Liquid cooling

Discussion of engine and propeller choices
LarryK
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Liquid cooling

Postby LarryK » Wed Mar 30, 2016 6:37 pm

Since I have a Liquid cooled motor I am installing a fan and heater core in the cabin, just like a car, would there still be a need to have an outside air source/air vent? How sealed up is the plane in flight? Typical/general of course.. are there any good ways to get fresh air into the cabin without cutting into the side of the airplane for scoops or inlets?

skypuppy
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Re: Liquid cooling

Postby skypuppy » Tue Oct 10, 2017 7:38 am

Look at some of the great combos that Vintage-Air offers. You could even have air conditioning, too!


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