|06-19-2005, 08:26 AM||#11|
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I am: Chris R
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Thanks for the suggestions.
No misleading was done. If I've got a question, I like to post it here. MAybe somebody can look at it from a different angle and help me solve the issue. That's what's great about this forum!!
BTW, the plane the engine is in, is a 1/8 Hawker Typhoon, its got a REALLY short nose (you can see the cowl on the bench behind the engine amidst all the clutter in the picture) I had to recess the firewall 1/4" just to get the engine within the cowl WARBIRDS!!!! SHEESH!!
Gravity works. I've tested it......often!!!
Building: Jerry Bates 1/4 Chipmunk
Vancouver Vanguard 1/6 Fairey Firefly
|06-19-2005, 03:47 PM||#12|
I am: Ken Currell
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I certainly did notice that the nose of the plane was definitely short.
Hope you find a welder capable of doing the job.
If you don't have any luck talk to Frank Klenk. He might be able to direct you to a person who can do TIG Welding.
Let us know when you solve the problem.
Barring that, maybe Jim Bisson (Bisson Mufflers) could make you a custom muffler.
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