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RE: J160 nose wheel axle removal

Don't know of any special techniques. Soak with penetrating oil e.g WD40. Use a punch and support the other side to drive it out. Hope you can get ...

10 months ago
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RE: Waterless wash for prop and wing surfaces?

@jrooviator Yes the issue with silicone in polishes etc. is that it penetrates through the paint and ruins the bonding if a fibreglass repair was ever...

10 months ago
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RE: Waterless wash for prop and wing surfaces?

If it is safe for the acrylic windows and doesn't have silicone in it, I don't think there would be a problem.

11 months ago
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RE: Oil hose disconnected during flight.

It does sound like the engine is ok. However I haven't seen the engine. To be absolutely sure you would need to disassembly the engine and check the...

11 months ago
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RE: Jabiru 2200 Oil Pressure Fluctuation

@olpo That doesn't sound like a standard jabiru oil pressure sensor. The jabiru oil pressure sensor uses a 1/8 NPT taper thread.

11 months ago
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RE: Gallery Oil Pressure

This could be correct. There can be significant oil pressure drop across the oil cooler and oil filter when the oil is cold. This is also when the oi...

11 months ago
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RE: J430 stall characteristics

On a J430 the stall can be a kind of mush especially at forward c.g. At aft c.g. it can become a lot more abrupt. The stall warning is adjusted b...

12 months ago
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RE: Wrong spec carb jetting for 3300

Hello We have all the jets and float bowl valve parts. Our current jetting for a Gen 3 3300 is Needle - 2.85 or 2.90 Main - 2.60 or 2.55 Id...

1 year ago
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RE: Fuel Tanks Asymmetric use

Hello Peter, It only takes a tiny difference in air pressure between the 2 tanks for one tank to feed faster than the other. Maybe a difference in ...

1 year ago
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RE: Oil hose disconnected during flight.

Hello Olav, Usually if with a loss of oil the first thing that happens is the pistons pickup in the barrels. To check for this have a look and see ...

1 year ago
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RE: J230C Doors not flush with fuselage

The week before easter was a bit busy. The door jam in the J230 is screwed and siliconed to the door frame. If you take the screws out of the lower...

1 year ago
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RE: J230C Doors not flush with fuselage

Ok, I have moved you up to the next level of user on the forum. Try that.

1 year ago
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RE: J230C Doors not flush with fuselage

Do you see it like in the picture attached?  ADD-PICTURE.jpg

1 year ago
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RE: J230C Doors not flush with fuselage

Hello AJ, When you are replying you can a button to attach a file just below where you write the text. Use this to attach pictures.

1 year ago
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