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Old 09-27-2021, 01:58 PM
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Default Cabin heat intake on Sam James Cowl

Edit a 3rd search with the right terms got my answer.

First mod on the new to me RV-6A is going to be cabin heat, he muff, cabin box/diverter, etc.. is all straight forward. My issue is where to draw intake air from. I currently have zero issues with temps and didnt want to go through trial and error if someone has already done this and knew the answer.

Where, in the plenum should I/are you, pulling fresh air from? Called SJ, but the new owners have not ran across this yet so they are not sure how to address it.

Again I can go through trial and error, but wanted to check to see what other's have done.
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