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Yetti

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  1. I am pretty sure it's pretty simple to flip a switch to get the gear up. Just saying. Other than that you will be fine.
  2. I don't think that is where you are supposed to park them
  3. Interesting enough mine has a scoop that extends to each side and the bottom. It extends about an inch along the bottom. Not sure of the maker or the STCness of the install. Was on the plane when I bought it.
  4. Have not figured out why people relocate the oil cooler. From my experience flying in the hot Texas Summers, there are not cooling issues with it located where AL Intended for it to be.
  5. so I had to rescue several gear actuators from his grasp. He seemed to like to suggest things were not air worthy. Some attempt to get people to buy parts that do not exist any longer.
  6. Same set up is used in the F models and some older electric gear with the dukes or ITT actuator.
  7. Check your local motor shop for brushes. Get the bearing number and check your local bearing shop.
  8. Oh and that person that was looking for a new master relay. I would be inclined to go with this vs. a steel can one. https://www.mcmaster.com/relays/switching-current~200a/
  9. https://www.mcmaster.com/motors/voltage~24v-dc/ http://www.enviro-ok.com/products/systems/
  10. https://www.grainger.com/search/motors/dc-motors/general-purpose-dc-motors?tv_optin=true&searchQuery=24v+dc+motor&searchBar=true
  11. remember there are safeties in the mag that the P lead turns off. If the P lead is out the mag will be grounded.
  12. We have had 2 or 3 twins that found that IC Engines don't run on Kerosene.
  13. https://www.harborfreight.com/3-in-1-riveter-kit-94100.html
  14. Ok I was wrong. The Gear horn is switched on the positive side to the gear switch (later F schmatics) But the Stall warning horn is switched on Negative side. The Dynon warning will take a positive input. 12v but not 24V.
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