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    Shell AX7 Oil for a 912UL

    Andy, if Rotax have approved it for use, then it's approved! That has got to be worth more than any valued opinion you get on here!
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    Tie Downs - what product do you recommend?

    I have often wondered (and not taken the idea further) of putting the X'air's tail into wind and pulling it down to the ground with a single point anchor and mainwheel chocks if on a day out...
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    Homebuilt engine

    Explanation made plain, thanks Peter and best wishes for a cracking project.
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    Homebuilt engine

    That's beautiful work Peter. Admiration to you! Tell us though, how you will get exhaust and inlets onto the cylinders, it's a bit close between!
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