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    Verner powered Pietenpol

    The Verner radials use a wet sump oil system. You have to have an oil tank that will hold the full capacity of the oil below the lowest cylinder. The system doesn’t use a scavenge pump as used on most other radials.
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    Verner S9 vs Rotec R-3600

    All, Please look at the threads title. This meant to be a conversation about the differences between the two engine and to take perceptions and put facts to them. I’m very glad Verner has come on to show that I was wrong with some of the perceptions of his engine! Later today I’m going to...
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    Verner S9 vs Rotec R-3600

    Very true. The engine would be good for an un cowled airplane that didn’t require an electrical system beyond what the engine required. But for anything else it’s a non contender. Also I’d find a replacement for the plastic intake pipes. They kind of went beyond the safety zone in the name...
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    Verner S9 vs Rotec R-3600

    Good catch, I should have said engine efficiency.
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    Verner S9 vs Rotec R-3600

    I’ve been asked to copy my post over here from my Facebook page. I hope everyone finds this informative. So the other week I did an up close inspection of the Verner Scarlet S9 for a customer of mine. He was considering using this engine in his project and wanted me to develop the firewall...
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    For Sale New Rotec R-3600 for sale

    Radial Conversions is proud to announce that we have a new Rotec R-3600, 9 cylinder, 150 hp Radial engine for sale. The engine is new in the box and is already in our facility. This saves money on shipping. The engine is already upgraded with Radial Conversions intake drain kit, scavenge...
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    North American Rotec Engine dealer

    You only live one life. Stop dreaming and start living! ;) Seriously though, if you have an idea and want to see what it will take to make the firewall forward happen then get a hold of me. We can get it done!
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    North American Rotec Engine dealer

    Ok folks here we go! I'd like to announce that I am now the North American distributor for Rotec Aerosport's Radial engine lineup. My company, Radial Conversions, will handle engine sales, support, and firewall forward consulting services. I am also putting together a guide to installing a...
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    High temp epoxy

    Great thanks! Do you have a source to purchase it from in the states?
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    High temp epoxy

    It is in this application. The redline is 350F
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    High temp epoxy

    I'm looking to make some composite baffling for my engine. Is there an easily sourced epoxy resin that can withstand 400F? BK
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    New Rotec forum

    To all Rotec product owners. Rotec Aerosport now has an online forum that can be used for troubleshooting problems. This is the same type of forum that most manufactures use for support these days. You can access it by clicking the link below. https://forum.rotecaerosport.com/
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    Rear Baffle Oil Cooler Lines

    Very interesting! I'm struggling with the same dilemma. The line I would like to make would be firewall forward, but it's not attached to the engine. I'm trying to weigh the pros vs cons of using a hard line. What type of fuel system are you using? Were you able to get rid of the mags and...
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    Rear Baffle Oil Cooler Lines

    Toolbuilder, did you end up using the solid lines? If so, how did it turn out, and where did you source the ss lines at?
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    Thunder Mustang

    I think you may be confusing the thunder mustang turbine conversion with this. Cameron Aircraft Home
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