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Cermark F-16 - exhaust - pipe - photos


Old 10-28-2005, 09:52 AM
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Default Cermark F-16 - exhaust - pipe - photos

Hey folks

I receive questions about the F-16 each day, asking about running a full tuned pipe through the fuselage like 'cermarks photo shows'.

Although this has been covered a few times, I thought Id post this photo I took at the Toledo Show to better illustrate this.

You can not route a pipe through the plane like that. There is structure in the fuselage that prevents you from running a long pipe through the inlet and into the fuselage.

In the photo, this installation shows a .90 engine, a header, connected to a mini-pipe type muffler. If you look around the nose wheel location, you can see where the exhaust tube exits the fuselage.

Maybe this might serve well as a sticky?

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Default RE: Cermark F-16 - exhaust - pipe - photos

i need some help.
i dont understand how to connect the engine to the body, its seems like they want me to connect the my jett 90 direct to the wood ?
regulary those mounts need to be connected with anti-vibration mount.

can some body help me? it some one can send to me pictures it will be great/

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