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NACA Ducts for a twin...?

Discussion in 'Covering and Painting' started by BikeRacer, Feb 9, 2016.

   
  1. BikeRacer

    BikeRacer 50cc

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    I need some opinions. I have a Dalton 300 standard length that I IMAC with; it is powered by a DA170. I really like the look of NACA ducts and wanted to install them on my plane for this season. I'm currently recovering and changing the scheme, so it's now or never. Am I crazy to put these on a twin? I figure the more cooling the better, but I really want them just because... I already have them on my bench so it's really no extra cost at his point, and I don't mind the work. Whatcha guys think?
     
  2. JBenson

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    NACA ducts are awesome. They will definitely help cool your twin. I don't think you can go wrong.

    JB
     
  3. JBenson

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    PS: Where did you get your NACA ducts?
     
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    TazmanianDevil Xtreme by DeFinition !

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    Phil is a good friend. I got the ducts for my Dalton from him. I will give him a call.

    Thanks for the info @TazmanianDevil. I will check out your thread for sure.

    JB
     
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