Could inject liquid air and fuel at TDC (and BDC if double acting). Or just at TDC with the return stroke doing nothing but some lubrication.
Conduit is really low yield, to make it easy to bend. I don't know if accurate yield numbers are available or if it meets any standard.
So EAA has Warbirds magazine which is 100% warbirds, I think. EAA has Vintage magazine which is 100% Vintage, I think.
EAA has the aerobatic...
EAA has a large membership because it is mostly focused on GA.
The Experimenter portion of the magazine is only two pages.
The Skyboy fuselage is much lower below the wing.
Is that homemade "U" section compression members?
Hat section might be much better.
And a generator.
That Tach Chek isn't much use. You need another tach to get within 100 rpm to start with.
It isn't a tach for use alone. Just for checking an...
Nope. The ignition magnet is on the outside of the flywheel. The generator magnets are on the inside of the flywheel.
I remember that Popular Science article about the "air" AC unit.
What about thermoelectric cool plates sewn into a vest?
Or a cheap 12v compressor...
I haven't talked to Quentin in over ten years and he was 90 then. I doubt he is still around now. He helped me with helicopter rotor calculations.
Two amps is enough. Or whatever it takes to run a stock VW distributor ignition and one GPS.
Quentin Wald lives here. He also wrote a book about the Wright Flyer's stability. His father flew for the Wrights.
I would think an online only membership option for $20 would get more members.
Two engines bolted together doesn't require a twin rating.
Two engines at reduced power isn't double the fuel consumption.
Dan Johnson has some 2019 data here:...
Making " something else" lighter assumes you didn't already get it as light as possible. I am starting all the major parts at the same time to see...
It is a hard choice to throw out an overweight aircraft. But not much other choice.
I built an an overweight prototype... so I have some insight....
I checked the Honda manual and the horizontal and vertical have almost the same distance below crank. The vertical is a few millimeters more,...
I don't know if the sump is too small. Probably need to measure the sump bottom distance below the crank throw and compare that to a standard...
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