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Old Jan 04, 2007, 08:22 AM
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Okay... Got another quick question... The cowl on the Goldberg Pitts P-12 (Model 12) ARF is so massive that, even using a stock muffler with a bit of an extension, there is absolutely no physical need to cut any holes except one to access the high-speed needle... Since this is only my second round cowl model (Top-Flite F4U is the first) and since I don't see any exit area for air from the cowl on tailskid2's pictures on this thread, I need someone to help me understand how I should set the cowl up in order to get good ventilation... Oh, I plan to use the same dummy engine in this plane that I have in the Corsair with one or two cylinders removed for airflow over the real cylinder...
Oh... One other thing... Has anybody on here tried putting the throttle servo in the engine compartment? Lord knows there is enough room... I'm thinking of holding a dance insife mine!
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