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Design Process: Landing Gear, Part 4
Last month we looked at how the static stability of the airplane when it...
Continental Pushrod Tube Modification
Ron Darcey -
Owners of a certain type of Continental engine, the cam-at-the-bottom variety, are undoubtedly familiar with the annoying seepage of oil from swaged pushrod tubes and rubber pushrod seals. Now there's a cure, and author Ron Darcey describes the fix.
Engine Theory: Carburetion
Tom Wilson -
Getting air and fuel into the engine.
Norm Ellis -
Norm Ellis does the math and shows you how to select the right oil cooler for your engine-cooling package. Given the critical role oil temperature plays in engine health, its a good idea to go beyond selecting the smallest, lightest and cheapest cooler you can find.