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Old 02-12-2005, 06:45 PM
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Default Links i find on the forum and elsewhere

http://www.spdhardware.com/gs13.htm
Locks, seals and other things

to design a naca duct
http://naca.larc.nasa.gov/reports/19...umbnail1#start

NACA (now NASA) report on how to design NACA exhaust augmentation
http://naca.larc.nasa.gov/reports/1945/naca-report-818/

downdraft cooling
http://x-jets.com/downdraft_cooling.html

cool EZ stuff
Keep an eye on www.iflyez.com

rotary GURU and parts supplier
mr crook
http://www.rotaryaviation.com/

flow bench stufffff
http://www.yawpower.com/Flow%20Testing.html

They have lots of info, books, and vids for working fiber glass.
Try Fibre Glast Web Site

mild steel and 304 ubends, etcetra for fabbing an exhaust or a sample exhaust
http://www.magnumforce.com/ubend.asp

sand paper supplier
the best i have found is zircon on cloth backing in rolls, ONLY norton. we bought 10 feet or so of it and still have most of it left after two planes
it is not on there web site but the cloth backing is white and it is GREAT STUFF
http://myshoppersguide.com/webstore...sp?Store_id=109

fly rotary list web page
http://lancaironline.net/lists/flyro...html?Language=

online edition of Aerokurier, a German aviation magazine :
http://www.aerokurier.rotor.com/akIntro/aeHomee.htm

Adouglas ...CSA newsletter. Scales of all sorts, including 440-lb capacity bathroom scales accurate to 0.2 lb and a nifty triple-beam balance for $80 that can weigh up to 2 kilos with 0.1 gram accuracy. Just the thing for calibrating your epoxy pump, or going with the straight balance method.
http://www.balances.com

EAA Chapter 1000 standardized work tables
http://www.eaa1000.av.org/technicl/...bl/worktabl.htm

Everything you ever needed to know about flying but were too afraid to ask
and
http://www.av8n.com/how/

Here's an interesting offering of LED-based wingtip lights. This person is a regular on the flyrotary list... TNT
http://www.killacycle.com/Lights.htm

http://www.mcmaster.com/ all kinds of stuff from countersinks to locks

Heres a cool website on LED's
http://members.misty.com/don/ledx.html

Has a nice page specifically for "The Brightest and Most Efficient LEDs and where to get them!"
http://members.misty.com/don/led.html

And a good article about LED pulsing to make them appear brighter:
http://members.misty.com/don/ledp.html

I just came across this useful weather resource.
http://www.weather.com/multimedia/in...on=mostpopular

COZY mailing list FAQ at:
http://www.cozybuilders.org/mail_list/cozy-faq.html

the rotary list:
>> Homepage: http://www.flyrotary.com/
>> Archive: http://lancaironline.net/lists/flyrotary/List.html

The Econo-Ply J, Econo-Ply E, and Econo Stitch, are all under $2.00 per square yard, try and beat that with your Wal-Mart fabric of unknown quality. if you order on line at
http://www.airtechintl.com

this site has a bunch of links to info on N3r, including the operators manual which has enough info in it to duplicate N3R if you have a set of Long-EZ plans http://www.noaa.inel.gov/Capabilities/longEZ/Safety.asp


Aviation Oxygen
http://www.aerox.com/

constant speed props
http://www.aerocomposites.com/

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Originally Posted by Phil Silvester
Engineering Data
Usefull info like drill sizes for NPT taps.
Data on AN fitting......
Ken Miller - pitch trim and other stuff for Canards
http://www.long-ez.com/
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