My buddy Andy noticed that I didn’t have good pictures of my oil and fuel pressure sensors (he’s at this stage right now), so here they are. Note that the oil pressure sensor outlet is right next to the temperature outlet. I’ve remotely mounted my sensors, and I have a switch as well as the sender, so I get immediate LED warning lamp notice if I loss pressure. My Hobbs is also connected to the oil switch. The fuel pressure is connect to a T on the mechanical fuel pump outlet.

Oil pressure manifold, Pilot side

Oil Pressure routing to engine

Oil Pressure connection to Engine, next to temperature probe and vacuum pad/back-up alternator

Fuel pressure connection to mechanical pump outlet (T fitting)

Posted By: Brett Ferrell
Tuesday June 21st, 2011 at 7:04 PM

Categories: Engine Plumbing
Tags: Building Engine Fuselage Sensors

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