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    O.S 120 AX cooling question

    Hi , I was wondering on using an EDF for forced cooling purposes. The reason behind thisis to avoid large cuttings on the cowl of an scale warbird model, that usually affect the profile. Any advice on this will be appreciated.Thanks!

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    RE: O.S 120 AX cooling question

    We have no advice. Anything that will provide cooling air to your engine is good. Usually, making baffles in the cowling will do the job nicely without having gargantuan holes in the cowling. Adding another motor and fan setup will take up valuable space and add weight, but you can certainly try it. Just make sure the cooling air actually passes THROUGH the fins of the cylinder and cylinder head.
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    RE: O.S 120 AX cooling question

    Thank you for your answer Bill




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