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    Returning Member

    After 33 years building and flying drive units we turned Belted Air Power over to our engineer Alf Wong. Mr. Wong is a devoted Aero Engineer on Aircraft and drive systems. Since retiring we are returning our Swift back into the air. Our RV6 was given to a flight school in Idaho. Now it's time to...
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    Using auto carbs

    We have been using a mixture controlled Holley 4412 since 1996. It's made by Tom McNeilley of AZ. the cost is around 100.00 with all parts and instructions. It gives the carb life as it should even in a car. Our RV6 has gone from sea level to over 14,000 feet on this unit and it performs...
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    Dear Akbuilder, I don't remember any conversations with you about the weight but here goes The...

    Dear Akbuilder, I don't remember any conversations with you about the weight but here goes The all cast iron bare is 292 lbs, ie. no manifold intake or exhaust, no starter no carb, just bare as Lyc. gives the weight. If you go to al. heads you can remove 40 lbs. Intake manifold depending 6-8...
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    4.3 V6 Chevy information

    If you e mail us direct beltedair@aol.com we will e mail you the rebuilding information on the 4.3 Jess
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    Belted Air Votac V-6

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    Tom, I have never to my knowledge knew you contacted me, it's beltedair@aol.com As for the...

    Tom, I have never to my knowledge knew you contacted me, it's beltedair@aol.com As for the stock crank it's nodular cast, as you know under tons of psi. the molecules line up and it's quite flexible, for our operation it is great. We have 550 on ours the main problems are like everyone else's...
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