Here you can see we’ve cleaned up the heater installation a bit, and removed the oil lines to the “standard” NACA location. We’re going to set up so we can recirc air through the cabin, to the heating element, and back to the cabin, or dump the heat overboard. I’m actually not sure how effective pump hot air overboard will be, but it seems like a capability that I should maintain. If all works as expected, we’ll remove the NACA later and plug up that hole, maybe even gaining a little speed.

Naca plugged, inside

Naca plugged, outside

Heater reinstalled

Posted By: Brett Ferrell
Sunday February 21st, 2010 at 8:43 PM

Categories: Cabin Heat Engine Plumbing
Tags: Building Cabin Heat Engine Fuselage Oil

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