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    42% Krill Lazer / GP176evo

    Next project for Peter Woo!!!

    Construction and finish on this is awesome!

    Getting into it tonight....
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    Re: 42% Krill Lazer / GP176evo

    Got the cowl opened up. Really strange inlets for cylinder cooling. I think we will need temp sensors for this one - Iím a little suspect that these openings are enough for the GP176evo.

    Birch donut standoff depth = 24mm
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    Re: 42% Krill Lazer / GP176evo

    Got the engine positioned in the cowl and standoff Hysolíd to the firewall.

    Will mount the GP176evo tonight!!!
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    Re: 42% Krill Lazer / GP176evo

    GP176evo installed and MTW knuckle headers fabíd up!

    Tonight I will work on canister install!
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    Re: 42% Krill Lazer / GP176evo

    Went with MTW TDK-120 front exhaust cans. These fit perfectly in the fuse and the front exhaust will exit in perfect location.

    12Ē header length.

    http://thunderboltrc.com/index.php?m...oducts_id=1992
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    Re: 42% Krill Lazer / GP176evo

    Trevor maybe what we should do is open a square hole with rounded corners and bend and glue a thin aluminum lip to create some negative pressure to draw air through the engine on the bottom of the cowl

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    Re: 42% Krill Lazer / GP176evo

    Decided to support these TDK-120ís with 2 supports. To make it easier to install the exhaust the front can mount is a split unit!
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    Re: 42% Krill Lazer / GP176evo

    Quote Originally Posted by modelman992005 View Post
    Trevor maybe what we should do is open a square hole with rounded corners and bend and glue a thin aluminum lip to create some negative pressure to draw air through the engine on the bottom of the cowl
    Absolutely Peter... will do! Will get a baseline first without to see what temps we have and then go from there.

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    Re: 42% Krill Lazer / GP176evo

    I like the the install and the pipes coming out in front. Great job!

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    Re: 42% Krill Lazer / GP176evo

    Throttle servo install.

    Picture shows the rough box made up. Then went to town sanding on the drum sander until it fit tight against the inside of the mbox.

    Pictures are a bit deceiving... over 2” of clearance between end of arm and exhaust.

    Endpoints are close to+\-100% so good resolution!

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