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Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-04-2018, 11:17 AM
Replies: 26
Sticky: ENGINE COOLING
Views: 35,679
Posted By F1R
1 & 4 do not have that issue. If you look at...

1 & 4 do not have that issue. If you look at those cylinders the fins are deeper where they come up against the baffles in the #1 #4 position and there is plenty of airflow.

It will become very...
Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-04-2018, 06:38 AM
Replies: 26
Sticky: ENGINE COOLING
Views: 35,679
Posted By F1R
In short, yes. To see the drilled holes, see post...

In short, yes.
To see the drilled holes, see post number 10 on page 1 of the link.
Michael Robinson (toobuilder) shows an angle valve cylinder #2 with the drilled holes visible in the first photo...
Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-04-2018, 04:39 AM
Replies: 26
Sticky: ENGINE COOLING
Views: 35,679
Posted By F1R
Click on the link on post #6 , then go to page...

Click on the link on post #6 , then go to page #2, and see post #12 by alpinelakespilot2000. That shows you most of what you are asking about.

it is only Cyl #2 on the front side that has the...
Forum: Traditional Aircraft Engines 09-02-2018, 08:23 PM
Replies: 26
Sticky: ENGINE COOLING
Views: 35,679
Posted By F1R
Sketches and photos are priceless and appreciated

Some sketches or photos of your detailed solutions would be appreciated beyond words.

And if that is too much work, just mail them to Dan Horton and he will post them give you credit.
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