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Thread: [IAC-L:657] Re: IAC-L digest 36

Message: [IAC-L:657] Re: IAC-L digest 36

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From: "M L Taylor." <mltaylor at serv.net>

Date: Mon, 11 Aug 1997 05:43:06 UTC


Message:

 Hey I'm up in Seattle and I'm looking for a piits check-out. I'm waiting to
hear from Scottsdale but would prefer local talant.!!

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> From: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> To: Multiple recipients of list <iac-l at listproc.eracer.org>
> Subject: [IAC-L:653] IAC-L digest 36
> Date: Sunday, August 10, 1997 2:24 AM
> 
> 			    IAC-L Digest 36
> 
> Topics covered in this issue include:
> 
>   1) Bendix PS5C (fwd)
> 	by Herman Dierks <dierks at austin.ibm.com>
>   2) Looking to Buy
> 	by ExactInc at aol.com
>   3) O-Ring for Wobble Pump
> 	by ultimate at spindle.net (ultimate at spindle.net)
>   4) O-Ring for Wobble Pump (fwd)
> 	by Herman Dierks <dierks at austin.ibm.com>
>   5) Re: O-Ring for Wobble Pump (fwd)
> 	by ultimate at spindle.net (ultimate at spindle.net)
>   6) RE: Oshkosh
> 	by "Doug Partl" <DMCFF at msn.com>
>   7) Re: Bendix PS5C
> 	by Joseph <jvd at club.innet.be>
> 
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Date: Sat, 9 Aug 1997 11:53:39 -0500 (CDT)
> From: Herman Dierks <dierks at austin.ibm.com>
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: Bendix PS5C (fwd)
> Message-ID: <199708091653.LAA21478 at dierks.austin.ibm.com>
> 
>  I few things to keep in mind if you decide to change to the Ellison TBI.
> 
>  1) It has no way of priming the engine so you need to install some
>     form of primer (old manual style primer pump or some electric pump
>     and solenoide (sp?)).
>  2) The Elleson TBI will require a different fuel pump due to its lower
>     fuel pressure requirement.
>  3) The throttle linkage will have to be reworked.
>     I think the PS5C linkage is backwards from most carbs.
>  4) Airbox mods.
> 
>  The Ellison is a much simpler unit (and probably lighter).
>  From what I understand from reading and talking to others is that is
>  is very sensitive to the airbox installation as that can affect the
>  airflow into the carb and disturb the fuel distribution.  
>  Ellison may have some guidelines on this.
> 
>  I know of someone that can OH the the PS5C at about half the normal
>  cost (but without any yellow tag).  This is a certified repair station 
>  that OH's fuel injectors, etc. They did my PS5C and it has ran great.
>  I can't give you the name on the list as this is a 'back door' deal,
>  a little strange but it saves quite a few $$.
>  Contact me directly if interested.
>  
>  If you replace the PS5C with Ellison,  I would be interested in a follow
up 
>  posting of how it went and the results.
> 
>  Herman Dierks
>  dierks at austin.ibm.com
>  
> > I have become suspiscious of the PS5C on my 180 hp Skybolt.  It
apparently
> > is becomming increasingly rich in low rpm settings ( I'm not sure what
it's
> > doing at high rpm - it runs well enough), but dark smoke is visible at
low
> > rpm's.  Also, in a Pitts I previously owned, a newly rebuilt (
Precision
> > Air) PS5C would hold pressure at idle cut off for a long time if the
> > mixture control was left in the idle cut off position, this one will
lose
> > pressure in just a few seconds.  
> > 
> > I have considered sending this one to Precision Air to be rebuilt, but
I'm
> > also considering replacing the unit with an Ellison throttle body. I
think
> > that both options are equal in cost. 
> > 
> > Would anyone reading this care to comment?  Some advice based on
experience
> > at this point would sure be appreciated.
> > 
> > Bill Walker
> > Cookeville TN
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Sat, 9 Aug 1997 17:49:54 -0400 (EDT)
> From: ExactInc at aol.com
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: Looking to Buy
> Message-ID: <970809174953_345521928 at emout20.mail.aol.com>
> 
> I'm Looking for a starter airplane for aerob's  
> two sets (i need an Inst. for now)  any help ?
> PS....cheep  
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Sat, 09 Aug 1997 20:22:10 -0500
> From: ultimate at spindle.net (ultimate at spindle.net)
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: O-Ring for Wobble Pump
> Message-ID: <33ED17C2.CF7 at spindle.net>
> 
> Anyone:
> 
> I need an O-Ring for my Christen Wobble pump filter cup.  I think it's
> not a round O-Ring so it looks like it's not an auto supply item.  Also,
> any part numbers for the filter itself?  
> 
> Thanks in advance.
> 
> Daryle L. Grounds, CPA
> IAC Chapter 24 & 25
> Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Sat, 9 Aug 1997 20:31:29 -0500 (CDT)
> From: Herman Dierks <dierks at austin.ibm.com>
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: O-Ring for Wobble Pump (fwd)
> Message-ID: <199708100131.UAA19718 at dierks.austin.ibm.com>
> 
>  Daryle, I have the Christen pump book and home.
>  I will look up the PN. It may just be some std AN O-ring.
>  You can call Aviat and they can send you the O-ring.
>  I have ordered some from them in the past.
>  They also use a fuel proof grease on the O ring. 
>  I expect a small amount of any grease would be OK if you
>  don't have the fuel proof grease.  Mainly so the O ring 
>  does not bind as you tighten the cap.
>  Herman
>  dierks at austin.ibm.com
> > Subject: [IAC-L:649] O-Ring for Wobble Pump
> > Anyone:
> > 
> > I need an O-Ring for my Christen Wobble pump filter cup.  I think it's
> > not a round O-Ring so it looks like it's not an auto supply item. 
Also,
> > any part numbers for the filter itself?  
> > 
> > Thanks in advance.
> > 
> > Daryle L. Grounds, CPA
> > IAC Chapter 24 & 25
> > Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston
> > 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Sat, 09 Aug 1997 20:58:23 -0500
> From: ultimate at spindle.net (ultimate at spindle.net)
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: Re: O-Ring for Wobble Pump (fwd)
> Message-ID: <33ED203F.3F40 at spindle.net>
> 
> Herman Dierks wrote:
> > 
> >  Daryle, I have the Christen pump book and home.
> >  I will look up the PN. It may just be some std AN O-ring.
> >  You can call Aviat and they can send you the O-ring.
> >  I have ordered some from them in the past.
> >  They also use a fuel proof grease on the O ring.
> >  I expect a small amount of any grease would be OK if you
> >  don't have the fuel proof grease.  Mainly so the O ring
> >  does not bind as you tighten the cap.
> >  Herman
> >  dierks at austin.ibm.com
> > > Subject: [IAC-L:649] O-Ring for Wobble Pump
> > > Anyone:
> > >
> > > I need an O-Ring for my Christen Wobble pump filter cup.  I think
it's
> > > not a round O-Ring so it looks like it's not an auto supply item. 
Also,
> > > any part numbers for the filter itself?
> > >
> > > Thanks in advance.
> > >
> > > Daryle L. Grounds, CPA
> > > IAC Chapter 24 & 25
> > > Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston
> > >
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> Thought I might find something locally, but suspected I'd need to go to
> Aviat all along.
> 
> Getting my airplane painted and finished (after all the these years) and
> decided to go through the fuel system since it's three years since I
> installed it.  Still hoping to make it to Galveston with it.
> 
> Missed you at Lone Star Champs.  See you at Galveston.
> 
> Daryle
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Sun, 10 Aug 97 05:45:28 UT
> From: "Doug Partl" <DMCFF at msn.com>
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: RE: Oshkosh
> Message-ID: <UPMAIL11.199708100543080281 at msn.com>
> 
> Jim- Missed you at OSH, but did look around and talk to a bunch of folks,
and 
> they all stated that the increase in non-pilot types on the line was
obvious 
> in the amount of wing sitting, smoking, and eating, etc. I watched very 
> closely and think the program stinks. I saw many infractions of proper 
> behavior around the planes, by kids and a few adults. A couple of the
warbirds 
> that normally come, did not due to the policy. IMHO, the biggest problem
is 
> people that reproduce and drag the rug rats to the show and then don't 
> supervise them enough, or even at all! I guess we should slap their
mothers 
> for not teaching 'em right. I'm glad I didn't bring my plane!!! Talk to
you 
> soon-  Doug
> PS- I talked to Mark at Pitts and he wants to speak at you
> ----------
> From: 	iac-l at listproc.eracer.org on behalf of Jim Klick
> Sent: 	Friday, August 08, 1997 4:43 AM
> To: 	Multiple recipients of list
> Subject: 	[IAC-L:633] Oshkosh
> 
> While I am home temporarily I thought I would share my feelings about
> Oshkosh and the new flight line admission policy.
> 
> OK, I admit it, I was wrong. It was not a total debacle. From the vantage
> point of my volunteer position in the Communication Center, and my few
> opportunities to wander the Exhibit Buildings, I noticed what has been
> a slow, incremental increase over the last few years of eating, drinking,
> and yes, even smoking on the flight line. There is no clearly defined
line
> between where you can eat drink and smoke and where you should not, so 
> this is something that should be addressed.
> There was also a slight increase of people that don't know that you
should
> not sit on the wing of an airplane, or stand your kid on it to take his
> picture. But again, this is an ongoing, slowly increasing situation, not 
> the large jump I expected.
> 
> I understand the EAA wanting to encourage more people to attend, and why
> we need to try to gain the interest of a wider audience. Our right to do
> what we do will be dependent on the good will of people who don't fly.
> 
> How we can achieve this goal, show off our toys, have a Convention with
> seminars that appeal to us, put on a major air show and still maintain
> the reputation that Oshkosh is world famous for is beyond me. I leave
> that for those smarter than I, although if I do have any ideas, I will
> feel free to share them with anyone who cares to listen.
> 
> See you at Oshkosh next year. As we say in the Comm Center, "We are going
> to keep doing this until we get it right".
> 
> Jim Klick
> EAA 106287
> IAC 6870
> AOPA 682160
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Sun, 10 Aug 1997 11:07:10 +0200
> From: Joseph <jvd at club.innet.be>
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: Re: Bendix PS5C
> Message-ID: <1.5.4.32.19970810090710.006afeb4 at pophost.club.innet.be>
> 
> At 04:48 8-08-97 -0500, you wrote:
> snip
> >I have become suspiscious of the PS5C on my 180 hp Skybolt.  It
apparently
> >is becomming increasingly rich in low rpm settings 
> >Bill Walker
> snip
> 
> "Hi there,
> " I have a Lycoming AEIO360  200 HP"
> "I was just wondering if you have a fuel measuring instrument , I have a
> shadin miniflow" you can excactely see the fuel flow during idle or any
RPM
> setting..e.g. 1000 RPM.
> I was wondering aren't there excact Lycoming factory reference numbers of
> fuel flow for a perfect adjusted engine  at idle or 1.000 RPM e.g. (sea
> level , standard temp etc) in stead of this procedure pulling lean and
> hoping to see the increase of 100 to 200 RPM......and than maybe being
> several % from optimal conditions
> with todays equipment there should be a better method possible for the
> mechanics or am I wrong here ??
> 
> If not,  are there some Lycom AEIO360  200 HP users to give reference at
> lets say 1.000 RPM ?? ( + conditions and alti )  just to have some
exchange
> information 
> 
> Is there an e mail number at Lycoming factory to ask this sort of
questions ??
> 
> Regards
> Joseph Van Dyck
> IAC 19625
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> End of IAC-L Digest 36
> **********************


                


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