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Old 10-02-2021, 12:14 PM
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Thanks for that additional piece of information. I couldnít find any drawing about the Planepower FS1-14 regarding point of gravity but itís slightly heavier with 6 lbs which get it to 24.9 lb*in. Iíll need to measure my oil filter extension to understand what spacer Iíll need.
Thank you all for the information.

Michael

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Re: those backup alt spacers: Need to be careful that the overhang moment isn't exceeded of the vacuum pump pad. The Lycoming TCDS only allows a max of 25 in-lb and if a 1" spacer is used with that BC410 backup alternator, you're at 24 in-lb. Reference the B&C BC410 drawing and the Lyc TCDS below.

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